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To not slap George Osborne in the face should I meet him

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Belleende Wed 03-Dec-14 18:17:48

Now mn I think we can all agree that Osborne is a smug faced greasy ass spawn of Satan. He is top of my list of faces I'd love to slap. In fact he may top my all time list beating even Renee zig weirder (I like that auto correct am keeping it, sure you will figure it out).

However, Satan's spawn has just saved me the guts of £4K on a house purchase. What with that, and it being the season of gooD will, I am thinking that should I happen upon him, WIBU to refrain from giving him a good slap. I think maybe until the new year then all bets are off.

ravenAK Wed 03-Dec-14 18:21:06

Fair dos. I have a teaching colleague who was once in arm's length of Michael Gove & didn't even punch him in the nads.

She felt it would reflect badly on the charity she was representing.

After a couple of terms, we even let her back in the staffroom, & stopped hiding her mugs & photocopying our bottoms on her printer credits.

zeezeek Wed 03-Dec-14 18:26:09

YABVVVVU to resist the urge even in the season of goodwill.

Personally I would prefer to walk on his face with some particularly spiky dominatrix style stilettoes......

PausingFlatly Wed 03-Dec-14 18:29:25

Dunno. Is that £4K you're going to have to shell out elsewhere because the council have removed your MIL's home care after Georgie Boy cut funding?

Swings & roundabouts, an' all that.

queenoftheknight Wed 03-Dec-14 18:45:43

He walked past me in a pub once, and by the time I realised it was definitely him, I desperately tried to sum up how I felt in one pithy soundbite, failed, and watched him being driven off in his green range rover.

What should I have said?

I did give him a Paddington hard stare. <feeble>

Belleende Wed 03-Dec-14 18:54:51

I think "you sir, are a total cunt sir. That is all" would suffice.

Samcro Wed 03-Dec-14 18:58:02

oh I would slap him
what him and his slimey mates have done to disabled people.
slapping is too good for them.
Oh and don't count on the 4k they will get it back off you.

queenoftheknight Wed 03-Dec-14 19:04:18

I did shake with pure rage.

ssd Wed 03-Dec-14 19:04:25

thing is, they are saving homeowners money, what about if you cant afford a home or are homeless, what are the tax cuts going to do to those folk?

Marylou2 Wed 03-Dec-14 20:16:33

He's my MP and he's not a bad bloke really
Just trying to sort out the shit the last lot left us in.I realise I'll probably be expelled from MN for expressing this opinion. Good call on the stamp duty.

BelleateSebastian Wed 03-Dec-14 20:20:00

My ds have some of his sons hand me down boden pjs!! ;)

Chalalala Wed 03-Dec-14 20:24:35

I hear you OP. We're about to start looking for a house, and we frequently fly to the US with children. It's like he made these announcements with my specific family in mind. So I can't find it in me to hate him today.

Tomorrow though... grin

chicaguapa Wed 03-Dec-14 20:31:51

We have saved £4k on stamp duty too. I sent a jokey text to left wing socialist teacher DH with #lovethetories and he's now pissed off with me. confused

I'm sure my confused feelings will have re-righted themselves by 7 May. <hopes>

MissPenelopeLumawoo2 Wed 03-Dec-14 20:31:57

I think you have to slap him. His smug face absolutely demands it. But-I do like the dragonfly wallpaper in the Osborne & Little range.Although I feel slightly sordid admitting that.

MovingOnUpMovingOnOut Wed 03-Dec-14 20:35:00

Yabu. You should still slap him but leave out the kick in the balls.

Avonmore Wed 03-Dec-14 20:41:18

Yabu.
It's a one off saving, he's taken away plenty more with the other hand.
Despite being a pacifist in general he has the sort of smug face I'd never tire of slapping.

Whatsthewhatsthebody Wed 03-Dec-14 20:42:08

To be fair politics aside I would much rather slap Ed Balls as his cheeks would wobble and I find him far far more annoying.

George would respond better to a swat. Like an annoying buzzing fly.

Now that total bell and Gove! Really Raven your friend is a disgrace. smile

Hakluyt Wed 03-Dec-14 20:43:06

I was part of the booing crowd at the Paralympics. .<proud>

weresquirrel Wed 03-Dec-14 20:46:50

The thing is that he has saved you £4k but all that will happen is that sellers will raise their asking price by the amount stamp duty has been lowered. We need house prices to fall, not rise. House prices are insane in this country, around 10 x income at the very lowest.

Maki79 Wed 03-Dec-14 20:50:03

I'd much rather slap Gordon Brown. Still seething that he got rid of the 10% income tax bracket. Would have expected that of the Tories!!

I have to agree though, Osbourne does have one of those faces....

MindReader Wed 03-Dec-14 20:55:04

WELL DONE Hakluyt!!! thanks

I'd slap him, for what he has done to Disability Benefits and what is happening to the Disabled community in general.
Then I'd slap his 'mucker' "ShineyDave don't tell ME about the disabled".
But then of course I'd get carted off whilst they smirked.
So, I think I would simply tell them what disgusting human beings they were.
Not that they'd care, but it NEEDS saying.

I did see someone in RL today who has behaved appallingly.
Normally I'd sidle past but I gave a VERY hard stare.

TheFairyCaravan Wed 03-Dec-14 20:59:17

I'd slap him.

Cutting taxes is not a good thing. Especially when borrowing has gone up and disabled people and other vulnerable people's benefits are being cut to pay for it.

I wish people would see past their own front door and realise what is really happening in this country.

Electriclaundryland Wed 03-Dec-14 20:59:47

Ugh, I wouldn't slap him, it would mean I'd have to touch that clammy skin.

LaurieFairyCake Wed 03-Dec-14 21:01:45

One little policy while simultaneously trying to kill people with disabilities. Smoke and fucking mirrors.

"There's no cure for being a Cunt" - Tyrion Lannister

MissPenelopeLumawoo2 Wed 03-Dec-14 21:03:01

Good point, Electric. Perhaps you could use a slimy fish to slap him . It would probably be more pleasant to touch.

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