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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... 09:08 - Jan 19 with 4129 viewsBlueBadger

...to acknowledge the achievements of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.

1. Managing to be the most embarrassing PM the country has ever seen. Yo might not think this is an achievement, but remember that one of his predecessors shagged a dead pig.
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Mullet Gtsb Blue badger Bloots N2 Blue ITFC Joe …and the rest. Do you not understand that these forums have massive sway these days? You’ve killed it. We may go on to bigger better things, who knows? Your bitching and whining on here is picked up and has a massive ripple effect. Fking knobs the lot of you. For weeks you’ve been stamping your feet like little girls and it gets picked up when all you needed to do was ride it out for a bit. Pathetic. Cook always comes good, he always has done, talk to any Pompey, Wigan or Chesterfield fan. I’m in Pompey tonight and they’re all shaking their heads. Dkheads the lot of you. Happy to get banned on the back of this. You’re ridiculous. The ramifications are massive which may be placated with money but fk me; learn to kick a ball and know what you’re talking about before you lash out in anger. A massive shame and a massive shame on you. Cook is working hard. What are you doing other than idly pointing fingers and drawing on nonsense stats. Nothing but contempt for you lot and your baseless insights into football when you’ve never even kicked a ball.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:13 - Jan 19 with 1510 viewsSamuelowen88

2. He plays well with others


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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:14 - Jan 19 with 1509 viewsbluelagos

Some of us recognised he was a cnt quicker than others. But for those only just realising it, welcome to the party.


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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:15 - Jan 19 with 1501 viewsjimsymBLUE

4. To surround himself with such a bunch of incompetants, he occasionally wasn't the biggest spunktrumpet in the office/at the party.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:15 - Jan 19 with 1485 viewsHerbivore

To give the leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party his due, he has done more for the cause of Scottish independence than any politician in history.

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:17 - Jan 19 with 1444 viewsCheltenham_Blue

Can we get Pug corrected to Pig please? I'm no fan of the Tory party but shagging a dead lap dog is even more disgusting than even they are capable of.

And its a vision I would like removed from my mind. Pronto.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:24 - Jan 19 with 1366 viewsHerbivore

As an aside, this run of PMs has been like going from Keane, to Jewell, then straight to Hurst. Disaster upon disaster.

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:27 - Jan 19 with 1362 viewsJakeITFC

His party won a general election with the highest share of the popular vote in a couple of generations, quite impressive (especially as everybody now seemingly takes great glee in him being a known liar, a racist and incompetent).

Not much ownership of that decision from anywhere, is there?
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:29 - Jan 19 with 1341 viewsBobbychase

5 There's a letter in the Times being shared on Twitter that makes the point that on the day of the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005, Johnson - then editor - didn't want to cancel the Spectator's summer party which was due to be held that night. Sat sulking in his office, the letter writer claims, until someone else decided having a party when so many had died probably wasn't appropriate.

But yeah, our generations' Churchill. A patriot. B**locks

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:32 - Jan 19 with 1310 viewsnoggin

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:27 - Jan 19 by JakeITFC

His party won a general election with the highest share of the popular vote in a couple of generations, quite impressive (especially as everybody now seemingly takes great glee in him being a known liar, a racist and incompetent).

Not much ownership of that decision from anywhere, is there?


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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:32 - Jan 19 with 1308 viewsCheltenham_Blue

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:27 - Jan 19 by JakeITFC

His party won a general election with the highest share of the popular vote in a couple of generations, quite impressive (especially as everybody now seemingly takes great glee in him being a known liar, a racist and incompetent).

Not much ownership of that decision from anywhere, is there?


Brexit. Not me personally, I hasten to add, but people were sick of it and just wanted it done. Boris and co were promising a quick end to it. Thats the only reason for the majority.

Support will collapse next time out, as UKIPs did after the Brexit vote. Maybe not enough to remove the Tories, but certainly a vastly reduced majority, maybe back to a hung parliament.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:42 - Jan 19 with 1276 viewsBlueBadger

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:29 - Jan 19 by Bobbychase

5 There's a letter in the Times being shared on Twitter that makes the point that on the day of the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005, Johnson - then editor - didn't want to cancel the Spectator's summer party which was due to be held that night. Sat sulking in his office, the letter writer claims, until someone else decided having a party when so many had died probably wasn't appropriate.

But yeah, our generations' Churchill. A patriot. B**locks


Ah. The buzzer has finally gone off in DaveU's basement I see.

We should probably stop bullying him, as it would appear that the chief figurehead for racism, homophobia, open corruption, incompetence and dishonesty that he clearly venerates as some kind of deity will soon be gone.

