Tuesday, March 31, 2009

What is this new word "varl-yoos"?

Is it just me but isn't the constant repetition by Gordon Brown of his pronounciation of the word 'values' as 'varl-yoos' beginning to grate? I've just seen that little section on Newsnight where he is shown to have used the soundbite "Markets should be free but not varl-yoos free" in at least five major speeches over the last few weeks.

But, of course, he has been banging on about his moral compass and his 'varl-yoos' ever since he slipped in under the radar of the "Court of Public Opinion" and somehow usurped the role of Prime Minister without a shot being fired.

It would be good if he actually had any decency and morals and he 'varl-yooed' the opinion of the British people and stepped down.


subrosa said...

Well said Ted. I'm quite sure our varl-yoos are superior to his by far.

Oldrightie said...

It's just his way of speaking down to us all. A piece of work or what?

Fidothedog said...

Don't forget he keeps mentioning Alky Ada whoever she is?