A constant reminder that life was so much better before the internet
The Tories' sombre and austere Daily Mailogram contrasts sharply with the cover of the Labour manifesto, published yesterday, which depicts an optimistic British family looking forward to a new life in the Dordogne.
Please, If you are quoting the daily mash, acknowledge the quote, plagiarism doesn't suit you.
Click on the word "Hah", you utter cretin.
"plagiarism doesn't suit you."Funny how being a dick suits you.But anyway, yes a brilliant quote. I've been giving the idea some thought if Labour win, for months I've already been sending all the salary I can spare to invest abroad. Easy making a profit when the pound continues to tank.
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A wise choice the Dordogne it's full of foreigners 37% are not French. Don't know how Le Pen will take it though.As Pembokeshire is known as little England beyond Wales I suppose you could say the the Dordogne is little England beyond France.Beautiful area full of castles built by Richard the Lionheart, was English once before.
I think Les frogs now refer to it as "Dordogneshire"Snide bastards that they are!
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