From TOWIE doesn't answer his phone at 3am. Is reported missing via a press release, then texts his Dad back at 7am, 'panic' over. Hmm what's missing here then, is there a demand for chubby whiny voiced males in the slave trade?
soapy_handerton 8:47, reply
probably her best xenophobic rant yet. She also implies that Ebola can be caught from aeroplane carpets if you stand barefoot on them. Apols for the DM link. tinyurl.com/Lizjoneswitch
Also, does the Paul Ross reveal mean there is any truth to the old rumour about him and the (married) Brit rocker who has many transvestite friends dating back to the 80s?
soapy_handerton 11:53, reply
let alone the right airport.
rogermoore 10:04, reply
Hope you have oxygen thieving bigot Joan Rivers on it. The end is nye for the botoxed bitch.
desperatehouseflies 17:14, reply
Alongside her career, laygennlemen.
bad_horsey 8:03, reply
A certain TV cook had the dubious distinction of being one of the few "stars" at the BBC who female staff were warned about being alone
in a room with on account of his groping ways.
cerealrapist 10:27, reply
Apart from James Martin (mostly interested in classic cars and expensive watches) and Mary Berry (granny bling). There's a certain TV chef who allegedly has the wanderiest hands of all...
mount_st_nobody 15:31, reply
plasticflamingo 6:31, reply
Martin Kettle / Leeds Modern School (Grammar) / Balliol College, Oxford.
George Monbiot / Stowe (fees per term Day UKP7500 / Boarding UKP10325) / father was a prominent Tory, mother was daughter of a Tory MP and a Tory councillor
/ Brasenose College, Oxford (Zoology)
Jonathan Freedland / University College Independent School, Hampstead (per term UKP5720) - Son of a former journalist / Wadham College, Oxford
Catherine Bennett / Lawnswood High School / Hertford College, Oxford.
Zoe Williams / Godolphin and Latymer Girls School (per term UKP5760)
/ Lincoln College, Oxford (Modern History)
Tanya Gold / Kingston Grammar School (Independent - admission by exam and interview) / Merton College, Oxford
Marina Hyde / ? / Christ Church, Oxford (English)
Bidisha Bandyopadhyay / Haberdashers' Aske's Independent School for Girls (admission by exam and interview) / St Edmund Hall, Oxford (Old and Middle English, LSE (MSc in Moral and Political Philosophy and Economic History)
Emily Bell / ? / Christ Church College, Oxford (Jurisprudence)
Peter Bradshaw / The Haberdashers' Aske's Independent Boys' School (admission by exam and interview) / Pembroke College, Cambridge (English)
David Mitchell / Abingdon School Oxford est. 1100 (per term Day UKP5290 / Boarder UKP11180) / Peterhouse, Cambridge (History)
Riazat Butt / ? / /A. N. Other College, Oxford
David Shariatmadari / ? / King's College, Cambridge
Timothy Garton-Ash / Sherborne School est 1550 (per term Day UKP8545 / Boarder UKP10555) / St. Antony's College, Oxford (Modern History)
Simon Tisdall / Holland Park School (generally receives 1000 applicants for its 240 places a year) / Downing College, Cambridge (History, Politics and Philosophy)
Jane Martinson / ? / A. N. Other College, Cambridge (English)
John Hooper / St Benedict's Independent School, London (per tern UKP4450)
/ St Catharines College, Cambridge
Ian Black / ? / A.N. Other College, Cambridge
Sam Leith / Eton College (per term UKP11090) / son of journalist Penny Junor / Magdalen College, Oxford
Peter Preston / Loughborough Grammar School est 1495 (per term Day UKP3575 / Boarder UKP7705) / John's College, Oxford
Andrew Rawnsley / Lawrence Sheriff School (selective boy's grammar) / Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (History)
Simon Jenkins / Mill Hill School est 1807 (per term Day UKP5948 Boarder UKP9398) / St John's College, Oxford (PPE)
Alexander Chancellor / Eton College (per term UKP11090) / Trinity Hall, Cambridge
Alan Rusbridger / Cranleigh Independent Boarding School (per term UKP10610) / Magdalene College, Cambridge (Eng Lit)
Richard Norton-Taylor / Kings School, Canterbury (per term Day UKP8090 Boarder UKP10745) / Hertford College, Oxford
Clare Armitstead / boarding school / St Hilda's College, Oxford (English)
Janine Gibson / Walthamstow Hall Independent School for Girls (per term UKP5470) / St John's College, Oxford (Eng Lit)
Martin Wainwright / Shrewsbury School Independent School est 1552 (per term Day UKP7100 Boarder UKP10140) / Merton College, Oxford
Victoria Coren / She attended various girls' independent schools from the ages of 5 to 18 / St. John's College, Oxford (English)
Nick Cohen / Altrincham Grammar School for Boys est 1912 (admission by exam and interview) / Hertford College, Oxford (PPE)
Ben Goldacre / ? / Magdalen College, Oxford (Medicine)
Seumas Milne / Winchester College Independent School of Boys est 1382 (per term Boarder UKP11250) / Balliol College, Oxford (PPE)
Rowenna Davis / Hampstead School (Comp) est 1862 / Balliol College, Oxford (PPE)
