Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Booze Matters II

Bullingdon Club

As a follow up to yesterday's article about Nanny's possible new restrictions on booze, I would note that the Tories are also more than capable in their own way of jumping on the anti booze bandwagon.

I would like to "gently" remind some of them of their own youthful past.

A little bird tells me that the young "stallions" of Bullingdon Club more than once got "sh*t faced", and made thorough nuisances of themselves in public.

We had drinking games at university when I was a "stoodent", eg a yard of Guinness mixed with a tin of baked beans. Oddly enough that challenge was popular with at least one lady, who now works in the media (I will say no more:)).

Like it or not, it's what young people are programmed (hormonally) to do; ie test their limits and test authority.

That's part of growing up!

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  1. Ken;

    With all politicians, be they Nu Labour or BluLabour, it is a case of don't do as we do, do as we say.

  2. microdave12:50 PM

    "a yard of Guinness mixed with a tin of baked beans"

    Ye Gods!!!! - And to think scientists are trying to genetically engineer food for cattle, to reduce the amount of "Global Warming" methane they fart out daily.....

  3. Anonymous9:04 PM

    I don't know about stopping me drinking. I think there is now a policy group somewhere that has beem set up to actively drive me to drink.

  4. Anonymous4:42 AM

    Growing up has gone out of fashion. The objective nowadays is to infantilise the entire population.