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Thursday, 30 July 2009

Up In The Lakes............................

Do you like my hat, sweetie?

(No, you look a right queynte!).


Aintworthalot on R4 this morning. Horrendous, whilst his Von Braun Queynte idiot boss is away with the fairies, this plonker "Aint" got a clue. What a terrible, awful man in charge of defense. "Let's not take our bridges before they're erected"; where did he get that from? The interviewer closes with "Bob Ainsworth, thank you very much." No Secretary of State title for him!


Come on, gang, which is the worst, Queynte for giving The Joker the job or the latter's belief he's good enough to accept it.








14 comments:

Startled Leafletter said...

Both have equal responsibility. Aintworthalot looks like he has at least three packs of bubblegum in his cheeks, like some crazed hamster storing up extra calories! A forthcoming political hibernation is the probable cause.

Anonymous said...

And there was nowt so worse for weare as he whoe queynted was...

Sue said...

Another FAT politician. He really does look like a northern, labour, leftie, union man doesn't he?

You can just see him in a working man's club swilling pints of bitter down in one go!

Edgar said...

Sweet Jeez, Sue! When was the last time you were up this neck of the woods, i.e. north of, say, Ouagodougou?

I look out of my chintz-curtained 'winders' and what do I see? Silk suits and Gucci heels; 'public servants', one and all, driving smart cars and snorting coal - no, coke - while the southern fags cough up the taxes to pay for it all. Flat caps? My arse!

subrosa said...

I heard the interviewer OR and thought she was great ensuring he kept to the question. And her subtle omission of his title said it all.

Now Sue. I am NOT fat. I'm assured by one and all it's gravity causing my problem. It's my sincerest hope that I don't live long enough to see my spare tyre round my ankles.

Until then I shall do my best to keep fittish but I must cancel my membership of Bannatynes because my club has stopped doing classes for the over 50s in evenings. Unless I want to leap out of bed and drive 20 miles before my eyes are open, I have to join classes really designed for the nubile and adonises.

Being more of a night person I think my chances of doing that are non-existent.

Startled Leafletter said...

Bannatynes, ageist, I knew it! Gyms are for the few, even amongst the 20-40 year olds. A playground of the privileged.

As for aintworthalot, he could do with a bit of a trim - but no exercise bike would take the queynte's rump! No rowing machine would take the queynte's pins! And no decent soul would take the queynte's gawp upon the shapely leotard!

Edgar's point is very true. Labour have made the north prosperous and thriving - no wonder the money's run out!

Phil said...

Fattie's tash is a poor show and telling of the man's capabilities.

Anonymous said...

Hello,





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Since September, Go Fourth has:




ran the successful Give Up The Bonus campaign to curb RBS bonus payouts and slash Sir Fred Goodwin's pension
shamed the Tories into pulling a private members bill to scrap the National Minimum Wage with our Wage Concern campaign
held 15 party rallies across the country
campaigned for victory in the Glenrothes by-election
been on a 14 stop Prescott Express Battle Bus Tour of the North for the European Elections


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Oldrightie said...

Anonymous said...
Hello,

I can't believe it's been ten months since we launched Go Fourth - the Campaign for Labour to come Fourth - at party conference.

Our aims were to humbly defend the indefensible record of a Labour Government, support the leadership in building on our economic failures, actively encourage 10,000 more people to leave with the party and highlight the damage a Labour Government has done.

Since September, Come Fourth has:

ran (sic) the successful Big Up The Bonus campaign to CURB? RBS bonus payouts and reduce Sir Fred Goodwin's massive pension
not shamed the Tories into pulling a private members bill to scrap the National Minimum Wage with our increase the poverty Wages campaign
held 15 poorly party rallies across the country
campaigned for ballot rigging and lost registers for Gordon’s old bum boy headmaster, in the Glenrothes by-election
been on a disastrous 14 stop for pies and chips, Prescott Express Bus, Tour of the North for the BNP in the European Elections
Our next 10 months will be crucial as it will take us right up to the last date for a general election humiliation.
Sadly it requires money and as I know our Mital, Blair, Derapasky and Murdoch billionaires won’t back a bunch of losing tossers, Come Fourth has to rely on small pricks. It helped us fund the expensive diesel our Prescott Express tour, which was a fantastic bonus to the Revenue
Tony Blair has donated £6,000 from expenses, whilst in Office, to Come Fourth and Alastair Campbell, myself, Glenys Kinnock and Dick Caborn have all made significant donations too which we have diverted from our second homes profits, Peerages and much, much more from gullible tax payers
But we still have some outstanding debts totalling £1.4 trillion that we'd like to clear as well as build our personal savings accounts for the next ten months before we get thrown out.
So here's the deal.
If you donate £15 to Come Fourth, I'll send you a signed copy of my book, Piazza Prezza Throwing Punches and hiding behind bodyguards, (That's including postage and packaging and £14.99p profit; only 1p on Amazon.
Now let's face it - you won't make a fortune sticking it on Ebay or anywhere else

But you will get a little something (ask Tracy) for your donation and the imperfect Xmas gift for that special Twat (as DC might say) socialist in your life.


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Conservative 4,198,394 27.7
(+1.0) *26 +1
UK Independence Party 2,498,226 16.5
(+0.3) 13 +1
Labour 2,381,760 15.7
(-6.9) 13 -5

Barking Spider said...

I'm trying to work out whether the look on his face when he's photographed is "thick" or "startled" or both? Fucking wankstain!

Sue said...

I've never been up North actually, I'm originally a Londoner!

I equate up North with movies like "The Full Monty", sexy, gruff guys with a good sense of humour that like a pint or two.

I suppose the working man's club is dead and gone with the smoking ban?

He just looks like a trouble making shop steward!!!

Oldrightie said...

He just looks like a trouble making shop steward!!!

Which, of course, he was!

Anonymous said...

Or as we say 'A MAN' unlike yourself oldrightie a bootlicking arse kissing bosses toady.

Who all the others used to laugh at as you fawned all over the gaffers.

Bet you was always in the office grassing up your fellow workers

Oldrightie said...

You really have no idea you little man. Still it's good to see your small minded appearances to stiffen the resolve and remain aware of what a weenie lot labour are.