Thursday, 4 August 2011

Goodbye-ee!


Goodbye-ee, goodbye-ee,
Wipe the tear, baby dear, from your eye-ee,
Tho' it's hard to part I know,
I'll be tickled to death to go.
Don't cry-ee, dont sigh-ee,
there's a silver lining in the sky-ee,
Bonsoir, old thing, cheer-i-o, chin, chin,
Nah-poo, toodle-oo, Goodbye-ee!

11 comments:

Sean said...

I think we should all support the EU economy by taking a booze cruise to Brussels and the train on to Brussels to share the joy with the EUro colleagues.

I bet they are bricking themselves tonight...watch out for Italian GDP figures Friday.

Dave_G said...

I really, really hope the Euro doesn't go too soon - my sweepstake ticket is for September......

right_writes said...

I've just been to Slovakia for a few days, and I have a €20 note left over...

...if it will help?

Anonymous said...

Hmm, Oh dear.

Anonymous said...

Watch for the Chinese - ready to buy up debt in lalaland-zone, could mean they turn on us next.

Span Ows said...

Re Chinese buying debt, they did for Greece but look how that 'ended'. It isn't a cure just a sticking plaster.

Judy said...

Haha, wait for sterling to collapse now, egg on your chin dear fellow

Curmudgeon said...

Hmm, is D- for Default day imminent?

Mind you, I've lost '000s on the stock market in the past few days :-(

Anonymous said...

@Span Ows,

"Re Chinese buying debt, they did for Greece but look how that 'ended'. It isn't a cure just a sticking plaster."

It kicks the 'can down the road', worrying thing is, it could focus the markets on us, again [potentially]- lets not forget 'prudence's' part in all of this, his spending madness, is all part of our woes.
Damn him to hell and guess what - he's on the lecture circuit too - "How to run an economy into the ground and have nowt to show for it!"

Greg Tingey said...

Along with Cameroon telling us all that private industry will take up the slack, and make us rich ... and then giving the next £multi-billion train order ... to Siemens, not to Derby.

The man is a lying traitor.
(just like every PM since 1979)

yokel said...

Re: Chinese buying debt. Whether it is a cure or not depends on who is wanting to achieve what.

The Chinese are behaving like good old fashioned capitalists. They sense (as if it were difficult!!) our weakness and go for the jugular. They are buying up the US and Europe in order to close it down and entrench their monopoly in manufacturing.

By this means, the Chinese will have a cure. That we won't is of no concern to them.