Hadley Freeman / She attended a boarding school in Cambridge / St Anne's College, Oxford (Eng Lit)
Paul Lewis / ? / King's College, Cambridge
John Harris / Wilmslow High School formally Wilmslow County Grammar School / Queen's College, Oxford (PPE)
Madeleine Bunting / ? / Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (History)
Jackie Ashley / Rosebery Grammar School for Girls / St Anne's College, Oxford (PPE)
Polly Toynbee / Badminton Independent School for Girls est 1858 (per term Day UKP5640 Boarder UKP9950) then Holland Park School / St Anne's College, Oxford (with one A level, dropped out) (History)
Geoffrey Wheatcroft / University College Independent School, Hampstead ((per term UKP5720) / New College, Oxford (Modern History)
Bryony Worthington, Baroness Worthington / ? / Queens' College, Cambridge (Eng Lit)
Hon. Tristram Hunt / University College Independent School, Hampstead ((per term UKP5720) / Trinity College, Cambridge (Hist, Latin, Eng Lit)
Michael Billington / Warwick Independent School est 914 (this is not a typo) (per term Boarding UKP12402) / St Catherine's College, Oxford
Tom Clarke / ? / A. N. Other College, Oxford
Amelia Gentleman / St. Paul's Independent Day Girls School (?) (per term UKP7056) / Oxbridge (?)
deep_stoat 10:45, reply
...By the Toynbee household. Given that you splash the cash so your otherwise average sprog can be hothoused (look at Dave Cameron, the Princes etc.), it seems La Toynbee was seriously thick as two short planks. Naturally, she got into Oxford after 'writing' an essay that demonstrated that she really wasn't a thicko at all (oh no), but these hidden talents seemed to have deserted her, leading to Toynbee's being rusticated. (As in, told to fuck off.)
BTW, there is also at least one Grauniad sub editor whose full-time duty is translating Toynbee's drivel into semi-legible copy. Again, money well spent.
changeroftheways 21:33, reply
Owen Jones (University College, Oxford) and Archie Bland (Winchester and Emmanuel College, Cambridge)
damon_love 13:14, reply
And of course virtual staff member (she might as well be the amount of cunting articles they get her to write) Joise Long
Newstead Wood School for Girls and LMH, Oxford (English).
deep_stoat 13:28, reply
In my experience, Archie Bland gets very touchy when you point out his education.
plasticflamingo 13:30, reply
He's never forgiven Emmanuel for its poor performance in the 2004 Michelmas Intercollegiate Lacrosse League
mount_st_nobody 15:50, reply
Plymouth High School for Girls (DHSG?), grammar school. Oriel College, Oxford. (PPE).
hack_daniels 12:17, reply
Thought I was still asleep when I heard GLC on the Today programme (no I didn't really, I was driving, but you know what I mean). Wasn't that "Newport State Of Mind" they played before they interviewed Eggsie from the GLC though, which is not by the GLC, even though "everyone" thinks it is?
I only turned on part way through so maybe I missed something.
UPDATE:I missed something Eggsy says.
Newport State of Mind was written and directed by M.J. Delaney, who is from London rather than wales
and of course went to cunting Oxford, and has managed to work one half funny comedy skit into a career. She was doing a TED talk about a month after the video came out, was always in the cunting guardian, and then went on to make a feature film. Given that people who've worked with her say she's a complete bitch I can only assume she has some very good dirt on someone powerful. Or her best friend from college now runs the BFI.
deep_stoat 10:51, reply
EDIT the url link didn't work, you need to do youtube links. Now go and sit at the back of the class.
plasticflamingo 10:00, reply
"Well, Kate Bush has let herself go" Camilla Long (@camillalong) August 26, 2014
rogermoore 9:39, reply
recently recounting in ST Style that she attended a spin class, led "by a camp fatty" Next week at the Bloomsbury Nuffield centre, a spin instructor asked one blonde woman, "Are you Camilla Long?" She was. "Did you write that I was a camp fatty?" Er, no, stammered Long. "Yes, you did", replied CF, and cranked the music up for an extra painful session.
celtiagirl 14:35, reply
way at some stage. Twitter back-and-forth suggests he thinks she made racist comments about his wife, or something.
hack_daniels 15:26, reply
but Gary is a happily married family man.
thebestnameshavegone 22:34, reply
That's nice for the neighbours, Paul!
dawnsyndrome 8:45, reply
Lovely fellow. She also has a terrific pair of norks. David started his career at Forum magazine and has worked his way upwards.
powermaster 11:48, reply
And those huge udders that many Englishwomen possess.
dawnsyndrome 21:04, reply
It says on her Wikipedia page that she is a 'scion of the aristocratic Clinton family'. Is this in the same way that half of the population of New York is Irish?
