Wednesday, 25 November 2015
A rather odd response to the Chancellors Autumn Statement
The Elephant in the room . . . . (Sea)
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I mean just how can anyone complain when they don’t understand a word of it, well not the bits where he nicks your money back anyway. . . . . So all I can say in response to our old mate Mr George Osborne is . . . . Scrimble flip boo kistal jim spol greb askfjlk and I hope it hurts too.
Drugs in Sport is one thing but drugs in politics is terrible. . . . . I demand tests on the lot ( NO not tests on the drugs but test on politicians).
OOOOOoooo look a seagull.
Damn this is harder than it loops . . . PHEW