Saturday, 15 May 2010

don't moon a rally driver

A bit of Saturday fun as a spectator shows Rally driver Mark Tapper what he thinks of his performance.

8 comments:

Ron Broxted said...

Islamophobia and tackling Muslim "extremists". Are we doing enough?

Islam is a socially engaged faith. It is also making the secret police/special branch crap themselves. One examines the statement "This deen is superior to every other deen" and it may strike the British kaffir as arrogant. One hears of extremism amidst the Umma in Britain. In retrospect what did the Blair-Brown administrations achieve post 9/11? An alienation of the Asian (for Islam in the U.K is preponderantly Asian) communities. Plural, for the Mirputs have little in common with the Sylhetis. It is Ali, Faisal and Mohamed my current boyfriends to bear the brunt of stop and search and no amount of being a coconut (brown outside, pink inside) will suffice for a vindictive Home Office. Finally, will we see an amelioration now that the Tories are in? Traditionally the party of the small shop keeper along with racist jam making old bags, it is up to baby faced Cameron and the beautiful Nick Clegg to deliver.
That aside I have just found the size four Doc Marten boots I wore at the Brixton riot in 1981 which I organised. I was the youngest person there and I broke into a toy shop and stole several dolls, one of which I recall wet herself when filled with water.

Indyanhat said...

Is this how they will derail the new Government, moon at them??? LOL brill clip mate!!!

Barnsley Bill said...

It wasn't me....

Catflap said...

One summer evening about ten years ago I was driving my hackney cab along Roman Bank in Ingoldmels.
As I passed this group of about half a dozen gals they all bent over and mooned at me.
Yes,I nearly fucking crashed.

sixtypoundsaweekcleaner said...

I used to own a little moped. One day, I was coming down a long road, which had a large layby, complete with burger bar. Unnervingly, that day it also seemed to contain about a hundred hairy male bikers. As I approached, with a lump in my throat and shaky knees, wondering whether they were going to lynch me, they all stood to attention, walked to the edge of the layby, clearly with their beady little eyes on me. I almost fainted with fear, convinced that my end had come. But as I got nearer, they suddenly stuck their thumbs out as if hitching a lift.

I almost wet myself.

Ron Broxted said...

Oooh matron the thought of a hundred hairy male bikers in a lay-by with me pulling the train for them..... slurp slurp I must go and lay down... sod the RSI damage to my right wrist.

Anonymous said...

Ron,

Stick it in your grandma

Ron Broxted said...

Anonymous I have tried many things but necrophilia remains uncharted territory. Do you recommend it from your own experience, or is it just another fantasy?

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