Monday, 4 July 2011

Top ten Lib Dem chat up lines!

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As I type, twitter is going crazy for #LDchatuplines.

So I have taken it upon myself to compile a list of the top ten Lib Dem chat up lines that I have seen so far:
  • I'd like to reform your lower chamber
  • As a LibDem candidate how would you like to take my deposit?
  • Get your anorak - you've pulled
  • Can I put you down as a firm yes or a soft no?
  • Hi, I'm doing a residents survey... What's your name? What's your phone number? Are you free next Saturday?
  • How would you feel about getting involved with a gang of four?
  • Here's 20p. That's not to call your Mum to tell her you've pulled. That's the amount of money in any given week that an average tax payer will save under our fairer tax proposals.
  • I always use protection, how else do you stop Labour?
  • Hi, I'm Lembit Opik.
  • Huhne's your daddy.
  • My bed's a multi-member constituency.
If you don't get any of the above then you need to a) join the Lib Dems and b) get out less. There is also a facebook page where more chat up lines can be found.

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I'm indebted to Birkdale Focus for the following choice of words:

I am happy to address most contributions, even the drunken ones if they are coherent, but I am not going to engage with negative sniping from those who do not have the guts to add their names or a consistent on-line identity to their comments. Such postings will not be published.

Anonymous comments with a constructive contribution to make to the discussion, even if it is critical will continue to be posted. Libellous comments or remarks I think may be libellous will not be published.

I will also not tolerate personation so please do not add comments in the name of real people unless you are that person. If you do not like these rules then start your own blog.

Oh, and if you persist in repeating yourself despite the fact I have addressed your point I may get bored and reject your comment.

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