Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The Campaign Starts Here...


While I get my mind together over a cup of coffee, here's the official Chip Dale For Leader desktop. Send it to all Lib Dems you know, install in on every computer you can, and we'll see if we can get my leadership campaign off to a flying start. With the right organisation, some tasteful thong sponsorship, and a prevailing wind, I might yet win this.

8 comments:

Momentary Academic said...

How could you not win with that fantastic body of yours? You know that in the polls, that's all women care about...

Big Chip Dale said...

Hey, there are brains too. I'm just putting the finishing touches to the first of my campaign promises. I think that when you've read them, you'll agree that I'm not just an extremely pretty face.

Shades said...

Too young and not drunk enough. (Apart from last week).

mutterings and meanderings said...

I fail to see how you cannot win. You have so much charisma - and that's only in cyberspace ...

Big Chip Dale said...

Shades, I see my weekend shambles as a demonstration of what would be possible if I ran.

M&M, you're so kind. I'll have to send you some roses wrapped in one of my old thongs. I've been told I'm much sharper in person, with a wicked sense of humour and the constant aroma of pineapple.

Sir Philip Johnston-Higham said...

The desktop needs to be a tadge larger, Chip - with my eyesight, I can't quite visualize it.

Mopsa said...

The chest and the legs don't seem to belong to each other - what is the mechanism adjoining the two that you are hiding beneath your placard? Remember, all sleaze will out once you enter the political campaigning game.

Big Chip Dale said...

Sir Higham, click on the image and you'll get it big enough even for your new Mac. To tell you the truth, I made this desktop with your new Mac in mind. It will look great. Trust me.

Mopsa, could could you say that? I can assure you that they do match and the only thing missing is the part that would take all your minds from your work. For the sake of British industry, I had to cover that bit.