Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Borat Visits Britain

On days when:

1) The Tube is populated with hordes of heckling punks on half term.

2) David Cameron's ratings climb looks more certain than death and taxes.

3) London's weather is mocking our mission to hold off on buying that winter coat.

We seek solace in YouTube.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is hysterical cannot wait for the film to get here!

10:53 am  
Anonymous Charlie said...

Loving that end bit.


More Borat please

11:01 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great one. This guy is so funny. The Americans must hate him. Surprised he is allowed to be aired there?

11:04 am  
Blogger ems said...

I'm holding off no longer - I am determined to buy a winter coat this afternoon. And brown boots.

11:13 am  
Anonymous bighouselittleman said...

I agree the overland trains are much quiter but Tubes are worse than ever with school children.

Am too cautious to open this at my desk in case he belts out one of his classics! :-)

11:41 am  
Anonymous Tanya said...

Love the moustahce part

Stiff upper lip uncovered

12:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And no jokes degrading women. Could this be real? New material to me

1:22 pm  
Anonymous Henry said...

The rowing crack is hilarious. They are all gay them men in tight shorts I mean tehy even call one a cock'sson

1:49 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am now definitely going to Luxembourg to see this flick.

And for all you guys who want to look like Borat click : HERE

1:54 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Borat will definitely be Halloween costume of the year. Be grateful if you need to dress up to achieve the image. Some of us are blessed as natural look-alikes.

3:02 pm  
Anonymous Samson said...

This guy hates women and hated the world. I am disgusted by his film and by the blanket refusal of all people to not stand up against him and what he represents.
Who says this is funny? Who says ignorance is not hurtful or harmfu? How far are we digressing in our moral code?

4:37 pm  
Anonymous dawnbysea said...

He is not as bad as Rush Limbaugh mind you. Nobody is as bad as Limbaugh!

5:05 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great clip.
Looking forward to the film.
Starts screening across London 2nd November.

5:08 pm  
Anonymous Keith said...

Borat the movie is the funniest movie I've seen since the first american pie.

It's pure comedy gold.

5:15 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Borat is like The Daily Show on skids.

Love this London clip. Shame he didnt meet the Queen

6:25 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

may Ali G reign supreme. ams till shocked how few people realise they are one and the same
May Borat become President

11:15 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The polls about Labour's decline are frightening. Last week's were not as dramatic. Let's hope that this is more a scare than a reality. Keep the political chimes coming CS

6:02 am  
Blogger Monique said...

Ahhhh that's right - I was wondering why there were so many obnoxious teenagers at the bus stop last night - I forgot about half term!
I wish it would just get cold already - I started wearing my new gorgeous H&M winter coat a few days ago - but the weather today is mocking me and I was WAY too warm:(

8:47 am  
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6:03 am  

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