Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Dear Aquaintance ...

New mania ,him see many great posts on Croydonian ; him laugh ha ha .

Love the last one in which the linguistically sensitive Mr.C suffers unbearable agonies confronted with 'The Scottish Government’s response to the UK Government Consultation on the “Future of Nuclear Power”. In vast rolling tundra of a document the great man has discovered ‘90 references to Scotland and Scottish (excluding the footnotes) in around 3,600 words - let's say one 'scot' per 40 words. There are however “ no references to Westminster, national government or the United Kingdom (just 'the UK'), and one 'British' . "The UK Government “ is the perpetual villain of the peace . Ooooo its like that is it ‘The UK government’ .Its as if I started calling my father by his first name. Thus Salmon snips with cold malevolence at the remaining threads holding the countries together. Cue Brown’s new book “ Union Jack Underpants Why Are They So Comfy?”.


Croydonian said...

Let the winds blow high, let the winds blow low
Through the streets in ma kilt I go.
All the lassies shout "Hello,
hey Gordon, whaur's yer troosers?

Newmania said...

....hoots mon, the noo( said with Pete and Dud Voice) ye canny no tickle yer sel

Anonymous said...

Recalling that PM Broon chillingly and childishly refused to work with the first Minister democratically elected by the people of Scotland ~ if they chose Alex Salmond ~ my sympthies are with Alex on this.

Anyway, the man has such a wonderful talent for political satire. Salmond had me grinning all day with his 'Big Feartie from Fife' remark about B ruin.

Auntie Flo'

Newmania said...

Yes Fklo bad luck on broon to come up against such fiendishly cunning foe

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