Torygraph is turning into the NOTW

#2
The word ‘outreach’ means different things to different people and organisations3. For English Heritage, ‘outreach’ will be broadly defined as work which actively engages with new audiences in participating in, learning from, enjoying and valuing the historic environment.
From the English Heritage document Outreach Strategy for English Heritage.The dog-bumming trannie community no doubt appreciates the effort.
 
#7
The Torygraph went that way about 15 years ago - that's when I switched to the Thunderer.

I like smut and porn, but not when it's done in the semi-straight Telegraph manner. The News of the Screws is at least honest about what it is.
 
#9
Just wait until the A-level results in a few weeks' time; no prizes for guessing what their front page picture will be.
Jemima Fruitmella-Smythe, Sophia Fruittington-Totty and Katy d'Fruity-Hatstand tossing their lovely blonde locks and laughing as they celebrate the fact they've got good enough grades for Ciro? I love that day.
 
#10
Jemima Fruitmella-Smythe, Sophia Fruittington-Totty and Katy d'Fruity-Hatstand tossing their lovely blonde locks and laughing as they celebrate the fact they've got good enough grades for Ciro? I love that day.
10 years ago maybe. It's now more likely to be a picture of Sharon Smith from Eastgate Comp who has just got into Keys[sic].
 
#11
Well.... it was on Pendenis Castle, Falmouth, South Cornwall..... there a lot of funny folks down that part of Cornwall, a lot of incommers... Hippies, Chavs and other doley scroungers from upcountry, who have settled in Cornwall...

Part of my family comes from North Cornwall... lots of incomers... so no webtoed cousins .... that I know of... or anyone of the male gender who wears a dress.... or takes advantage of defenceless pooches.....

Some say its the results of generations of working in the Tin Mines.... some of the ground around old tin workings is contaminated.......
 
#13
'Torygraph' it aint! It has slouched to the left and is barely worth reading now. Back to the 'Thunderer' for me, now that Murdoch has seen the rror of his political ways.

As for shagging dogs, there are many 'Arrsers' who have won medals for it.
 
#15
The Telegraph has been morphing for a while. If it gets so much wrong in areas of my personal experience / knowledge it is probably writing shoite about subjects outwith my ken. So big Tonka trucks of salt. Grammatical horrors, tautologies and ooe'er missus stuff unworthy of the Sport....it's enough to make a chap long for Sky News.

Or maybe not.
 
#16
But without the Torygraph we would not have had the HOC snouts in expenses/thieving/corruption etc expose ............... and I like the cryptic crossword so will stick with it.
 

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#19
I've got to say I love this though - 'A spokesman for English Heritage said: "This was a very rare incident".'

really???? do tell.
 
#20
I've got to say I love this though - 'A spokesman for English Heritage said: "This was a very rare incident".'

really???? do tell.
Not a reply to the above, exactly, just an addition to the sig.

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