Pun of the day

October 19th, 2009 at 11:30 am by David Farrar

In reference to the frequent texts from to her former colleagues, Geoffrey Miller e-mails me the following:

National uses Crosby Textor.

Labour uses Clarky Texter.

Heh, very good.

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8 Responses to “Pun of the day”

  1. Auberon (779 comments) says:

    That reminds me of an email I got yesterday from a friend in London, who says the phrase ‘British weather’ is being banned in favour of ‘Muslim weather – often sunni but mostly shiite.’

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  2. Pete George (23,833 comments) says:

    I’ve been critical of New York barbs, but this is clever, balanced, makes a point and is very funny. And it’s probably more effective.

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  3. Brian Smaller (3,966 comments) says:

    Auboron – that reminds me of the Islamist who thought the sunni shone out of his arse and that his shiite didn’t stink.

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  4. RRM (10,104 comments) says:

    I’ve got another one:

    “Liarbore”

    Get it? Sounds a bit like “Labour” except it has “Liar” in it! Haw haw…

    [DPF: A term I have never used, so what is your point?]

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  5. peterwn (3,338 comments) says:

    DPF – has the defamation writ arrived yet?

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  6. side show bob (3,410 comments) says:

    And don’t forget the bore bit RRM as most of them are bores.

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  7. jabba (280 comments) says:

    Labour supporters still rabbit on about Crosby Textor .. time they moved on, after all they have Brian Edwards

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  8. Razork (375 comments) says:

    and the average punter (and voter) on the street neither knows about or cares about Crosby Textor.

    I hope Labour keep going on about it; it keeps them distracted.

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