Munguin’s guest of horror honour this year at the Munguin Towers Hallowe’en Party is an orange creature called President Trump-Biscuit.

…so special security had to be laid on with this bruiser.
There were, as ever, other orange attendees, the Pumpkin twins and their little brother.
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Fortunately, this orange object wasn’t invited.
But a good time was had by all. Some, as you can see got pretty ‘lit-up’!
Although Trump-Biscuit looks a bit unhappy… maybe because Munguin kinda eclipsed him in the importance stakes, or maybe he’d just seen an immigrant!
And then, when everyone had gone home, Airfarce 1 couldn’t fit into Munguin’s private airfield and Trump-Biscuit had to stay the night.
Scruffy Bear  (a close friend of Munguin’s) was thinking of standing for the next election. He has, after all, all the requisite qualifications. He’s orange and, has silly blond hair, but, unlike the present incumbent, he’s cute.


How does that work again?

Made in Eastasia.
I’d happily chip in, Mexico…
Ruth showing how fit she is for high office.
A teacher got hold of one of his letters and corrected it for him.


Just make him go away, PLEASE.



For some time now we have been under strict orders not to mock the iconic blue passports which will be introduced sometime…who knows when… after the UK leaves the EU.


Munguin has been, more or less, careful to heed the instructions of MPs.

Who, after all, is he, a mere media mogul, to disobey the commands of our richers and betters?

It’s been hard not to snigger at the passports, though, for several reasons.

After all, they won’t actually be iconic, because in the 21st century, passports from Canada to New Zealand, from Albania to Zambia, meet international standards of size, shape and layout, so that they can be read by electronic readers at every airport across the globe. And the standard has for some time been set by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

And the UK’s EU passport could have been blue in any case. The red colour was only a Brussels’ suggestion. Croatian EU passports, for example, are blue!

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Add all that to the fact that they will be manufactured in France and  “iconic” (iconique) melds easily into “ironic” (ironique).

But enough of that, for there is something even more exciting to celebrate… and not in any way to mock or sneer at. Today, in his budget, Mr Hammond (you know, the cheery looking bloke with the smiley face? Aye, well, not him, the other one with the long face that looks like he lost a shilling and found a sixpence) will announce another Brexit bonus.

Yes. The UK is to have a new 50p coin, issued on the day it leaves the EU.

What about that then. eh?

In retrospect, we probably should have warned you to be sitting down before you read it. But for those of you who are still with us and haven’t passed out with excitement, it is true. A celebration of Brexit will be made available to us all, even readers in Scotland (probably).!£!£$

And in a bid to send out a positive signal to the world, it is expected to bear the phrase, ‘Friendship With All Nations’. Doesn’t that tug at your heart?

So, y’know, people from Kenya to Kazakhstan who lay their hands on a 50p piece (worth next to nothing) will be aware that Britain wishes them friendship, in a sort of isolationist way, because, obviously, it is better than everyone else.


It was The Sun what done it.

According to that august organ:

“The Sun has campaigned for the Government to create an enduring gesture to mark Brexit as a landmark national moment, such as a special stamp or coin.”

It continued:

“The commemorative coin has had to be personally signed off by the Queen, as it will bear her head.” (This gave them an excuse to include a photo of Liz, which always goes down well with Sun readers., although for the more sophisticated taste of Munguin readers we thought this more appropriate.)

And, if there’s anything left in the shops, just imagine what fun you can have spending it.

You could hope for a sale at Poundland…

Or you could get a tattoo… as long as you weren’t too fussy about spelling.

Or maybe a second-hand hat? (Note from Munguin: You’ve fallen for the crowd-pleasing photo of Liz, you idiot!)

This place gets madder by the day.

Soppy Sunday

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Ah yes… it’s Sunday, isn’t it?
n spooky
Must be getting near Halloween.
n pussy
n z.jpg
I’m a stripey horse.

n playmates

Let’s wrestle

n poler
That’s a great slide… come on, have a go…
n dorset
n dug
I’m coming… hold on.
n cassis
Cassis, France.
n calf
OK, so I bet you can’t do that!
n d cof
MMMMM that was good. Did I get any on my nose?
n barn
Barn owl.
n 9th-century Monastery of Tatev in southeastern Armenia
Tateu Monastery, Armenia.
n fierce
This is how you look fierce, OK?
n easter island inac
Easter Island.
n fox2
Who’s cute then?
n bears.jpg
Bears in the woods… No, they’re singing.
n green sea turtle.jpg
Green sea turtle.
n s gre8
Greenland wilderness.
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This is my little baby so make your way out quietly and we’ll see you next week.



Well, if the Tories say so, it must be true…
…or maybe not so much.
What does “guarantee mean, Fluffs? Any ideas?
Well, no, absolutely not, except we are?
!!!!!!promises proises
Tell me, Douglas, how could we get a better trade deal than we have now?
I’m sure the Tories will look after the farmers… Oh, wait. A bit like the fisherman, they talk a good talk, but…
So, yeah. Has Dom just let something out of the bag?





They can do up the Westminster parliament at a cost of between £3.5 bn and £5.6 bn and rising; they can do up Buckingham Palace at a cost of £370 million and rising; they can renew a nuclear defence capacity that they don’t even control and can’t use independently, at a cost of £170 bn and rising… but apparently, they can’t keep the lights on at night.

What an utter joke the government is.