“Dear me, he really, really is awful!”

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    Councillor X
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    The first minister of Wales said the prime minister “really, really is awful” after a meeting with Boris Johnson last year.

    Mark Drakeford’s comments featured in an S4C documentary, which filmed his response to the Covid pandemic.

    Who said that every word out of a politician’s mouth is a lie now?

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    #201610

    Captain C
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    Pot calling kettle black comes to mind.

    #201611

    Matt
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    Captain, well at least Welsh voters will be able to deliver their verdict on Drakeford in a few months time, whereas Johnson is effectively unnacountable to the public until May 2024. Plenty more time for a wrecking ball in a China shop to swing.

    #201656
    Councillor X
    Councillor X
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    Admit it Matt, you read this page thinking it would be about you :)

    Drakeford has at least handled COVID better than the really, really awful Boris.

    Then again Mrs Councilor X got a call from her hairdresser saying she is expecting to open next week and does she want a blue rinse. Hairdressers and other non-essential retailers in England are not due to reopen until 12 April so does this mean that people will be coming to Wales for a cut and blowjob?

    They need to read from the same page the pratts.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    #201702

    katy
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    Did you mean blow dry?

    #201709
    Councillor X
    Councillor X
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    Well Katy that explains why i used to get frowned on when i used to get my hair done when i was a young scamp! – thanks

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

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