11 comments on “This might tell us more about Will Self than we want to know

  1. Not that I’ve ever heard of her, but she has gone up in my estimation from absolute zero to a non-zero but still small, less than 1, number on a scale of 0 to a million.

    No doubt about it, Will Self is a cnut.

  2. Not that I’ve ever heard of her, but she has gone up in my estimation from absolute zero to a non-zero but still small, less than 1, number on a scale of 0 to a million.

    No doubt about it, Will Self is a cnut. It says a lot for the stupidity of leftie wimmin that it wasn’t obvious when she met him. Perhaps she’s a cnut too.

  3. From the look of her pinched little mug her problem with men who take Viagra –and indeed men who don’t–is that none of them have much interest in her.

    I suspect her drug of choice for men is some preparation of Soy and lots of it.

  4. The word my mother used to use as a euphemism for “cock” when I was a small boy was “self”, as in

    “stop playing with your “self”, it’s not nice in public”
    “wash your hands after you touch your “self”

    I never knew anyone else who used that instead of, say willy, but on that usage, Will Self becomes something like

    Dick Cock

  5. Not knowing anything about Deborah Orr or Will Self (something to be thankful for, I suspect), what I will note is that Orr doesn’t seem to understand what erectile dysfunction actually is, or what Viagra actually does.

    Then again, we’re talking The Guardian, aren’t we?

  6. This raises an issue.
    If we have now discovered that Viagra can be sold over the counter at acceptable risk, how many other drugs does this apply to?
    Ventolin is sold without prescription in Spain and Greece (and for less than the prescription charge). There must be many others.
    Think of the time that could be saved for both doctors and patients wherever the requirement for prescriptions was abolished. Both have plenty else to do.

  7. There are also drugs that are on prescription where the higher dose is available over the counter.

    Aspirin. As taken by plenty of old people and pretty much everyone who has had or is at risk from a heart attack.
    Prescribed and at a lower dose than the over the counter version my chemist or supermarket sells.

    I get 2 epipens at a time from the chemist on prescription. $600 in the US, £53 for the pair it costs the NHS.
    And 99% plus of them are disposed of without being used – not a massively long shelf life. A 30 year old drug.

    So yes lots of money could be saved. Question is what price are people willing to pay to save money?

  8. You know how Roman emperors were supposed to have that memento mori bloke who stood behind them and whispered, “remember thou too shalt die.”? Will Self needs something like that, except it would be a bloke who whispers “remember thou art a colossal cunt” and then nuts him.

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