Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by willie45, Apr 17, 2018.
I nominate Diane Abbott
Why would that be?
She'd scare the natives into submission (or bore them to death).
That's if she doesn't forget what to say
More selfishly, a relief for the people of earth
Another uncomfortable BBC Radio 4 interview with Nick Robinson
Maybe she should go to Mars. She may find someone to have an equal conversation with.
A privileged education and a goodly dose of power doesn't seem to have borne much fruit apart from giving her the ability to annoy more people than most. She's not alone in being an Oxbridge twat but she is doing pretty well in the race to being first among equals.
Nadine Dorries, Katy Hopkins, to make my favoured candidates.
Yes, yes, and yes again!
Having echoed your choice though Spinno, I must say that my thoughts first turned toward the useless prat who is currently masquerading as PM.
Now... if the field were opened up to suggestions for male candidates, it would have to be Trumpton, closely followed by Farage and Rees-Mogg. (Ideally, all three on the same trip.)
But without quite enough diesel in the tanks. They can just orbit earth for ever, just in case any of us make to mars in years to come only to be greeted by their offspring courtesy of Ms Abott and Hopkins should they have arrived. Urghh
If it was men, John Cleese please or if due to advanced age not worth the effort how about Stephen Fry?
No we don't want them orbiting the earth...how about Pluto
I kinda like Stephen Fry :/
I do agree with the article though, “man on the moon” therefore “woman on mars”, diversity and all that...
Does that mean they have to send a bloke to Venus as a bit of role reversal?
Any black person simply because they would have less chance of being arrested for wanting to take a piss in a Starbucks toilet.
Hmmmmmmm.......... that's really not far enough away. Farage is toxic at almost any distance.
Firing him into the centre of the sun might do the job. The trouble is, it seems a bit unfair on the sun.
and imagine the solar flare that would be created...could wipe out all life on the earth
I get the reference, but Venus isn’t a planet I would like to visit as I understand it’s a tad hot.
I think planet Mercury if given the option of the two.
I’d go at night
Well he's not quite a black hole but definitely an arsehole
Blasting any of the above into space will only ensure a Vogon constructor fleet will turn up on our doorstep.
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