David Cameron has expressed regret for his foul-mouthed tirade this morning.
It was awfully rum behaviour, what? I know I was on that radio station which plays Lily Allen singing about wet patches and giving head, and I know that people hear the terms I used, on a daily basis, but my saying them is quite wrong.
Of course people are going to be offended by an Old Etonian conversing in the same manner as the rest of the population.
Well, he didn't say that but you get the idea.
Cameron doing the fashionable thing, 'expressing regret' for his comments this morning, appears yet more career politician risk-averse nonsense to me and I wish he hadn't. Now, if he'd said that Twitter was a bag of shit application populated by vacant ferret-fuckers and bollock-scratchers, or that the public were fizzing at politicians and wished to see them gang banged up the brown starfish by a dozen AIDS-ridden Polish labourers, all to Womens Institute radio, one could understand the need for an apology.
But for fuckity-fuck's sake, 'pissed off' and 'twat', especially in the context of the interview, and to the audience concerned, are nothing more than common-or-garden vocabulary. Why the fuss?
Probably to assuage the legions of 'anonymous complainants' just itching to get righteously offended. And the professional politicians created them all, with the daft offence-free society they have installed, instead of telling the anally retentive wankers to go impale themselves on a rusty spike.
What's more, by saying sorry for something which wouldn't have caused even a murmur of disapproval in any group of everyday citizens, Cameron is giving succour to the miserable cock-sockets who search for such things to complain about.
Like the thousands of morally-outraged who were moved to complain to the BBC about Jonathan Ross's (admittedly tasteless) radio show when only 2 of those who listened felt aggrieved, or the 23 charmless groups who went to the trouble of registering a complaint with Wookey Hole after reading the 'fun' story about their recruitment ad for a witch (bad luck with that by the way, Debs).
Don't apologise to these cunts, David, it only boosts their ego and encourages them to be 'offended' by more and more irrelevant nonsense. Instead, they should be ignored and marginalised from decent society, ridiculed by TV comedians, condemned by the tabloids as miserable anti-social gits. As was dished out to Mary "I watched it three times and was offended more each time" Whitehouse in the 70s.
As for the MSM. Stop making such a big fuss. One minute you're flagellating an MP for being out of touch as he has a moat, the next you're making headlines about how a posh guy says things that we tend to do. You can't have it both ways.
The real story, that of what Cameron thinks about Tory election chances and how he feels about being Prime Minister, was relegated to a few paras further down which almost no-one will see.
To add balance, Harriet Harfuckwit was equally over-sensitive in apologising to Martin Sheen for a bit of light-hearted radio banter in March.
Oh, and if anyone has been offended by my language in this article? Fuck you. I hope that helps.