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Scary Thoughts

So, I finding it a scary thought that someone might actually want to vote for Boris Johnson tomorrow. A man who, let's face it, actively goes out of his way to appear a complete idiot.

However, an email from the Guardian today has found an even scarier thought, with this quote from Joan Ryan, MP for Enfield North:

"All the way though we've been warning people 'Boris isn't wearing any clothes' and only now are voters coming to us and saying, 'oh my goddddd, he's not wearing any clothes... and it's disgussssting'".

So, thanks to the Joan Ryan and the Guardian, I've now got an image of Boris Johnson naked in my head. I don't want it, so I thought I'd share it. Isn't it a lovely thought?

...What do you mean "no"?

Given the choice of voting for him or seeing him naked, I would like to say I'd martyr myself for the sake of the population of London, but I'm not sure I could face seeing it.

Luckily I don't have to, so tomorrow I can enjoy both not voting for him and not seeing him naked.


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30th Apr, 2008 18:45 (UTC)
I'll probably vote Livingstone/Berry in that order.

Livingstone, does seem to be doing a reasonable job as mayor and stands the best chance of keeping Boris out.
1st May, 2008 08:50 (UTC)
Hmmm, Boris, naked, lighting a torch. His hair will go up in flames. It will be an excellent farce?
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1st May, 2008 09:08 (UTC)
Well, I expect someone will help him. Does he hold mummy's hand to cross the road?
30th Apr, 2008 20:36 (UTC)
It doesn't matter to me if Boris is naked, because I can't quite get it into my head that he is grown up. Apparently, Boris is all for bendy buses, even though they are very bad for cyclists. Whereas Ken was the person who originally made sure that London transport was subsidised, therefore, affordable. However, as I haven't lived in London for nearly 8 years, I don't care any more...
30th Apr, 2008 20:41 (UTC)
I think Boris is planning to get rid of the bendy buses and replace them with routemasters, but hasn't allowed enough budget to actually run them.
1st May, 2008 08:49 (UTC)
I only get my information from the Private Eye, and then I don't read half of the 'proper' bits. Are these Routemasters the old-type, or much bigger?
1st May, 2008 09:29 (UTC)
I think there's only one sort of Routemaster, big old buses that pump out masses of polution, but I'm no expert on buses.
1st May, 2008 09:41 (UTC)
If I remember, the routemasters were scrapped in order to have wheelchair and buggy friendly buses, but I'd already lost touch by then.
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