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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from TheBlueCat in New labour leader   
    That sounds suspiciously like a statement of universal truth to me.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The Idiocrat in New labour leader   
    That sounds suspiciously like a statement of universal truth to me.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Panther in New labour leader   
    That sounds suspiciously like a statement of universal truth to me.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in New labour leader   
    That sounds suspiciously like a statement of universal truth to me.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The Grey Man in Qanon: high level intel, AI or LARP?!   
    And Burns Night...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    Perhaps @One percent is thinking of Daleks.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from stokiescum in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    I'm sure @One percent will send us some photos of her ... um ...playing the violin to prove that it's all completely above board....
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Chewing Grass in New labour leader   
    Richard Burgon and David Lammy already declaring their intentions to stand. Somehow I see the twisted logic behind this. Flood the ballot paper with more fruit loops than a bowl of cereal; and you'll spit the Tory entryist vote as they won't be able to make their minds up as to which Labour leader will provide the most comedy value for the next five years. Meanwhile, quietly in the background, Keir Starmer will take back control of the party for the Blairites.
    As plans go, it's so amazingly subtle; it must be the work of a hidden evil genius.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Shaneyson in New labour leader   
    I must admit, it would be a dark day for political satire if David Lammy became Labour leader. He would be perpetually offended, looking for hidden racism in every interaction with the government front bench.
    PMQs would be beyond parody though. Particularly if he continues the practice of writing letters to himself in order to read them out at the despatch box. "I received a letter today from Adolf in Walsall, asking me if I like bananas..."
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in Welcome!   
    Desert grammar nazis would be khaki I suppose. Whereas dessert ones would be a shade of chocolate...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Thombleached in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Is that what they call bumsex now? Must drop that into the conversation next time I'm on mumsnet....
    <<<hugz>>>
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from lid in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Is that what they call bumsex now? Must drop that into the conversation next time I'm on mumsnet....
    <<<hugz>>>
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Melchett in Moving stuff into flats   
    I believe the best answer to the question is encapsulated perfectly by a Mr Bernard Cribbins through the medium of song...
     
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in New labour leader   
    I must admit, it would be a dark day for political satire if David Lammy became Labour leader. He would be perpetually offended, looking for hidden racism in every interaction with the government front bench.
    PMQs would be beyond parody though. Particularly if he continues the practice of writing letters to himself in order to read them out at the despatch box. "I received a letter today from Adolf in Walsall, asking me if I like bananas..."
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from lid in New labour leader   
    I must admit, it would be a dark day for political satire if David Lammy became Labour leader. He would be perpetually offended, looking for hidden racism in every interaction with the government front bench.
    PMQs would be beyond parody though. Particularly if he continues the practice of writing letters to himself in order to read them out at the despatch box. "I received a letter today from Adolf in Walsall, asking me if I like bananas..."
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from gibbon in New labour leader   
    I must admit, it would be a dark day for political satire if David Lammy became Labour leader. He would be perpetually offended, looking for hidden racism in every interaction with the government front bench.
    PMQs would be beyond parody though. Particularly if he continues the practice of writing letters to himself in order to read them out at the despatch box. "I received a letter today from Adolf in Walsall, asking me if I like bananas..."
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Simon in Moving stuff into flats   
    I believe the best answer to the question is encapsulated perfectly by a Mr Bernard Cribbins through the medium of song...
     
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Melchett in New labour leader   
    Richard Burgon and David Lammy already declaring their intentions to stand. Somehow I see the twisted logic behind this. Flood the ballot paper with more fruit loops than a bowl of cereal; and you'll spit the Tory entryist vote as they won't be able to make their minds up as to which Labour leader will provide the most comedy value for the next five years. Meanwhile, quietly in the background, Keir Starmer will take back control of the party for the Blairites.
    As plans go, it's so amazingly subtle; it must be the work of a hidden evil genius.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from sarahbell in New labour leader   
    I must admit, it would be a dark day for political satire if David Lammy became Labour leader. He would be perpetually offended, looking for hidden racism in every interaction with the government front bench.
    PMQs would be beyond parody though. Particularly if he continues the practice of writing letters to himself in order to read them out at the despatch box. "I received a letter today from Adolf in Walsall, asking me if I like bananas..."
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Loki in Filthy commie scum who live in a fantasy world and cannot accept defeat trying to overturn the election result   
    Not wanting to stick my nose where it doesn't belong, but that name's a bit of a bummer; if you ask me.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Loki in Filthy commie scum who live in a fantasy world and cannot accept defeat trying to overturn the election result   
    If he's looking for a career change, I've just finished reading a fascinating book. It's all about the challenges faced when trying to establish a robust standard for communications between computers when setting up a network for an Old Folks' Home in Jerusalem.  
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    My first thought was to reflect on the sex toy mistaken for a rare fungus by a Chinese reporter back in 2012; but that led me to an even more bizarre one on the So-Called BBC's website:
    A blow-up doll is washed ashore and mistaken for an angel...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The XYY Man in Welcome!   
    Nonsense! Bambi is a classic. Loved by all the family in the TrollBot household!
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    unregistered_guest reacted to karelian in The 2ND GREAT BIG General Election thread   
    Remainers, Hillary Clinton, Jeremy Corbyn, your boys took a hell of a beating.
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