Cameron to host No 10 party for homosexual celebrities
the homosexual Simon Hughes of the Liberal Democrats.
Well now the election is over, Cameron is looking to get the homosexual community behind him by hosting a party at No 10 Downing Street for homosexual celebrities as part of a "concerted drive to woo the 'pink vote'".
Now you would think that with all the cut backs in services, the cancellation of live saving operations, the redundancies of workers, the inability to fund our troops fighting his illegal wars and the need to keep paying millions in foreign aid to fund India's space programme, that Cameron would have had a bit more respect for the public money that will be used to fill his "celebrity friends" with pink gin and jumbo sausages.
Now I know some of you like to laugh at "The Only Gay in the Village", Daffyd of Llanddewi Brefi portrayed by Matt Lucas, especially when words like "rimming", "fisting" and "glory holes" are used but just to remind you what those terms mean below is a quick intro to homosexual terminologoy. Be advised, as the homosexual Julian Clary once said, people find it difficult to handle the "nitty gritty of gay sex".
Rimming: Anal–oral sex, also referred to or described as anal–oral contact or anilingus (from anus + lingus (Latin Lingere: to lick, less commonly spelled analingus), is a form of oral sex involving contact between the anus or perineum of one person and the mouth (lips) or tongue of another. ...
Fisting is a sexual activity that involves inserting a hand into the vagina or rectum. Once insertion is complete, the fingers either naturally clench into a fist or remain straight. In more vigorous forms of fisting, such as "punching," a fully clenched fist may be inserted and withdrawn slowly. Fisting may be performed with or without a partner.
A glory hole (also spelled gloryhole and glory-hole) is a hole in a wall, or other partition, often between public lavatory stalls or adult video arcade booths for people to engage in sexual activity or observe the person in the next cubicle while one or both parties masturbate. ...
None of the above is my cup of tea but then again what people do in the privacy of their own homes is their business but I do not believe that Number 10 Downing Street is the place for those kinds of things and neither do I think the British Public should have to pay for this party. Can't they hold the party on Clapham Common and then Ron Davies can go as well?