Friday, 16 November 2012

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha....

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, a ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, ha bloody haaaaah...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2234091/PCC-election-John-Prescott-FAILS-bid-Humberside-police-commissioner.html

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, a ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, oh, ha bloody haaaaah...


13 comments:

Thud said...

A bright moment on a grey day.

A K Haart said...

Ho ho ho - Christmas has come early.

Scrobs... said...

Abso-bloody-lutely, Thudders!

The light at the end of a tunnelish sort of day...!

Scrobs... said...

Aaaaaw yus, Mr H!

It is indeed a grand day to celebrate the chucking of such a flawed, fat idiot!

Blue Eyes said...

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!

But didn't he also vow not to take up the Peerage?

We haven't seen the back of him, yet. Does he still live in that rather nice glass block overlooking Lambeth bridge and Parliament?

rvi said...

If Sir is not careful he will damage his dicky hernia....


PS: Lotsa fun'n'games chez Gweeds.

lilith said...

It's very funny

Scrobs... said...

But the pictures of him with his wife are utterly hilarious, Blues, and Mrs S is shaking with mirth as we speak...

Nice colour hair...

Scrobs... said...

Oh yes, Reevers, there's much to chortle about there!

And to think that the burnt one, Blair, was signing autographs up there, and hastily escaping back to the warmth of his money, makes it so much more endearing!

Scrobs... said...

Mrs S told me the good news as I was walking downstairs Lils, and the last step was the happiest in years...!

Let's hope this fat lump of failure disappears for good as soon as possible.

Electro-Kevin said...

A policeman's lot IS a happy one.

Scrobs... said...

Oooooh yus, Elecs!

Who'd want to have that stupid man in charge!

It's made my day - weekend - Christmas even...

Scrobs... said...

Actually, Kev, I was once a daughter in 'The Pirates of Penzance', and know your 'line' particularly well...

I was only 14 at the time...