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Next year's celebs. Apparently

A bit of sniffing around has turned up 'The Hot 100' care of some outfit called Red Pages, and I think it fair to say they will not getting much exposure here in 2007..... In among the models/actresses/whatevers nestle a few MPs: Ed Miliband, Julia Goldsworthy and Nick Clegg. La Goldsworthy impresses them because she was in a reality TV programme this year. Simply tragic. They keep company with Kid Harpoon, 'Young Brit singer songwriter who has supported Dirty Pretty Things', Danielle Scutt, 'Up and coming British fashion designer namechecked by Vogue as one to watch out for' and Lady Emily Compton, ‘Glamorous socialite who has succeeded the Marquess of Milford Haven as the Social Editor at Tatler’.

So I suppose we can look forward to Miliband et al being photographed turning up at the openings of envelopes, falling out of taxis and hobnobbing with reality TV 'stars'. I can scarcely contain my anticipation.
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Anonymous Anonymous said... 7:39 pm

Julia gets a lot of attention because she's young. That doesn't mean she isn't competent. But there are hundreds of support staff who'd make just as good MPs. Then again, there are hundreds of sitting MPs who have age but no ability other than racking up huge expenses bills.  

Blogger James Higham said... 7:42 pm

Who's actually on the panel judging this? It's not Donald Trump.  

Blogger Rigger Mortice said... 9:26 pm

goldsworhty got some fancy degree and then worked for the fucking council.can't wait till she gets power
shell be worse than fucking gordon  

Blogger Newmania said... 9:57 pm

Where does Julia Goldsworth get alot of attention ? I read at least two papers a day and I have missed it. When and why did I cross that thin line between the clever and the stupid C  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 12:07 am

"goldsworhty got some fancy degree and then worked for the fucking council"

blimey, there's a council for everything these days.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 12:26 am

Brilliantly played BlamerbellI should imagine FC directives would be avidly read in the local Press . Area Perversion meetings might work but in my life warnings of access delay would be more the norm.  

Blogger Rigger Mortice said... 9:21 am

nice one blamerbell.

my point is though,look at osborne,goldswotty and a whole host of the younger end in politics and none of them have worked or really lived in the real world.look at the mess broon has made.

cameron too I'm afraid.  

Blogger Croydonian said... 9:37 am

Returning briefly to the topic of towns with unfortunate names, were Goldsworthy an Austrian, she could indeed have worked for that council...  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 9:45 am

Rigger I have thought lot about that "hermetically sealed “ is the way I recall putting it . We are always getting them en route via a secretary top some MP in Iz .

Um….. C how stupid will I look one to ten if I confess I don’t understand your gag ?  

Blogger Croydonian said... 9:55 am

N - Click this (it is work safe) that the scales might fall from your eyes.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 10:04 am

HA HA HA HA HA OOOOOha ha ha ha ( think laughing Police man )

Oh please noone omit to follow that link.

There is a railways station in Sweden called Hell which says welcome to hell on the side and a town called Nowhere containing a sign you are in the middle of nowhere , but we musn`t dally in silly land to long

...Just long enough for me to share this gem of factoid which is absolutely true

In Texas it is illegal to have sex with a fish, in Florida it is illegal to get a fish drunk, and North Carolina thought both laws were good so in NC it is illegal to have sex with a drunk fish.

Right thats that I do kot want to e the oone who disturbds the mighty C`s pre eminence in the tantalisingly exclusive mount Olympus of bloggers . Where dod you come C ?  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 10:05 am

Ulp spelling a tad astray.

Where did you come in the poll?  

Blogger Croydonian said... 11:23 am

It seems to have vanished, but I think I was seventh, which is nice.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 11:57 am

You think this lot are bad, wait for the next generation of politico's built on state funding:

- no real world experience
- no concept of need to serve the voters.

They'll be cavemen in ferrari's.  

Blogger Croydonian said... 12:06 pm

And we have a winner for Metaphor of the Year.  

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