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, Lindsey Stirling - Brave Enough (feat. Christina Perri) , Paul Williams - Bar-B-Que (Jug Band). , The , Kajagoogoo - Too Shy ( Remastered Version). , SR - Let It .. , John Powell - Meet Han [1Fn]. Riflemaker has strong ties to the old Indica Gallery, where Yoko Ono first met John Lennon. For example, we did “Secret October” recently which was a fairly obscure B-side of “Union of the Snake.” Duran Duran, Arcadia, The Devils, Kajagoogoo, The Dandy Warhols what have “It's a brave new world out there. Jun 22, UB40 with Red Red Wine, Kajagoogoo's Too Shy and, er, the odd one-hit first Now That's What I Call Music! album alongside UB40 and Kajagoogoo .. The Rich DOGS of Instagram: Meet the prized pets with thousands of Brave university students from 12 different societies strip naked for a VERY.
Hard-working middle-class people cannot afford such fripperies due to the high cost of private education and BUPA. An amazing medical textbook that no self respecting doctor should be without. When god created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve. To many people the 80s were a time of mass-poverty, striking miners, poll tax riots, the IRA blowing things up, terrible public services and rising drug culture in the inner-city.
However, most of these people are whinging Northerners or PC leftists and in actual fact the 80s gave us amazing big-haired fashion, cool yuppies with mobiles the size of a kitten and wonderfully non-gay music by acts such as Erasure, Queen, The Pet Shop Boys and Kajagoogoo. Furthermore the drug issues were dealt with completely thanks to the cast of Grange Hill's 'Just Say No campaign'. During the 80s the UK was a proper United Kingdom and was ruled by Queen Margaret whose policies ensured all social problems disappeared until the arrival of Tony B-Liar.
When the world will end. The proofs of this are legion; there's the Mayan calendar, books written by people who are into the Mayan Calendar and the upcoming film by the director of Independence Day. Clearly there is far more evidence for doom in than there is for global climate change. See also Large Hadron Collider.
When someone is killed who isn't middle class. A disease that affects only gays. See also Bad Aids. Land where gypos and bums were invented. Terrible social problem affecting middle-class persons due to the strain of living in a Communist McBroon gulag.
Can only be dealt with properly with counselling and the understanding of their friends and family. See also Binge Drinking. A blue light taxi for our use. A charming country where people love the English and our Queen. It is also a country which proves millions of people with different cultures and nationalities can live together in peace and democratic harmony. See also The EU. Like them and their government, unless they can be used as a stick to beat our government with.
But they did have that nice Evita woman. Evil leftist conspiracy to create things that ordinary people don't understand and wouldn't want on or above their mantelpiece or in their conservatory. See also Modern Art. In either case, the evil scum hoody youths get away with it. A secret group of people who rule the country and hate Christians, but like the others. British colony, utopia where nothing ever goes wrong.
A drain on the tax-payer brought into the world by parents who are either teenagers or foreign. The sort not caught by white middle-aged middle-class people, who only got it because of the failings of the filthy Lefty NHS and its Asylum Seeking so-called workers.
Evil, leftist-run, liberal-fascist organisation bent on burying the middle-classes in a sea of misinformation. Only employs ethnically diverse, gay or disabled staff. Any money given by the government to people who are too lazy to work. Act of consuming alcohol to excess carried out by those of a chav persuasion due to their lack of morality and easy access to Stella.
To deal with this issue requires an iron fist - mass jailings, water cannons, assassinations of Bargain Booze workers and so on. Vile disgusting fringe political party that has some very interesting Tory policies. The only political party brave enough to stand up for the repressed indigenous population. The BNP are not a racist organisation; this is merely a smear spread by liberal-fascists who hate white, British people. One who uses an explosive device to cause harm to human targets. May or may not be a pejorative term, depending on the ethnicity and car ownership of the perpetrator.
Something to be viewed with suspicion; whilst decrying literacy levels. Isn't it out on DVD anyway? PC-Marxist nonsense where the NHS supplies free books to single mothers in a futile attempt to help educate their new arrivals.
Surely if they can't afford their own books then they're chavs and their kids are ineducable anyway? An organ which is occasionally applied for Sudoku purposes but generally it is bypassed in favour of blind prejudice and a xenophobic contempt. An untalented, unfunny, womanising nev'r do well lech representative of the social decay of Britain.
But we can't attack him too much now that he's chummy with Gordon Smart of The Sun again. White Middle Classed and Middle Aged. Before this was a stunning British success story which showed how Queen Margaret's privatisation policies would lead to cutting-edge business practices and healthy profits for shareholders.
Since they've ripped off the public and raked in huge profits whilst providing a terrible service. Weird Chinese or Japanese people who sit cross-legged and say "Ommmmmmmmmmmm" a lot.
Where I would want to go if I'm ill. A competitive marketplace designed to produce wealth. Business is a tough game and only the fittest survive. Bitter thirtysomething female who stole a job off a hardworking man thanks to Feminazi employment policies. Due to rampant promiscuity most career women will be unable to have children - which serves them right. See also Amanda Platell. What we need more of to make sure non-Mail readers aren't allowed to do and say whatever they want.
