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
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
Max talks about Brexit, general elections, Number 10 sources and the LGB Alliance. Contains frequent strong language. RSS feed: https://spilleroftea.com/category/podcast/feed/ Apple Podcasts: Click here Financial contributions: Gratefully received here
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
Max talks about Brexit, drones, Piers Morgan and all the other terrible stuff that’s happened since Episode 8. Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks about the whole Brexit mess, and only just manages to do so without weeping. Contains frequent strong language.
Max discusses the Labour Party Conference, Brexit, Trump and The Apprentice. Contains frequent strong language.
Jeremy Corbyn is said to be considering a full time career as a Nigel Farage impersonator following his recent attempts to emulate the amphibious, racist jizzmop in a series of increasingly bizarre speeches. Mr Corbyn first indicated that he was a fan of Mr Farage, who is best known for his resemblance to a disconsolate … Continue reading Corbyn to take Nigel Farage tribute act on the road