Meet the snobs: part 1 in a new series of “initiatives”

Michale Winning

Sorry, I just couldnt let this bugger get past me just now, so heres Karl Lagerfeld who thinks “no-one likes round women“. His name means “fenced-off camp field”: is that where he exercises the prisoners of his personal shape-fetishes?

Would he like Keeley Hazell if she stripped off in front of him? How about a test.

Food rationing coming soon: it will be called “choice-editing”.

David Davis

They’re after your children again.

Has nobody among these GramscoFabiaNazi “researchers” considered that children need to be fat in places like Stockton-on-Tees, because it’s effing cold a lot of the time? (So your children can, indeed must, be fat, or they will be uncomfortable.)

And that in wealthy, hot Sussex, way-down south of here, it’s just, well, hot? (So your children can, indeed must, be thin, or they will be uncomfortable.) They have successful vineyards, for f***’s sake.

Anyway, those effete southerners are too close to all those “Haute Couture” designers in strange places like London and Paris who seem to think all humans ought to be 3-meter-high-skeletal boys with a scowl, so they probably get to like thin children…

And of course, picking and treading the Sussex grapes, for the Political-Enemy-Superclass to crow about in venezuela and Cuba, in the traditional pre-capitalist-barbarian grape-treading-manner, gets you fit and thin.

Real bread

David Davis

I don’t normally go out of my way to support people who gas on about what we here satirically and ironically call ___people who really understand their” ___ bread/beans/grain/beef/meat/whatever they are gassing on about in the weekend colour supplements (it just means they are astonishingly expensive and proud of it – a good position to be in) but this just drifted in, and it’s kind of local.

But I shall watch this one as it is up the road, and I’m the Director of Northern Affairs…so I guess there’d better be a few. Some people like bread – I don’t go for it in particular, but (as we also say here) if this was Stalingrad, I would eat it (the bread, I mean, er, not Stalingrad.)

There was an Iragqi woman in the DT Saturday supplement last weekend Рshe was proferring a _water tap_, at £5,635. We say that  she really understands her taps.