Think we should declare a moratorium on calling people a Tory


#261

Mighty mighty mighty bosstonys


#262

Eat the rich!

I agree about Tory foie gras though, it’s a bit too oily (made as it is from the enlarged livers of hedge fund managers)


#263

it’s free range though, you don’t even need to force feed them they keep gobblin’ etc etc


#264

Take it to this week’s filth thread


#265

You’ve all fucking lost it.


#266

Jokes on you Kallgeese. We never had it in the first place!

Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha! :upside_down_face:


#267

Do you have things like the Tory party in Ireland Kallgeese?


#268

What would you rather they called you? Mate, pal, friendo?


#269

Boss


#270

Personally would prefer mate to sir


#271

Use all of these at work. And more


#272

Definite Tory


#273

Gonna say no not really, but there are definitely quite a few dublin tories, if that makes sense


#274

:grimacing:


#275

Hmm. Certain elements of the two main political parties could be described as Tory lite but nothing as bad as the Conservatives themselves. @cutthelights wrote a good summary yesterday actually!


#276

my completely anedoctal perspective is that the Irish are a pretty progressive nation these days so hopefully there’s a change coming for you folks soon :slight_smile:


#277

Irish conservatism is also so closely linked to the church that it can be a very different beast to eg dave Camerons way of thinking


#278

Ah, yes, spot on. I am worried about this new, younger breed of politicians like Varadkar and Eoghan Murphy though. No links to the church but definitely coming at issues from a conservative angle.


#279

Fingers crossed Bam. A new wave of protests over housing have broken out so hopefully that leads to some change! We’re a good bunch and we’re getting there.


#280

Le moratournoium