Saturday, July 30, 2005

I have seen (part of) the future, and it hops

Yesterday, speed eating the latest in a long line of heavily subsidised steak frites (thanks taxpayer). My repast was disturbed by two shocked headed young tykes. Blonde, loud and, well to put no finer point on it, hopping, for at least twenty minutes. Loud and hopping.
They were the young (did I mention blonde), children of Vlaams Belang MEP Philip Claeys.

8 comments:

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VH said...

Are you sure about their ancestry? Philip looks black to me ;-)

What's wrong about hopping?

If given the choice, I'd rather be confronted with two Aryan hopping youngsters than been knocked into hospital by four Moroccans (it happened to me in 2000) - but of course, that's a matter of preference.

Your story would gain momentum if you had made some photos with your cellphone at least. It would gain more momentum if you mentioned some clues as to why they were Philip's legitimate sons.

Can you believe I met two Martians last night and they claimed to be the illegitimate offspring of the Prince of Wales? ;-)

Elaib said...

VH
Well what can I say, I see that you are fellow travellor. Mu xh ofthe damage in this world is caused by those who were allowed to hop in an indiscriminate fashion.
Why do I not consider the children to be bastards? It might have been the fundamental blondness of the two, or it may have beenthe proximity of Mr Claeys, or it may have been the similarity between them and the photograph here,
http://www.philipclaeys.be/fotogalerij.php
Oh by the way, did those Martians have really big sticky out ears?

Aunty Marianne said...

Only on the one side.

Philip Claeys said...

I'm sorry my children seem to have ruined your lunch. My son is an ADHD patient, but we should consider ourselves lucky that he actually had a 'calm' day when he came to the Parliament. Next time we meet, I hope it will be in better circumstances...

Elaib said...

Mr Claeys
If the impression was that I resented their hopping, then I can assure you that was not the case. I thought it was rather charming in fact, just it was noticable that they were both loud and hopping. No more or less.
What was far worse was that you were at work at all, don't you know that this is a holdiay and yopu are not allowed to collect your daily allowance even if you do turn up to work. Do you realise what sort of bad name that would give to MEPs if people found out that they went to work during the holidays. There would be hell to pay I can assure you...

Philip Claeys said...

I plead guilty!
Since the Flemish left-wing press wrote that I hardly ever turn up at the Parliament, the least I could do was go to work during the holidays. And it's taxpayer-friendly!

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