Mutinies and Bounties

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14 Responses to Mutinies and Bounties

  1. catweazle666 says:

    Hah, the Beagle strikes again!

    You go, Fen!

  2. Susie says:

    If I were Boris Johnson I’d be begging you for the signed original — it’s beautiful. It’s just what this country needs a bit of buccaneering spirit. If only he and Farage would join forces.

  3. tallbloke says:

    Yo-Ho-Ho and up yer bum!
    Here comes the capt’n with his bottle ‘o’ Rum!
    Fi-Fi-Fo-Fum!
    I smell the blood of an English Hun!

  4. Keith AB says:

    Ah Fen, always worth the wait. Love Longshot Johnson BTW.

  5. Leo Smith says:

    Twas on the good ship ‘Eagle’
    The terror of the Seagull!
    The figurehead was ‘windmill’ Ed
    Being buggered by a Beagle.

    The Bosun’s name was Huhne
    By god he was a prune,
    If you swallowed what he said
    You’d find yourself stuck ‘in the head’!
    Humming a jolly tune.

    The Cabin boy’s name was Nick,
    Enough to make you sick
    He jammed the locks
    And opened the cocks,
    The vicious little prick.

    The ships cooks name was Rompuy
    – We were becalmed and grumpy
    “Eat your Greens
    And Yuman Beans
    And blow us all to Pompey!”

  6. Luton Ian says:

    I’m not sure I can type anything after that rendition of the good ship venus.

    Brilliant!

    It does help to be 100% behind your leader

    you get a better shot at him from that position.

  7. Kitler says:

    Excellent work as usual Fen.

  8. Michael Hart says:

    Nice one, Skippy.

    It’s the Airbus perched on his shoulder like a parrot that does it for me. [Or is it a Boeing?]

  9. Zeke says:

    “The opinion polls now have us on 9%, some on 10% and 12% [up from 3% in 2010]. Why is it happening?

    Well probably I think that we’re quite lucky with our enemies.”

    ~Nigel Farage, UKIP

  10. Deadman says:

    Of course, Caligula was never as silly as modern politicians who are so eager to believe pseudo-scientific quackery. He never made his horse Incitatus—or “Speedy”—a consul; according to Suetonius (Vita Gai, 55), “It is even reported that he intended to make him consul”—consulatum quoque traditur destinasse.

  11. meltemian says:

    Love it! Love it! Love it!

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