Ceri Blair Wears PURPLE to Rememberence Day in London

wet_blobby

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#4
One on the far left is Sarah Brown I think. Cherrie looks like a bored chavette, I suppose she didn't think she'd be in the spotlight (much to her disgust). She's a muppet, best never seen or heard of again.
 
#8
trelawney126 said:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/fashionnews/6530591/Should-Cherie-Blair-have-worn-royal-purple-to-the-Remembrance-Sunday-service-Have-your-say.html

First we have Gordon not bowing at the cenotaph, what wasn't noticed was Ceri Blairs choice of outfit! Get the bus refuelled
Some of the public comments on the article are priceless - just hope the Frog reads them and sees what people think of her.
 
#9
What a non story you dull dull puppy. She is wearing black underneath and looks rather somber; not bored. Although being anti labour I for one am grateful for anyone coming out to show their respects. She at least isn't being a micro-managed, PR-aware troll like many other people in the public eye.

I had a prolific shit on Sunday (before parading with my unit)- was that disrespectful? Seriously man, get a life.
 

(granny)

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#11
I'm not so sure about her disrespect. If you notice the coat, that she is loosely wearing, has the poppy on the LHS. Ladies wear them on the RHS. It suggest to me that she may have been feeling the cold and a gentleman passed her this one to cover herself with. I may of course be totally wrong. But I think that it is a shame that we pick on what we percieve as faults in others. We of course are so perfect in every way!
 
#12
I would have thought the Telegraph would have something more important to write about - I would also have expected them to get the facts right - excuse my powers of perception if I have got this one wrong but the coat doesn't look "bright purple" to me - it actually looks like quite a dark shade of purple.

I don't like the woman, or her worm of a husband and if I never saw her again in my life it would not be soon enough but for goodness sake, let's get a bit of perspective!
 
#13
trelawney126 said:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/fashionnews/6530591/Should-Cherie-Blair-have-worn-royal-purple-to-the-Remembrance-Sunday-service-Have-your-say.html

First we have Gordon not bowing at the cenotaph, what wasn't noticed was Ceri Blairs choice of outfit! Get the bus refuelled
Whilst I was stood in the rain and cold freezing my tits off on parade on Sunday in the guard..my other half who like me got up early and ignored the shit conditions sang, prayed and chatted with the old boys braving the conditions whilst paying her respects...happened to wear her purple coat (brighter than cherie's I might add) on the basis it was warm and the day was cold...does that make her disrespectful????

What a load of horse shit, who gives a f**k what you wear as long as you turn up make the effort and are not wearing a clown outfit or a burka!!!...typical torygraph shit..!!
 
#14
WarMonger said:
trelawney126 said:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/fashionnews/6530591/Should-Cherie-Blair-have-worn-royal-purple-to-the-Remembrance-Sunday-service-Have-your-say.html

First we have Gordon not bowing at the cenotaph, what wasn't noticed was Ceri Blairs choice of outfit! Get the bus refuelled
Whilst I was stood in the rain and cold freezing my tits off on parade on Sunday in the guard..my other half who like me got up early and ignored the shit conditions sang, prayed and chatted with the old boys braving the conditions whilst paying her respects...happened to wear her purple coat (brighter than cherie's I might add) on the basis it was warm and the day was cold...does that make her disrespectful????

What a load of horse shit, who gives a f**k what you wear as long as you turn up make the effort and are not wearing a clown outfit or a burka!!!...typical torygraph shit..!!
i for onr think that brown is a tw*t and blair would be a c*nt except that he has to hump cherie so for that punishment he gets the benifit of the doubt.

anyway what does it matter if she is wearing apurpel coat - i cant stand teh bitch but i do think that this is a little bit too far in the wide mouthed slag-bashing.
 

Seadog

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#15
Passed Over Loggie wrote
Ah, Purple. Perhaps she was thinking "joint".
My thoughts POL.

Not all of the civvy men and ex servicemen wore black and some pongo No 1s are rather colourful. Who said that women wear poppies on the left? Just as with the question of when to wear, where to wear matters not. The RBL addressed both issues with a rather good; just remember why you wear it.

I'm no fan of the Blairs but FFS, the nit picking is unbecoming the Torygraph. That and the outrage bus carbon footprint is getting bigger for no good reason.
 
#16
All will be fine and dandy when, and if, Mr Cameron and his cohorts take over.
Shall we have a little wager as to how long the honeymoon will last; for a starter I'll go for six weeks, and that is being luxurious.
 
#17
In all fairness to the Telegraph, it was the "fashion" page. Aren’t they supposed to be petty and irrelevant?

Anyway, it seems that the Scouse Git’s daughter is rather fond of regal purple.

 
#18
WarMonger said:
What a load of horse shit, who gives a f**k what you wear as long as you turn up make the effort and are not wearing a clown outfit or a burka!!!...typical torygraph shit..!!
Sorry, I'm not quite grasping how on earht it would be disrespectful to wear a Burkha?
 
#19
Hasn't purple always been associated with mourning and death; Catholic priests generally wear the colour when conducting a funeral service. In addition purple flowers are seen at funerals, though oddly some people have them at weddings, something which seems very odd to me.
I thought all that I saw at the Centotaph aquitted themselves pretty well.
 

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