Monday, February 26, 2007

More Diddlee Mocking




Good to see that this protestor outside Croke Park at the weekend, demonstrating against the use of the GAA stadium for a Rugby Union match, had chosen his attire astutely...

(Just for the Girls that’s a Celtic shirt)

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is that Guido hiding again? It could be Mr. Crodonian (another one who likes hiding his sweet little face).

I hear you met Guido - is he still a hunk?

Justin

mutleythedog said...

I think its Tim Ireland - hes found of one man protests!

Newmania said...

I hear you met Guido -

He is quite intense and a bit plump. A bit flash . OK really obviously posseses a turbo charged brain and not a lot of patience .
Uncomfortable to be around

Anonymous said...

And one needs have patience when one is around you, Mr. N. You jump from one subject to another - that's before you've been drinking.

Where did you meet? Who was there? Who paid for the drinks? Any "totty"? Spill, honey, spill!

Justin

Newmania said...

Broker and barrow Boy .
Dizzy was there ( Lovely chap really speedy speedy speedy)
Folk from Doughty Street
Guidot
Fawning courtiers of Guidot
Croydonian( who you Know as a great chap and the only reason I was there )

Just your average evening in the Life of Newmania Justin..yawn ....

Croydonian said...

And they all wussed out long before closing time bar Doughty St Mike and meself. I rolled home circa 3.45...

david allen said...

I am in awe of your staying power, C. having turned 40, (I know you find this hard to believe, N, given your remarks in previous posts about my lovely soft skin) if I'm out past midnight I am paying for it for a whole week.....

electro-kevin said...

Re the piccie ...

A rather hastily constructed banner don't you think ?

Exactly the sort of gag I would make. I've taken a few beats in my time.

Newmania said...

And they all wussed out long before closing time bar Doughty St Mike and meself

I have had flu for three weeks C and when my health returns I will duly drink you under the table.

No trouble .

no gag required really kev is there

HungLikeARat said...

Whey faced girl: My mother has had a shit life like.
Callow youth: Yea?
Whey faced girl: She’s never had nothing.
Callow youth: Yea?
Whey faced girl: Always had shit luck… so i feel so happy for her.
Callow youth: Yea?
Whey faced girl: It’s about time something lucky came her way.
Callow youth: Yea?
Whey faced girl: She never had anything, then her cousin got decapitated on the motorway.
Callow youth: Yea?
Whey faced girl: Yea! she got the compensation. he had no one else to leave it to. I’m so pleased for her.

Callow youth: Yea

mutleythedog said...

Newmania said...

I hear you met Guido -

He is quite intense and a bit plump. A bit flash . OK really obviously posseses a turbo charged brain and not a lot of patience .
Uncomfortable to be around


Oh honestly, hes a sweety and all the rests for show...

electro-kevin said...

Old Mother Hubbard

Went to the cupboard

To get poor Rover a bone

When she bent over

Rover took over ...


...and gave her a bone of his own.





Now why wouldn't Andy Simpson of the Daily Mail publish on the Peterbrough page ??? It's more funny than most of the tosh they put on there. :-(

Newmania said...

Hungry like a rat has a distinctly Kev-ish feel to it to me .

Shudder I`m pretty certain that conversation has happened for real though. Do you read the Maiol thej Kev , I try to avoid it on the basis that I`m prejudiced and right wing enough already.

electro-kevin said...

hunglikearat - not me 'fraid. Very subtle that ...

The Mother Hubbard rhyme was rejected on the grounds that they'd heard it before at the DM - oh, and the fact that it was entirely inappropriate.

I have to cough - yes I do read the DM, along with The Mirror and The Times on occaision. But yep - more DM.

Don't know where the I'd place myself politically to be honest - bit of a mish-mash.

electro-kevin said...

Didn't know where to put this comment, N.

Re the Virgin Train crash in Cumbria. Driver Iain Black is being praised for staying at the controls during the crash and is now lauded as a hero. Good for him. No doubt a nice trip somewhere courtesy of Mr Branson will follow.(I can vouch that a Branson party is well worth turning up for)

There is a duty, post crash, to put out emergency protection (flags, detonators, circuit clips etc) but let me state, as one who is in the know:

DURING a crash all one CAN do is stay at the controls, put the brake lever into emergency* ... and shit one's self.

All this baloney about "Struggling to keep the train on the track ..." etc.

That always makes me larrrf ! And you notice the drivers never put the press right on it either.

*The application of the Emergency brake during bad derailment has limited effect too, as any disruption of the continuous trainwire or air pipe running the length of the train will result in a full brake application.

WhaddahellhasdisgottadowivCelticshirts???

mutleythedog said...

If you had to hang about cuz he was late - would you be Waiting for Guidot?

Newmania said...

- would you be Waiting for Guidot?

HEY I did that gag ages ago and absolutely no-one complimented me on it ,. I even had pictures of the play which is on somewhere and no-one even noticed

Yeeeeesh

Newmania said...

I wondered what you would make of that Kev with your train skills. Not much chance of doing a swift U -y and going a safer way around is there

electro-kevin said...

It's tricky enough keeping the buggers on track as it is. The railheads are very narrow you know.

Even harder in the dark.

(Plagiarised joke 'fraid)

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