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Cruel, cruel, comment of the day

Jacinda Ardern’s wedding night video.

Brings a whole new meaning to “Give a dog a bone”.

John Galt

A small note for non-English/British readers. We make jokes about, take the piss out of, insult, absolutely everything. It’s the defining feature of our culture. It may indeed be that this specific individual is not greatly enamoured of the fragrant Ms. Ardern’s looks. It’s even possible that you are or are not.

But that’s not the point. It’s a witty, if insulting, joke. At which point it’s a good joke to be shared because it’s witty, however insulting.

It’s also, to be honest, nothing about the fragrant Ms. Ardern. Hmm, OK, very little.

‘N’ if you don’t like that then you can fuck off ‘n’ all, right?

16 thoughts on “Cruel, cruel, comment of the day”

  1. Wish I’d never bloody mentioned it now.

    Even visions of being tag-teamed by Alice Weidel and Sahra Wagenknecht cannot dispel the trauma.

    The horror, the horoor…

  2. “Fellatio is probably contra-indicated with those teeth.” Cue further jokes along the lines of “Give a dog a…”.

  3. I grew up with teeth like that, but I was self-aware enough to learn how to hold my damn mouth so that I didn’t look like a bloody donkey.

    Obwhich, this is something that has puzzled me for decades. Do Americans have some form of congenital facial muscle weakness? Every portrayal in the media has them with either their jaw nearly dragging on the floor, or with their lips pulled back in some garstley rictus grin.

  4. jgh

    Americans comedians endlessly recycle the trope of us Brits having bad teeth (admittedly often with some justification) indicating they have never been near Appalachia. Mind you the lefty scum also hate Appalachians.

    But at least we’ve learned to keep our mouths shut.

  5. jgh

    It is a racial trait in the agricultural MidWest to have this thick set jawline that is so heavy it is impossible to keep the mouth closed. I’m talking Indiana kind of parts. Is it inbred ? Is it a throwback to the Mitteleuropa orScandinavian settlers of the 19th Century ?

    I guess also if you have just spent the equivalent of the national debt of Bolivia on getting your choppers fixed, you’d want to show them off.

  6. Dennis, Inconveniently Noting Reality

    It is a racial trait in the agricultural MidWest to have this thick set jawline that is so heavy it is impossible to keep the mouth closed. I’m talking Indiana kind of parts. Is it inbred ? Is it a throwback to the Mitteleuropa orScandinavian settlers of the 19th Century ?

    Whatever it is, it would allow them to pass unnoticed in much of northern England today.

  7. Ms Hard-on deserves an injection of whatever substance after her maniacal insistence of clod-shots for all.
    The fellow has my respect – a difficult and probably blindfolded job for him.

  8. “A small note for non-English/British readers.”

    Your non-Brit readers thought it was hilarious, once we figured out who she was.

  9. I wonder if this is the same John Galt I used to bump into at the now-defunct Counting Cats?

    The very same.

    Still Manx/Irish though, so not quite so “English” in my humour as Timmy might suppose.

  10. @John Galt…

    It wouldn’t matter if you came from Bongobongoland… It was still a fecking brilliant comment!!

    Thanks for giving oy a good larf… 🙂

  11. @John

    Last time I saw a smile like that it was talking to Shrek in Eddie Murphy’s voice

    Last time I saw a set of gnashers like that they had a Quint in them.

    All levity aside, I hope she gets incurable cancer very soon.

  12. “I kiss her for the first time, and then I take her home.
    I’m invited in for coffee and I give the dog a bone.
    She likes to go to discos but she’s never on her own.
    I said I’ll see you later and I give her some old chat,
    but it’s not like that on the TV when it’s cool for cats…..”

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