Compact fluorescent lamps - a device invented by communists and forced on us by global warming hoaxers. CFLs also emit clouds of mercury when switched on which causes brain-poisoning and makes sufferers vote New Lie-Boor. Chavs breed with other chavs and produce chavlings, thus diluting the gene pool and devolving the species. You see Darwin was right - but only about chavs.
Evil dominatrix who stops paedos going to jail. She also wrote the Human rights act and has opinions on things unlike a real woman does. Supported us in the Falklands war dontcha know? I had that Pinochet in the back of my cab once.
The result of the union between two loving, middle-class, married parents. Currently stealing our jobs and solely to blame for global warming. All Christians are law-abiding, peaceful people and will be forgiven for any breaches of this due to anti-Christian laws. Are currently being persecuted.
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A man willing to stand tall against the evil forces of political correctness gone mad. Something to pretend to read, but only if supplied free by the Mail. Would prefer it on DVD, also for free.
Useless old industry put out of its misery by the reforming Conservative government of the s. Killer drug used for recreation by hippies and career women going through their party phase.
Cocaine should be banned for many reasons - not least because people take it to enhance their sexual performance. YTS monkeys who watch for any anti-Mail or anti-Littlejohn diatribes. On Tuesdays and Fridays when Littlejohn's latest article is published, they lock the comment section down tighter than a duck's arse.
However, smart people can get round the restrictions by posing as BNP members who seem to agree with LJ's rants, but then change their minds at the end and call him a fud. Things that we agree with. An expensive baby-sitting service for yobs. Offers classes in such subjects as becoming a teen mum, turning gay and communism. Minimal teaching of the Three R's. Responsible for all the violence in the world today. In fact it is believed that if computer games had been around in the s WW2 would have been twice as bad - it is no coincidence that Sony and Nintendo are Japanese.
Our libel lawyers won't let us do this one. Main function is to waste our council taxes, fund abortions for single mothers and force small boys to have gay sex with their naturally communist teachers.
A government palace in a hell hole. The most egregious of taxes. Under the far fairer poll tax the tax burden was reversed. A social disease that only appeared in May See also Harmless fun. Three year old tot who has famous parents so we can happily take hundreds of pictures while following her round all day. If she wants privacy then she should tell her mum and dad to stop making films. Evil stinking commies led by the world's most evil man.
Lovely old cars though. Sounds unhygenic, if you ask me. Our esteemed spiritual leader. Virtuous, kind, honest and a pillar of middle England. A crusader for all that is good. See also Pinochet, Thatcher. Should be applied to all criminals. Except where the crime is car-related. Before death, an evil money-grabbing divorcee who conducted shameful affairs with foreign men, thereby bringing shame on Britain, the Queen, and her sons.
Example of how good British television was before the PC crowd got at it. A stock response to any headline, regardless of the content of the article. Often readers are disgusted with sexual images, they click onto the Mail website and are so disgusted by the wall of flesh on the right hand side of the site from top to bottom, figuratively and literally that they have to click on the pictures of celebrity X topless, or celebrity X getting out of a cab and flashing their knickers and post about how awful it is that they should be subjected to such images.
Woman who models underwear and as such is important enough to regularly feature on our web-site. We promise we've never done a Google search for that lesbian film she was in, honestly. The worst examples or the most famous celebrities also feature in the print edition of the Mail, so readers can get angry about how terrible it all is that such things go on in the world or at least masturbate without worry about ending up with a sticky keyboard.
Sadly this has gained the Mail a large following of depraved individuals who actually like these pictures.
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Such individuals often accuse the Mail of gross hypocrisy: Adjective applied to any punishment given to otherwise law-abiding people for committing crime. Portable pornography storage device. Let us define a porn unit as the ability to hold our hour of filthy video roughly MB. And whats more - children can buy them in supermarkets!
E Economics of the Madhouse: One of Littlejohn's more mature colloquialisms. The branch of the government determined to stop YOU from having a good time. If you see a traffic cone in the middle of the road and you have to swerve round it - it's Elf N Safety alright! God's gift to Britain. A rightful claim to the world. Better than everyone else and yet still screwed over by everyone else. Sexual material enjoyed by middle-class couples that helps spice-up their love lives.
Run by Europeans for the benefit of the French. The EU is a failed superstate experiment created by Hitler or Communists we can't really remember that proves millions of people with different cultures and nationalities cannot be forced to live together in peace and democratic harmony. Evil vile enemy of Britain. Wants to rob us blind. Don't like them, but like buying houses off them.
Invented by the well-known Communist Charles Darwin in order to subvert religion and pretend mankind is descended from Chimps. Gave us the nonsensical term 'survival of the fittest'. We paid more than you. Can often be found on websites bemoaning immigrants' failure to integrate into British society without a hint of irony or self-awareness.
Such people also bash immigrants without any awareness that they are also immigrants in another country. Littlejohn, writing from Florida, can also be described as an ex-pat amongst other things. Ex-pats are remarkably concerned with how British taxpayers money is spent, considering that they no longer pay British tax, or use any services provided by the British Government.
