leaving aside the revolting Scotch- here's the new kit for some ladies biking troupe
rogermoore 9:07, reply
Can anyone actually explain why this happened? Having scanned all news stories, I am still, pretty much, flummoxed.
hack_daniels 9:47, reply
I think I preferred him when he made those awful fake adverts...He called me a newbie last week...
plasticflamingo 10:37, reply
middle aged over weight Full Kit Wankers puffing up the road in this:
hack_daniels 9:53, reply
being very charming and helping old ladies and women with pushchairs. I shit you not.
deep_stoat 12:08, reply
Probably corn and probably a PB untouchable, but are we all aware of Irish chanteuse E*y*'s weird trifecta with her manager and her manager's wife? It was only a brief thing though, lasting barely eight years.
bad_horsey 7:52, reply
However every actor is gay, no matter what they may tell you. And the butch ones are the worst, all bona alamo for bijou twinks them lot.
fayekorgazm 15:26, reply
Being able to breathe through your ears is def a positive attribute for an actor, male or female.
dawnsyndrome 9:18, reply
HotPMFacts from PM. David Cameron has bought a villa in the Niccone Valley (Umbria/Tuscany border) and work is progressing there. So, the upcoming election, the possible loss of Union, the certainty that the Conservatives will not get a majority and the return of Boris means he is preparing to return to business and leisure.
powermaster 9:37, reply
Not happy with Bono and his chums having non-consensual intercourse with your iTunes library? There's an app for that.
bad_horsey 11:42, reply
he, or more properly, his wife can afford to buy and renovate an Italian villa. The loss of Union must markedly increase Cameron's chances of being re-elected. In fact, I'm surprised he's not up there actively encouraging them to vote yes. Although, in a weird way, I suppose he is...
plasticflamingo 9:42, reply
Wouldn't the loss of the union mean the Conservatives have much-improved chances of being re-elected, but that enraged Tory MPs would force him to resign?
This myth of "lose Scotland and never get another Labour Govt." is exactly that. They'd've still won in 1997, 2001 & 2005 without Scotland, although last time around without Scotland there would've been an overall Tory majority. What fun that would've been. If you think the last 4 years have been bad imagine what it would've been like if the slash & burn merchants had been given free reign.
mongus_maximus 10:25, reply
Cycling royalty Mark Cavendish and Marcel Kittel demonstrated their support for the event organisers' goal of encouraging young people to adopt active lifestyles, by taking the time to meet local primary school children, sign autographs, and generally be charming and approachable. Bradley Wiggins on the other hand, ignored them completely, preferring to share a chat and a joke with a group of businessmen in the VIP area, before riding off past the disappointed children without so much as a wave.
car_snow_gin 13:27, reply
But the schedule given to VIP attendees of the Bath stage stated that Sir Brad would be available to them right up until warm-up. He's still the biggest draw for these things and tends to bring the most money in, a quick Google (i'm guessing you're more of a Bing gal?) would show his support for the charities involved.
soapy_handerton 8:46, reply
He was perfectly nice to Linda Snell on The Archers, so I can't see what the problem is here...
plasticflamingo 9:38, reply
but he ditched the extravagant sideburns as long ago as November 2012, so use of the past tense is in order. tinyurl.com/cqk6do8 He now sports a beard, much like any other Hoxton courier.
philanderer 15:37, reply
...It's been a good week in PR terms for the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine - their veteran Ebola-hunter par excellence Peter Piot appeared in the recent documentary about William Pooley, looking very heroic (he did co-discover the disease, after all), and his polished performance on screen can no doubt be put down to sterling prep work from LSHTM's communication team.
Of course, the comms team has something of a PR/hygiene problem of its own. It turns out one member of the outfit has severe BO, so severe in fact that neighbouring colleagues have to turn their fans off in case the stench wafts their way. Compounding matters no end is the fact that said odiferous co-worker likes stashing their even grubbier sports kit in the team coat-cupboard, which stinks the place out even more. Oh the ironies!