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Suck it up and fuckoff plebs. Do as we say, not as we do


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2 hours ago, One percent said:

Thought the brass neck of this and the duplicitous nature of it, deserved a thread of its own 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-59056316
 

Face coverings have been made mandatory for everyone working in the House of Commons except MPs.

In updated guidance, the Commons authorities said all staff, visitors, contractors and press must cover their faces to combat the spread of Covid.

But it remains up to individual MPs to decide whether to follow suit - and many Conservatives have chosen not to.

 


xD

I'm completely fed up with the covid nonsense now. It's draggin on longer than flared trousers, and combovers.

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5 hours ago, MrPin said:

I'm completely fed up with the covid nonsense now. It's draggin on longer than flared trousers, and combovers.

Shit! You mean the government have made combovers compulsory now?

Does that mean they'll be arresting anyone sporting a manbun in public?

Asking for a friend, obvs.

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2 hours ago, unregistered_guest said:

Shit! You mean the government have made combovers compulsory now?

Does that mean they'll be arresting anyone sporting a manbun in public?

Asking for a friend, obvs.

God I hope so. Man buns and ponytails ought to be illegal 

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I liked the quote from that Victorian bogey man or child catcher Rees-mong.  Good to see it in the BBC at least

But Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg last week said Conservatives did not need to do so because they knew each other well, and this meant they were complying with government guidance.

And he claimed Labour MPs only wore masks when the television cameras were around.

 

 

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A plan slowly begins to dawn in my mind...

That great organ of truth, the BBC website, helpfully informs me that it's perfectly fine to impersonate an MP. Particularly if you claim you're doing so in the public interest. So, now, everyone can go out maskless if they want to. Just tell anyone who whines, "It's OK, I'm an MP!" And if plod tries to intervene, you tell him you're an investigative journalist working on a big story. What could possibly go wrong?

Obviously, if you do it just to shag outrageously beautiful women, then, yes, they'll hang you for it.

It's also worth pointing out that if you're actually a LibDem MP, then Facebook are likely to ban you for impersonating a politician.

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14 hours ago, One percent said:

God I hope so. Man buns and ponytails ought to be illegal 

I don't know, in a way it's a massive time saver

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16 minutes ago, NewryH said:

Tory front bench wearing masks for the budget speech.

Just looks shit 

You mean they just look like they are playing us, especially given that they ruled that all those who worked in Parliament has to wear masks. Well apart from MPs of course 

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Just as the budget speech started, the office phone rang.

"FFS" said Mrs Flight, "Don't they know the budget is on?"

I really hope they did know. The call was from a client that is a sitting MP.

Very, very odd.

 

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13 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

Just as the budget speech started, the office phone rang.

"FFS" said Mrs Flight, "Don't they know the budget is on?"

I really hope they did know. The call was from a client that is a sitting MP.

Very, very odd.

 

Maybe he was self isolating coz coof. :)

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9 minutes ago, One percent said:

Maybe he was self isolating coz coof. :)

No. Not that one.

And not another one as I could see him sitting proudly on the front bench.

I do have some very interesting clients.

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15 hours ago, One percent said:

God I hope so. Man buns and ponytails ought to be illegal 

I used to sport platted side hair worthy of Ridley Scott’s film the duellists and a tache to match .mind I was fucking nuts 

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Just now, King Penda said:

I used to sport platted side hair worthy of Ridley Scott’s film the duellists and a tache to match .mind I was fucking nuts 

You ok now though hun. <<<<<<hugz>>>>>

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Just now, One percent said:

You ok now though hun. <<<<<<hugz>>>>>

Old age and geting fat has calmed me down on the physical side but I’m still a dab hand with superglue and paintstipper .

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1 minute ago, King Penda said:

Old age and geting fat has calmed me down on the physical side but I’m still a dab hand with superglue and paintstipper .

Otherwise known as 8 Ace

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9 minutes ago, maynardgravy said:

Otherwise known as 8 Ace

I’ve only had 6 so far you cheeky fucker 

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12 minutes ago, King Penda said:

Old age and geting fat has calmed me down on the physical side but I’m still a dab hand with superglue and paintstipper .

Dare I ask?  o.O

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1 minute ago, One percent said:

Dare I ask?  o.O

Only if you want to get your own back on someone and not get caught or make any noise 

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17 minutes ago, King Penda said:

Old age and geting fat has calmed me down on the physical side but I’m still a dab hand with superglue and paintstipper .

Are you one of those Insulate Rebellion stats?

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17 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

Are you one of those Insulate Rebellion stats?

No I’d waste petrol burning them alive whilst on the subject I don’t like guy faulks effigies a real English bonfire should have the pope on it .but what’s interesting is that some of my ancestors were allegedly total hold out catholics against the king the government etc when you sit down and think about it tenacious fuckers .I’ve no time for religion but apparently the staffordshire moorlands has a reputation for this a recent one was Methodism 

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The Masked Tulip

In the books, but not in the films, in 'The Hunger Games' the elite in the capital are served by people from the outer areas who must wear masks at all times. Even the film-makers thought it too dystopian to include such a thing.

Do you think that this has never crossed the minds of just one of the 'elite' behind this real-life mask enslavement?

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