It’s been ten years since the question was first posed to David Cameron by an anonymous internet poster on the comments section of the Brighton Argus website – and we’ve worked tirelessly to find an answer: Who would win in a fight between a baboon and a badger? Here’s what the celebrity world has to say…
Much has been made of David Cameron’s decision to stand down from Parliament. Is he too lazy to help his constituents? Too greedy to turn down lucrative speaking gigs? To proud to serve under another PM? Or could it possibly be that Cameron is finally looking to take revenge for that pigfucking stuff?
Got a vague, spurious and largely unsubstantiated rumour you need to make stick? Want to spread some dirt on someone without getting sued through the arse? Then you, my friend, need to take a lesson from Lord Ashcroft and Isabel Oakeshott’s seminal work Call Me Dave: Gossip For Beginners And Improvers.
Ever since Catherine The Great’s detractors tried to posthumously discredit her by spreading stories that she died shagging a horse, zoophilia has been the stickiest celebrity rumour to shake. Why are we so drawn to tales of barnyard bonking – even when they’re always absolute nonsense?
Back in August, DJ David Cameron announced his plans to stick an official age rating onto music videos and it’s coming into effect this week. The reason it has all come about is Cameron’s ongoing quest to stop impressionable children looking at Iggy Azalea smacking J-Lo’s arse and then going on a shooting spree.