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    It’s the dumbest female alive’s emergency Easter open thread!


    by Katy on 5th April, 2007 at 3:49 pm    

    (That’s me, folks. “One of the dumbest females alive”, according to the Dude. Be careful what you say to me, I’m probably not capable of understanding it.)

    Yes, it IS an emergency, actually. It is an emergency because if an open thread doesn’t go up here soon people are going to start actually chopping each other up with axes in the Iran sailors thread. So come! Come to the warm loving open arms of the emergency Easter Thread, where weapons are prohibited and peace and love reign supreme.

    Okay, so you may not be celebrating Easter as such, in which case booooo, because Easter is lovely and chocolatey*. Nothing says “hurrah for the rising again of the Son of God” like a big hollow chocolate egg wrapped in tinfoil and accompanied by six chocolates and perhaps a free eggcup with “Cadburys” written on it. But even so, it’s spring! Springy springy spring. It’s green, it’s sunny, it’s blossomy, it’s bloomy, the air is full of pollen and it’s giving me a permanently itchy throat. So stop arguing about whether Russia is nicer than England or Iran is more mature than France, and pour your energy into finding stuff to make me laugh instead. The usual open thread rules apply: no politics, no whingeing, no squalling, no politics, no biting, no kicking, no punching, no politics, no offensive weapons, no politics, no foreign policy and no politics.

    And you’ve all got to be nice to each other or I’m taking the open thread away. I mean it.

    *Or so I hear. I don’t do Easter either. I am stuck with Passover, which celebrates the escape of early Jewish types from Egyptian tyranny. In fact, they were in such a hurry to leave that they couldn’t be bothered to wait for their bread to rise, which means that now, eight zillion years later, I can’t eat anything with flour, rice or pulses** in it for a whole week. Well, thank you very much, early Jewish people. No, really. Thanks a MILLION.

    **If I were a Sephardi Jew instead of an Ashkenazi Jew I’d be able to eat rice and pulses, but I’m not. Boooo.

    Sunny adds: For added Easter spirit, here is my article on this holiday.



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    1. Leon — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:05 pm  

      Wayhey, our front desk [at work] were just giving away little Easter eggs!:D

    2. Kismet Hardy — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:12 pm  

      You Picklers really have been wasting all that intellect you’ve blessed yourselves with. Why not put your mind to something useful for once?

      On Thursday April 12th, Jodie Marsh will be getting a new tattoo, chosen for her by the public. Send your suggestions to:

      http://www.bizarremag.com/weird_world/how_bizarre_is/5455/exclusive.html

    3. sonia — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:22 pm  

      thanks Katy!

      I love Easter - always have! it’s brilliant

      long live chocolate eggs.

      and glorious sunshine this weekend?

      and once i wrap up..in about an hour..i don’t go back to work till …next wednesday! Hooray! ( one of the few perks of working for a *poor little charity* :-))

      what are you all upto?

    4. sabinaahmed — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:29 pm  

      You are right Katy,spring is in the air and it is so lovely outside.I have the previllage of being an examiner for the Commonwealth Essay competetion and have to finish marking nearly 300 entries!
      Hard work though it is, but it is so enlightning and an honour to read the writings of 15-18 year olds from the 52 countries of the World. They write with such openness and maturity of mind that it is humbling.It gives you such a good feeling for the future to read their views. To know how much they hate racism,wars,and poverty and how they want to change all this. Some write about their own experience of being a victim of racism and their ideas as to how understanding can be promoted.It is amazing and am humbled.
      On a lighter note,on the BBC`s Today website there are some hillarious famous newspaper headlines, here are my favorate few.
      Iraq head seeks arms.
      Something went wrong in jet crash,eperts say.
      Miners refuse to work after death.
      Pensioner drowned after long illness.
      Panda mating fails;Vet takes over.
      War dims hope of peace.
      Man struck by lightning faces battery charges.
      Enjoy the sunshine and the time off.

    5. raz — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:29 pm  

      Pakistan’s first zombie movie:

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=8y0FeYKeqh0

    6. Leon — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:29 pm  

      what are you all upto?

      Dinner tonight with a friend or two, shopping tomorrow (West End), mates on Saturday, sleep Sunday, Monday…er..:)

    7. Kismet Hardy — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:30 pm  

      I’m going to Ben Crouch’s Tavern in Oxford Circus to drink my own bodyweight in beer. All I need is friends to buy me that beer. Which is where you come in. Please come. I mean I’d say please come I’ll buy you a beer, but that would be contradicting myself. Please buy me beer

    8. Sid Love — on 5th April, 2007 at 4:48 pm  

      I’m off to see Allah Made Me Funny tomorrow. You know, Muslim stand-up. Looking forward to it.

