I can speak with authority about numbnuts
, drunks and under-achievers.
Surely if you're good enough you're English enough, a strategy pioneered by our national cricket side and slavishly followed by our rugby union numbnuts
Pub: The Turbinia, Walkerdene, Newcastle Question Master: Mark Day and Time of Quiz: 8pm Wednesday Price: pounds 1 per person Prize Money: First and second received cash prizes Food: Roast potatoes and sandwiches Participating age groups: Wide range Star Rating: 7/10 Number of Teams: Seven Marking System: Marked by the host Most unusual name: Numbnuts
Quiz Format Round 1: Picture round.
And Zone,as in this is where it is numbnuts
, so if you want to have a squawk then move along.
But after they've got beaten by some numbnuts
who's doing the films of Jennifer Aniston you can see this look on their face which says they really wish they hadn't bothered.
Depressingly, this is as close as some numbnuts
come to exercising their democratic rights.
And who but a numbnuts
of the first order could live through the Northern Rock crisis - seeing blame apportioned, business models criticised and the very fabric of modern society fraying at the edges - and want to just point out that all those idiots queuing outside branches to get their money a few months back should have just gone to the nearest cashpoint?
It is to point the finger at those numbnuts
in the executive and their colleagues in the local councils.
And maybe it's me, perhaps I'm being too squeamish, but a website that bills itself as a "user's guide to Britain's peasant underclass" makes me think we've somehow sleepwalked back to 1983 and all become the sort of Young Conservative numbnuts
who used to laugh at the unemployed.
Before he realised who he was speaking to, the numbnuts
, who was seven times over the limit, let it slip that he had no licence and was driving under the influence.
If you don't want the state "interfering" in your life, fine: we'll close all the schools and hospitals tomorrow, numbnuts