- Tue Mar 26, 2019 4:48 pm #570533
I had posted a theory that he was using the "Oh, Jeremy Corbyn" chant as a jumping off point for a joke, and I use that word quite wrongly. A bonus feature of that it implies Corbyn to a killer, and even worse, black.youngian wrote: ↑Tue Mar 26, 2019 10:12 amRattling in on the Piccadilly Line from Daily Mail Land, it wasn’t until we crossed the North Circular Road that the demonstrators started getting on board. First up was a scruffy bird in Doc Martens and one of those Intifada scarves. She was brandishing a tatty cardboard ‘Stop Leave’ sign.
By the time we’d reached Islington, spiritual home of Remain, there were a few more of them, all looking very pleased with themselves.
Curiously, the local MP, O.J. Corbyn, wasn’t among them.
When I got on the train to the march the seats and standing room had already been filled by the muesli-eating metropolitan elites of Kings Lynn and Downham Market.
Its not in the least bit curious that Corbyn wasn't among them. Whats this 'O.J. Corbyn' bollocks all about?
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