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Gordon Browns weird mouth movements

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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
has anyone noticed Gordon Browns very strange mouth movements when he ends a sentence, his whole lower face drops just before he starts talking again.

i started to notice this months ago.

this is very strange :lol:


has anyone else noticed it?
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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
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#1
haha yes I noticed that too... the guy creeps me out. Oh well...
#2
lol i thought it was just me
#3
I think he chews his tongue as well. He certainly is creepy and I've never really liked the man. I think he will cling on to being PM as I can't see the voters warming to him.
#4
He suffered severe head injury while playing rugby at young age & was hospitalised for a while. Although recovered, he ended up with permanent damage to face muscles.
#5
yes and also he is partially blind (left eye):-(
#6
edi
He suffered severe head injury while playing rugby at young age & was hospitalised for a while. Although recovered, he ended up with permanent damage to face muscles.


Recovered? :giggle:
#7
ade2j
Recovered? :giggle:


He was bed ridden for several months, I think ;-)
#8
As a student, he suffered a detached retina, after being kicked in the head during an end-of-term rugby match. He was left blind in his left eye, despite treatment including several operations and lying in a darkened room for weeks at a time. Later at Edinburgh, while playing tennis, he noticed the same symptoms in his right eye. After undergoing experimental surgery at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary the eye was saved, ensuring he did not go totally blind.
#9
I find him a bit odd, But I think he's alright, Can't be any worse than Tony anyway.

His Son has CF, So I believe Brown will be a a similar level to the rest of us (IE, He knows the costs of living, How hard things are etc)
#10
I know he has had set backs in his life. Everyone suffers some way at some point and of course to different magnitudes so to each their own. However, as far as role of PM goes, I much prefered Blair. As for Iraq, I think regardless of whoever was PM it would have happened.
#11
Blanco
I know he has had set backs in his life. Everyone suffers some way at some point and of course to different magnitudes so to each their own. However, as far as role of PM goes, I much prefered Blair. As for Iraq, I think regardless of whoever was PM it would have happened.


100% true... Whether Gordon Brown or Gordon Ramsay ruled the country, GB would have gone to war anyway ;-) Although Tony didnt have much choice, the way he tried to justify the war was appaling :)
#12
Iom-RF
I find him a bit odd, But I think he's alright, Can't be any worse than Tony anyway.

His Son has CF, So I believe Brown will be a a similar level to the rest of us (IE, He knows the costs of living, How hard things are etc)


Difference is that he can pay for the best care for his son and doesnt have to rely on the nhs. Although, even he has admitted that this isnt fair. I dont think that he shouldnt use the money if he has it, just think that it is wrong that one child gets treated better than another because his parents have money. The NHS really needs to be sorted out!

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