      I like Easter because its one of places where Muslim and Christian versions of the Biblical liturgy actually converge.

      I’m shall be spending the holiday in quiet prayer, invocation, reading and reflection. And smoking a big bag of weed.

    9. sonia — on 5th April, 2007 at 5:13 pm  

      sounds like great fun leon..

      oh im so jealous sid! a big bag of weed - YUM YUM. let us know what the muslim stand up was like..

      id buy you a beer KH alas im not going in that general direction heh heh

      ( *wonders what Kismet Hardy is like in RL*..)

    10. Leon — on 5th April, 2007 at 5:16 pm  

      ( *wonders what Kismet Hardy is like in RL*..)

      Hehe I can’t wait to meet him!

    11. sonia — on 5th April, 2007 at 5:34 pm  

      me too!

    12. Kulvinder — on 5th April, 2007 at 5:35 pm  

      My sister is going through a Ferrero Rocher binge cycle, and has told everyone not to buy her any (ah the desperate pleas of addicts). Obviously i’ve gone out today and bought two big boxes :D I was looking for a proper Ferrero Rocher egg, but they don’t do them.

    13. Kulvinder — on 5th April, 2007 at 5:35 pm  

      Anatidaephobia

      The fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.

    14. sonia — on 5th April, 2007 at 5:51 pm  

      oooh Ferroro Rocher…im a big binger on those as well./ heh ferrero rocher and weed and im a happy girl..

    15. Chairwoman — on 5th April, 2007 at 6:02 pm  

      Kulvinder - Ferraro Rocher eggs are sold at Tescos.

    16. Sid Love — on 5th April, 2007 at 6:12 pm  

      In the 80s I used to wear Armani. Nowadays i wear Cherokee and George ASDA cuz I’m down wid the kids.

    17. Kulvinder — on 5th April, 2007 at 6:22 pm  

      Yeah but they’re just little ferrero rocher’s stuck in a plastic egg, it isn’t a special big ferrero rocher.

    18. bananabrain — on 5th April, 2007 at 6:22 pm  

      i just thought i’d tell katy that i’m having rice tonight - and had houmous on matzah with chilli mayonnaise and smoked salmon for lunch. hurrah for being sephardi. mrs bananabrain has never been so happy on pessah. in fact, according to this, no weed for ashkies either, only for us sephardis. muwahahahaha. actually, i’ve never smoked anything in my life, but it does you good to gloat once in a while.

      b’shalom

      bananabrain

    19. bananabrain — on 5th April, 2007 at 6:22 pm  

      sorry, forgot to post the actual link:

      http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/842733.html

      b’shalom

      bananabrain

    20. sabinaahmed — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:03 pm  

      What does this mean? Am really confused.this thread was started by Katy right? Who is Peter Suber and what does this mean/ Please somebody tell me!

    21. justforfun — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:12 pm  

      Katy’s MI5 handler perhaps?

      Justforfun

    22. Ms_XtReMe — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:15 pm  

      Chocolate makes me happy. Who’s buying?

      /Muskaan.

    23. Pistol Pete — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:21 pm  

      Check out the latest juicy bit of religious art being unveiled tonight in NYC. It’s posted as “Art for Christ’s Sake” on my blog “Necessary Therapy”.

    24. Vikrant — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:26 pm  

      *grr*

      I’m stuck in this hot unbelievably hot Deccan village where they apparently havent heard of Easter eggs… I guess thats a small price to pay for tracing my family tree!

    25. El Cid — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:41 pm  

      There was an interesting discussion last week about swastikas.
      Here’s a variation:
      http://tinyurl.com/2rf8lb
      No, it’s not Alabama or Mississippi but Easter in Spain

    26. Vikrant — on 5th April, 2007 at 7:47 pm  

      El Cid,

      Frankly i dont give a rat’s ass for Swatikas. I was just pissed of about a bunch of rabid smartass kids from Bronx censoring Swastika’s from Hinduism article on a website that has a readership of over 65 million people.

    27. Katy Newton — on 5th April, 2007 at 8:20 pm  

      Oooh, I could really eat a huge wodge of chocolate right now.

