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Ever wondered why David Cameron is always smiling??lol!

barky Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
David reveals in his interview with the news of the world that he likes nothing better than going home at lunchtime for a "nap" with his wife-says it energises him for the rest of the day.

No wonder they have curtains on that battle bus!
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
Are you saying Cameron is a liar and doesn't have a nap?
banned#2
Makes you wonder how he would cope with the collapse of the banking system , the economy and a war .
``Hang on i`ll deal with it in about a half hour - if you wake me that is``
#3
Anyone that finds time for a nap at lunchtime doesn't work in the real world.
banned#4
JonnyTwoToes will get jealous!!
#5
Probably botox.
#6
paul hunter used to have the same "naps" inbetween snooker frames with his missus ..... ;)

RIP paul
#7
afternoon delight, good on him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eplbDbp6XJQ

and if the best the labour suporters can come up with to discredit him is that he has sex with his wife then they really are at the deperate stage.
banned#8
http://i932.photobucket.com/albums/ad163/DJ_URBAN/Martin-Rowson-060609-006.jpg
banned#9
ants97
afternoon delight, good on him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eplbDbp6XJQ

and if the best the labour suporters can come up with to discredit him is that he has sex with his wife then they really are at the deperate stage.


You maaad? Who's tried to discredit him for having sex with his wife? (Though I've not seen it suggested he has or with someone else.)

I'll deffo put a question mark out for the leader of the country to take an afternnon nap and suggest the practice is rather odd.
#10
guv
You maaad? Who's tried to discredit him for having sex with his wife? (Though I've not seen it suggested he has or with someone else.)

I'll deffo put a question mark out for the leader of the country to take an afternnon nap and suggest the practice is rather odd.


you just did and nice to see you've already got him as leader of the country. :thumbsup:
banned#11
robtallica
Anyone that finds time for a nap at lunchtime doesn't work in the real world.


I guess working on Sundays, late nights and early mornings entitles him to a 'nap' at lunchtime.
#12
Ever wondered why David Cameron is always smiling?


because he is a pompus etonian plank who wants to look after the rich and pee on the poor whilst giving his school mates jobs in the cabinet?
#13
guv;8506748
Are you saying Cameron is a liar and doesn't have a nap?

the words "david cameron" and "liar" go hand in hand i think. bloody plastic faced slimy expletive!
banned#14
ants97
you just did and nice to see you've already got him as leader of the country. :thumbsup:


:thumbsup:

Some people seem to think EVERYONE works 9-5.
banned#15
boothy
because he is a pompus etonian plank who wants to look after the rich and pee on the poor whilst giving his school mates jobs in the cabinet?


Jealous?
#16
JonnyTwoToes
Jealous?


no
banned#17
boothy
no


Sour?
#18
JonnyTwoToes
Sour?


no
#19
boothy
because he is a pompus etonian plank who wants to look after the rich and pee on the poor whilst giving his school mates jobs in the cabinet?


didn't know this thread was on about Labours unelected business secretary Lord Mandelson.
banned#20
boothy
no


BNP?
#21
ants97
didn't know this thread was on about Labours unelected business secretary Lord Mandelson.


didn't think it was, he is another tool though
#22
JonnyTwoToes
BNP?


no


Life?
banned#23
boothy
no


So you're not a jealous, sour, BNP loving socialist?

Something in your post suggested otherwise - I must be mistaken.
banned#24
ants97
you just did and nice to see you've already got him as leader of the country. :thumbsup:


So I was right in thinking that comment was aimed at me.... why so cryptic?

So where do I mention anything about sex or his wife? Even if you read my comment as meaning that, where on earth do you get its to discredit him?

You really are clutching at staws.

Do you know of anyone that needs afternoon naps? Do you not find the suggestion a little odd?

On second thoughts don't bother... leave your snide comments for aSB.
#25
Who cares if he is ?

JonnyTwoToes
So you're not a jealous, sour, BNP loving socialist?

Something in your post suggested otherwise - I must be mistaken.
banned#26
guv
So I was right in thinking that comment was aimed at me.... why so cryptic?

So where do I mention anything about sex or his wife? Even if you read my comment as meaning that, where on earth do you get its to discredit him?

You really are clutching at staws.

Do you know of anyone that needs afternoon naps? Do you not find the suggestion a little odd?

On second thoughts don't bother... leave your snide comments for aSB.


I sometimes do - but sometimes working from 5am through till 8pm can sometimes do that to you. What a wimp eh?
banned#27
dontasciime
Who cares if he is ?


Not me. Are you offended by that comment?
#28
Bedtime is for sleep.
banned#29
dontasciime
Bedtime is for sleep.