Mullet Gtsb Blue badger Bloots N2 Blue ITFC Joe …and the rest. Do you not understand that these forums have massive sway these days? You’ve killed it. We may go on to bigger better things, who knows? Your bitching and whining on here is picked up and has a massive ripple effect. Fking knobs the lot of you. For weeks you’ve been stamping your feet like little girls and it gets picked up when all you needed to do was ride it out for a bit. Pathetic. Cook always comes good, he always has done, talk to any Pompey, Wigan or Chesterfield fan. I’m in Pompey tonight and they’re all shaking their heads. Dkheads the lot of you. Happy to get banned on the back of this. You’re ridiculous. The ramifications are massive which may be placated with money but fk me; learn to kick a ball and know what you’re talking about before you lash out in anger. A massive shame and a massive shame on you. Cook is working hard. What are you doing other than idly pointing fingers and drawing on nonsense stats. Nothing but contempt for you lot and your baseless insights into football when you’ve never even kicked a ball.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:44 - Jan 19 with 1268 viewsBlueBadger

I see we can add 'pig shagging' to the list of things that DaveU likes, along with racism, homophobia, corruption, incompetence and dishonesty.

Mullet Gtsb Blue badger Bloots N2 Blue ITFC Joe …and the rest. Do you not understand that these forums have massive sway these days? You’ve killed it. We may go on to bigger better things, who knows? Your bitching and whining on here is picked up and has a massive ripple effect. Fking knobs the lot of you. For weeks you’ve been stamping your feet like little girls and it gets picked up when all you needed to do was ride it out for a bit. Pathetic. Cook always comes good, he always has done, talk to any Pompey, Wigan or Chesterfield fan. I’m in Pompey tonight and they’re all shaking their heads. Dkheads the lot of you. Happy to get banned on the back of this. You’re ridiculous. The ramifications are massive which may be placated with money but fk me; learn to kick a ball and know what you’re talking about before you lash out in anger. A massive shame and a massive shame on you. Cook is working hard. What are you doing other than idly pointing fingers and drawing on nonsense stats. Nothing but contempt for you lot and your baseless insights into football when you’ve never even kicked a ball.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:52 - Jan 19 with 1218 viewspeterleeblue

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:27 - Jan 19 by JakeITFC

His party won a general election with the highest share of the popular vote in a couple of generations, quite impressive (especially as everybody now seemingly takes great glee in him being a known liar, a racist and incompetent).

Not much ownership of that decision from anywhere, is there?


Unfortunately people are idiots.
The inappropriateness of Johnson was there for all to see but people chose to ignore it because the people wanted Brexit "done" with the "oven ready" deal, the immigrants cleaned out and the £350m spent per week on the NHS.
Sadly the Labour party are as much to blame for promoting someone like Jeremy Corbyn as its leader.

I wonder if Mrs Sunak will like Carries choice in wallpaper when he moves next door?
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:54 - Jan 19 with 1204 viewsbluelagos

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:44 - Jan 19 by BlueBadger

I see we can add 'pig shagging' to the list of things that DaveU likes, along with racism, homophobia, corruption, incompetence and dishonesty.


And repeating the lies of the SYP it seems judging by my downvote. A strange fellow.

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:57 - Jan 19 with 1182 viewsSwansea_Blue

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:24 - Jan 19 by Herbivore

As an aside, this run of PMs has been like going from Keane, to Jewell, then straight to Hurst. Disaster upon disaster.


A bit harsh on Hurst, as at least he meant well!

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:58 - Jan 19 with 1174 viewsEdwardStone

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:52 - Jan 19 by peterleeblue

Unfortunately people are idiots.
The inappropriateness of Johnson was there for all to see but people chose to ignore it because the people wanted Brexit "done" with the "oven ready" deal, the immigrants cleaned out and the £350m spent per week on the NHS.
Sadly the Labour party are as much to blame for promoting someone like Jeremy Corbyn as its leader.

I wonder if Mrs Sunak will like Carries choice in wallpaper when he moves next door?


I believe that Mrs Sunak is so minted that she could afford to have the whole place redecorated in $ 1000 bills floor to ceiling, and that would just be small change to her...no need to go to "friends" with the begging bowl
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:00 - Jan 19 with 1164 viewssolomon

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:27 - Jan 19 by JakeITFC

His party won a general election with the highest share of the popular vote in a couple of generations, quite impressive (especially as everybody now seemingly takes great glee in him being a known liar, a racist and incompetent).

Not much ownership of that decision from anywhere, is there?


Incredibly it could be this very party that could be the first to install a prime minister of Asian heritage.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:02 - Jan 19 with 1151 viewsKeno

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:27 - Jan 19 by JakeITFC

His party won a general election with the highest share of the popular vote in a couple of generations, quite impressive (especially as everybody now seemingly takes great glee in him being a known liar, a racist and incompetent).

Not much ownership of that decision from anywhere, is there?


yes by lying and scheming or has your local £350mill hospital been built?
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:10 - Jan 19 with 1133 viewsBlueBadger

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:24 - Jan 19 by Herbivore

As an aside, this run of PMs has been like going from Keane, to Jewell, then straight to Hurst. Disaster upon disaster.