      Must… resist… lure… of chocolate…

      Fortunately I don’t think we’ve got any.

    28. Katy Newton — on 5th April, 2007 at 8:20 pm  

      *rises magnificently above Sephardi gloating*

    29. William — on 5th April, 2007 at 11:19 pm  

      I have not had an easter egg must be since I was a kiddie pops. However my girlfreind bought me one a couple of weeks ago. She said because they were two for £2 or something. She has eaten hers already about a week ago just like an impatient baby eh! Of course I am being grown up and waiting for easter day to eat mine.

    30. Clairwil — on 6th April, 2007 at 12:00 am  

      No Pulses! That is very wrong. Is there some Jewish authority we can petition?

      I shall shake my fist at God tonight and no mistake.

      My plans for the long weekend include a bit work and eating as much cheese on toast as I can.

    31. Ms_XtReMe — on 6th April, 2007 at 12:19 am  

      I wanna know why Sunny never shows up at barfi meet-ups with chocolate?

      And Cadbury’s Mini Eggs rule mayn!

    32. Chittersluice — on 6th April, 2007 at 3:53 am  

      Following on from post #4., there was a wonderful link on the BBCs’ news page for a article entitled “Humans blamed for Global Warming”, and the wonderful image of the dolphins shaking their fins, damning us all to a hot fiery death (and when the dolphins damn us to hot fiery deaths, they really mean business…) caused by hippopotamii (the dolphins sworn enemy) spontaneously combusting and setting fire to the bush…

    33. Katy Newton — on 6th April, 2007 at 10:28 am  

      Dammit Clairwil do not say the words “cheese on toast” to me right now!

      *chews fingers*

    34. ZinZin — on 6th April, 2007 at 12:30 pm  

      Is Ben Hur on the telly over Easter?

    35. Chairwoman — on 6th April, 2007 at 12:58 pm  

      Raammiinnggg Sppeedd!!!

      These days it makes me think John Belushi rather than Charlton Heston.

    36. Katy Newton — on 6th April, 2007 at 12:59 pm  

      That’s a seriously good film.

      “Your eyes are full of hate. That’s good. Hate keeps a man alive.”

      Oh yes.

    37. El Cid — on 6th April, 2007 at 1:44 pm  

      So when’s Ben Hur on - I want the kids to watch it.
      I’m tempted to tune into Revenge of the Pink Panther on Film4 at 1910.
      I don’t think there are any dodgy bits in this, are there?

    38. Sid — on 6th April, 2007 at 1:51 pm  

      one film i do want to catch on telly this easter is Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. i hear its good from good sources, ie the film review section on the Metro.

    39. Chairwoman — on 6th April, 2007 at 2:02 pm  

      Pink Panther’s fine. We used to let Katy watch all sorts of stuff when she was young, like Animal House, and Police Academy. Her little brain just bleeped over what we will call ‘the naughty bits’, and did her absolutely no harm whatsoever, but Pink Panthers are just funny.

    40. El Cid — on 6th April, 2007 at 2:25 pm  

      when’s it on sid? I saw it described as a romance, which put me right off, but a closer look suggested it might be worth watching.
      I need to tape it. At the risk of sounding like a right north london yuppy, i’m going to Paris tomorrow en famille

    41. El Cid — on 6th April, 2007 at 2:40 pm  

      btw, looks like it could be getting serious in Pakistan:
      http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6532825.stm

    42. raz — on 6th April, 2007 at 4:39 pm  

      PUNJABI VS GUJARATI - MORTAL KOMBAT!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZLY0Sj-144

    43. Vikrant — on 6th April, 2007 at 6:56 pm  

      Cid,

      exect raz to come up with 10 links showing how India is about be taken over by Maosists/Hindutvaadis.

    44. Sunny — on 6th April, 2007 at 7:38 pm  

      That Mualana and is people have been harassing ordinary citizens for days now in Pakistan, and now he wants open confrontation with Musharraf, something that they’ve been itching for, for years. I doubt anything will happen though, I have a feeling Musharraf will now crack down, since calling for suicide bombings against the govt will be the final straw.

    45. Sunny — on 6th April, 2007 at 7:40 pm  

      paan spit and chappal hit! that video is brilliant.

    46. Vikrant — on 6th April, 2007 at 7:56 pm  

      Sunny,

      jost look at the vitriol coming towards Hindus from Sikhs on the comments sections (on the Youtube link).. hehe Punjabis should learn take it like men.

