THE DUCHESS - BRIT COSTUME DRAMA THEORY

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Re: THE DUCHESS - BRIT COSTUME DRAMA THEORY

by rossobantam » 27 Dec 2018, 15:33

subbuteoman wrote:
While all these rich fuuukers where going around doing their thing what about all the desperate, wretched, sick and starving poor in their millions across Europe and elsewhere who underpinned this crap ? The poor of Ireland for instance who died in the famine. Im not saying all the rich were bad, some were very good, but the system was putrid.
apologies in advance to subbyman & all his brethren, but as the incomparable Alan Partridge summed up the Irish potato famine:

"At the end of the day, they will pay the price for being a fussy eater. If they could afford to emigrate, they could afford to eat at a modest restaurant"


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