The PM debate drinking game

3 Sep

Is see the Murdoch press is still flogging this election debate stunt…

Broadcasters compete to chair prime ministerial election debate

No sooner had The Times revealed that advisers to the three main political party leaders had touted Sir David Frost as a possible host, than David Dimbleby, the chairman of Question Time on BBC One, was keen to show his interest in the job.

John Humphrys, Adam Boulton, Andrew Neil and Justin Webb are among the other interviewers keen to take on the job…

I can’t think of three people I would less like to watch speak for an hour.

And thanks to the promised “rigidly scripted format”, you can be sure it’ll be even more tedious.

The only reason I might watch, is if Brown agrees. While admittedly the PM is as boring as A-Level Math, watching him isn’t without potential excitement. You never quite know when a gaffe will come… but you know it’s coming.

Maybe we can all have a drinking game via Twitter?

Whenever Gordie drops a bollock, we drink. Whenever Cameron says something smug, we drink. I fancy we’ll all be pissed inside 20 minutes.

If you fall asleep during a Nick Clegg answer, you lose.

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6 Responses to “The PM debate drinking game”

  1. danielhg@gmail.com September 3, 2009 at 3:29 pm #

    A televised debate fills me with utter dread, I’ll be drinking with you.

  2. danielhg@gmail.com September 3, 2009 at 3:29 pm #

    A televised debate fills me with utter dread, I’ll be drinking with you.

  3. 67pepeperez@gmail.com September 5, 2009 at 7:14 am #

    Now well, if you decide to start drinking to allay what may come out of the debates, perhaps you’ll choose Spanish reds, that’ll help us surmount the crisis. LOL

  4. 67pepeperez@gmail.com September 5, 2009 at 7:14 am #

    Now well, if you decide to start drinking to allay what may come out of the debates, perhaps you’ll choose Spanish reds, that’ll help us surmount the crisis. LOL

  5. jameshigham@mail.com September 6, 2009 at 1:12 pm #

    I can’t think of three people I would less like to watch speak for an hour.And thanks to the promised “rigidly scripted format”, you can be sure it’ll be even more tedious.Yes, there are far better ways to spend an hour.

  6. jameshigham@mail.com September 6, 2009 at 1:12 pm #

    I can’t think of three people I would less like to watch speak for an hour.And thanks to the promised “rigidly scripted format”, you can be sure it’ll be even more tedious.Yes, there are far better ways to spend an hour.

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