Tuesday, 24 November 2015

NICE TO SEE YA....

TO SEE YA... 

OH WAIT, THAT WAS THAT OTHER BABBLING IDIOT

Seriously, in all your born days, did you ever see anything more... hmmm... nauseating?

No... listen, don't laugh. Someone must have actually proposed that they take this portrait standing like a bruised lemon at the bottom of some stairs pretending to be Hughie Green...except that instead of 'double your money', this little reprobate will halve it.
Image the conversation...

"Now Mr Mundell, look statesman like; no? Well, ok, look man like; too hard? OK, erm, well just stand there and look your ordinary useless self."

"Aye, well".

For those who don't know "Double Your Money" was an incredibly badly produced, cheesy, early STV/ITV quiz show (1960s/70s), much loved by my late grandmother. It was hosted by super-slimy Hughie Green, who could make your flesh creep at 100 meters.

And he wasn't half as bad as this baw heid, who, for those of you who don't know, is the Scottish Viceroy, the bloke that presented the Scotland Bill, which two committees in the Lords have pointed out is completely financially unsound and incompetent.

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  1. And I mean that most sincerely, folks!
    ;)

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    1. The sure sign that, of course, they don;t!

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  2. "super-slimy Hughie Green, who could make your flesh creep at 100 meters."

    So it wasn't just me?
    jdman

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    1. I was only little when he was around but he managed to make me feel physically sick.

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    2. I was a bit bigger but gave me the same horrible vibes as James Saville, I think he was involved in something latterly but not the same as J. Saville. I think a love child came out of the woodwork.
      David Mundell, well he is a wee Tory sweetie wifie well out of his depth, a paddling pool would be too deep.
      I am now off to give your friend and mine Tris, a real doing this afternoon. I have sat on my anger since early this morning in the hope I can deal with the little idiot rationally.

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    3. Helena

      Hughie Green's love child was Paula Yates, Bob Geldof's and Michael Hutchence's ex. See I'm not only an expert (hah) on primates.

      And sorry Tris for bringing up the sex pests of the 70s but you did mention Hughie...

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    4. Oh I didn't know any of that, PP. I just remember his terrible sleazy slimy voice, and thought he was about as far down the slimeball route you could go.

      I'd no idea he was a sex pest....

      Hum, I'm so innocent! :)

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  3. It's a wonder I made it through the 70s. Never mind the 3 day week, Hughie Green might have made your skin crawl but entertainment wise we had also had Jimmy Saville, Jonathan King, Rolf Harris and Gary Glitter. #urgh.

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    1. Ouch... Thanks for the memory...

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    2. seems the sixties and seventies people were getting away with all sorts of stuff. Never understood the JS thing, he always made my flesh creep. Never liked Jonathon King. Rolf Harris was a shock, but I heard stuff about him later with things in Australia. Gary Glitter, well never really made him but never really got beyond the glitter.

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    3. It seems like being wise after the fact, but I'm the same with Saville. I used to think, good man, loads of charity work, but what a creep. Seems I was at least partially right.

      Not really aware of Jonathon King. Never like Rolf Harris. Rather like Saville, I though all the silly noises he made were plain embarrassing.

      Mind you thins post was never about the weirdos of the 60s/70s. And I've never heard any rumours about Green. All I know was his smarmy voice made me sick.

      Just like Fluffy's smarmy voice makes me sick, and Prince Forsyth's.

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  4. I'm sure that Brucie would not like his catch-phrase associated with either Green or Mundell?

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    1. Don't be disrespectful. It's Lord Brucie or Sir Brucie or something.

      Another one that makes my flesh creep.

      But probably nowhere near as much as Fluffy.

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    2. Brucie, likes women, the younger the better, must be the money that kept them coming. Left the wife and daughters for the newer model. ( Sorry Sir Brucie)

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    3. Yes, he always seemed to have some young thing in tow. And yet, he must be one of the ugliest blokes in showbiz.

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  5. My God....where did he get that suit? Did he perhaps find it behind a food bank in Dumfries when he was doing a runner from two old ladies?

    Surely he sponges enough off us to afford bespoke clothes?

    Note to SoS for North Britain...its your tailor's job to conceal the fact that you look like a blancmange even if there is nothing he can do about you having the intellect of one!

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    1. A Fluffy Fan!

      Maybe Muddle thinks he's sufficiently good looking not to need the embellishment of Saville Row tailoring?

      In fact maybe Muddle thinks... or then again...

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