To be grossly, hopelessly, masculinist

You’d need to be paid £1.2 million to legover that too, wouldn’t you?

21 thoughts on “To be grossly, hopelessly, masculinist”

  1. Mmmm… Difficult to assess without seeing the rack. And she does have a complete set of legs? But certainly 8/10

  2. “A close pal told MailOnline: “Russell’s wife believed he was seduced by the money and gifts. She gave him lots of expensive gifts and made sure that he was always by her side.”

    That’s a woman thinking. I mean, the gifts are nice, but you’ve got to be a pretty sad fucker if personalised number plates raises your interest in a woman rather than a pretty face and the suggestion of Ugandan negotiations.

  3. Daphne : Oh, come on now, Dr Crane. It’s not like men have never used sex to get what they want.

    Frasier : How can we possibly *use* sex to get what we want? Sex *is* what we want!

  4. Steve: Can’t see how pointy her elbows are, 2/10

    For heaven’s sake, man, she’s a princess so you can take the pointy elbows as read.

    I mean look, even a plastic parvenu princess has pointy elbows: see how deflated Californian Harry has become from all the little puncture wounds.

  5. May I suggest that from her point of view she was handing out small tokens of affection? That she regards a million over a couple of years as small change?

  6. I could, if unmarried, even do it for free. But without the makeup, seeing the moustache and monobrow growing back, and putting up with the stench of cigarettes and the imperious manner, I’d appreciate a little incentive or two.

  7. @ John Lewis christmas advert
    She is Princess Haya Bint al-Hussein. I rate her ex-husband Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum highly for almost single handedly bringing British Flat horse racing into the modern era, and then doing likewise for international racing.
    Greyhound racing by contrast has gone to the dogs.

  8. What’s the old saying – I don’t pay them to sleep with me, I pay them to go away (or, in this case, stay schtum)

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