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Anglo-EU Translation.

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I couldn’t resist this:
What Brits really mean.

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21/05/2011 at 01:20

Obama Trumps Trump.

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Donald Trump and a pile of cranky American nativists sought to make political capital by questioning where President Obama was born. Bearing in mind that only those born in the US, etc can be President.

Recently Obama released a certified copy of his birth certificate which showed he was born in Hawaii in 1961, but not even that is enough for these crazy birthers, so here is Presdent Obama’s retort at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner and a good laugh it is too:

Seth Meyers on Trump is good at the end of this clip, watch out for the fox joke.

Update 1: Donald Trump doesn’t exactly say “Some of my best friends are…”, but apparently he had a few, er, issues in the past.

In Other News, It’s Time to Play ‘Sheen, Beck, or Qaddafi?’

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New York Magazine has a great quiz, It’s Time to Play ‘Sheen, Beck, or Qaddafi?’

I got most of them wrong.

I suppose the next one will be, John Galliano, David Duke or David Irving?

(H/T: Adam Holland)

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01/03/2011 at 22:50

Bush’s Speech.

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If you don’t laugh at this I would be very surprised, Tyler Perry’s The President’s Speech:

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01/03/2011 at 03:09

The EDL’s Tommy Robinson on Newsnight, Almost.

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Enjoy!

(H/T: HOPE, not hate)

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25/01/2011 at 16:25

Humour Watch: The Daily Mail.

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I wasn’t sure about this, until I saw it, rather funny, if you know what the Daily Mail is like:

Update 1: Two for the price of one, thanks to entdinglichung for pointing it out, the Irish chickens are busy too!!

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29/03/2010 at 23:06

Jacko And The Spittoon.

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The Spittoon has a fine sense of humour, and as with any major event or catastrophe you know who will get the blame. So it is with Michael Jackson’s death.

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21/07/2009 at 14:24