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Cameron or Blair

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
well?
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
http://s1.b3ta.com/host/creative/82831/1268232843/cameronblair.png
#2
A young hitler :thumbsup:
#3
Mr Ed
#4
damnn
1 Like #5
Saddam Hussein?
#6
Big Nick G
#7
seen it on another forum and it changed from cameron to blair depending if posts were odd or even

dunt work
#8
Bob Mortimer?
#9
hibees
Bob Mortimer?


warmer:w00t:
#10
it needs a white background, right click on the pic and view image, theres two pics in one pic :thumbsup:
#11
splatsplatsplat
it needs a white background, right click on the pic and view image, theres two pics in one pic :thumbsup:


i know was gonna say coz when i went to post blair was there on preview....other forum has alternate colours
banned#12
I can see the toothbrush moustache
#13
it's both

http://i43.tinypic.com/f2mphc.png
#14
casparwhite;8070954
http://s1.b3ta.com/host/creative/82831/1268232843/cameronblair.png

Defo Cameron
#15
Mallinersha;8071290
it's both

http://i43.tinypic.com/f2mphc.png

Defo Blair
#16
trego37
Defo Blair


It's both :thumbsup:

http://i39.tinypic.com/4qhaip.png
#17
http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00121/F_200705_May12ed_im_121063a.jpg
whilst we're at it ... guess whoooooooo

and this is him as 10 year old.
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/12/30/article-1102920-002A67A400000258-241_233x334.jpg
#18
http://img.metro.co.uk/i/pix/2009/10/browncameronhair_450x350.jpg
#19
http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/02_1/CameronEton2_468x420.jpg
guess which is cameron ....
not 8 ----> boris (2 years older)
#20
kippy

and this is him as 10 year old.
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/12/30/article-1102920-002A67A400000258-241_233x334.jpg


Looks like Tom from Hollyoaks :-D
http://holysoapcdn.five.tv/assets/images/161/20090618T131739_Soap_Profiles_3-1_1245327558_large.jpg


http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/02_1/CameronEton2_468x420.jpg
guess which is cameron ....
not 8 ----> boris (2 years older)

number 2!

who's number 3? Thinks he's well cool hanging at the back with his specs :lol:
#21
casparwhite
seen it on another forum and it changed from cameron to blair depending if posts were odd or even

dunt work


:lazy:
#22
oldmanhouse

number 2!

who's number 3? Thinks he's well cool hanging at the back with his specs :lol:


http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/02_1/CameronEton2_468x420.jpg
[SIZE="3"]Bullingdon class of '87
[/SIZE]"1. Sebastian Grigg
Still close to David Cameron, Grigg knew him from Eton and lives nearby, in Holland Park. Born into privilege - he is the oldest son of Baron Altrincham, Anthony Ullick David Dundas Grigg, and went to Eton before going to Oriel College - he is now a member of the moneyed aristocracy as a partner at Goldman Sachs.
He and his wife, former Times journalist Rachel Kelly, host an annual Christmas drinks in Lansdowne Crescent which is very much a fixture for Notting Hill grandees. Grigg made an unsuccessful bid to be a Tory MP.
2. David Cameron
Misdemeanours with cannabis aside, Cameron was clearly a surefooted operator at Eton, for by the time he arrived at Oxford he had the social connections to make joining the Bullingdon Club easy.
He still found time for work, though, getting a first in Philosophy, Politics and Economics before going on to work at the Conservative Research Department. Spells at the Treasury and Home Office, then seven years as communications head at Carlton TV. Elected MP for Witney in 2001, and became Tory leader in 2005.
[COLOR="Purple"]3. Ralph Perry Robinson
A former child actor, he had a walkon part in the 1984 film Another Country, that study of public school homosexuality and betrayal.
At Oxford he once paraded round Oriel quad dressed as a monk and calling for virgins to be sacrificed. A former pupil of the Prince of Wales Institute of Architecture, he was recruited by Richard Rogers to help him design a virtual reality centre in Japan. He now lives in a village near Salisbury, Wiltshire, where he makes furniture.[/COLOR]
4. Ewen Fergusson
Generally thought of as the "quiet one" of the group, Fergusson also had a wild side and is thought to have been responsible for a notorious Bullingdon incident in which a plant pot was thrown through a restaurant window, resulting in six members spending a night in police cells.
The son of former rugby international turned British ambassador in Paris Sir Ewen Fergusson, Ewen Junior - Rugby and Oriel - is now a partner in the banking and finance section of City law firm Herbert Smith.
5. Matthew Benson
Born into proper money - his family were wealthy merchant bankers - Benson spent three years working for Morgan Stanley before setting up a property consultancy.
Now a director of Rettie and Co, an Edinburgh-based property company, he married in 1997 Lady Lulu Douglas-Hamilton, ex-wife of Lord Patrick Douglas-Hamilton, at a ceremony which involved a ruined castle being rebuilt over three floors.
6. Sebastian James
Another Bullingdon blue blood, James is the son of Lord Northbourne, a major landowner from Kent. Something of an entrepreneur, his business ventures have included a DVD rental business, Silverscreen, and a dotcom business, ClassicForum, which was supposed to be an eBay for rare books.
7. Jonathan Ford
The president of the Bullingdon - a post to which Boris Johnson aspired, but never succeeded in attaining - the Westminster-educated Ford was elected to the post because "he had a mad genius about him".
After Oxford, where he read modern history, he had a spell in the City as a banker with Morgan Grenfell before going into financial journalism. He is now deputy editor of a financial website, and married to Susannah Herbert, literary editor of the Sunday Times.
8. Boris Johnson
He looked much the same then as he does now, albeit a trifle slimmer, and was regarded in much the same light: ludicrous, but with an ambition that is not to be underestimated. Beaten by Ford for the post of president of the Buller, he made up for it by becoming president of the Oxford Union.
Editor of the Spectator from 1999 to 2005, and MP for Henley since 2001, his chief occupations outside journalism and politics would seem to be amusing television quiz show audiences and being unfaithful to his wives (two, at the last count).
9. Harry Eastwood
Another old Etonian, after Oxford Eastwood worked in corporate finance at Storehouse, the retail group. Later tried his hand at setting up his own business, co-founding a firm called Filmbox which aimed to operate vending machines for people to rent videos from. They were persuasive enough to get backers to stump up £450,000, but the business was a failure before it even got off the ground. Is now commercial director for a company called Monkey."
#23
http://s2.b3ta.com/host/creative/46786/1268167887/camhornsSm.gif

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