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Gordon Brown's saggy mouth
« on: Sep 12, 2007, 14:04 »
Have you ever watched Gordon Brown when he speaks?  I noticed that immediately after each sentence, his bottom lip appears to fall into his open mouth as he inhales and his jawline collapses.  :shock:

It's really creepy.

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Re: Gordon Brown's saggy mouth
« Reply #1 on: Sep 12, 2007, 15:36 »
Rory Bremner has captured it almost perfectly.

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« Reply #2 on: Oct 03, 2007, 13:48 »
Have you ever watched Gordon Brown when he speaks?  I noticed that immediately after each sentence, his bottom lip appears to fall into his open mouth as he inhales and his jawline collapses.  :shock:

It's really creepy.

I find someone who calls themselves D-Fens really creepy  :D

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« Reply #3 on: Oct 03, 2007, 16:27 »
Valid point.  Both of them.

Out out interest D-Fens, what the story behind the name?  :wink:

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Re: Gordon Brown's saggy mouth
« Reply #4 on: Oct 03, 2007, 16:39 »
Probably from the Michael Douglas movie 'Falling Down' where his thoroghly pissed-off character was nicknamed 'D-Fens'.

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« Reply #5 on: Oct 07, 2007, 14:19 »
I must admit..Mr Brown looks like he has just had a stroke!
(But then, that comes as no surprise when you see how much of his majority has slipped away!) :wink:

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« Reply #6 on: Oct 07, 2007, 18:46 »
Probably from the Michael Douglas movie 'Falling Down' where his thoroghly p****d-off character was nicknamed 'D-Fens'.

Bingo! (What's the story behind Klendathu?)

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« Reply #7 on: Oct 09, 2007, 19:40 »
Er......It's a been a while, as I recall  it is the name of a planet from as sci-fi flick

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« Reply #8 on: Oct 10, 2007, 06:47 »
I must admit..Mr Brown looks like he has just had a stroke!
(But then, that comes as no surprise when you see how much of his majority has slipped away!) :wink:

But...  Isn't it wrong to judge the Labour Party on their new leaders saggy mouth and the fact that he looks like he's had a stroke?  After all, he's a very clever chap who has risen to the top of his chosen profession, despite his disabilities.  Surely that is something that should be commended.  Maybe...

But... Labour policies are still crap!

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« Reply #9 on: Oct 10, 2007, 14:07 »
But...  Isn't it wrong to judge the Labour Party on their new leaders saggy mouth and the fact that he looks like he's had a stroke?  After all, he's a very clever chap who has risen to the top of his chosen profession, despite his disabilities.  Surely that is something that should be commended.  Maybe...

But... Labour policies are still crap!

I agree...and I withdraw my remarks about him personally!

He is quite obviously a talented and intelligent man (and I really believe he was an outstanding Chancellor)
But Labour are a spent force... Mr Brown lacks Tony Blair's charisma and spin.... And Labour now look exactly like the Tories did, when Mrs T was ousted...and a Dull, uncharismatic John Major took over.

I think 2009 will mark the demise of New Labour.. (for 4 yrs at least) and as with the Tories before them...they have been in power an unhealthily long period of time!

time for a change imho :wink:

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Re: Gordon Brown's saggy mouth
« Reply #10 on: Oct 10, 2007, 15:37 »
I think 2009 will mark the demise of New Labour.. (for 4 yrs at least)

I think Iraq probably marked the demise of New Labour, and they probably know it but daren't call a general election until they pull the troops back and the dust has settled on the whole fiasco.

I'm sure by then, Tony will have got the whole Middle East thing sorted out and the British electorate will have forgotten about the Labour Partys warmongering ways.  We will also have gotten used to Gordon Browns saggy mouth.  :|

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Re: Gordon Brown's saggy mouth
« Reply #11 on: Oct 12, 2007, 11:04 »
I feel kind of sorry for Gordon Brown at the moment, he is getting butchered from all sides. Sadly, he hasn't the charisma to punch his way out of it, and his body language indicates a man under extreme pressure, largely of his own making. Cameron is tearing into him and doing a lot of damage ATM. Will he make it to the next election as leader?

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