Saw this last week in the Daily Mail letters page and have only now got around to sharing it: I’ve not seen the film, but this review amused me nonetheless.
So whilst Uponnothing is away, I’m taking advantage of my posting privileges. On Wednesday the Mail front page headline was this: The shirking classes: Just 1 in 14 incapacity claimants is unfit to work This is classic Mail in so many ways, see how many you can count. These are the ones, I found: 1. […]
Today David Cameron made a speech about immigration designed to specifically generate glowing tabloid headlines and appeal to the readers who have been systematically lied to about immigration for years. Here are two letters printed in the Daily Mail – one yesterday, one today – that demonstrate the sort of person David Cameron is shaping […]
I would dearly love to interview this couple to get their opinion on the world; from the Daily Mail Letters page today: Daily Mail Diamonds My husband (aged 85) and I (83) can beat Brian Toon’s brother-in-law’s parents (Letters) for the longest readership of the Daily Mail’s lively pages. Last week we celebrated our Diamond […]
A (moderated) comment on today’s Littlejohn column: I cannot find the words.
I often write about how Daily Mail readers swallow any old rubbish if it suits their prejudices – even the ‘stories’ that are nothing more than a completely dishonest headline and the article clearly states that the truth is completely different attract legions of outraged comments from Mail readers. Yet the current top story on […]
It is something that might explain the mixture of partial nudity and anger on the Daily Mail website: ‘Seven minutes ‘is the optimum length for sex”. Currently the worst-rated comment on this article seems to reveal a lot about the sexual expectations of Mail readers: Whilst the best-rated comment says just as much:
Bearing the title of this post in mind, imagine what kind of comments didn’t make it through on this article: ‘Cameron to host No.10 party for gay celebrities in bid to woo ‘pink vote’‘: And in the red corner: Not surprisingly only one comment has passed moderation on this article: ‘‘Immigrants are making our country […]
Last night on Twitter I joked that someone might accuse Sir Alan’s Choice of Arjun Rajyagor as the winner of Junior Apprentice as ‘PC gone mad’, and the Daily Mail website hasn’t let me down: It is good to see this accusation well in the red, and the fact that he is pretty much alone […]
I know that Tabloid Watch has already covered this, but I’ll just stick this picture here to prove to any doubters just what a shit rag the Daily Mail is: And also point out the heading that the Daily Mail decided to add: ‘Now here’s an idea’, which is essentially stamping an big seal of […]