plasticflamingo 22:16, reply
(celebrity cats, cars, Armando Ianucci's Carpathian Walks...) and is indeed a likeable man. A colleague was at Oxford with Camilla and reveals that she was well-liked and a good laugh. So no news there. Can someone go round and have a look at their exterior woodwork?
john_lewis_partnership 14:01, reply
rogermoore 14:57, reply
Jayne Middlemass currently hogging 3 (three) chairs in Starbucks by dumping her bags on them and pretending to anyone who asks that they're taken. The absolute fucking cow.
deep_stoat 15:33, reply
And will perform from a floatation tank so nobody can see her body. I'll let y'all know *waves tickets in face*.
dawnsyndrome 12:06, reply
She really didn't disappoint. She did the Painter's Link with Bertie as Rolf! ROFL!!
dawnsyndrome 9:49, reply
So I expect her to get stage fright and cancel the rest of the shows next Thursday.
deep_stoat 11:34, reply
but i broke up with the woman who had my ticket, my GBP130 ticket. so now i'm not going, at all. but i'm cheered by the reviews - it sounds REALLY boring. four songs i could hum, with a gun at my head.
__________ 16:34, reply
but you are a complete loser.
powermaster 16:43, reply
i've saved on train tickets, venue booze and a kate bush baseball cap. i'm probably actually up on the deal, overall.
__________ 17:01, reply
Wasn't expecting it at all, but I shagged this bird last night and it turns out she had a spare ticket as she'd just split up with her boyfriend. She said the reason was he had a tiny penis, and was probably gay. And a paedo.
deep_stoat 20:02, reply
Outside her Reading home. They are rotten. All it takes is some brushing in wood preserver. Rolf could do that. OH. EDIT : can't spell for toffee.
fayekorgazm 14:02, reply
The place looks derelict
john_lewis_partnership 14:31, reply
deep_stoat 16:46, reply
In the making of Shadowlands they filmed the scene with Anthony Hopkins at the bedside of the dying Debra Winger. A tense and moving scene, the set had a stripped down crew and a reverential hush as Hopkins delivered his lines. As they finished filming the exasperated sound man cursed and complained that there was an odd background noise ruining the take. The actors and crew turned to find Dickie trying and failing to stifle tears and weeping
rogermoore 13:37, reply
Perennial Popbitch pinata Rafe has had another prediction come true: Mariah and her husband have split up. If you recall, she said it wouldn't last as Mariah was too demanding. Ironically in the couple of years that this has taken to happen, Rafe's husband has dumped her.
soapy_handerton 17:10, reply
powermaster 17:37, reply
Mariah has her own lighting people for promos & interviews. Without good lighting the fact that she has the shoulders of a busy hod carrier is obvious
the last time we heard about Rafe, she had been exposed as an obsessive internet stalker.
plasticflamingo 14:25, reply
May be worth editing that post
rogermoore 15:20, reply
You are a bunch of crass morons. I was privately educated at one of the finest ladies colleges, I have a degree and many famous friends including Geri Halliwell, who are you to criticize me?
powermaster 5:49, reply
with lizard-on-girl kissing. The reliably shit Lizo Mzimba has already managed to piss off Peter Capaldi with an interview where he harped on about the decision to go with such an "elderly" new Doctor, and constantly mispronounced Capaldi's name. When Mzimba tried to grab Capaldi a few days later for a red carpet chat, Capaldi signed autographs throughout and refused to look at Mzimba. Och, it's small beer but LM is developing a rep for needlessly cocking up his very easy gig as BBC Entertainment corr. They put him on News24 to obit Rik Mayall, where he repeatedly said Mayall had his quad accident in the 80s. Obviously that wasn't the case - and so easy to fact-check. Especially since Mzimba must remember the 80s from the first time. Born in 1968, he's a "middle-aged" 45.
celtiagirl 11:31, reply
I was at University with him at the start of the 90s. He was editor of the student paper at the time and had changed his course (of study) many times in order to prolong his time at Uni. Much like Van Wilder party liaison. Just without the sex. But maybe not the dog spunk
chestrockwell 14:00, reply
... LM had an interview with them, and of course didn't ask about the tax issue at all. Probably because the press officer told him not to. First class journalist.
The time-honoured 'fist bump' greeting is rapidly on the decline; instead, middle-class kids from Brentwood who have watched Attack The Block too many times (ie once) yout('h) who subscribe to the gangsta way of life are instead adopting the 'Kinshasa Handshake', a mode of greeting that originated during the first outbreaks of Ebola in Zaire. This involves bumping elbows to allow minimum body contact. Expect rapid adoption of this by hipster types at this year's carnival who, despite displaying many of the symptoms following ingestion of a four-times-rewarmed goat curry, are sadly unlikely to die of a filovirus. Unless they spend their gap year in Africa (or, indeed, County Donegal.
bad_horsey 14:10, reply
... and there'll be an ISIS stage at carnival this year.