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This may be true

Via The Nameless Libertarian, who highlights the rather beautifully written George Osbourne short sketch, I find that The New Adventures of Juliette has decided that McBride's rumours were pretty fucking dull and that better ones could be spread.

Do read 'em all, but your humble Devil would like to quote his personal favourite...
David Cameron is actually a freshly boiled and buttered new potato with a smug, annoying little face drawn on it with a biro. Designed by the same dark CGI arts that created Piers Morgan.

Hahaha...

Comments

sanjay tuck said…
i thought you'd like to see a toynbee fisk from a former UK ambassador. craig murray is a good egg. check him out.
Juliette is going to love you

I'll send her the link

She is going to be so chuffed
Sorry, DK, but you're wrong. This is better:

"It's Fred Westminster."

:o)

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