does your plumber like lagertha?
but if a series gets big enough it get snapped up by american newtork doesn’t it, as happened with the wire
I’ll ask him next time he’s round.
He’s in his late 20s, big handsome fella, looks fairly cool. Favourite musical artist: Phil Collins.
Didn’t he just stomp around Victorian London in a ridiculous hat and big coat scowling at people for the entire series?
you’re thinking of dickens’ scrooge
sounds more like an aslaug man
Yes, but there was also grunting.
It might be time for the asteroid to hit.
There’s still more. Check out its headline in the most read list. Bleurgh.
A fairly plain article about delays building a stadium.
Then goes a bit brexity about where everything was built
Think he is busy with his grime career at the moment…
I’m sure they didn’t use any dirty foreign materials in their manufacturing processes either.
Original headline “Sex work stall at freshers fair branded disgraceful”
Because the beeb couldn’t do an ounce of reporting for itself, and would just prefer to C + V straight from some SWERF twitter account.
Also, anyone calling themselves a journalist who calls julie bindel a ‘feminist campaigner’ with no qualifications can fucking do one.
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“The cultural significance of [him] wearing a turban at the [event, and] becoming a recognisable figure in the public eye, makes it notable that he has failed a drugs test.”
No it doesn’t.