Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Brown's gravy train in characteristic pose...



Tomorrow, I'm out with Mrs S bright and early, with JRT leaping around like a Dervish.

Our walk takes us right past the Polling Station, so while I take the dog, Mrs S will go in and nail that bloody bastard's coffin just once. Then we'll change places, and I'll do the same.

JRT doesn't have a vote, but she's a clever dog, and will skip and jump in anticipation all the way home. We'll probably chuck a few Coachies in her direction as well, just because tomorrow is the day we've waited for - the day all those corrupt, cheating, arrogant, Nulab sods get their come-uppance.

Then I'm off to London to meet a crowd of the sort of people who have suffered so much under the dreadful administration we've endured for all these years.

I will celebrate in advance, and when I return, the evening will be as long as it takes to see off the charlatans who have taken nearly ten years out of my career and my life.

And the icing on the cake will be seeing Ed Balls' face drop, but we'll have to wait and see how the astonishing number of undecideds deal with that.

11 comments:

lilith said...

Bless you Scrobs. Stick it to them!

rvi said...

Since you told me you like analogies, this is clearly your version of the Flying Scotsman McDroon.

I once saw a postcard with this pic on. The words underneath the pic were "Oh shit".

Philipa said...

I did seriously consider voting Labour, Scrobs. But your passionate antipathy towards the party coupled with my high regard for you has persuaded me otherwise. Reading Idle also caused consideration and I thought of not voting at all then decided that would achieve nothing. So I will vote and I will not vote Labour and will follow your lead in voting otherwise.

Scrobs... said...

Hi Lils, saw your result, and thought of England!

Scrobs... said...

Reevers!

You're absilutely right, it was a favourite of mine some years ago, and always provoked a giggle!

Didn't someone pencil in a comic character who leaned out of the building an those words were in a bubble?

Scrobs... said...

Hey Pips, you did the right thing!

Mrs S has always been passionate about voting for something when you can, because - as you say - you can't complain if you didn't try to do anything!

I sincerely hope your vote helped your situation too.

Philipa said...

Scrobs - you definitely affected my vote. My Labour 'safe' seat is now Conservative. I'm sure Trubes will be pleased.

Scrobs... said...

Pips, I'm flattered, I've never been called a pundit before, but am now wallowing in glory!!!

I think the way discussions are going, the best option is going to be Tory/Lib Dems putting their heads together.

I wonder if THEY'LL take my advice; I'm on the end of a phone - somewhere...

Philipa said...

I think it behoves politicians to listen to people living at the coal face rather than PR/political advisors. Trouble is, they don't!

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Well, that wiped the smug smile from Jacqui Smith's porcine face, didn't it?

Our local thiefette, Angela Smith, went as well.

Excellent.

Scrobs... said...

I was utterly delighted at someone as failed as that Smith person getting the boot Killers.

Wonder what she'll do now...

Work for Lovefilm?