And the Lib Dems would be water.
Joe - would that be the fizzy variety, containing more air than substance?
Not sure it's that different, sadly.EU supporters? Check.PC fanatics? Check.On the climate change bandwagon? I expect so.I say this with regrets, btw.
Very good. The Lib Dems would be a cola with a twist of lemon.V
I would call the LDs flat orangeade.and this is flat out. (pinched from Calum Cashley)
Strange how nobody decided to include them Joe. :)
Ah Clarinda, you've been watching Nick Clegg on Channel 4 - oops your comment is too early. But if you did see it then you'll understand what I mean.
It's a lighthearted graphic Stewart, but I appreciate where you're coming from - a similar road to mine.
Good one RFB, I wonder if any libdems readers would consider doing a graphic with that as the focal point.
Auch surely not CH. Flat lemonade or orange lemonade, when heated, was a wonderful treat when you had the cold when I was young.Thanks for the link to Calum.
Vat 69 is what my gran gave me in my youth SB
Maybe I'd bottled it CH(depends how old you are)http://mypseudepigrapha.blogspot.com/2009/07/hes-leven-hame.html
Auld enuff to remember a distant uncle who had a large , I mean a big one, bottle of Johnny Walker which sat on the floor in his sitting room.
Jings CH, that was a fierce brew wasn't it? Haven't seen it on the shelves for years.
I'm coming to see what you've been up to Conan...
Sadly, the BBC's BwB blog won't allow reference to Conan's blog or even an indirect reference via this thread.Someone in Pacific Quay must hate it, so all the more reason to promote it.
Jings Brownedov, I didn't realise that.Then I shall publish every issue Conan does and say give that fact.Much appreciated the information, thanks.
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