W@nker of the week award?

I’m just not being surprised at his actions anymore, what hold has he got on the rest of his party, that they don’t just boot the old Bullingdon boy out???
Anyway, here’s a quick poll… who is your w@nker of the week???

  • boris Johnson
  • Boris johnson
  • Boris Johnson
  • someone else

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The week?

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Time to move on. Don’t you know there’s a war on? :smirk:

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I take it you don’t like Boris then @DCS222 :grinning: :grinning:

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I can’t say that I do… things like war and the US school massacre transcend mere “w@nkerism”, obviously… but of that specific level of arseholery, I feel that Johnson is the steaming turd that has floated to the top of the midden and has held station for rather too long.

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There’s no doubt that if this level of mendacious self preservation were being carried out by someone like Diane Abbot or Jeremy Corbyn, there’d be far more harrumphing and jumping up and down by certain sections of society. But, as has been said before, you get the government you deserve. Anyway, now Rishi has bunged me a few bob towards my leccy bill, l’m happy enough that this government has my interests at heart :upside_down_face:

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I’d like to know just how much extra revenue Wishi Rishi is getting in. When you consider the vast increases in the price of fuel, I would assume he’s raking in tons more fuel duty. Similarly with leccy and gas, he’ll be raking in lot’s more VAT. Add on all the other extra VAT from other sources etc and he must be coining it in. So all or much of this money he’s giving us, we’ve already shelled out in extra taxes and duties. Or am I missing something ?

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Thing is with Boris, what the general public see is just a front and he plays the buffoon very well, but behind closed doors he’s very different. My mate is an ex high up copper and his boss regularly had meetings with Bojo. At one such meeting as it ended he switched from being serious, ruffled his hair up and threw the Bojo switch telling the meeting he was off to meet the press and that’s what they were expecting to see so that’s what they’d get. He knows playing the daft game allows him to take liberties and get away with far more than he otherwise would.

Fuel duty is fixed, unlike VAT, for example, that is a percentage of the sale price.

Ok know it all big head. :wink: :grinning:

A pandemic that we haven’t even started to pay for yet?

Whoever composed this ad, its either a mistake or a genuine opinion

Seen something similar on a recent Scotland trip

In Wales its spelt Brecwast.

W.ker of the week?
The idiot who last Saturday during my son’s band concert went on stage and tried to ask for money at the microphone (to drink more than he already did)
I politely invited him to let the band play, and he tried to punch me…

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Hope you educated him on the error of his ways!

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no one was punched, but he had to run a bit to avoid that.

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Wankerism alive and well in Poland too. This was taken today while waiting to board the ferry for the Isle of Man.

The official face of Russia has obviously got to be hard nosed and single minded… but Lavrov just feels like he has that “extra something”. His unpleasant, jowelly visage exudes an aura that, no matter what country, job or era he came from… he would be a primo-grade, self-pleasurer…

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