Friday, 31 October 2008

Losers...

I'd have thought that the 'furore' surrounding the Beebolids saying that their 'younger' audience say that Wossy and Brandypoos should not be kicked out, is fuelled mostly by the fact that most of these kids don't pay the TV tax.

Their parents do.

16 comments:

Trubes said...

Exactimum Scrobbers!
BTW. Just found out that Daisy is in London on 12th Nov.

Di.x

electro-kevin said...

The same kids that put their feet on train seats and leave their litter behind.

I'm slightly bothered about the post 1980 generation.

Philipa said...

Hi Scrobs! Just catching up after hols but I think Wossy should be sacked - £6M is just obscene.

Blue Eyes said...

I just about sneak into EK's good books then! I keep saying that I will get rid of the telly. I only keep it because I don't think any prospective lodger would be impressed with not having one at all.

Trubes said...

Good morning and hello again Scrobbers:
Another Autumnal day here.
Daisy has informed me that she is in London 10th Nov to 13th Nov.
Be good if you could get to see her!

Di.x

Trubes said...

Mean't to say 'lovely autumnal day',
as we already know it's autumn, dhoo!

Scrobs said...

Turubydoos - thanks for this! I'm not sure that I can be in London then - my week seems to change by the hour if you see what I mean!

If I can I will of course! I've just found I can't do Old Holborn's stroll either...

Scrobs said...

Elecs, feet on seats make me cringe as well...

Loud Ipods are getting as bad too!

Scrobs said...

Hi Pips, I'm still going to join your blog -, but is it just my normal login stuff or do I write something different?

And yes, Wossy is payed far too much...

Scrobs said...

Blues, we feel the same, but there are some things we still watch and to be fair to Mrs S, she is at home much more than me.

So we just yell at them all and feel better for it.

The Lakelander said...

I have to say that there is something rather sad about someone who is in their 40s acting like they're still a teenager.

Dr Lakelander and I went to see Frank Skinner when he was on tour earlier this year. The first half hour was fine - very funny and pretty clean. Then he launched into a series of stories revolving around his sex life and...well, we didn't bother to go back after the interval.

I used to quite like Jonathan Ross but these days, when I see him on TV, I see a rather pathetic creature who thinks he's still a lad, but who is really just a dirty old man.

Philipa said...

Scrobs I have to invite you so please drop me a line and I'll send the invite at the speed of light. If I sent it by post it would be touch and go!

Feet on seats annoy me too.

Trubes - more like winter last week; it was snowing in London on tuesday.

lilith said...

I have yet to find anyone who will admit to finding either of them funny, Scrobbers. Oh, an American woman said she thought Ross was quick witted..Brand is like something the cat sicked up and Ross is a self absorbed wierdo who believes the hype.

Oliver Gosling said...

A prestigious fat man from Kings
Cared not for whores and such things
His height of desire
Was a young boy in the choir
With a bum like jelly on springs.

Now that's funny!

mutleythedog said...

Good point. I wonder if we should have such a tv poll tax at all meself...

lilith said...

Scrobs? You ok? You haven't locked yourself out or anything?