See also Immigrants or Illegal Immigrants. A person with a high degree of skill in or knowledge of a certain subject. This word is usually to be found within the Daily Mail encased in apostrophes and normally lead by the prefix so-called eg "these so-called 'experts' Causes cancer, obesity and murder.
All social networks are evil and full of paedophiles and German murderers. Food chavs eat which is why they all weigh 25 stone. Not to be confused with the quick recipes that the Daily Mail offers, these meals are fast, yes, but in a classy way - especially if washed down with a nice bottle of wine.
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See also Fat, Obese. The state of being not quite anorexic which affects beautiful Hollywood actresses, who nonetheless are still somewhat thinner than Liz Jones. See also Fast Food, Obese. Does not exist, made up by PC Feminists. Legendary physicist Enrico Fermi posed the question 'if the universe is full of intelligent beings, then where are they?
However, commenters on the Daily Mail's website know the answer - the aliens are hiding because they're dismayed at what Gordon Broon has done to England. Film and video-game violence: Film and video-game violence causes children to act out sick fantasies such as painting themselves yellow and cannibalising defenceless ghosts, running over Harri Krishnas in a stolen car or slicing off the ears of local gangsters.
Member of Parliament who by rights we should hate - her crimes include being female, being a member of ZaNuLieboor and parading around flashing her legs. Unfortunately she has a certain 'effect' on many of our male readers and as such we must feature regular colour pictures of her wearing short dresses to keep our circulation up and our male readers up.
A sinister new-Lieburr cabal whose mission is to tell the British people what to eat. Surely if hard-working taxpayers want to eat 25 packets of crisps a day due to depression caused by the socialist dictatorship they endue, then that is their prerogative? Shouldn't be a crime. It was a healthy country sport enjoyed by law-abiding citizens until it was banned by Nu LieBoor. Because young people can no longer enjoy dogs ripping apart foxes in their spare time they have instead turned to marijuana-smoking which - there's a shock - was made totally legal by Blair's dastardly minions.
Stunningly beautiful up and coming Hollywood starlet. In all fairness we must point out that she's a bit thin, those tattoos make her look trampy and she can't act. She's also going out with Uncle Derek from the Sarah Connor Chronicles, who's old enough to be her older brother - oh my God!
The voice of truth in Communist-dominated America. Full of foreigners but have sensible policies on ethnic integration and lots of cheap booze. Country of cowardly garlic-eating strikers who make hard-working British holidaymakers lives a misery. A great place to buy property and home of Mrs Sarcozy - she's lovely, isn't she? Just like Jackie Kennedy but with nudie pictures.
Only committed by PC NuLab supporting company executives, and not people who find tax loopholes like we do.Murray Head - One Night In Bangkok (cassette)
An economic idea appealed to when it suits one, and abhorred when it does not. For example; economic migrants are to be reviled, yet cheap food in supermarkets is our birthright. Favourite Duran Duran Moment s — Loved the fragrance launch, it was brilliant, and I think people like it.
However, the BBC4 documentary was my highlight. It was a major event for us, and we had the relatives from Peru in town, who got in to the World Cup finals for the first-time ages. I watch very little TV, more of a documentary watcher. It has a Michael Jackson feel to it. So, my Duran moment: I also really enjoyed making the BBC 4 documentary: Personal Highlight — Teaching Julian how to tie a necktie! Looking Forward to in — Working on the record again and bringing it to completion… going to Cayman Islands… our little mini tour of the America.
JOHN Event s of the Year — I really had to give this one some thought…but actually the news item that got me jumping up and down with glee the most this year was France banning cell phones in schools. I think phones make school very challenging for teachers and it was gutsy of France to do it. Movie s — There are three so far: It is kind of about polish folk music. It is a beautiful film, and I recommend it. She is amazing, and has a great approach to self-realization.
The book uses a lot of history to show us how far we have come. He is such a great detective character. I love the books, the audio books and the series. She is my favorite on TV right now. Those are my three favorites this year. I am a big fan of Julia Holter. I just got the Anderson.
The documentary was a lot of fun to do and everyone who saw it really seemed to love it. I really had to step out of my comfort zone to do it. I had a really good time doing it. Looking Forward to in — Well, we have a couple of gigs in February, which should be fun.
We have started work on new material, I can tell you this: I am very excited about going back to this project. I think in March we will go back writing in the Studio.
For me, so far, that would have to be that we went back in to the Studio to work on new material. I have to say, it has been so exciting, I think we have the start of something quite special.
It was a great year for exhibitions. I found them to be very nourishing.
I went to see the Jusepe de Ribera show. I was bowled over. Beautifully staged and curated, pretty much perfect. I also saw the Picasso show at the Tate Modern. It was a great concept. A lot of music in it too. I highly recommend it. Book s — I always buy picture books, and this year, I bought a few books that are particularly good by my favorite new Japanese photographer, Daisuke Yokota.
He makes exquisite handmade books. I think he is the most creative force to come out in quite a number of years. Very radical, inventive and modern. People really seemed to like it. The other unusual thing we did was our fragrance launchwhich was in October. My part of that was coordinating with the design team on the look and the packaging.