Dear, benevolent, caring, kind Mrs May has decided to grant us a little reward for …well, not quite sure what for, but for something. She’s like that. All erm… heart?


Despite the figures here showing the expected drop in UK GDP (depending on the kind of exit), Mrs May remains cheerful, not least because her husband is very rich and, once she is dumped she can do a Lord Lawson and bugger off to pastures new within the EU. (Note from Munguin: Why does she not do that NOW?)

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At a cost then, of some £120 million pounds, she’ll be glad of the good old Magic Money Tree, which she has been tending with what passes in Downing Street for loving care, and guarding it against encroachment by Mrs Arlene “Sticky Fingers” Orange-Foster, every time she drops in at Downing Street to ensure that no heathen practices have been taking place in her absence.

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There are so many events already planned for the day of joy, which I assume will be held in London, the capital city of what she calls our precious union (me neither), the highlights of which you can see laid out below.

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It is intended to hold this “celebration” in 2022, which coincidentally is the anniversary of another thing that I couldn’t care less about, the accession to the throne of the queen, 70 years before, always assuming we don’t have King Charles and Queen Mrs Parker Bowles by then.

Frankly, I doubt Mrs May will be there to join in the joyful celebrations of her fellow Englishmen based on the fact that even the incredibly Tory-friendly Andrew Marr on the Tory-friendly BBC, left her stuttering over the Northern Ireland border situation this morning as he pointed out that the WTO will demand a border, by law. Either she is incredibly thick, or she just believes that Laws are things for other countries.

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It’ll be Lend Lease and a couple of packs of hydrated mashed potatoes. Children running after trucks in the hope of buns. Old people, cankerous sores bleeding and pustulating, cry out for jam and the rest of us pretend the BBQ is not supplied by Battersea Dogs Home. Oh, joy!

Here’s someone who is clearly looking forward to the event with enthusiasm.


If by chance there turns out to be a large number of us Jocks hoping to make our way to see if the streets of London really are paved with gold… or paved at all, for that matter, Munguin might consider lending you his tandem.

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Thanks to BJSAlba for the cartoon…

20 thoughts on “WE’RE GONNA HAVE A PARTY”

  1. Medical supplies will be severely threatened by Brexit. Elderly people, on the whole, are the age group most heavily dependent on medication. Elderly people were the age group most in favour of Brexit. There will be wonderful irony therefore if Brexit Cuts a swathe through the population segment which voted most enthusiastically for it.

    My inclination to schadenfreude, however, is somewhat diminished by the prospect of being collateral damage (as an old git myself) in my contemporaries’ stupidity.

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    1. Ah, I can see the flaw there.

      It does, however, give one a warm feeling to know that her majesty, also an old git, will get special treatment in these matters. If the worst comes to the worst, I’m sure that one of her European royal relatives will put her up at their palaces.

      So that should be a weight off your mind.


  2. I’m planning my menu already for the street party already.
    Tripe & Union Soup
    Chlorination Chicken

    for afters, I reckon some kind of crumble.

    Oh aye, an a wee cuppa tea and an Empire biscuit

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  3. Aye Conan
    Will you have room in the business for someone with experience of baking rats and cats?
    I get the feeling you’re onto a winner there.
    I was thinkng of a new wheelbarrow to collect the waste food to feed to the pigs but then realised there won’t be much in the way of scraps in this area, I’ll need to move to be near westmonster as they will have plenty of black market material.
    Strange the EBC swing on the MAcedonia referendum, what don’t they get about a referendum/election being won on a turn out of 40%, we get a government based on the winner getting less than that.Dear untruthful gets her tuppence worth repeated, she won the last Scottish Parliament elections with 6 seats, fairs fair.
    You’ll have had your englandland democracy.
    I await your call re the new job, i’m a dab hand at quick fries.

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    1. Macedonia… Completely don’t understand what the fuss is about.

      Luxembourg is the southernmost province of Wallonia and of Belgium. It borders on the country of Luxembourg, France, and the Belgian provinces of Namur and Liège. Its capital is Arlon, in the south-east of the province. It has an area of 4,443 km², making it the largest Belgian province. Wikipedia
      Area: 4,443 km²
      Population: 281,972 (1 Jan 2016)

      Not sure why, if it can work for Belgium and Luxembourg, it can’t work for Greece and Macedonia.


  4. Tris

    Lets hope they charge for tickets so we can see how many people actually support this shit. This country is actually beyond satire now, what a shambles. That woman really gives me the creeps every time I see her, she really does. There is something frightening about her, she is def in the Esther McVey league of creepiness.


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        1. “I don’t go so far as to think that the only good Tories are the dead Tories, but I believe nine out of every 10 are.
          And I shouldn’t like to inquire too closely into the case of the tenth.”

          There’s one for Danny…

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