Mrs Speaker should stop speaking......

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Queensman, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. I know this is not the NAAFI, but has anyone here had Sally?
     
  2. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    Nope and never in my life have i been drunk enough that i would.
     
  3. Liar.
     
  4. she's surely planting herself to destroy the local labour party - it's absurd!
     
  5. Is it me, or is she just Anthea Turner on steroids? I'd do her, but what she sees in a multi-millionaire dwarf is anyone's guess. I did feel compelled, however, to knock one out across her picture in the Mail the other day. Ye cannae whack a bit of upskirt action: stockings = dirty cow.

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  6. Did she get that chin off the Wicked Witch of the West?
     
  7. I'd make her back door rattle!!!
     
  8. blue-sophist

    blue-sophist LE Good Egg (charities)

    1. Dish-pan hands - can't Mr Speaker claim for a dishwasher?

    2. Too much leg for her 'status' and age.

    3. Of course I would.
     
  9. 1. I'm sure he has a char lady for such things

    2. Not bad legs at all, probably the only worthwhile thing to be seen in that household

    3. Only with a sharpened shovel. She votes Labour and therefor is deserving of a good slap with a large hammer.
     
  10. blue-sophist

    blue-sophist LE Good Egg (charities)

    1. Possibly a cheap illegal immigrant.
    2. Don't get him started on re-furnishing with Chippendale.
    3. I still would :wink:
     
  11. Sounds like she's trying to get some credibility with the people, it's all a croc of shite!
    of course I would, the mucky bitch :D
     
  12. She needs to shut her mouth - we are well past the "too much information" stage. However, she deserves our pity for having to share her bed with that patronising, smug little schmuck of a so-called Speaker. God, he is annoying.

    Oh yes, I would too.
     
  13. I think the fact that they can exist as a couple shows just how seriously they take politics. I couldn't be in the same room as a Labour supporter for any length of time because it would end in violence.

    It reminds of the smug grins being passed around as the pre-budget report was released the other day. It's as though the whole thing is a game and millions of lives aren't affected by every decision they make.