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Boris hides in Fridge

Discussion in 'Personal' started by lapinrose, Dec 11, 2019.

  1. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    And, of course, he must have come back since we next saw him a few minutes later already in his car, preparing to leave. Hopefully he gave the Sky reporter a two-fingered salute as he walked past, but Sky were careful not to broadcast those few minutes.
  2. Stiltskin

    Stiltskin Star commenter

    How many minutes is a few?
  3. Stiltskin

    Stiltskin Star commenter

    They don't at the moment, true. As that's already putting pressure on the system a rise in drug prices will see that increased. Luckily scrapping certain EU laws will allow them to easily raise that age limit, or make it means tested.
  4. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    Maybe he thought it was the Tardis?
  5. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    You thought this country was divided.

    Wait for tomorrow.
    rachel_g41 likes this.
  6. Nanook_rubs_it

    Nanook_rubs_it Star commenter

    As Johnson's lying, cheating, and cowardice are well documented, my assertions are neither inconsistent internally or contradicted by the actuality of his actions.

    Those who seek to defend him with sophistry have their own conflicts to resolve.
    vannie, cissy3, Scintillant and 3 others like this.

    SEBREGIS Lead commenter

    I think its true to say that he did NOT hide in a fridge.

    What he DID do was panic and keep on with a pointless task when confronted by the wrong sort of media. Rather than take control of the situation - perhaps even get the reporter to help load the van 'ho ho - why don't you do an honest days work just for a change, Piers' etc etc - he kept on behaving like a teenager on a zero hours contract.

    Or Bush, reading a children's story while the Twin Towers burned and fell. Remember how good he was as a world leader?

    Seriously, if this is how he responds when Sky news turns up, how in the is he supposed to face down Putin?

    We cannot trust this man on ANY level, nor can we trust the cavalcade of hellish circus freaks that follow in his wake (Gove, Morgan, Patel) - but feel free to vote for him because that is your right. Our schools may be in ruins, our children may be getting treated on hospital floors, our homeless freeze to death within yards of t house of Commons restaurants - but you can still vote for all that to continue.

    Yay us.
  8. Stiltskin

    Stiltskin Star commenter

    Ah the tale of brave sir R̶o̶b̶i̶n̶ Boris!

  9. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    You think Putin would suddenly pop out of the darkness at 6.30am, uninvited, on a cold Yorkshire morning in order to catch the Prime Minister unawares? :eek::rolleyes::eek:
    nomad likes this.
  10. Stiltskin

    Stiltskin Star commenter

    Depends. Is there a cathedral there?
    nomad and (deleted member) like this.
  11. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    No, but people come from miles around to view Pudsey's famous milkman:

    nomad likes this.
  12. ajrowing

    ajrowing Star commenter

    Perhaps he realised that Boris Johnson was about to be re elected as prime minister despite his best efforts to prevent it and so wanted to hide in embarrassment?
  13. schoolsout4summer

    schoolsout4summer Star commenter

  14. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    You might enjoy this story, florian.


    "Boris Johnson has been forced to endure a nightmare morning after accidentally locking himself in a fridge with Andrew Neil, in an attempt to avoid questions from Good Morning Britain.

    Boris, who was ushered into the fridge by aides concerned about the potential impact of the forensic questioning of…err, Susanah Reid, sat on a crate of milk waiting to be let out before Neil appeared from behind a cage of full-fat cream.

    “Oh ****,” explained Boris, before banging on the door to be let out, seemingly unaware that his assistants were keeping him in there for his own good, given that the last-minute Tory campaign appears to consist of not letting Boris say anything to reporters.

    As Neil attempted to confront Boris with a track record of failure, lies, broken promises and bungled policies, the prime minister attempted to climb inside a box of yoghurt.

    Neil continued, undeterred, asking “Prime minister, perhaps you could step away from the yoghurt and answer some of the questions the people would like your answer?”

    However, Boris soon admitted defeat, and realised there was only one way out of this situation; pretended to faint. Boris only opened one eye every now and again to see if anyone was coming to rescue him.

    Boris is expected to win a parliamentary majority tomorrow, as the nation confirms that it quite likes the country being run by a coward."

    SEBREGIS Lead commenter

    Like many a Tory sponsors financial holdings - far bigger than they seem on the outside (to the tax man...)

    SEBREGIS Lead commenter

    No. We all know that Putin is entirely predictable and would never do anything that might unbalance an opponent. He's easy to negotiate with because he is entirely open and you always know precisely what he's going to say and do.

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