    47. Vikrant — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:03 pm  

      Lool the comments are even more hilarious
      =========================================================

      siddharthagandhi (11 months ago)
      GO GUJU NEXT GAME

      Siddhartha Gandhi
      (Reply)
      ankhilla (11 months ago)
      lets do this in real life and see who wins fuckin guju
      (Reply)
      MilitantSaini (11 months ago)
      guju fudu’s are dreaming.
      (Reply)
      ndnbadazz101 (11 months ago)
      wasup… iz all bout em maluz
      (Reply)
      NdnLaraki (11 months ago)
      haha love the video… totally suspenseful and lmfao hilarious! =) loved how the malu won in the end, as i’m a malu myself, but um, just to tell you, although most south indians are really dark, actually tamils are darker than malus, lols, but w/e… i’m not a dark malu so therefore i have nothing against it, hehe. altho, not all malus are dark, or south indians are dark for the matter, it’s just the majority. =P
      (Reply)
      tejan (11 months ago)
      what program did you use to make this video?
      (Reply)
      fanutd (11 months ago)
      malus fucking suck Punjabis are the real shit
      (Reply)
      raksmazpav (9 months ago)
      hahhaha he said it him self… i state… ‘the real shit’.. das bit harsh on ur people done u think?… i think dere very nice people aswell… big up malus
      (Reply)
      shinzonharpo (11 months ago)
      CAMRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      (Reply)
      nikegrl89 (11 months ago)
      haha awesome video…
      MALU PRIDE! lol
      (Reply)
      Aakruti (11 months ago)
      HAHA! Guju Pride! I

    48. Vikrant — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:05 pm  

      Though i’ll agree with the general complaint abt the video: Gujjus are big wussies.

    49. Vikrant — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:25 pm  

      its 1 am here and i’m in village where they go without power for 16 hours a day. I’m wasting last moemnt’s of my laptop’s battrey reading those retarded comments on the video raz posted.

      zbstylez (1 month ago)
      gujus aint got shit on us
      (Reply)
      guppyTK (1 month ago)
      Punjabis wud kick the shit outta any pathans let alone sum lil gujis
      (Reply)
      zak922 (1 month ago)
      you dum have you seen the size of pathans
      (Reply)
      Chainbombing (1 month ago)
      guju rules thats it
      (Reply)
      pimpman82 (1 month ago)
      Guju’s kiss my ass
      (Reply)
      sitalvirk (1 month ago)
      punjabis own you

    50. Katy Newton — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:32 pm  

      OPEN THREAD INFRACTION.

      YELLOW CARD FOR SUNNY.

      That Mualana and is people have been harassing ordinary citizens for days now in Pakistan, and now he wants open confrontation with Musharraf, something that they’ve been itching for, for years. I doubt anything will happen though, I have a feeling Musharraf will now crack down, since calling for suicide bombings against the govt will be the final straw.

      Dammit Sunny what part of this is amusing or cute?

      If the Captain of the Starship Pickly won’t follow the rules then there is no hope for anyone. You are supposed to be setting an EXAMPLE!

      I will let it stand this one time, boss man, but next time it’s the birch for you. I mean it.

    51. Katy Newton — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:38 pm  

      Okay, okay, I’ve got a joke. Okay, this is it. Are you ready? Okay.

      There’s this nurse, right, and she’s at the pub with some of her friends, and she reaches into her bag to look for something and she pulls out a thermometer.

      She holds it up, looks at it, and says, “Bugger. Some arsehole’s got my pen.”

      (Actually it is the Chairwoman’s joke, and she told me it yesterday, and I have been waiting to see if she would post it but she HASN’T and now it is TOO LATE because it is MINE! Bwah ha ha ha ha.)

    52. William — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:43 pm  

      Here’s a joke

      A man walked into a bar

      He shouted ouch!!

      It was an iron bar!!

      get it!!!!

    53. Vikrant — on 6th April, 2007 at 8:51 pm  

      Katy dear,

      Next time let the kismet hardy do the clowning….

    54. William — on 6th April, 2007 at 9:09 pm  

      By the way I will be out at work tonight till 2am. So when you are all tucked up warm in your beds give me a thought.

    55. raz — on 6th April, 2007 at 9:31 pm  

      “but next time it’s the birch for you. I mean it”

      SEXY!

    56. Refresh — on 6th April, 2007 at 9:57 pm  

      I demand consular access to Amir!

