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Barbel wrote:
Chriscoop wrote:

Fist! Fornicating predictive text!!!

My best pal has major predictive text battles almost daily- two days ago he said that he dreaded Boris Becker becoming PM.  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol

ajb007/lol

It was either that.....or the priesthood

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ajb007/mad  I hate predictive text,  so many times. Trying to delete the first letter, it would skip to the
End of the word and starts deleting the end letters. Or having to retype world's three or so times
as it keeps changing them. Then even after checking the odd crazy word still gets through.

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Come on now, let's get back to the topic of this thread.

I say Tom Hiddleston.

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No, he's too slim to be the PM, I'd vote for Eric Pickles   ajb007/biggrin

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Thunderpussy wrote:

No, he's too slim to be the PM, I'd vote for Eric Pickles   ajb007/biggrin

That's who Daniel Craig was referencing in his t-shirt last week, wasn't it?

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Yes, no man is an island but he can be a small hill.  ajb007/wink

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Higgins wrote:

Is Anna Firth of any importance?

We've had her yesterday on german tv.

Never heard of her...so no  ajb007/biggrin

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Yes, no man is an island but he can be a small hill.  ajb007/wink

Or a tall willowy tree

It was either that.....or the priesthood

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Sir Miles wrote:
Higgins wrote:

Is Anna Firth of any importance?

We've had her yesterday on german tv.

Never heard of her...so no  ajb007/biggrin

She's that socialist conservative councillor in London somewhere,  she used to be a high flying lawyer at some point.

It was either that.....or the priesthood

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I guess she loves doing TV shows, another "rent an opinion" for a panel.

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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The Domino Effect wrote:

Come on now, let's get back to the topic of this thread.

I say Tom Hiddleston.

Aidan Turner!

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Barbel wrote:
The Domino Effect wrote:

Come on now, let's get back to the topic of this thread.

I say Tom Hiddleston.

Aidan Turner!

I thought it was Idris Elba  ajb007/confused

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I see Roy Hodgson has just resigned. I think he was backing the 'Leave the Euros' campaign too.

My money is on Al G. In da house.

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Sir Miles wrote:

I thought it was Idris Elba  ajb007/confused

He can be the villain- er, I mean, Chancellor.

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The only thing I'm worried about is when the leaders all get together next year........just think of the possible line up: And either side of Her Majesty, we see the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and US president Donald Trump. .   ajb007/amazed  ajb007/amazed  ajb007/crap

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Honestly, that's what comes of holding a Referendum during the silly season. Everything feels a bit unreal. Summer doesn't agree with the Brits.

Footie might even have played a part. Had we gone out before, it might have had a sobering effect, had we played brilliantly, some might have thought, well, we're doing well, why mess things up by voting Brexit? But sort of threatening to do well, maybe next time... okay, we can do this! We can go on and win the thing!

It really does feel like the End of Days here.

"This is where we leave you Mr Bond."

Roger Moore 1927-2017

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Well the Remain campaign did predict the End of Days !  ajb007/biggrin

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Stephen Crabb for PM, it would be great to have Wolverine in No 10  ajb007/biggrin

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Well now, at least, we know the line-up:

Michael Gove MP, the current Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary could make a good Prime Minister but I couldn't have Theresa May MP, the current Home Secretary in the role. Dr Liam Fox MP would also have my support, second only to Gove.

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A few pundits have said the golden ticket, would be "May as PM with Gove as Deputy" to bring
Both sides of the Conservatives together ?

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Thunderpussy wrote:

A few pundits have said the golden ticket, would be "May as PM with Gove as Deputy" to bring
Both sides of the Conservatives together ?

I suppose that could work, but I'm really not keen on May who comes across as false - she didn't have the bottle to join the LEAVE campaign and so I really feel that she shouldn't benefit from the fallout from it to the extent of becoming Prime Minister. We'll see what happens... ajb007/martini

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I agree, I think she was trying to hide in the background, looking after her career. So in
Negotiations will she do what's best for the UK, or Herself ?

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Thunderpussy wrote:

I agree, I think she was trying to hide in the background, looking after her career. So in
Negotiations will she do what's best for the UK, or Herself ?

Herself would come first, I'd wager. Personally I wouldn't trust her as far as I could throw her and who in their right mind would want another divisive Tory leader and PM like Margaret Thatcher?  ajb007/frown

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Stephen Crabb for PM, it would be great to have Wolverine in No 10  ajb007/biggrin

To me, he's David Brent.

"Hello everyone. There's some good news and some bad news. The bad news is, the UK is breaking up and the economy is going down the toilet. On the plus side, I've just been made PM... you're still thinking about the bad news aren't you?"

"This is where we leave you Mr Bond."

Roger Moore 1927-2017

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With the very real prospect of having Trump as US President, the UK has only one man in it's arsenal who will counter him:


BRIAN BLESSED for Prime Minister!! ajb007/biggrin

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