Monday, June 11, 2007

The day of Blair's departure draws ever nearer and, in the spirit of celebration, I intend to get rat-arsed.

So, I shall be joining The Nameless One and others, on the 27th of this month, at the St Stephen's Tavern, across from the Houses of Parliament, to raise a glass and toast the fact that he has finally decided to heed my words and fuck the fuck off.

Do join us...

9 comments:

mutleythedog said...

Can't make it tonight - or is at some time in the future??

Devil's Kitchen said...

Sorry, no; it's the 27th. I've edited the post.

DK

Fidothedog said...

A day that will be good and bad, good that Blair has gone and bad that the cyclopedian one has taken over.

Either way an excuse to hoist a glass before the glass gets banned or the dour Scot raises ale taxes again.

Mark Wadsworth said...

Count me in.

vervet said...

I think the most appropriate activities would be a national holiday on 27 June, followed by a day of mourning on the 28th .... by tradition, both events should be marked by a huge intake of alcohol, which is only right .... for celebration and drowning of sorrows.

witchibus said...

I suspect there will be a similar session in Cloisters, to mark the occasion...

Arthurian Legend said...

I'll definitely try to make it...what time do you propose getting there? I don't wish to wassail by myself.

Dr Blue said...

Sadly I can't join you. However I may enjoy a drop or two myself that night....purely for medicinal purposes you'll understand.

Mr. Hughes said...

I would be very happy to come and join the festivites. Perhaps it would be possible to make up a rude song about Blair's departure and give a rousing chorus of it outside Downing Street? Though I'm not sure if you can get near the place nowadays for all the barbed wire, tank barriers and machine gun-wielding police?
Meanwhile I simply *have* to mention this wonderful book I've come across called 'How to be Right', by James Delingpole. He has an excellent entry on Brown, the next Dear Leader, which end with the immortal words: 'Scottish. Looks a bit like a slug with eyebrows'.
Well it made me laugh!