      This is cyber-kidnapping of a vulnerable person doing what he knows best. Making a ‘fuss’ in his own inimitable way.

      He may have sailed too close, but never with intent.

      I would happily offer myself in exchange, if that is what it takes. If that’s insufficient then perhaps Mirax.

      In any case I would welcome any news about his welfare - even a mini-parade on Youtube. Even if it is callous and cruel.

    57. ZinZin — on 6th April, 2007 at 10:22 pm  

      Refresh are you about to have a Darth Vader moment and reveal to a stunned audience of Picklers that Amir is your son?!!!

    58. Katy Newton — on 6th April, 2007 at 10:32 pm  

      You’re next, raz. I’m givin’ out whuppings today.

      *thwack*

    59. raz — on 6th April, 2007 at 11:01 pm  

      Harder….HARDER!!!!!!!!!!

    60. Clairwil — on 6th April, 2007 at 11:23 pm  

      The open thread turns into Mistress Katy’s bondage place.

      Well I’m shocked!

    61. Katy Newton — on 6th April, 2007 at 11:32 pm  

      Er, this is an exception to the no weapons rule, obviously.

      Ahem.

    62. raz — on 7th April, 2007 at 1:46 am  

      “Hit me baby one more time……….”

      If only Mirax was here

    63. The iLL Man — on 7th April, 2007 at 1:50 am  

      Possible soup experiment tomorrow or sunday. One of katies I think….. As an antidote to the broken heart Partick Thistle give me every saturday, I have discovered the joys of speedway on the sunday. C’mon the Tigers!!

    64. Refresh — on 7th April, 2007 at 4:07 pm  

      ZinZin, no not Darth Vader but I think someone needs to take him under their wing.

    65. leon — on 7th April, 2007 at 5:26 pm  

      Hate keeps a man alive

      Very true.

    66. leon — on 7th April, 2007 at 6:27 pm  

      Brilliant South Park ep about Easter:

      http://www.allsp.com/l.php?id=e158

      :D

    67. Sunny — on 7th April, 2007 at 6:49 pm  

      If the Captain of the Starship Pickly won’t follow the rules then there is no hope for anyone. You are supposed to be setting an EXAMPLE!

      *cough* sorrrrrr! :(

      Refresh - short answer: no.

    68. Anna — on 7th April, 2007 at 9:37 pm  

      If I may chime in with the Ashkenazi whining-As both an Ashkenoozy (TM Tony Soprano) and a vegetarian, I am not sure that I ever need to eat another potato again. Seriously.

    69. Refresh — on 7th April, 2007 at 9:38 pm  

      Sunny, why have you shut down the Iran thread?

      Just when it was getting interesting - again.

    70. raz — on 7th April, 2007 at 9:44 pm  

      No-one else wants to spank me? :(

    71. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:07 pm  

      I wish they did, raz, my whipping arm’s getting tired

    72. ZinZin — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:15 pm  

      Katy stay out of clairwil’s business.

    73. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:23 pm  

      Anna, the solution is to go Sephardi. Then you can have rice. And chickpeas. Oh, chickpeas. Although according to Claudia Roden broad beans are better for falafel. I might try that tomorrow.

    74. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:23 pm  

      ZinZin, I refuse. Clairwil needs support and I for one am there for her.

    75. Twining or Black in Blue — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:27 pm  

      Sunny I am sorry you had to close the Iran thread. Happy Easter my friend.

    76. leon — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:27 pm  

      Man I feel for you, tonite I ate rice and chicken with some lovely fried fish.

    77. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:52 pm  

      I love fried fish :-(.

      Mind you, I could just fry some in matzo meal if I had the energy.

    78. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 10:55 pm  

      Katy,
      I see our stalker is here. Tonight he sent me a picture of a bare bottom. I put tights on my cat for the sake of decency, yet I am to be subjected to the human male bottom, for the crime of being a beautiful lady. Like Diana, they won’t be happy till they’ve killed me. The rabid toads!

      Has he sent you another frogs hand yet?

    79. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:06 pm  

      Oh!

      *drops plate*

      But that is ASTONISHING because he sent me some sketches of a lady in the nude.

      A NUDE LADY. Just imagine.

      I believe that he is jealous of my writing talent and my youthful good looks. I am less traumatised now that I have scribbled out her bosoms and ladygarden with black marker pen, but it was a close call.

