Sunday, 24 January 2010

The House On Poo River

It is well known that The BBC is the architect of our national decline. But who would have guessed that the BBC has been keeping quiet an architectural disaster of its very own? New Biased BBC commenter Alcuin - apparently an Eighth Century Northumbrian monk - has the low-down:

Gay, Left, metropolitan and secular (or should I say, anti-Christian).

No smokers, GSOH preferred. But that's not why we're here.

Small wonder that the most pernicious groupthink has become ingrained in the most powerful opinion forming organisation in the country.

Agreed: There's something funny going on at The BBC. But what?

One day, this edifice of sickly meringue and cream will collapse,

Jesus H Christ! White City is just a great big pavlova!

revealing the sewer underneath.

And they built it over the foulest drains in London! Oh shit!

Then, many will ask "why did no one tell us all this?".

They spiked the architects' coffees for laughs. And by the time the Beeb realised what they'd done, it was too late to admit it. Who were these addled draughtsmen?

"All this" being what the BBC has concealed from us about Trots, Muslims and Arabs.

Trots, Muslims and Arabs? Not come across them in the Architectural Digest. No matter - they're off the list for our loft conversion.

It’s a good basic axiom that if you take a quart of ice-cream and a quart of dog faeces and mix ‘em together the result will taste more like the latter than the former - Mark Steyn.

Far be it from me, Brother Alcuin, but don't you think that's one dessert/sewage metaphor too many?


  1. Ben & Jerry's are bound to have a flavour to honour David Vance's Biased BBC: Orange Sunset, perhaps? Or Bitter Lemons...

  2. Chocolate Surprise?

  3. The Chocolate Surprise would be after they got the Trots then...

  4. I have a feeling that Martin would go for Spunky Monkey. Not sure why, though.

  5. ... with a flake stuck in it. At least I think it's a flake.