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:sunglasses: 27.5 % ❤ 11.6 % :thumbsup: 1.4 % :grinning: 53.6 % 😟 1.4 % :cry: 4.3 %
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By Boiler
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#586009
Shamelessly nicked from elsewhere:

Nigel Farage walks into a pub and says, 'I'll have a pint of beer please.' The barman pours a pint, then throws it all over Farage.
'What did you do that for?' says Farage, drenched to the skin.
'Because you're in a metaphor which illustrates the stupidity of asking for something but not stipulating how you wanted it delivered!'
'But I'm still thirsty, so I want a pint -this time in a glass!' says Farage.
'You can't ask again!' said the barman.
'Why not?' snivelled Farage.
'Democracy.' says the barman."
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By Bones McCoy
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#586557
Fagash getting an epic trolling on his LBC show.

https://twitter.com/Jpiinks/status/1176 ... fdvVsJ3A84
MAN: “I just want to thank you Nigel, for all you’ve done for British politics. I was an ardent remainer. I voted remain. Until one moment that changed it all”

FARAGE: “Wow. And what was that moment?”

MAN: “I got kicked in the head by a horse.”
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By Snowflake
#586577
The notable thing about Farage for me has been his almost complete absence over the past weeks from the TV screen. Tice is being interviewed on Sky News at the moment. Pretty sure the news channels aren't less enthusiastic when it comes to give him publicity, so it can only be a calculated attempt by Farage to try and present the party as being more than just him. Even if it isn't.
 
By Safe_Timber_Man
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#586619
The Mailites are not amused.


'I backed Brexit after I was kicked in the head by a horse': Hilarious moment Nigel Farage gets trolled live on air as caller reveals the 'monumental' incident that made him abandon Remain
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... e-air.html


david, manchester, United Kingdom, 56 minutes ago
Remainders use everything except rational argument.
+85 -30
Boris the truth , Everywhere , United Kingdom, 28 minutes ago
Remoaners are thick.
+46 -27
Lord of light, Westeros, United Kingdom, 40 minutes ago
i just listen to laugh at the ranting remoaners, some are so thick, it can be very funny, He though is good as gold with them, more patience than i would have
+43 -20
Mr Babbage, Somewhere else, Switzerland, 10 minutes ago
I think we're already well-enough aware of the pathetic standard of remainian debating skills...
+15 -4
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By Bones McCoy
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#586636
The sound of those who haven't realised they are being played.
Safe_Timber_Man wrote:
Wed Sep 25, 2019 11:03 am
The Mailites are not amused.


'I backed Brexit after I was kicked in the head by a horse': Hilarious moment Nigel Farage gets trolled live on air as caller reveals the 'monumental' incident that made him abandon Remain
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... e-air.html


david, manchester, United Kingdom, 56 minutes ago
Remainders use everything except rational argument.
+85 -30
Boris the truth , Everywhere , United Kingdom, 28 minutes ago
Remoaners are thick.
+46 -27
Lord of light, Westeros, United Kingdom, 40 minutes ago
i just listen to laugh at the ranting remoaners, some are so thick, it can be very funny, He though is good as gold with them, more patience than i would have
+43 -20
Mr Babbage, Somewhere else, Switzerland, 10 minutes ago
I think we're already well-enough aware of the pathetic standard of remainian debating skills...
+15 -4
 
By Bones McCoy
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#586894
Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:45 pm
I think they're going international. Which is a pity.
The old one had Reagan, Gorbachev, and PK Botha.
I reckon there'll be a few recognisable and high profile Forrins.

Trump, Putin, Kim Jong, Trudeau, Macron, Merkel.

We'd struggle to recognise many others.
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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#586897
https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radi ... zuckerberg

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Unlike in the 80s, however, when even obscure members of Thatcher’s cabinet were honoured with their own puppets, Law said he had not been tempted to turn his attentions to British politics’s lower league players this time around.
“Dominic Raab? You’ve got to be kidding. If you’re going to go after the bastards, you may as well go after the biggest bastards there are, hence America. It’s an awful lot of trouble to go to, and you want it to be effective.”
 
By Snowflake
#586910
Seems I was wrong about the Frograge TV appearances. Not sure if he's had some kind of falling out with the BBC, but Sky are giving him a platform this week.
 
By oboogie
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#586917
Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:45 pm
I think they're going international. Which is a pity.
It's a US production to be screened in the US, there are no plans to make a UK version at the moment.

It was covered on Front Row on Friday night, segment starts at 10.47.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m ... -episode-4
 
By Bones McCoy
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#586919
oboogie wrote:
Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:33 am
Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:45 pm
I think they're going international. Which is a pity.
It's a US production to be screened in the US, there are no plans to make a UK version at the moment.

It was covered on Front Row on Friday night, segment starts at 10.47.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m ... -episode-4
Sad!
 
By youngian
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#586920
Unlike in the 80s, however, when even obscure members of Thatcher’s cabinet were honoured with their own puppets, Law said he had not been tempted to turn his attentions to British politics’s lower league players this time around.

US Spitting Image knock-off DC Follies featured a guy at the bar to announce the puppets' names when they entered; 'Hey PM of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher how ya doin'?' 'President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev what yer havin'? ' But the US had already had multi-channel TV. I doubt if the UK had it in the 70/80s Mike Yarwood's audience wouldn't recognise his impersonations of anyone below cabinet rank of 'silly billy' chancellor Dennis Healey.
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