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No 10: in my fridge

I note, from Dizzy Thinks, that there is a load of merchandise on sale from Number 10. These include fridge magnets, possibly of the Number 10 logo.

I want a Number 10 fridge magnet: I could pretend that my fridge door is actually the entrance to Number 10 Downing Street.

This would bring me comfort because, given the state of my fridge, I can honestly say that I believe that there are more intelligent, competent and less repulsive things growing in my fridge than there are behind the door of the real Number 10.


Jock Coats said…
Yeah, but there's no chance that Dettol Surface Cleaner will wipe out the slime mould growing behind the real No 10 door either!
The Englishman said…
Oh No - How could you resist, after a sherbert or two, coming home and opening the door of No 10 and pissing into it, shouting "take that Gordon"; which in the cold light of day as you consider your dripping lunch box and strangely soggy pork pie might seem not to have been such a good idea.
Roger Thornhill said…
Is the F&CO fridge magnet in the shape of an owl, I wonder...
Anonymous said…

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