Wednesday, April 16, 2008

The infestation of the Parliament continues

We all know that parliament is infested with some terrible things, such a piggies with snouts in the trough and greasy pole climbers. Then there are the cloth moths.

Apparently they're out of control and they've been desperately trying to stop the little critters eating away at the carpets and, according to the Facilities department "other items in a number of areas of the Palace".

Given that they like dried skin and hair too I don't really want to speculate or imagine what the other items might be. Nay, the thought online is enough to cause nausea. They reckon that the clean up job will take at least six months, the problem is they've found the moths "elsewhere" now.

"Elsewhere" you say? Gordon's wallet perhaps? Maybe Sarah's knickers? Oops. Did I just type that out loud? I think I may have to go and stand in the corner for lowering the tone. Shame on me. Can anyone think of less gratutious places "elsewhere" might be?


machiavelli said...
16 Apr 2008 11:33:00  

Mr and Mrs Martin’s wallet and purse

Barnacle Bill said...
16 Apr 2008 11:42:00  

A plague of moths!
I wonder what other evil Tony Wots His Name has brought down on poor Gordimmo's head?

Anonymous said...
16 Apr 2008 11:46:00  


chaucer Quango said...
16 Apr 2008 12:26:00  

Chaucer Quango said...

I think that Gordon brown was terrific at PMQ's
He pummeled Cameron over his poor grasp of the
real economic situation.

The Tory Toff leader was weak and ineffective and
failed to land a single blow.
Brown has really got a grip now, and is more than
a match for him.

Clegg was just insipid. A total waste of a

Make no mistake, Labours fortunes are on the rise.

Anonymous said...
16 Apr 2008 13:17:00  

Michael 'Wiggy' Fabricant's implausible thatch? (or don't the critters dine on old polyester?)

JuliaM said...
16 Apr 2008 15:29:00  

Why complain? They are probably the only parasites in the place who lack an expense account...

Trixy said...
16 Apr 2008 16:46:00  

'Make no mistake, Labours fortunes are on the rise.'

glad someone's are. Because with this current economic situation things ain't looking that great for the rest of us.

OR you could just be a Labour luddite luvvie.

Mr Angry said...
16 Apr 2008 17:13:00  

The largest number of moths in the Palace of Westminster are undoubtedly to be found nestling between the pages of "The Guide to Good Governance and Personal Probity for MPs" - the least read work in the entire Parliamentary library.

Semaj Mahgih said...
16 Apr 2008 17:34:00  

The Lords?

lettersfromatory said...
17 Apr 2008 09:50:00  

I've got these little buggers in my flat and believe me when I say they are hard to get rid of.

Nevo said...
18 Apr 2008 15:49:00  

Let's hope they don't get established in the "Thetford Forest" !!! is a participant in the Amazon Europe S.à.r.l. Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to