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Has just been released and was £8.99 not so long ago and is no less elsewhere - bargain if you don't mind Maggie cracking your nuts!
The Iron Lady is back one last time to serve her country, crushing nuts between her steely thighs. Walnut, Macadamia, you name it - there's no nut that's a match for Maggie's mighty pins!
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#1
shame they dont do a pin cushion version so I could stick pins in her or a hammer so I could smash her head on stuff
#2
Brill, great gift however I wanted the cork screw version but as "this lady is not for turning" I doubt it would have worked
#3
a nut cracker how scary is that !!!!!!!!!!!:shock:
#4
janz70
shame they dont do a pin cushion version so I could stick pins in her or a hammer so I could smash her head on stuff


i agree, after what she did to the mining community in my home town :x
#5
This product is disrespectful to one of our greatest ever leaders.

The wonderful Margaret lead us through a golden era, a fantastic time of energy, wealth and fun.
They were great times with many fond memories.

Compare that now with the pseudo socialists who base their politics on jealousy, jealousy of successful people.
#6
Nesima
This product is disrespectful to one of our greatest ever leaders.

The wonderful Margaret lead us through a golden era, a fantastic time of energy, wealth and fun.
They were great times with many fond memories.

Compare that now with the pseudo socialists who base their politics on jealousy, jealousy of successful people.


Wondered how long it would take before this thread got political :whistling:
#7
Bargain.I can get my fire lit with this in no time.
#8
Nesima
This product is disrespectful to one of our greatest ever leaders.

The wonderful Margaret lead us through a golden era, a fantastic time of energy, wealth and fun.
They were great times with many fond memories.

Compare that now with the pseudo socialists who base their politics on jealousy, jealousy of successful people.


This has got to be sarcastic. Thanks, this will get my day to a good start.
#9
Nesima
This product is disrespectful to one of our greatest ever leaders.

The wonderful Margaret lead us through a golden era, a fantastic time of energy, wealth and fun.
They were great times with many fond memories.

Compare that now with the pseudo socialists who base their politics on jealousy, jealousy of successful people.


:lol:

Nice try, but nobody could really be this stupid.
#10
Maggie was great, I loved the way my Dad had to take out loans, the pay his mortage when it went up to 19%.

And I think he'll like crackin' his xmas nuts with this !!
banned#11
There is a Gordon Brown version too*. You insert the economy and it breaks.

* not available in Scotland.
#12
Does it also steal all your milk ? :whistling:
#13
she was a ****
#14
Excellent. I'm a huge Maggie fan - this will be a good gift for my socialist/commie mates, will really wind them up. Go Iron Lady!
#15
worst prime minister ever two words POLL TAX

voted cold as its that old bitch
#16
shedboy66
worst prime minister ever two words POLL TAX

voted cold as its that old bitch


The only people who objected to the community charge (aka "the poll tax" by those with an axe to grind) were those who were not prepared to pay their way in society. It was the fairest way ever to fund local services - all adults paid their fair whack, which presumably is why the scroungers objected. :x
#17
renard
The only people who objected to the community charge (aka "the poll tax" by those with an axe to grind) were those who were not prepared to pay their way in society. It was the fairest way ever to fund local services - all adults paid their fair whack, which presumably is why the scroungers objected. :x


:lol:

I've heard some hilariously stupid and misinformed things in my time, but that really takes the biscuit.

'Scroungers' :roll:
#18
i have a degree in politics and i've heard some drival in my time - but i honestly think this is biggest load of tosh i have come across, I suppose you openly agree with the fact that the Scottish were used as a test case for poll tax before it came into fruition


renard
The only people who objected to the community charge (aka "the poll tax" by those with an axe to grind) were those who were not prepared to pay their way in society. It was the fairest way ever to fund local services - all adults paid their fair whack, which presumably is why the scroungers objected. :x
#19
shedboy66
i have a degree in politics and i've heard some drival in my time - but i honestly think this is biggest load of tosh i have come across, I suppose you openly agree with the fact that the Scottish were used as a test case for poll tax before it came into fruition



You may have a degree, but you don't make much sense (besides being unable to spell drivel or knowing that i should be upper case :)). What is the relevance of your last sentence?

And if my comment was "tosh", please explain what was so wrong with the community charge?
#20
renard
You may have a degree, but you don't make much sense (besides being unable to spell drivel or knowing that i should be upper case :)). What is the relevance of your last sentence?

And if my comment was "tosh", please explain what was so wrong with the community charge?


It was a flat tax, ergo unfair on the lowest earners in society. There's nothing difficult to understand about that. If you disagree with the rich subsidising the poor under a progressive tax regime, why should it be any more acceptable that the poor subsidise the rich under a regressive regime?

Nice use of the typical Thatcherite rhetoric which claims that anybody disagreeing with regressive and punitive taxation policies is a 'scrounger'. It gives those at the lower end of the socioeconomic spectrum who blindly agree with unfair and regressive neo-liberal economic policies the chance to feel morally superior to those who don't, distracting them from the fact that they themselves are also being screwed by the richer members of society. Divide and conquer - oldest trick in the book. Were Michael Heseltine and John Major 'scroungers' for opposing the policy?

If the community charge/poll tax was as great and fair as you make out, it wouldn't have led to the demise of Thatcher or widespread social unrest across the UK.
#21
renard
You may have a degree, but you don't make much sense (besides being unable to spell drivel or knowing that i should be upper case :)). What is the relevance of your last sentence?

And if my comment was "tosh", please explain what was so wrong with the community charge?


lol Tory thinking never fails to surprise me and just for your information you are not required to take a spelling test to obtain a degree these days. You now also get student grants and loans cough I sometimes wonder if I would have been given the same opportunity to study under a Tory government.
Thatcher got a vote of no confidence from her party its apparent that not all her **** licking supporters have disappeared over time
#22
shedboy66
. . . just for your information you are not required to take a spelling test to obtain a degree these days. You now also get student grants and loans cough I sometimes wonder if I would have been given the same opportunity to study under a Tory government.


I am not in the least surprised that competency in spelling is no longer demanded. Yet another example of dumbing down standards to suit the lowest common demoninator, rather than maintaining - or, heaven forbid, raising - standards to achieve excellence. Typical socialist thinking, which is causing this nation's demise into third world standards and attracting the contempt of other, better educated nations.

My neighbour's children have had some of Bambi Blair's "student grants and loans". They are consequently saddled with enormous debts to pay off in the future. What a great way to begin their working life. Some of us remember the days when university education was free - pre Nu Labour, that is, but such uncomfortable truths are ignored by those who wear pink-tinted blinkers.

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