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Strictly Come Dancing Results Spoiler

The Strictly Come Dancing Results Spoiler is a tad late this week due to a personal injury which I sustained last evening. Mrs F was in a flat spin after Sir Brucie failed to turn up for the Strictly Come Dancing show this week. I suggested, rather provocatively, that maybe he’d been arrested as part of the BBC paedophile investigation. Next thing I knew … I’d been hit in the eye by a flying box of Matchmakers. Mint flavour. Seeing as you asked.

I don’t expect much sympathy … so, if you can’t wait to see the Saturday night recording of the SCD results show, which isn’t broadcast until Sunday evening, then here is the Strictly Come Dancing results show spoiler for Saturday 10th November :

Chris Patten and George Entwistle were in the dance off this week … and the result of that was the BBC Director General resigned due to incompetence and the person who appointed him … kept his job. What’s that all about then. Oh, sorry. Getting my BBC news a tad confused there. OK so the actual Strictly Come Dancing dance off was between Kimberley Walsh and Fern Britton. That resulted in Artem putting his shirt back on, for the rest of the series, because Fern has taken to the floor for the last time.

Thank goodness for that. I prefered her when she was on the doughnuts.

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  1. I don’t know Max, I might be becoming a reluctant convert to all this Strictly bollocks.

    Last night I wended my tipsy way up the garden from the summer house where me and my faithful hound had been listening to some ancient Who tracks (does anyone else remember just how bloody good Baba O’Riley was?), empty glass in one hand and torch in the other, to be met by a glowing Memsahib who insisted that I sit down, accept a generous measure of malt (never difficult) and watch a recording of a tubby lass called Lisa dance with her professional partner. I will freely admit to being impressed, she can certainly hoof it for a lass of such generous proportions …

    But no, I’m afraid that ninety-odd decibels of 60/70s nostalgia wins out every time ;-)

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    • Fully agree with you there, Mr. C. I simply can’t bear sickly-cum-prancing because quite apart from not being into that kind of entertainment in general, I can’t help but be excruciatingly aware of the social engineering that always somehow features in it. For example, has anyone noticed how there’s invariably a mixed-race couple; black man/white woman but seldom if ever it seems the other way around. Now there’s a good reason for this, but they seriously do not want it discussed and brought to public attention.
      Having said that, I probably will discuss it in a future essay (by Max’s grace) and I think people will be shocked and disgusted by the reasoning behind what these devious, conniving shits are up to here. It really does beggar belief the lengths these cunts will go to in their attempts to implement their ‘utopian’ vision for Britain. NB – their idea of “utopia” is not remotely the same as what most decent-minded people would assume it to be.

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      • A new essay? Bring it the fuck on! Although the topic doesn’t sound very PC. Shame on you. Not ;-)

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    • If, like you, being a convert means sneaking off to the den and indulging in the ‘art of manliness’ then I’m all for it too! It means that at least once a week I can join my ‘friends’ (vin rouge, single malt, two dogs, hot crumpets, vintage cheddar, 70s/80s music) without fear of being interrupted ;-)

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  2. can someone please tell me if Kimberly and Pasta were in the dance off

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    • I take it that you didn’t read what I’ve written then ;-)

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      • Lisa, I wish you all the best on your new adventure, howveer Q just wont be the same without you! I will miss you and the Q sure wont be the same without you. May you and Gino have a most Blessed life. Cant wait to read your book.. Happy Holidays, God Bless, Love and Hugs!!

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  3. I was hoping against hope there. I know a Strictly fan and was hoping to be able to spill the beans.

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