Poll my hole — 11 Comments

    • So do I but some people seem to like 'em.

      Maybe I'll start a second parallel one – "They are killing puppies!  Please sign my petition to stop these evil people"

  1. Having read your skewed piece Mister, I did a quick poll of the good residents of suburban Mayfield, here in Cork and only one pollster agreed with your observations. Yes, a staggering 3.7 million of the people I polled locally think you're full of shit, so there!

      • No, you first have to have a another poll asking people whether they think the previous poll was corrupted by fraudulent voting or not. Then you can have a poll about a possible re-poll of the first poll etc and so-on.

  2. Already 73 British expats living in Timbuctoo have signed the petition demanding a Brexit 2 referendum. A rerun of a first referendum that produces the 'wrong' result could be called an Irish solution to a British problem. Send that to the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.

    • Irish Referendum: Any poll, vote or referendum where the losing side demands a re-run until the "right" result is achieved.

      • C'est vrai, but 'the losing side' has to be the government that moved the holding of the referendum.

  3. Better get that campaign going for an Irexit referendum soon, Gramps!  Just take a look at which bit of their Great Plan the EU are now considering expediting in order to prevent anyone else escaping:

    Admittedly, it's the Daily Express, and they're never short of histrionics – they could rival the Daily Mail for that, but still – where there's smoke there's fire and all that …

    • The Daily Express is consistently informative on horse racing, so the sports pages are for gambling men. Its politics are steeped in the good old days of the Raj. Bollox wallah.

  4. There's been a few down London with 'I'm not British, I'm European', which is smashing, because these are just the wallies we wish to be rid of. Hoping if London does not succeed in becoming an independent 'special state on special measures', that these people will, with speed, shift off to the nation of Europe, where they will get what they want: no nationality, no borders, just what Paddington Bear would have wanted (Paddy's been used on posters for the new utopia of One World).  Then when in a fix, they'll realise 'Europe' is not a nationality, and the Titanic affords limited options for future prosperity.  I don't live in London, but it's been on the telly. I don't think it's a wind-up, for no-one thinking to film a joke would go so far as to put blue hair dye on a 20-something yr-old.  Blue rinse, I ask you!

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