The despair Of The British nation.

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Back In The Bunker.

A Heated Day!



it really had been a cauldron today. His brief flirtation with PMQs was well and truly stuffed. He stormed from the chamber inwardly cringing at how he had used Wee Dougie to hide his fear of that Toff creature. He raced clumsily to the Limo and was swept regally but irreverently across the square. The staffers had watched the midday half hour wind on and were afraid, very afraid. He burst into the building and immediately espied a pretty and slight young security guard at her portal desk. With one rapid bound he grasped her by the tunic collar, heaved her from her booth and threw her with the force only the possessed can, across the hallway. Feeling a little better, he bellowed for his Butler. This amazing man appeared immediately. A bundle of terry towelling cloths were under his arm and the huge bunker door key in his hand. He raced after his master, down a long corridor and then down an endless staircase into the bowels of the building which were now his master's lair.
The now heavily breathing, clumsy, crimson but immaculately suited figure, was propped against a wall. The Butler, with trembling hand, operated the key. He was pushed forward with a violent blow from behind. As he staggered into the bunker the door slammed behind him. The room was lit only by a dim emergency, eerie glow. The apparition was already virtually undressed. "Sod, Dobbin", said the deranged and unrecognisable, naked man. "You will have to do, I've no time for saddling up, bend over", he ordered. A few short seconds later there was a banshee, blood curdling scream. It was followed by a less audible cry of agony and pain. The latter from a citizen of The United Kingdom.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

There's a ring of truth in there!

subrosa said...

He was certainly desperate to get out of the Chamber today. Mind you, so were all the labour benches. ;)

Barking Spider said...

I do enjoy these chapters of "bunker" stories, OR.

Brown got a damned good kicking today, and about time, too - the opinion polls seem to have given Cameron the spur he needed to come out of his corner fighting!

As SR says, they couldn't get out of those Labour benches fast enough today, there may even have been a cloud of dust!

That's more like it.

G.O.T. said...

Ouch!
Great post OR but are you sure that it isn't actually true ;-)

Oldrightie said...

Such kind comments. Thank you. Of course they are very close, BS.

THE EUROPEAN said...

READ AND WEEP HA HA HA


Tory officials dismissed fears in Brussels that Mr Cameron would head the most Eurosceptic British government since Margaret Thatcher's. They pointed to his decision to abandon plans for a referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon – a move which angered Eurosceptic MPs. "We will be constructive Europeans," one Tory frontbencher said.


They pointed to his decision to abandon plans for a referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon



They pointed to

his decision to

abandon plans for

a referendum on

the Treaty of Lisbon


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-allies-to-show-solidarity-with-brown-before-election-1889012.html

Anonymous said...

Best get your soldiers morale sapping anti-the Army posts ready.
like a latter-day Lord Haw Haw with his bunch of cowardly appeasers.



Military Officials Say Afghan Fight Is Coming

KABUL, Afghanistan — NATO and the Afghan military are about to launch their biggest joint offensive of the war,



http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/04/world/asia/04taliban.html?ref=politics

Oldrightie said...

"Best get your soldiers morale sapping anti-the Army posts ready.
like a latter-day Lord Haw Haw with his bunch of cowardly appeasers."

Labour squander lives as profligately as money. You should be chatting to the Russians my deluded little leftie twat!

fifth column said...

Your twattymouse is probably too young to remember Vietnam, OR.