...THAT HE HAS NO INTENTION WHATSOEVER OF DOING ANY CLEANING FOR THE QUEENScotland, he says, is already perfectly clean enough for elderly royals.
And if she wants it any cleaner, she can jolly well send up some skivvies from one of her many palaces in London Town and they can do the scrubbing.
And if she has none spare then maybe Air Miles or one of his Blood
We give her enough money to employ staff.
Seriously, we've never heard anything so bloody laughable. Hello, this is 2016!
What cloud do these people live on?
Apparently, when the MPs had a meeting about it at Westminster, not one single Scottish MP turned up.
Gie Lizzie a brush and shovel hersel and tell her to get cleaning!!!ReplyDelete
SHE wants the country to look spick and span does she?
Well SHE can bloody well get the hell oot her Buckie Palace and get stuck in and dae some cleaning hersel. Goddamit she earns enough let HER do some bloody WORK, and I mean REAL work, for all thae millions!!!
That's what Munguin thinks. When she's finished she could run the iron over his scarf!Delete
She could run her her iron over the slithering, slippy, slimy toady that suggested this in the first place. Talk about patronising claptrap.Delete
Rory teh Tory?Delete
When she is finished would Munguin be ever so kind as send her round my place please, I have a pile of ironing that requires her attention. Thanks!ReplyDelete
If we're hiring her out, we'll need a cut of you give her... OK?Delete
Hiring be damned!Delete
I aint paying her a damned penny!
She gets more than enough as it is from Porky and co.
No cut, no deal. Munguin's rules :)Delete
To be fair to the auld wifie,it was not her who suggested it, just some Tory after an award like a Knighthood or a Lardyship.ReplyDelete
Looking at Britain and in this I include our Southern neighbours, it will take more than a brush and shovel to tidy this place up. Here we have roads which should grace some third world country, and looking at what I see in England, most of them have similar, even the bits they have a three lane motorways. The whole country looks like it has been bombed, thanks to the English (Westminster) love of weaponry. Money which was given after the second world war was spent on their A bomb when Germany used their's to rebuild and it shows. I found very little way in that shops were shut on any town on the Continent, no sign of the same level of deprivation and the auld biddy is happy to see her subjects living at that level. The tumbrils will be out if this continues but then she and dukie have had long satifying lives so perhaps the level of myopia they suffer from is natural.
Yes, I'm not blaming her for it. In fairness to the woman, like most of the tra la la that goes on around her, it's not her fault.Delete
Although she could knock the insulting nonsense on the head by simply saying NO. I hope the twit who proposed it misses out on his trinket, but knowing Britain, I doubt it.
It's a joke to be tidying up a country that is falling to pieces from neglect.
If the old biddy's at a loose end, the windows in my colonial mansion badly need cleaned.ReplyDelete
You're on the list Jakey!!!Delete
Liz the Last purrs as she sweeps as she cleans.ReplyDelete
Have you thought about a career in advertising, Dan?Delete
I won't ask your age, tris, if you don't ask mine.Delete
Deal Dan... but Munguin is 7 and he doesn't mind who knows!Delete
I hope Munguin agrees with me that a new (Scottish) broom sweeps clean. The only brush Boris needs is one through his hair.ReplyDelete
Indeed he does. He has an old brush he's going to offer to Boris, for a consideration!Delete
I doubt if the old biddy could tell the difference whether the country was clean or dirty.The only bits of the country she sees outside the Royal palaces smell of paint and new carpets.ReplyDelete
Yes. True... She opened a park near us, and the bits she could see from the park were spruced up, painted and the road resurfaced. What she wouldn't ever see was left he way it was.Delete
She must wonder why her own houses don't permanently smell of paint.
"skivvies"? old boy?ReplyDelete
Is that not the right word?Delete
If you mean a patronising and derogatory term for those who are forced to perform menial tasks for a living then it probably is the right word?Delete
I meant that is the way they look at them; not the way I look at them.Delete
Yes, I knew that anyway, heh heh!!Delete
Munguin says you're a trouble maker and I should keep clear of you!!Delete