    80. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:09 pm  

      No frog’s hand yet, but I believe he is posing as Sunny at #67. Sunny would NEVER write such a post. The syntax is all wrong. Note the phrasing and style. Is that the Sunny Hundal we know and trust? Of course not - unless… dear lord… unless Sunny is… complicit.

    81. William — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:15 pm  

      on channel 4 we have the 100 Greatest Tearjerkers.

      Can’t understand why on earth someone would cry at Born Free??

      However I did shed a tear at Billy Elliot though. Am I sad or what?? Inappropriate behaviour definitely.

      Goodby Mr Chips, mmm I remember being moved as a kid but would it have the same affect now.

    82. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:16 pm  

      Katy I realise this must be hard for you to talk about but was it a distressed lady? I’ve had a few of the in indecent positions.

      I’m not accusing Sunny but I have seen him hanging around my research looking shifty. We must be vigilant! Our very lives are at stake, like Diana before she got in that beastly car.

    83. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:18 pm  

      Does anyone know who this William is? When I click on his name the faeries don’t take me to a website. Chilling.

      Unless of course it is sweet prince William protecting us from the wicked reptiles…….

    84. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:22 pm  

      I believe that William is in fact a false name used by Leon under the direction of Sunny, who I now seem to recall was seen very close to the French Hotel at which Diana and Dodi ate their last meal.

      I deal with this in my research, which is hidden in a Very Safe Place.

    85. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:23 pm  

      I have to say that she did not look distressed at all, the slut.

    86. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:23 pm  

      Oh God top tear jerkers The death of Stan Ogden. Makes me weep like a baby.

    87. Sunny — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:31 pm  

      I’m not accusing Sunny but I have seen him hanging around my research looking shifty.

      Hello? What’s going on? Is someone speaking in a code that I didn’t catch on to? Please tell me, I hate being outside private jokes :(

    88. Sunny — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:33 pm  

      Sunny, why have you shut down the Iran thread?

      Just when it was getting interesting - again.

      Refresh you’re always accusing me of being sensationalist, and yet you’re the one who wants Amir back and like to watch punch-ups on threads. Explain please?

    89. William — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:34 pm  

      Clairwill

      The faeries won’t take you to a website because I am usually away with them myself. I have a myspace but I assure you it is too boring. I have thought about doing a blog but have been too busy writing but that situation is changing so maybe.

      But hey I like being asked questions so fire away if you like.

    90. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:36 pm  

      We’re on to you.

    91. William — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:37 pm  

      Clairwill

      I was born in bonny Dumbarton near where you are in bonny Glasgow

    92. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:38 pm  

      However as an ace researcher an beautiful lady. (Like Diana). I have investigated the bare bottom. It belongs to the Ill Man.

      What is the connection?

    93. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:38 pm  

      Ill Man… William. Is it any coincidence that “Ill Man” is an anagram of “Illiam”? Give or take a few letters?

      It’s almost too obvious.

    94. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:39 pm  

      Sunny… Ill Man. Notice that these names have no letters in common at all.

      Coincidence? I doubt it. Clairwil we must be very careful.

    95. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:40 pm  

      So William, if that is your real name. Where were you when Diana died?

    96. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:42 pm  

      Yes Katy I will ask one of my admirers to sit awake by the door with a pistol.

    97. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:42 pm  

      Did you know that men like me?

    98. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:43 pm  

      Between us we can muster an army of thousands of men who would take a bullet for each of us.

      That is two bullets each.

      And yet I am only a woman, albeit a spectacularly lovely one.

    99. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:43 pm  

      I heard that lots of men fancy you.

    100. William — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:46 pm  

      My real name is William Swanson and I was at home in my flat on a Sunday morning when I heard of Dianas death. Did not like the royal family much but was a tad upset and the death of Diana.

      Of course William can be wullie in Scotland as of course there are lots of wullies around those parts.

    101. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:46 pm  

      Be strong Katy. Remember Diana.

    102. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:47 pm  

      Last night I dreamt that I had scales tatooed on my legs…..

      The toads are trying to control my mind.

    103. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:49 pm  

      Then you’re one of us William! OR IS THIS A TRICK?

    104. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:50 pm  

      Those toads are bastards. I will destroy them. By the time I am finished with them they will rue the day they messed with our heads.

    105. William — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:50 pm  

      Katy and Clairwill

      You are both gorgeous and sexy and intelligent and of course the only reason I contribute to PP!!!

    106. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:50 pm  

      It’s a trick! It’s a trick!

