Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Monday, December 31, 2007

Happy New Year!

Ken Frost
Happy New Year folks.

Have it large!

Ken

10 comments:

  1. Happy New Year Ken and all my fellow bloggers.

    Remember to over indulge, eat and drink yourselves stupid as this may get Nanny so stressed she may keel over.....

    Here are my New Year Resolutions:-

    1) Eat what I want.
    2) Drink what I want.
    3) Do what I want.
    4) Go where I want and as often as I want, especially if that involves flying or driving.
    5) Oppose political correctness at every opportunity.

    Now the question is, will I stick to these resolutions? Errr YEAH!!

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  2. Gott Nytt År!

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  3. Best Winterval wishes to all of the regulars here at NKB.

    I'd like to think that it would be lovely if we could all get together some day in meatspace, or the non-virtual world, or whatever it is the geeks call it, but given the sort of misanthropic, dyspeptic people we actually are, we probably couldn't tolerate each other for very long.

    So perhaps it's for the best.

    Happy New Year.

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  4. ...And to you and yours, Ken.

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  5. And a happy new year to you Ken, and everyone who reads NKB. - Andy

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  6. Black Sea, I rather like the idea of a real world NKB piss up.

    That would be an interesting event

    Manc, excellent Swedish jatterbra!

    Ken

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  7. I thought you'd appreciate that!

    As a Radio 4 listener and therefore a linguistic pedant, I'm compelled to point out that there is only one "r" in jättebra!

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  8. brent8:17 AM

    best wishes to all thanks ken for all your work. never miss checking knb everyday keep it up .
    brent
    wellington
    new zealand

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  9. track rat4:51 PM

    Happy New Year to you all. We had a booze fuelled and overtly fattening Christmas followed by more of the same for Boxing Day and New Year's Eve and, er, day too come to think of it.

    We can all make our own minds up about what is sensible to indulge in at certain times and throughout the rest of lives.

    As I have said in the past, bollocks to Nanny and all the best to Ken and the merry bloggers on this site.

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