Saturday, 10 April 2010

Loads-A-Bonus - The Eighties are back!

Ever since Labour depicted David Cameron as Detective Gene Hunt, the eighties have been back in fashion. Throughout the election, there will be contributions from our own eighties man - reinvented for 2010. He will be dispensing his advice as well as his take on the economy. His name is 'Loads-A-Bonus', and here's a sneak preview.

"Do you know why I'm here, ladies and gents? Do ya, do ya? I'll tell you why I'm here. Because I want to talk about my wad. Yeah that's right. I've got this wad of cash and it's all down to the HUGE BONUS I got paid this year.

Do you wonder why I've got it? Well, while you were all remortgaging your country in order to pay for the bailout of my MASSIVE investment bank, I've been creaming it. Yeah that's right. CREAMING IT!

Quantitative easing, I hear you ask? What's all that about then? There's nothing wrong with quantitative easing - I can tell you that right now. Quantitative easing is why I've had an absolutely MASSIVE BONUS this year.

And it was quantitative easing, ladies and gents that did all that, it did. It gave me my MASSIVE BONUS. And now, you'll be pleased to hear, thanks to quantitative easing and my MASSIVE BONUS, I can afford to keep young Garry at Eton, where he will continue to hang out with all those toffs. But I don't give a toss about him hanging out with all those toffs because thanks to Eton, Garry'll get a good start in life. Then, when he grows up he'll also make LOADS-A-BONUSES. Right Garry? Just like your Dad! Good boy.


  1. Yeah, he's a good boy Garry. Just like all those other children of meritocrats who oddly enough get an unmeritocratic leg up in life from their rich mums and dads

  2. Lord Harold of Enfield10 April 2010 at 17:17

    Oi, didn't you nick that character from me?
    Then again, now I have loadsamoney myself so I shouldn't worry

  3. Where's mee washboard?

  4. PrivilegedSpice10 April 2010 at 17:38

    Can't believe people still talk about class war. Class is just wallpaper. It's money that counts.

  5. The Ashes to Ashes poster just goes to show how out of touch Labour are - they must live in another dimension if they think that this country was worse in the 80's than it is now

  6. Paul Whitehouse10 April 2010 at 19:23

    Blimey. We don't want his sort back

  7. Its going be a toss up between one bunch of businessmen and another at this election