That’s as close as we come to a river around our village. It’s a beautiful walk here. Hardly ever visited. It’s one of Hawklad’s favourite spots. Looks tranquil but amazingly a few years back the old bridge was swept away in a storm. That’s some storm.

So it’s a knighthood for Gavin Williamson. Remember him, the prat in UK Government who was in charge of the UK’s education system. Actually PRAT in the GOVERNMENT doesn’t really narrow the field down too much…. Anyways, he was in charge of the schools and made a point of being photographed at his desk with a horse whip in prominent view. His incompetence messed up thousands of pupils final exams. He was even too incompetent for this calamity Government and was sacked. Not his first sacking. The last Prime Minister sacked him as Defence Secretary for being personally responsible for a security leak. In the PM’s words – ‘lost confidence in his ability to serve’.

So his track record of success clearly merits being called SIR from now on.

At this rate I might get a knighthood.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Made Sir for my services to Muppetry and Baking.

That’s actually got a ring to it.

39 thoughts on “Sir

  1. I don’t like using the word corruption in the context of the UK government, or at least that is how I used to feel. This lot are corrupt to the core. Obviously Williamson has dirt on Johnson, this is his reward for keeping his trap shut.

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