Nah, Boris is Lambert. Patently unsuited to the job, woefully incompetent, occasionally clever with a soundbite and supported blindly by fools who saw the soundbites but not the years of failure.

Cameron was Hurst - destroyed the country through his arrogance and hubris.

Mullet Gtsb Blue badger Bloots N2 Blue ITFC Joe …and the rest. Do you not understand that these forums have massive sway these days? You’ve killed it. We may go on to bigger better things, who knows? Your bitching and whining on here is picked up and has a massive ripple effect. Fking knobs the lot of you. For weeks you’ve been stamping your feet like little girls and it gets picked up when all you needed to do was ride it out for a bit. Pathetic. Cook always comes good, he always has done, talk to any Pompey, Wigan or Chesterfield fan. I’m in Pompey tonight and they’re all shaking their heads. Dkheads the lot of you. Happy to get banned on the back of this. You’re ridiculous. The ramifications are massive which may be placated with money but fk me; learn to kick a ball and know what you’re talking about before you lash out in anger. A massive shame and a massive shame on you. Cook is working hard. What are you doing other than idly pointing fingers and drawing on nonsense stats. Nothing but contempt for you lot and your baseless insights into football when you’ve never even kicked a ball.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:12 - Jan 19 with 1127 viewsSwansea_Blue

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:02 - Jan 19 by Keno

yes by lying and scheming or has your local £350mill hospital been built?
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And by breaking apart traditional party lines using Brexit (also based on lying and scheming, which is also now coming home to roost).

Funny how it's taken a few parties for people to start to see through him, but there we go. If that's what gets him out and not the awful record in everything else, I'll take that.

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:24 - Jan 19 with 1087 viewsHARRY10

Who can forget this fine example of his understanding of football

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:27 - Jan 19 with 1069 viewshype313

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:32 - Jan 19 by Cheltenham_Blue

Brexit. Not me personally, I hasten to add, but people were sick of it and just wanted it done. Boris and co were promising a quick end to it. Thats the only reason for the majority.

Support will collapse next time out, as UKIPs did after the Brexit vote. Maybe not enough to remove the Tories, but certainly a vastly reduced majority, maybe back to a hung parliament.
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I'd argue that Corbyn as the alternative helped him towards that majority given the nations thoughts on him.

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:35 - Jan 19 with 1025 viewsStochesStotasBlewe

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 09:42 - Jan 19 by BlueBadger

Ah. The buzzer has finally gone off in DaveU's basement I see.

We should probably stop bullying him, as it would appear that the chief figurehead for racism, homophobia, open corruption, incompetence and dishonesty that he clearly venerates as some kind of deity will soon be gone.


He’s logged off again.
I suspect that he’s had to go and change his underpants again and give his Carpel tunnel a rest.
He’ll be back soon.

We have no village green, or a shop. It's very, very quiet. I can walk to the pub.

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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:50 - Jan 19 with 980 viewsBlueBadger

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:12 - Jan 19 by Swansea_Blue

And by breaking apart traditional party lines using Brexit (also based on lying and scheming, which is also now coming home to roost).

Funny how it's taken a few parties for people to start to see through him, but there we go. If that's what gets him out and not the awful record in everything else, I'll take that.


It would be the politics equivalent being backs-to-the-wall all match and one shanking in off your CB's thigh in the 92nd minute to get the winner.

Not the way you want the result, but you've got three points.

Mullet Gtsb Blue badger Bloots N2 Blue ITFC Joe …and the rest. Do you not understand that these forums have massive sway these days? You’ve killed it. We may go on to bigger better things, who knows? Your bitching and whining on here is picked up and has a massive ripple effect. Fking knobs the lot of you. For weeks you’ve been stamping your feet like little girls and it gets picked up when all you needed to do was ride it out for a bit. Pathetic. Cook always comes good, he always has done, talk to any Pompey, Wigan or Chesterfield fan. I’m in Pompey tonight and they’re all shaking their heads. Dkheads the lot of you. Happy to get banned on the back of this. You’re ridiculous. The ramifications are massive which may be placated with money but fk me; learn to kick a ball and know what you’re talking about before you lash out in anger. A massive shame and a massive shame on you. Cook is working hard. What are you doing other than idly pointing fingers and drawing on nonsense stats. Nothing but contempt for you lot and your baseless insights into football when you’ve never even kicked a ball.
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As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:53 - Jan 19 with 971 viewsDarth_Koont

As he's hopefully now on his way out, it's time... on 10:27 - Jan 19 by hype313

I'd argue that Corbyn as the alternative helped him towards that majority given the nations thoughts on him.


The perceptions of Corbyn were/are managed by the media, lied about by his opponents and lapped up by too many of the electorate.

In the same way that perceptions about Boris were/are managed by the media, lied about by his supporters and lapped up by too many of the electorate. We’re now seeing exactly what happens when those pretenses are dropped.

Unfortunately, too many people reinforced those perceptions out of self-interest and, if we’re being honest, through being fairly ignorant.

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