Key’s mantra

Written By: - Date published: 10:07 am, October 18th, 2012 - 5 comments
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Capitalism, government, whatever… I can’t recall

5 comments on “Key’s mantra”

  1. higherstandard 1

    This one’s far better

    “……… I hope the tree of knowledge falls on your head so you die ironically. “

  2. ianmac 2

    Did you say that you voted for the 20 years option?
    That may be what I said but as the Prime Minister. I have to say lots of things.
    The record says that you voted for 18. Is that what happened?
    I don’t recall.
    Which? That you said that you voted for 20 or that you voted for 18.
    I don’t recall.
    Did you vote for 18?
    I don’t recall but sometimes the record makes mistakes. Mr Shearer does get things wrong. Where is the tape. Heh Heh.
    Are you saying that Hansard made a mistake?
    I don’t recall saying that. Did I? It was a long time ago so I can’t remember that long ago.
    Did you lie Prime Minister?
    I wouldn’t say that and I can find plenty of people who will say that I don’t. Other than that I can’t recall. Recall is a funny word when I say it lots. I can’t recall. I can’t recall. I can’t recall. I can’t recall. I can’t recall. I can’t recall. I can’t recall. I can’t …….. Zzzzzzz

    • prism 2.1

      You could do something with that idea ianmac. Get an audio of it, whatever it is – I can’t recall, copy it 50 times and sell it as a sleep inducing clip that could go into a cellphone and in this stressful, changing, anxiety-filled times the constant drone of the constant message would bring nirvana to many insomniacs. Perhaps it could be used as an aural tranquiliser for the hyper active.

  3. captain hook 3

    kweewee’s mantra?
    ok then.
    Oh wha tagoo Siam.

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