As far as Thatcher is concerned, it's what she did that I hate, not her as a human being, especially as she's now dementing. Having said that, I've worked out a little dance routine (it borders on the erotic, even if I do say so myself!) for when she finally goes toes up.Posted 8 years ago
It woudl appear that some ****t at the Equalities Office is thinking much the same as some of the odd-balls in here:
Harriet Harman's officials have been forced to change a government fact sheet celebrating "women in power" which did not name Margaret Thatcher.
…it did not mention Lady Thatcher by name, saying only: "1979: UK's first woman prime minister".Posted 8 years agoahwilesSubscriber
now hang on.
i'm not a buddhist, so i'm allowed to hate people, wishing they'd die is just a natural part of that.
maybe you've heard of a fun game we can all play called 'the Vernon Kay bus'…?
Vernon Kay is going to drive a bus off a cliff, who else is on it?
Kerry Katona is a good nomination.
i can understand someone hating Thatcher, but she's nearly dead anyway – it would be a waste of a seat.
That tw4t from the Mirror – he's going on, what's his name..? ~
and as we all know, we're allowed to listen to good music on the radio for a few days after the death of someone we're supposed to care aobut, so it doesn't even need to be someone you hate.
(Radio1 was actually worth listening to when John Peel fell off the tree – sad but true).
who else is going on the Vernon Kay bus?Posted 8 years ago
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