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David “Twat” Cameron

July 29, 2009

Not content with merely hugging hoodies to get down with the kids (presumably whilst his shadow home secretary, Chris Grayling, sneaks up from behind to pocket their mobile phones), David Cameron has launched a new offensive to win over the younger generation. During an interview on Absolute Radio he slipped in this hilarious one-liner:

The trouble with Twitter, the instantness of it – too many twits might make a twat.

One can only wonder how many sleepless nights his PR team spent before they came up with that gem.

Worrying that his use of the word “twat” might slip under the radar, just to be on the safe side Dave threw in:

The public are rightly, I think, pissed off – sorry, I can’t say that in the morning – angry with politicians

Therefore guaranteeing maximum Daily Mail outrage: “Cameron forced to apologise after swearing TWICE in radio interview” screamed the frontpage of the Mail’s online site. Despite the Daily Mail being forced to spray asteriks all over the article, the commenters were out in force to defend Cameron:

At least he’s speaking how we as a majority feel.

Believe me, I’ve used far more colourful language when being driven to vent politicians.

– Mark, Bournemouth, 29/7/2009 11:15

and

Any lingering doubts that I had about Cameron are now dismissed. I will be voting for him.

He is normal – thank god – a politician at last who is normal.

– TrevorH, OXON, UK, 29/7/2009 11:12

On the basis of this staunch defence of Cameron by the Mail’s prudish readership, all Gordon Brown needs to do to win over the electorate is come out and call Cameron a cunt and his popularity will go through the roof.

Go on Gordon, it’s not like we’re not all thinking it already.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. July 29, 2009 3:20 pm

    On the basis of this staunch defence…

    Basis schmasis, if he did that his poularity would soar. I’d probably end up voting labour for the first time in many a year.

  2. Dan permalink
    July 29, 2009 3:30 pm

    David Cameron a normal person? He’s so fake that you could put him beside a cardboard cutout of himself and NOBODY COULD TELL WHICH WAS WHICH!

    • July 29, 2009 7:10 pm

      I would argue that the cardboard cutout resembles a human being more than Cameron does. No one can look that smug all of the time.

  3. john stewart permalink
    August 15, 2009 2:43 pm

    nothing your esteemed organ says will prevent me from continuing to vote for the twaty party.

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