Monday, 29 March 2010

I saw this for the first time today

and I think it is crass.  As I don't live in the UK I am probably a bit late in seeing it, but I have seen no comment about it either.  Whatever are they thinking of?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

To the woman in the funny hat - political posters are always crass. Get used to it.

theflashingblade said...

If anyone wanted examples of what Jane and Anne Moffat were talking about, the juvenile remarks about the 'funny hat' from the commenter on this and at least two other posts shows perfectly.

Anonymous said...

it doesn't make any sense to me!

Anonymous said...

Mind you, its easy to understand why Howarth, Pegg and the fraudsters friend Singleton-White should be jealous of someone with a fine head of hair given their problems with male pattern baldness.

Anonymous said...

You have to laugh, things about hair being said by the slaphead three, John Howarth, Stuart Singleton-White (The fraudsters friend) and Andy (useless) Pegg.

Anonymous said...

You shouldn't be too harsh on "the slaphead three", John Howarth, Andy Pegg and Stuart Singleton-White (There if they have a google alert on themselves they're bound to get something now) as they have to live knowing that their precious boys may have hair now but before too long, just the same as happened to the three of them, their boys will start to go bald.

Anonymous said...

Thirteen years and the useless ba$tard's still working on the foundations ?

You're fired Brown !!

Anonymous said...

Just see the funny side to it - even schoolboy toilet-wall scribbles can raise a laugh sometimes.
L9

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the very bald Mr Powers!

Anonymous said...

The Labour PR department has not learnt from its nasty anti-Howard posters in the last election.

Labour should be about building a better society, not by attacking the opposition in the style of a football crowd.

Anonymous said...

It's really not likely to be a real poster. If you weren't aware, there's currently an internet craze for making up your own posters. See this collection here.


And a Guardian article on the subject.