Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Ding Dong

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Champagne moment TB, champagne moment - see you in the gutter tomorrow morning. I'll be the one with the perma-smile.

Anonymous said...

How will we tell you from the millions of others with perma-smiles, Stepney?

From a very, very happy Tory, down here in the Middle East, risking all with a bottle of controlled substance (Veuve Cliq....)


Has anyone else ever resigned twice in as many days?

Anonymous said...

Thank God for that!!

Right up there with Wolves getting back and then staying in the Premiership!

Let's all have a disco, let's all have a disco, la la la la - hey! - la la la la - hey! Let's all have a disco, let's all have a disco, la la la la - hey! - la la la la - hey! Let's all have a disco, let's all have a disco, la la la la - hey! - la la la la - hey!


I wanted to see the Queen drive a stake through his heart, just to make sure. The way he keeps getting up again when you think he's dead is like some B-movie villain. I'll be waking up in cold sweats for weeks, thinking he's going to come back in some horrible sequel.


the witch is dead?


That smile could curdle milk.

If I never see it again I'll be happy.

Gareth said...

Is that a 'witch is dead' ding dong, or a more affectionate Leslie Philips ding dong?

Admit it, it's the latter.

Fed Up with Your Rubbish said...

Has anyone been greeted going into 10 Downing St with "Tory Scum" chants ever before? I'm curious!

Lucy in the Sky

It’ll be interesting to see who replaces Brown. It is likely that the new leader will be from the next generation, which will mean an almost total generational shift in leadership in Britain, with baby Boomers out and Generation Jones (the formerly “lost” generation between the Boomers and Xers) taking over in Parliament and party leadership (Cameron and Clegg also come from this generation). This has also been happening abroad and has promoted a lot of media interest, particularly in the U.S. Here’s an interesting piece from last week’s Independent about the significance this transition to Generation Jones:
Also, I thought this was a pretty decent overview about GenJones in the UK:
Finally for some light, post-election relief see this clip about Generation Jones on Jonathan Ross:

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