Max talks about Brexit, drones, Piers Morgan and all the other terrible stuff that’s happened since Episode 8. Contains frequent strong language.
The government today confirmed to concerned UK citizens that not shitting up almost every aspect of their already miserable lives sits at the very fucking bottom of the list of Conservative priorities, below ‘arsefisting the NHS to death’ and ‘inflammatory xenophobic posturing’. Following suggestions before Christmas that the parliamentary break should be cancelled or curtailed … Continue reading Literally everything more important than sorting out Brexit clusterfuck, confirms govt
Max talks about the whole Brexit mess, and only just manages to do so without weeping. Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks about Brexit (again), Trump (again) and the BBC (again). Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks about Brexit, Kanye West and the BBC. Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks about the US Supreme Court, Brexit and climate change. Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks about the Conservative Party Conference. Contains frequent strong language.
Former Downing Street communications guru Nick Timothy has claimed that World War Two was started by a pissed off Nazi party staffer while Hitler was away on his holidays. Previously best known for taking a colossal fucking shite on the Conservatives’ 2017 election campaign, these shocking revelations catapulted disingenuous wankbiscuit Timothy back to the forefront … Continue reading Second World War ‘started by some bloke’, says Nick Timothy
Theresa May has today reacted with indifference to the news that the consumer goods giant Unilever will move its corporate headquarters to Rotterdam. In a statement, Mrs May described Marmite as being ‘fucking horrible’ and said that Dove soaps and shower products ‘make your coochie itch’. She continued, “I bought a Magnum last year to … Continue reading Unilever can sod off, says PM
He seemed to be (deliberately) missing the point that six simple words would put an end to this line of questioning once and for all: Gay sex is not a sin.