Isisbridge

Isisbridge

Posted on 06/13/2017


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Tiny Tim almost lost his seat

Tiny Tim almost lost his seat
lone supporter of the EU

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Frank Roolooth
Frank Roolooth
It should have a H after the W because he loves to whine - he probably loves to wine and dine too.
3 months ago.
Isisbridge has replied to Frank Roolooth
Well done for spotting the deliberate mistake! Your prize will be a night out with TF.

Can you also spot the missing W and G in his surname?
3 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
Frank Roolooth has replied to Isisbridge
Thank you but I'll give the meal with him a miss as I'm choosy who I dine with.
You have me baffled with the Farron puzzle.
3 months ago. Edited 3 months ago.
Isisbridge has replied to Frank Roolooth
Put a 'W' in the middle and a 'G' at the end, and what do you have?
FAR WRONG Farron!
3 months ago.
Frank Roolooth has replied to Isisbridge
Far Wrong sounds a bit like one of those mock Chinese names that they would use in Christmas Pantomine but you know we could export Farron to China. He would do a great job for British exports of scarecrows to China.
3 months ago.
Isisbridge has replied to Frank Roolooth
They don't have Rs in Chinese, so I think they'd pronounce it Fallon or Fa-wong.

But no, you've heard how sensible parties such as UKIP get described as 'far right'?
Well, Lib Dems are the Far Wrong party, and Simple Tim is their far wrong leader.
3 months ago. Edited 3 months ago.
Frank Roolooth
Frank Roolooth
No R's in chinese? I didn't know that - so there is not chance of communist China turning to the Right? I know that a lot of Indian people can't pronounce a V, so for instance when they try to say village it comes out as willage. I'm just wondering are there any sounds that we find impossible, if there are I will try to avoid the countries where they are used as my attempts to pronounce the words may cause offence or the sound that I make might be that of a word not suitable to the situation - are any of these letters going to cause problems abroad U K I P ?
3 months ago.
Isisbridge has replied to Frank Roolooth
China might yet see the light. But in Merkel's Germany, the U of UKIP could be a bit 'oo'.
3 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
Isisbridge
Isisbridge
And here's Mr Tiny Tim Far-wrong resigning:
www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/tim-farron-resigns
2 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
Isisbridge
Isisbridge
And here's Mrs True Right talking good sense:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tjhlv0QLzrc
3 weeks ago.