Tuesday, March 06, 2007


Well, wouldn't you know it. It seems that television's Chantelle off of the telly is going to stand as a Conservative party candidate! Well, it said so on the internet's Mrs Dale's Diary weblog!




Bubbly Chantelle, twenty three, is standing on a "one nation" ticket and hopes to attract the sort of blank eyed, grunting, armpit scratching, dribbling, spitting-when-they-talk, dandruff-collared, dead-eyed twats who are confused by party politics because all the main parties have more than one syllable in their name.

Sez Chantelle, twenty three "the thing is, I thought it would be an exciting thing to do because I'm always interested in exciting new things. My mum and dad told me that in this life you only get out of it what you put into it. Life is not a rehearsal, that's what they said. Every day is like an exciting new challenge to me, and this is just like an exciting new challenge. I'm really looking forward to it. I can't stand all these whingers and moaners who complain about things but never do anything about it. Cheer up, it might never happen!"

Chantelle is pictured (above) with moody, sultry, monkey faced, sharp dressing, jailbait husband Preston of ska, rocksteady and "we've always liked the Jam and I pretend to be common even though I'm landed gentry" band The Ordinary Boys.

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(Checks calendar to see if it's April 1st).
Preston is looking great - nearly as good as his old rival Blackburn Rovers.
Kaz, I've now updated with a link to the story in Iain Dale's Diary that er, inspired the post. I only heard about it in a roundabout way - I wouldn't read a blog by a Conservative, even if he is supposed to be "alright"!
I'm shocked.

Betty read a Tory blog.
Billy - I only read it because the story came up elsewhere.


I'm still the hectoring SWP maniac you all know and love.

... well, just the two of you so far. From fifty odd comments a couple of posts ago to complete obscurity again!
Obscurity? Aw, welcome back luv!cry the rest of us, well, me...

A heavy day's googling ahead of me because I haven't heard of any of these people. Beats working.
Are you sure she hasn't confused it with being invited to an Anne Summers party?
I thought Timmy Mallet was dead?
(I may be getting mixed up with his career)
Arabella - thanks! I've not been away, just in the process of going through an "is it worth it?" approach to blogging. Wouldn't bother Googling all the people I've mentioned. You've not missed much on the "celebrity" front living in America.

Murph - he's still playing guitar with A Flock Of Seagulls, if we're to believe Steve Wright.
Heaven forbid that this is all a publicity stunt.
The tories need all the exposure they can get.
Unfortunately, I don't think they'll need to resort to publicity stunts. They're up against Gordon Brown. No one is going to vote for Gordon Brown. Some people even see Gordon Brown as a "socialist". Chance would be a fine thing, eh?
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