OK then.
banned#30
JonnyTwoToes
I sometimes do - but sometimes working from 5am through till 8pm can sometimes do that to you.


Of course you do dear.

Want a wimp eh?


No thanks.
banned#31
guv
Of course you do dear.


Sorry, didn't make it clear enough for you:

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n.
1. Physical or mental effort or activity directed toward the production or accomplishment of something.
2.
a. A job; employment: looking for work.
b. A trade, profession, or other means of livelihood.
3.
a. Something that one is doing, making, or performing, especially as an occupation or undertaking; a duty or task: begin the day's work.
b. An amount of such activity either done or required: a week's work.
4.
a. The part of a day devoted to an occupation or undertaking: met her after work.
b. One's place of employment: Should I call you at home or at work?
5.
a. Something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort, activity, or agency of a person or thing: This story is the work of an active imagination. Erosion is the work of wind, water, and time.
b. Full action or effect of an agency: The sleeping pills did their work.
c. An act; a deed: "I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and, behold, all is vanity" (Ecclesiastes 1:14).
6.
a. An artistic creation, such as a painting, sculpture, or literary or musical composition; a work of art.
b. works The output of a writer, artist, or musician considered or collected as a whole: the works of Shakespeare.
7.
a. works Engineering structures, such as bridges or dams.
b. A fortified structure, such as a trench or fortress.
8.
a. Needlework, weaving, lacemaking, or a similar textile art.
b. A piece of such textile art.
9. A material or piece of material being processed in a machine during manufacture: work to be turned in the lathe.
10. works (used with a sing. or pl. verb) A factory, plant, or similar building or complex of buildings where a specific type of business or industry is carried on. Often used in combination: a steelworks.
11. works Internal mechanism: the works of a watch.
12. The manner, style, or quality of working or treatment; workmanship.
13. Abbr. w Physics The transfer of energy from one physical system to another, especially the transfer of energy to a body by the application of a force that moves the body in the direction of the force. It is calculated as the product of the force and the distance through which the body moves and is expressed in joules, ergs, and foot-pounds.
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#32
This is not news, we have been doing it for years.............maybe why we are both on our 4th child:whistling:
#33
guv
So I was right in thinking that comment was aimed at me.... why so cryptic?

So where do I mention anything about sex or his wife? Even if you read my comment as meaning that, where on earth do you get its to discredit him?

You really are clutching at staws.

Do you know of anyone that needs afternoon naps? Do you not find the suggestion a little odd?

On second thoughts don't bother... leave your snide comments for aSB.


still nice to know you've already got him down as our leader though:thumbsup:
banned#34
JonnyTwoToes
Sorry, didn't make it clear enough for you:.


Sorry, I dont think I made it clear enough for you either.

ants97
still nice to know you've already got him down as our leader though:thumbsup:


Why is it nice? You support SNP or have you jumped into bed with Cameron now (no pun intended).
banned#35


You think work = bull ******

That's radical.
#36
boothy
because he is a pompus etonian plank who wants to look after the rich and pee on the poor whilst giving his school mates jobs in the cabinet?


Do you think we should have a more normal person to be the Prime Minister? Personally, I think a good education is an absolute essential requirement for the role. Unfair on the average person yes, but a way of life.

My view is that the country doesn't reward success enough, so if the Tory policy was as stated above then it would make me more inclined to vote that way. Alas it's not, it's all about sharing the wealth for all major parties.

Sir Winston Churchill was a great believer in power naps. I don't think that should count against Mr Cameron or Dr Brown, if either of them want to take naps.
banned#37
JonnyTwoToes
You think work = bull ******

That's radical.


There appears to be a couple of tory voters itt that have difficulties in reading. I guess that's the fault of the labour party.
#38
guv


Why is it nice? You support SNP or have you jumped into bed with Cameron now (no pun intended).


A conservative govt in westminster will be the best outcome for the SNP. Having the scottish parliaments purse strings controlled by the 3rd or 4th choice party in scotland who right now only have 1 scottish mp and the inevitable turmoil that labour will be in as the harmons, mandlesons and balls of this world fight tooth and nail to oust brown will only hasten calls for scottish independence.
banned#39
guv
There appears to be a couple of tory voters itt that have difficulties in reading. I guess that's the fault of the labour party.


Not sure why you made a link through to a wiki page dedicated to bull ****. :thinking: I was trying to explain what work is to you.
banned#40
JonnyTwoToes
Not sure why you made a link through to a wiki page dedicated to bull ****. :thinking: I was trying to explain what work is to you.


I know what work is. And you really are hard work. (Seriously)

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