Sunday, July 16, 2006

The seamless handover of power

Then I grabbed her arse like this, and did that thing where you shake your cheeks between her breasts, and told her that I had licked the back of her head every time I posted a letter, and now could I lick the front please? Is that what you do on your weekly briefings?

38 comments:

Frontier Editor said...

Ah, God, glory and empire. Not to mention a perfect Peter Sellers moment, if Peter were alive.

raincoaster said...

Is Prescott that contagious?

Interpreter Pavlov said...

For those with problems involving philately, sex and the monarchical principle, Pitney-Bowes franking machines offer gentlemen occasional and timely relief.

Is it only a rumour that you've been invited to address Oakhanger WI on this very matter?

jromer said...

sounds like his game has not improved with time.

MJ said...

I often mistake the word fellatio for philately. All this time I thought my husband was encouraging me to take up stamp collecting.

Vicus Scurra said...

Which explains why you are so welcome at the Post Office, MJ.
Old joke:
"What's the difference between a blow job and a ham sandwich?"
"I don't know".
"Fancy joining me for lunch tomorrow?"

tom909 said...

May I set the record straight right from the start, licking the backside of a stamp is one thing but I for one never have, and almost certainly never will, use a photo of her majesty for the purposes of having a tommy tank. Mind you looking through my stamp collection I can see how some of the earlier editions could make you horny.

Vicus Scurra said...

Tom, let me make one thing sparklingly clear. The rest of humanity, even the odd cross section that frequent this site, do not view your behaviour as any sort of benchmark of normality. I say this in a concerned and loving way.

tom909 said...

Vicus, how can you say that. You know I'm fucking normal, so don't go telling people otherwise.

Frontier Editor said...

This does, however, raise an interesting question about Mr. Putin: what was he doing the that boy's backside before he kissed his belly?

Richard said...

In Tom's defence, the older I get, the more people I meet and the more wordly-wise I become, I realise that Tom is probably far nearer the norm than I ever will be. That makes me a complete and utter bent widget then.


Wibble.

Pamela Troeppl said...

Tom's widget is bent?

You people confuse me.

tom909 said...

Pammy, some people like bent widgets.

raincoaster said...

Tom, if Vicus knows you're fucking normal, does that mean you've fucked him?

You Brits...I must adjust my gaydar accordingly.

tom909 said...

Raincoaster, before this goes any further, I must point out that my relationship with Vicus is and always has been purely platonic. Although I have known him for many years I have never ever found him sexually attractive. I know for you ladies it is hard to imagine that there could be someone out there that does not fancy Vicus, but I promise you it is true.

Vicus Scurra said...

Not what you said last night, bitch.

jromer said...

and i have the video to prove it

Dave said...

Ahem. Seperate changing rooms for you two gentlemen next Saturday then.

Frontier Editor said...

It's all Greek to me . . . .

nkzvkcxf: the Soviet secret police before they finally straightened it out to KGB

tom909 said...

Oh my god, I forgot about last night. You can't even shag your best friend these days without everyone getting uppity. By the way Vicus, did you tell your missus.

Vicus Scurra said...

Come along, you people, you take a lovely little posting about a senior politician describing crude and disgusting activities with the head of state, and turn it into something sordid.

tony said...

Fellatary Will get You nowhere!

Carmenzta said...

Fronty, which picture is the real you?

homo escapeons said...

I think that Tony is dreaming about Princess Margaret?
My guess is that he dreams about how groovy it would have been being the PM back in the 60s if that saucy minx had ascended the throne.
Yeah Baby!

ziggi said...

d'you know I thought that Gordon fancied Prudence - you live and learn.

raincoaster said...

Prudence doesn't actually seem to be very popular in the Labour Party just now.

If Civil Unions are recognized, but are somehow different from marriages, does that mean that Tom and Vicus can have a Civil Union and Vicus can still keep his wife?

The UK should become a very popular spot with closety Mormons soon, if that's the case.

tom909 said...

Rainy, this is beginning to give me the creeps. Back off now before I have to climb into my computer, squeeze down the cables and come and smash your keyboard up.

zoe said...

tom, my condolences. anybody who has known vicus for any length of time deserves a great deal of sympathy. especially if you're shagging him.

Carmenzta said...

Goodness, Vicus, just write another post, willya?

tom909 said...

Zoe, are you talking from experience here?

raincoaster said...

Okay, tom, I shall lay off. I forgot how sensitive you guys can be.

Within Without said...

This is an amazing journey into world politics, I must say. Why do people collect stamps, anyway?

Vicus Scurra said...

Welcome WW. I suspect people collect stamps in order to stay away from blogs like this.

Within Without said...

Oh, right, of course. Philately, watch the telly, toast and jelly, anything but laffs...

Frontier Editor said...

but anyone with a passing knowledge of philately knows that they one day must visit that shrine to postage, Stamphinge.

Look it up.

tom909 said...

God what a relief it was when they brought out the already folded stamphinge.

tom909 said...

Folding those bastards was a right wind-up.

Frontier Editor said...

Brought a new dimension to "going postal"