‘Looking after our own’ does not include feeding hungry children, insist racists

People who have spent decades howling about the need to slash foreign aid budgets on the basis that ‘charity begins at home’ were united today in the opinion that feeding hungry children in the UK does not satisfy their definitions of ‘charity’ or ‘at home’. As schoolchildren across the nation face the prospect of a … Continue reading ‘Looking after our own’ does not include feeding hungry children, insist racists

Episode 15

Max talks about the General Election with special guest, actor, director and writer, Mark Gatiss. Contains frequent strong language. If you enjoy listening to Twenty Minutes Max, please consider subscribing to Spiller Of Tea Premium, where you may support my future work whilst gaining access to loads of exclusive articles, videos, music and bonus podcast … Continue reading Episode 15

Outrage as Jeremy Corbyn suspected of not having ‘LEST WE FORGET’ tattooed along the top of his cock

Jeremy Corbyn sparked fury today as it emerged that he was vanishingly unlikely to have any kind of statement supporting Our Brave Lads And Lasses indelibly marked into the north-facing portion of his old chap.  According to an exclusive report by the Daily Express, the words ‘lest we forget’ do not appear anywhere along the … Continue reading Outrage as Jeremy Corbyn suspected of not having ‘LEST WE FORGET’ tattooed along the top of his cock

Puppies, poultry and self-immolation: an object lesson in being careful what you wish for

Imagine wanting something so badly that you’ll do anything to get it. Dishonesty, disloyalty, racism, homophobia, the steadfast promise to deliver something you know in your heart is intrinsically repugnant: nothing is off the table in your quest to lay your hands on that which is rightfully yours. Imagine then, that you finally achieve your … Continue reading Puppies, poultry and self-immolation: an object lesson in being careful what you wish for

Adopting a puppy not a cure for being a prick, warn researchers

Arseholes will continue to be arseholes even after the adoption of a small dog, according to research published today. A University of Slough paper states that traits such as disloyalty, misogyny and having hair that looks like you’ve just been fucked in a privet hedge by a 300 lb gorilla remain entirely unaffected by pet … Continue reading Adopting a puppy not a cure for being a prick, warn researchers