      Do I have evidence to support that? OF COURSE I DON’T!

    107. Katy — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:51 pm  

      Why thank you William. Hmm. Perhaps it is not a trick after all.

    108. Clairwil — on 7th April, 2007 at 11:54 pm  

      Yes Katy I can see William is safe. Phew! I though the assasins were gaining ground.

    109. William — on 8th April, 2007 at 12:05 am  

      anyway apologies if I have come across as a bit of a mystery. I assure you I am just an average run of the mill down to earth assasin.

    110. Sunny — on 8th April, 2007 at 12:30 am  

      and of course the only reason I contribute to PP!!!

      that… hurt…. :(

    111. Sunny — on 8th April, 2007 at 12:32 am  

      Sunny… Ill Man. Notice that these names have no letters in common at all.

      Coincidence? I doubt it. Clairwil we must be very careful.

      *slips away before anyone notices him*

    112. Clairwil — on 8th April, 2007 at 12:39 am  

      Kismet Hardy has unleashed Koala bears. HE MUST BE STOPPED.

    113. Leon — on 8th April, 2007 at 12:48 am  

      Er…? Can i have some of whatever you guys are smokin/drinkin/etc!?

    114. Clairwil — on 8th April, 2007 at 1:32 am  

      Oh that’s it Leon try and deny what’s happening. THATS JUST WHAT THE TOADS WANT YOU TO DO!

    115. leon — on 8th April, 2007 at 3:35 am  

      *runs*

    116. ZinZin — on 8th April, 2007 at 12:59 pm  

      This is what happens when you eat your easter eggs before Easter Sunday. You just don’t listen.

    117. Vikrant — on 8th April, 2007 at 5:57 pm  

      huh?

    118. William — on 8th April, 2007 at 6:27 pm  

      Can’t help noticing how many combinations of things people come up with. In stuff surrounding the kind of growth new age industry it seems just anything is possible. My girlfreind works for a place where someone can have a massage then a counselling session. I have however heard of all kinds of combinations of alternative therapies, taking anything from crystal healing to acupuncture and reiki to tai chi producing what is assumed to be a compact effect.

      A few years ago there was an advert on tv for a video which included yoga+boxing. There is a shop in town with an advert for yoga+angelic contact?? Does this mean we could have boxing+angelic contact.

    119. William — on 8th April, 2007 at 10:50 pm  

      Sunny #110

      Of course I am just buttering them up ready for the hit. I am an assasin!!!!

    120. douglas clark — on 9th April, 2007 at 1:36 am  

      Am I wrong? Was this not supposed to be an assassin free zone? I recall a certain young lady writing this:

      “So come! Come to the warm loving open arms of the emergency Easter Thread, where weapons are prohibited and peace and love reign supreme.”

      Can’t recall who changed the rules. No, it escapes me completely. :-)

    121. douglas clark — on 9th April, 2007 at 1:47 am  

      Though, obviously, they should both be on the cover of Rolling Stone. Or Playboy, perhaps.

      Just away to turn into a lizard. See you later….

    122. THe Dude — on 9th April, 2007 at 8:10 am  

      I hate Easter. Every Easter like clockwork and the turning of the seasons I get struck down by some mystery bug from hell, which in most cases reduces me to a shivering wreck. Worse still, Sharon, my turncoat wife gives me an Industrial Strength Chocolate Easter Egg the size of New Hampshire knowning full well that I will never be able to eat it (another side effect of said Satan bug). This, she polishes off in exactly the same manner that she did her own. Quick and in one sitting. Then she insist that Death Bed man does the cooking. Passover…..I’ll never be THAT lucky.

    123. Anas — on 9th April, 2007 at 6:56 pm  

      I fucking love it, man!

    124. Anas — on 9th April, 2007 at 7:07 pm  

      Thanks to Katy, ZZ, and Douglas for the lovely messages on my blog :) Been trying to keep my head a bit empty recently, hence the lack of commenting in here(or anywhere really). Love you all tho!

    125. El Cid — on 9th April, 2007 at 9:16 pm  

      Hey Vikrant — so how old is the Hindu swastika?
      Just got back from a fandabbydozy and tiring weekend in Paris. So there I was strolling around in the louvre — as you do — and there was this Roman silver thing behind a glass cabinet from about 100 BC (couldn’t work out the french but it looked like an ashtray) — and there it was at the bottom, a black swastika decoration.
      A bit of ancient cultural osmosis. Curious huh?

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