Executive Producers: Matthew Blakeburn & Marty from the WI.
The Simpson’s Tapped Out game is RUBBISH! Leigh has recently downloaded it to see what all the fuss is about, only to realise it is not fun and is foolish. Tory tries to explain to him why Leigh is doing it wrong. But Leigh can’t work out what is addictive with the game – because it isn’t really fun or pleasurable.
Meanwhile, James Bond film reviews for Spectre have been released, and Leigh isn’t amused by them. The desperation of getting Google love over “Back to the Future day” has been sickening – the worst offender was Jimmy Kimmel. The real concerning news this week has been that UK & China are now (supposedly) BBFs. China gets to build some new nuclear power station reactors in the UK (that haven’t really been tested), meanwhile UK gets to build a Legoland in China.
Sweden has been named the third best country in the world for expats. But there is one area where foreigners seem to struggle: how do you make friends with the reserved and seemingly cold-hearted Swedes?
We start off with horrid connection issues and funny stuff… As Skype connections fail us, with flip to Mumble and realise Ben sounds like a Dalek!
Ikea slashes price of festive firs to just £1. It has been an exciting week for the Queen of England. There now a part of Antarctica that is named after her. She also has visited 10 Downing St for a cabinet meeting.
Today’s caption competition of a Nudist Christmas Card [image] was won by TXTBone with:
“How we gonna get the super glue off these bloody leaves dear?”
“The breeze is making mine flap in the wind, mommy”
In Florida news, a Roommate Killed Over Pork Chop. Meanwhile in Memphis, Adults Get Involved After Student Fights.
If you are not following @Queen_UK on twitter – how can you look at yourself in the mirror? The insanely awesome behind-the-crown look of what is happening around Buck Palace and Sandingham is epic. Who knew they held Strictly Come Dancing fancy dress parties where Princess Anne came as Bruce Forsyth and Camilla as Tess Daly? Welcome to the WONDERFUL world of “Gin O’Clock“!
Mr Cameron on the phone. Says cost of the olympics could exceed budget. Although Mr Clegg has donated use of his trampoline, so that helps.
‘One does enjoy the Eurovision Song Contest. Lovely to be reminded how much more civilised the British are than our European neighbours. Royal Eurovision Fancy Dress Party to celebrate. Unfortunately Camilla misread the invitation as ‘Euro-tunnel Fancy Dress Party’ and came as a train.’
If anyone sees the Duchess of Cornwall, do give one a call. She may be wearing a Father Christmas outfit and smoking an enormous cigar.
Now, some clever sausage has contacted The Queen, and have been able to obtain her diary for the past year, which is now avaliable in a cleverly contained item called a book. With this unpresented access, we can find out what The Queen truly feels about the time-share [like a villa in the Algarve] Prime Minister David Cameron, Nick Clegg, and all the other numpties that “grace” her path.
Angela Merkel on the phone. Bit upset. Apparently the Euro is now worth less than those little chocolate coins one puts on Christmas trees.
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