How thoughtful!

#1
How about this for a personalised gift?

BBC presenter Adrian Chiles is reportedly among a number of the corporation's stars to have been sent soiled toilet paper in the post.
Clicky linky...

MDN and Cuts are the prime suspects, but for the rest of you, who would you most like to send this most personal of gifts? It's a very special treat, after all, it comes from the very depths of your being...
 
#2
Some might be tempted to do the same with Tony Blair, but personally i wouldn't give the steam off mine, on the other had he's been giving his sh1t for 10 years so it's a fair swap i suppose.
 
#6
Don't be getting any ideas. It's a criminal offence to send sh1t through the post. I found this out when my missus was in hospital.

I bought a wallpaper scraper to clean the toilet in the ward. It was encrusted with dried diarrhea. I had hoped to scrape off a generous sample and post it to the hospital's chief exec.

Fortunately, a solicitor friend advised me of the likely consequences (prosecution, fine, criminal record, loss of security clearance etc, etc).
 
#7
DozyBint said:
How about this for a personalised gift?

BBC presenter Adrian Chiles is reportedly among a number of the corporation's stars to have been sent soiled toilet paper in the post.
Clicky linky...

MDN and Cuts are the prime suspects, but for the rest of you, who would you most like to send this most personal of gifts? It's a very special treat, after all, it comes from the very depths of your being...
I think i've just found the perfect mothers day gift... Ahhh that'll take her back.
 

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