Monday, 13 July 2009

Ainswort loses his H

Bob Ainsworth’s “H” was all over the place at defence questions just now.

I became suspicious when an extra H found its way into a sentence where it wasn’t welcome.

Troops had apparently been hit by a determined “hambush”, said the Defence Secretary.

Moments after it became clear that the H had been borrowed from a later comment, when Ainsworth explained he was getting troops more “elicopters” as soon as possible.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This Bob Ainsworth did he used to be headmaster at Grange Hill.

BigBossMan said...

@anon He does bear a stricking resemblence to Mr McClusky, but also Hitler, if you squint your eyes a bit.

alanadale said...

Perhaps the 'hambush' has some connection to the 'porkies' he's been telling about the army having all the equipment they need...

Grumpy Old Man said...

"Defence Secretary sounds like dodgy sergeant major"
(H) ainsworth as Bilco? Perfect!

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