Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Twat of the year

Wonko announces the winner of the Twat of the Year competition.
AA Gill is the miserable, snivelling little tosspot who wrote an article in the Times telling us why he hates the English and more recently a book entitled "Hunting the English" in which he describes us as a cancer. He can't slag the English off enough when he's pretending to be Scottish even though he only lived in Scotland for less than a year as a new born baby.

He's a manky little turd who I wouldn't piss on if he was on fire and a thoroughly deserving winner of the Twat of the Year award.

You can find your humble Devil's extensive fisking of that piece here.
What [Gill] has done, though, is to use his supposed Scottishness as an excuse to remain aloof from the people and society that has given him succour and opportunity. It speaks volumes about his attitude; he doesn't want to feel gratitude to any society, so he pretends that he belongs to none.
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The one thing, of course, that comes out of this article, is Gill's solipsism: simultaneously bashing that society in which he was truly raised, whilst pining for the company of those he will not live amongst, allows Gill to reinforce the idea, to himself, that the most important person in the world is, in fact, A A Gill.

It's one of my better pieces, and I can wholeheartedly recommend it because I'm an arrogant git...

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