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Quote of the Day...

... comes from The Nameless Libertarian, on the topic of Gordon's alleged imminent appearance on South Park.
Not quite sure why the makers of South Park feel the need to throw Gordo into the mix though; after all they already have a fat misanthrope on their cast in the form of Eric Cartman. Although, in fairness, Cartman is more eloquent, intelligent, emotionally mature and stable that Brown...

Oh, and Cartman's considerably funnier too. There's fuck all funny about that stupid, one-eyed, Scottish cunt...

Comments

Obviously Brown's image people think he needs to ape Blair's appearance on the Simpsons.
jaydeeaitch said…
I wanted him to play Kenny.
Mustapha Lheak said…
I thought the one-eyed-jock cunt was supposed to be getting on with the job of ruining our lives, not fucking about as a cartoon character. He really is a fucktard.
Why does he keep bleating about how he is a "serious politician, for a serious time"? He needs piano wire and a lamp post.
DF said…
it aired last week. Watch it here: http://www.southparkstudios.com/episodes/220763/
Hookers And Gin said…
If only Gordon had the courtesy to say: "Screw you guys, I'm going home". And fucking stay there.
Anonymous said…
RESPECTMAHAUTHORITAH
Anonymous said…
Well I hope youre happy, you blokes have managed to lure me into making my first ever real attempt at swearblogging. I picked one of the Guardians resident fuckwits for target practice.

Hope you like it.
http://tizona.wordpress.com/2009/04/20/death-taxes-are-morally-wrong-warning-swearblogging/

An extract. "Well the best part of you trickled down your mothers leg after the fleet left town."

And I was such a nice polite gentleman until I read this blog...

Cheers, thefrollickingmole.
Sam Tarran said…
Indeed he did appear. And was given an English accent, criminally.

Funnily enough, I can't remember Cartman being in the episode at all. Maybe two sociopaths is too much for one show.

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