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  1. I don't ask for things I don't think I can GET!

    1. funkydita


      I was lonely when I was young. Not in the way people usually mean. I was lonely for all the things I wasn't gonna get. 

    2. Stanley Timberlake

      Stanley Timberlake

      Why funkydita! You have spirit after all. I used to think you were all sugar water.

    3. funkydita


      A fine little scandal, no?

  2. I think the next couple of decades are going to be interesting, particularly with seemingly more socially conscious young people reaching voting age, I wonder on what basis they’ll cast their votes eg economic v progressive social issues? Also how will the landscape change as ageing voters (literally) die off?
  3. The CCJ is hilarious. I would be mortified if I had a CCJ issued against me. His credit rating must be worse than the country’s.
  4. Viable alternatives are a real issue. I voted Lib Dem in 2010 because of Iraq and the cunts formed a coalition with the fucking Tories. Never again. Tactical voting is the only way forward unfortunately. Also, that Hartlepool clip you shared is really apt. It exposes two issues for me, the lack of understanding of local v national politics and policy and the fact that you vote Labour “because you’re working class” - without understanding or being aware of the manifestos and policies that reasoning wears thin with time. As does not voting Tory because you’re gay. SIGH.
  5. Sorry I didn’t reply sooner. I think it’s a really complicated issue without a clear answer. Labour have been really confused and confusing for decades, I’d say. They did such a volte face during the Blair years that they lost their clear distinction, be that by building on Thatcher’s legacy or the Iraq war. Blair, essentially their most successful PM, is now seen as a war criminal worth tens of millions. Historically a party for the working class, Brexit was incredibly difficult for them with a working class diminished by years of Tory rule that had been conditioned to feel t
  6. HUNS. I was really sad not to grab tickets when they reformed with Siobhan. Yes, I read that Leanne lost her seat, at least (sort of) she lost to Labour. Being from a staunchly Plaid family in a Welsh speaking and Plaid voting area, I’ll never understand the self-flagellation of voting Tory in Wales (let alone the Welsh Brexit voters from areas subsidised by Europe). Regarding England, have to say, I mostly blame Labour for the latest shitshow, they’ve been such an imploding and aimless mess for years. It feels like we’re operating without an Opposition. I do wonder to what exten
  7. Hugs to you, funkydita. Just read what you wrote in acko’s “year later” thread and ... my heart really went out to you. I really can empathize with almost everything you wrote. I’m so sorry it’s been so sad and discouraging for you. I’ll be thinking about you and hoping things improve for you. Sending hugs and sunshine your way, friend. xoxo

    1. funkydita


      Bless you, Peter, you’re a sweetheart and very kind.  Hope the last year’s been OK for you (mine sounds much more gloomy and dramatic than it’s actually been). xx

  8. Because everyone’s numb to it after decades of Tory rule and ideology (considering “New” Labour’s essentially Thatcherite politics). Society’s become overly commercialised, materialistic and competitive. We’re insular, siloed and selfish with little true regard or empathy for our fellow man and the society that Thatcher denied and ultimately dismantled. Add to that the outdated perception of us as a world leading empire *salute*. Sprinkle endless invocations of a war that started almost 100 years ago *double salute*. Stir with a toothless media, mostly controlled by the filthy rich and ru
  9. Based on the evidence, I’m considering moving from a glass of red wine with food to crack (I’m not).
  10. Yes cannabis should be legalised and, as a recent ex smoker, I’m certainly no fan of tobacco (a horribly insidious drug) but interestingly not seemingly as dangerous as alcohol. https://www.vox.com/2015/2/24/8094759/alcohol-marijuana
  11. We need to resurrect the cry of “TORY SLEEZE” from the 80s/90s. I think the issue is that it’s just become par for the course at this stage and so wholly expected and deeply embedded that people are terminally indifferent to it all.
  12. One for wank bank. Not having read the source material, I’d assumed that was satire!
  13. Thanks, I now have an image of kneeling in front of BJ burned into my brain *shudder*.
  14. You forgot the most important thing…FLAGS.
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