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Wednesday, 17 December 2008

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The BBC elite dined on dinosaur caviar, extinct squid, do-do eggs, shangri-la shimp and atlantis champagne!

The down-to-earth bosses at the Beeb, have wisely spent the money, they probably saved on paying Jonathan Woss's salary for a week. By throwing a luxury party costing £45,000. Hooray!

Many of the public can be happy in the knowledge, that their licence fee, avoided going into Jonathan Woss's pocket and straight into the bellies of the BBC elite and their cronies.

Gerard McGarry, the holder of the world's tiniest balls said " I am glad the money I pay for my TV licence is used to show repeats, squander on the likes of Jonathan Ross and is pissed up the wall of the executive urinals at the beeb. This makes me very happy indeed".

His sentiments were not echoed by disgruntled pensioner, Harold Wilson (no relation). Mr Wilson said " Last year I spent three weeks without heat and contracted hypothermia and consumption; in order to buy my TV licence and all they show is fanny twaddle".

"Apart from Antiques Road Show, Cash in the Attic, Mastermind and the Egg-heads - I watch eff all on the box. £45,000 on a party, why couldnt they buy their food and wine from Tesco's where every little helps. Blinkin' Flip, they could have easily gone to Iceland like that scouser bird, with all them emotional problems and drugs goes. You can get a 'party platter' for a fiver, there squire! Where the 'eck are these people buying their food and drink? It must be from the private shop that's shoved up Mohammed El-Fayed's arse-hole", the wise old man added.

A spokesman, justified the party as being a 'necessity', because he; like the rest of his ilk.... is a supercilious C$*t !

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