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During the last lockdown I started seeing Laura K as more and more attractive as the weeks went by.
I’m now in tier 3, it’s only a matter of time before her dulcet tones turn to sultry :)
In the past i have had a thing for rough Scottish blondes.
And yes until they would have had to pull me off of her.
 
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I think the relaxation over Christmas is foolish. There are probably a couple of hundred people alive today, who will be dead in February because of it.

Not only that. A few days off at Christmas means another lockdown come mid January/early February. Stupid decision. One of many, many, many unfortunately.
 
The BBC turned it into a mixture of a political version of the Jeremy Kyle Show and a Communist show trial .
Good riddance .

The whole show is a leftist echo chamber. It only manages to have some (superficial) semblance of impartiality because they haven't broadcast it from Islington and got the 'panellists' sat round a dinner table.
 
It might, but it will have to compete with the tier system, financial support for those in tier 3, and the fact the Tier info website crashed.

And don't forget the "I work for the NHS" person complaining that their pay rise won't be enough, and doing the traditional Boris grrr
 
I’m surprised to discover this thread still has a pulse. QT was seriously hitting the buffers well before lockdown and social distancing was imposed and the current shambles of a so-called debating chamber is a biased, lop sided travesty of what it used to be. It’s now a predictable, left wing echo chamber and needs to be put out of our misery!
 
You can spot the public who have their speeches prepared (and approved?) propped up next to their camera.

Constant shifting between camera and adjacent script.
 
Not only that. A few days off at Christmas means another lockdown come mid January/early February. Stupid decision. One of many, many, many unfortunately.
As has already been pointed out, it's a pragmatic move as a huge proportion of the country would simply ignore any restrictions over Xmas which would lead to massive problems for the police. Wee Nippy's statement of not having a relaxation for Hogmanay will prove the case.
 
As has already been pointed out, it's a pragmatic move as a huge proportion of the country would simply ignore any restrictions over Xmas which would lead to massive problems for the police. Wee Nippy's statement of not having a relaxation for Hogmanay will prove the case.
Regardless of motive, it will almost certainly mean another lockdown. Only this time the blame can be pinned on Joe Public.
 
Regardless of motive, it will almost certainly mean another lockdown. Only this time the blame can be pinned on Joe Public.
You can blame Joe public now. A small proportion have been unlucky. A proportion reckless, the rest of us sensible and towing the line.
 

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This has just appeared in my YouTube feed. A clip from 2007 featuring both Hitchins brothers and a future Prime Minister.

 
3rd December 20 - Fiona Bruce presents an hour of topical debate with an audience from Bath.

Michelle Donelan MP, minister for universities​
Sarah Jones MP, shadow police and fire services minister​
Peter Openshaw, prof experimental medicine at Imperial, immunologist, specialist in respiratory diseases​
Liam Halligan, economist, journalist and author of books on the housing crisis and on Brexit​
Tom Kerridge, chef, restaurant owner, author and television presenter​
Not from Wales, but far from a sparkling line-up
 

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3rd December 20 - Fiona Bruce presents an hour of topical debate with an audience from Bath.

Michelle Donelan MP, minister for universities​
Sarah Jones MP, shadow police and fire services minister​
Peter Openshaw, prof experimental medicine at Imperial, immunologist, specialist in respiratory diseases​
Liam Halligan, economist, journalist and author of books on the housing crisis and on Brexit​
Tom Kerridge, chef, restaurant owner, author and television presenter​
Not from Wales, but far from a sparkling line-up

Tom Kerridge?

Twatburger of the highest order. An overbearing, customer-loathing, boor.

Loved by the BBC.

I can see why...
 

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