February 26, 2015
“In MY day everyone was respectable and wore ties”
There was bemusement at the Brit Awards last night, after a confused OAP wandered onto the stage during a song, and then fell down some stairs.
The woman, Ms M. Ciccone, seemed unharmed after the fall. Although members of the dance troupe then on stage tried to help her, she pushed them away, scolding “You young ‘uns don’t know you’re born! I’ve fallen over more times than you’ve had hot dinners!”
She then fell over again, breaking an ankle, which left her squawking in pain for Continue reading
February 24, 2015
“What’s a salary?”
Sat down to breakfast, papers say Jack Straw’s got himself into hot water; seems he offered to accept cash for questions! Haha! Idiot!
Finished my egg, looked a bit more closely at article and noticed they’re accusing me too! That bloody Chink firm I spoke with; I knew something didn’t add up when the representative’s fake nose fell off. Well, if the Continue reading
February 24, 2015
There was a worrying moment halfway through when it seemed the sound might mutate into an ‘ummmm’, but she pulled it back marvellously.
The leader of the Green Party was jubilant today, after winning a jackpot of £15.37 for using the word “Erm” continuously for almost ten minutes.
Natalie Bennett was interviewed by Nick Ferrari for LBC Radio, and when asked how the Greens would fund their promised 500,000 new homes, Bennett launched into an epic “Errrrrrrrrrrrrm…” that Ferrari was powerless to interrupt.
Bennett explained after the interview “Caroline Lucas and Amelia Womack bet me all the change they had in their pockets that I wasn’t brave enough to do it. They were Continue reading
February 23, 2015
Oddie missed his night of glory, having been refused entry to the ceremony after turning up pissed in a Hawaiian shirt
Lord Douglas Hurd expressed astonishment at his “completely unexpected” Oscars win last night, for directorial debut ‘Birdman’, his fictionalised account of the life of Bill Oddie.
Unable to attend the ceremony because of onerous government duties in Westminster, Hurd’s acceptance speech was read out by avid twitcher and bearhunter, Chris Packham.
“Douglas says; ‘I never thought for a moment that the biggest film award ceremony in the world would show such interest in the life of a former Goodie, but am Continue reading
February 19, 2015
Boris’ inability to whistle the Star-Spangled Banner reveals where his loyalties lie
With the news this week that Boris Johnson plans to approach the US ambassador with the intention of relinquishing his American citizenship, reports are coming in that Matthew Barzun, the ambassador himself, has beaten the capital’s mayor to it.
Barzun yesterday announced that he would contact Johnson personally to fast-track his application. “I only just heard about this to be honest. I tend to ignore pretty much everything Boris says as a matter of course, obviously, but eventually an aide brought it to my attention. Apparently he believes the process to be unnecessarily laborious – that we just don’t make it easy enough. Well, that won’t do. I’m going to contact the mayor this very instant and guide him through the business. We could get rid of- get it resolved by the end of the week.”
Johnson made a statement Continue reading
February 18, 2015
Snow toking on a disguised bong. Note how out of focus the drugs make him appear
Veteran newsreader Jon Snow was arrested by police this morning, after being discovered apparently burgling the house of Sir Trevor McDonald.
Snow recently participated in a medical trial smoking skunk for a Channel 4 documentary, and subsequently graduated from the potent cannabis to crack, and then heroin, in the space of twenty minutes.
A police spokesman said “As we all know, using any form of drug whatsoever immediately leads to using all of the others, selling your body to fat truck drivers, and then robbing your Continue reading
February 13, 2015
Chillaxing after scoring the winning goal in the 2014 World Cup final
Former Tory Prime Minister Sir John Major said today he was “surprised but excited”, after Aston Villa invited him to take over as their new manager.
Villa made the decision to drop current manager Paul Lambert, after going ten games without a win, losing a friendly to the Taplow Women’s Insitute team, and dropping into the premier league’s relegation zone.
Percy Spoke, spokesperson for the ailing club, said “Some people think our embarrassing string of losses should be blamed on the chaps who run around on the pitch for forty-five minutes, sit down for a bit, and then run around for another forty-five minutes. They are, after all, the ones kicking – and occasionally headbutting – the round thing. Continue reading
February 10, 2015
He just opens his articulated jaw like a snake and then swallows the cow whole
A Conservative party fundraiser has helped swell the election campaign coffers, with a range of auction lots offering bidders the opportunity to spend time with senior tory figures, engaging in their everyday activities.
Party chairman Grant Shapps said “It really was a brilliant and very worthwhile event, with bidders going up against each other for the chance to chillax with some of our brightest stars.
“Whether it was fox-hunting with William Hague, strangling commoners with Theresa May, or setting fire to Continue reading
February 10, 2015
An artist’s impression of the calamitous aftermath resulting from a giant meteor colliding with Earth
A team of scientists investigating the Earth’s core have made the remarkable discovery that it is, in fact, entirely composed of the weirdly addictive, sugary gunk that you find inside a Cadbury’s Creme Egg.
Professor Hamish McEyebrau, leader of the American and Chinese project, said “The scientific community has variously believed that the centre of the Earth was Continue reading
February 10, 2015
David Cameron is today calling on the British Chamber of Commerce to give staff a pay rise, whilst promising public sector workers will continue to live in penury “because it makes me chuckle.”
The Prime Minister is using the BCC annual conference as a platform to unveil a new policy-drive, which aims to ensure that prosperity will not be passed on to state employees, in case they start to get ideas.
Mr Cameron said “Britain is working hard, and deserves to be rewarded. But that’s just a suggestion – do whatever Continue reading