...seems a good fit. I remember seeing him yonks ago, rocking out with no rhythm what-so-ever to Joan Osborne's 'One of Us', declaring 'this is the BEST song'. Still, seems presenters of music shows seem to not have to know anything about music. I read an interview with Radio 1's Alice Levine in the Sunday Torygraph magazine, in which she pretty much declared knowing nothing about music (although her boyfriend does). Just another immigrant from the North, who made her way to Hackney and faked being cool like the best of them. The fact that she runs a supper club makes her even more of a cunt. Perfect for Radio 1 these days, I guess.
7zark7 12:17, reply
plasticflamingo 8:02, reply
thatevilwoman 12:46, reply
'This is a family business'
The SNP are very keen on bilingual roadsigns, even in areas where historically Gaelic was never spoken.
Their latest cock-up is renaming the Isle of Bute for the Gaelic speaking 1%.
The sign reads "Welcome to the beauty of Penis Island"
(Picture includes Penis Island's MSP and huge Gaelic fan, Michael Russell.IDNSHBhoid)
celtiagirl 22:00, reply
Telly football talker about and former Arsenal full back Lee Dixon in a cafe in Richmond Park Saturday. Like half of the other bellends in there he was top-to-toe cycling lycra, though a far deeper hue of terracotta. His shorts were tight, but still IDNSHC sorry.
spank_daley 11:31, reply
the search for a producer to work with **** makes it down under.
deep_stoat 9:24, reply
he's probably stood outside an aquarium, or something, waiting for his results.
touchmyspastic 7:55, reply
I could have told him that's what happens when you spend your life in a dark single room, wanking and crying into your Pot Noodles
thatevilwoman 15:43, reply
*Girl in photo* "Yeth, and I'm only sixtheen*
uncle_whuppity 17:10, reply
Arthur had had both legs amputated before he died due to gangrene. It was suggested Andy Fairweather-Lowe's 1975 hit "Wide Eyed And Legless" be re-released in tribute to them both.
uncle_whuppity 16:51, reply
I've got some paste she can use.