Memo to the White House

True, Donald might well enjoy this but still:

The White House said this week the UK and US could become even “closer” when Theresa May meets Donald Trump on Friday.

If that is to be the case, they might have to start by spelling her name correctly.

The president’s press office sent out a memo highlighting Mr Trump’s Oval Office meeting with the Prime Minister on Friday. However, the release sent to media organisations dropped the h” in all three mentions of her full name.

“In the afternoon, the President will partake in a bilateral meeting with United Kingdom Prime Minister, Teresa May. A joint press conference between the two parties follows,” the first misspelling in the initial email read.

Useful hint:

On the right is Teresa May, a glamour model (not porn star, flaunting assets rather than recording the details of penetration) of a certain comfortable age and a certain comfortable shape. On the left, the British Prime Minister, Theresa May.

We Brits think the difference worth noting. Only one of them is in a position to fuck the country, the other is only about sex.

17 comments on “Memo to the White House

  1. You know, I can’t help think we would be better off being ruled by Teresa rather than Theresa May. She would be easier on the eyes it is true, but I can’t help feeling her policies would be better for Britain.

    Even if they weren’t, I bet she would get a better trade deal out of Trump

  2. And I’d bet that Dress Up wishes she looked liked Teresa, Not quite enough to give up her Boss Baggage bit but very near.

  3. I dunno, this is a tough one.

    I really, really hate silicon. And I know that Theresa, who is not shy at putting the puppies on show, is not enhanced in that respect.

  4. BraveFart – “I really, really hate silicon. And I know that Theresa, who is not shy at putting the puppies on show, is not enhanced in that respect.”

    I am theoretically opposed to silicon but I have no strong views on Teresa’s alleged usage. I would need to look into the matter. And while I agree Theresa is no less shy about putting her puppies on show than Teresa is, I wish she wouldn’t be. If I want to look at those puppies I would prefer to watch Crufts.

    I can’t get the picture of Trump head banging to Smack my B!tch Up as Theresa May walks in out of my head. It is probably just me.

  5. I am theoretically opposed to silicon

    Silicon was instrumental in delivering your comment. Silicone, on the other hand … [/pendant]

  6. Her title is Prime Minister May, only foreigners such as Casenova (the frog) require the name of their country eg. ‘French Prime Minister’, ‘Greek Prime Minister’ etc.
    It is the same with Royalty.
    ‘The Queen’ means Brenda II, the head of foreign royalty is ‘The Queen of Luxembourg’, ‘The King of Spain’ etc.

  7. BII,

    the Mrs. adds nothing so is not necessary, same as Lance-Corporal Jones.

    You could have The Prime Minister, Mrs. May or The Former Prime Minister, David Cameron or The Former Lance-Corporal, Jack Jones.

  8. BobRocket:
    “…only foreigners such as Casenova (the frog) require the name of their country…”
    But that bit appears to be a quote from a White House press release. As an American statement, the stipulation as to “the United Kingdom” Prime Minister is appropriate – although the usual usage would be “British,” I would think.

  9. @BobRocket, January 27, 2017 at 2:00 pm
    “Her title is Prime Minister May, only foreigners such as Casenova (the frog) require the name of their country eg. ‘French Prime Minister’, ‘Greek Prime Minister’ etc.
    It is the same with Royalty.
    ‘The Queen’ means Brenda II, the head of foreign royalty is ‘The Queen of Luxembourg’, ‘The King of Spain’ etc.”

    Yep. Also RN, RAF, Postage Stamps, Coins, RNIB, RNLI etc. UK/Britain not mentioned as we were first. Thank you Henry VIII & William of Orange.

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