Sunday, 4 March 2018

In a Universe Far, Far Away

The problems for MP, Jabber the Watson continue to mount as he desperately hangs onto his Labour, Deputy Leader role. Photos have now emerged that show that Watson had in fact met the then young and dashing, Mosley, after his first Formula Two race in 1968.

Witnesses, at this post race meeting, claim that the very heated debate, here caught on camera, was about Mosley’s new contract with Fra-nk Willi-ams, the designer of his next race car. Mosely was unhappy that the car, code named, The Falcon, would keep braking down just as he needed ‘top end’ acceleration in a race. They claim that Watson advised Mosley to say in court that he had never seen the contract and ignore it.

6 comments:

Mark Wadsworth said...

Clearly, this didn't happen as Jabba The Watson was only one year old at the time. But I can't even guess what you are alluding to. I know that TW is refusing to repay some ancient donations from MM, that's about it.

Mike W said...

MW, yes I guess it doesn't work at too many levels.I have cut the unecesssary made up dates etc. My motive was I wanted to post something to discuss who was the most venal character: MM or Watson? But what can you say? You need a joke.Didn't have one.

Later I randomly arrived on that very famous Star Wars clip with Hans Solo (Mosely) arguing with Jabba the Hut (Watson) about an older contract( political pamphlet) and just say that it doesn't exist. That's it really. Seemed funny late last night.

Mark Wadsworth said...

In answer to your question, Watson is the baddie. He is anyway, and the fact that he gets JTH's role is another clue.

Dr Evil said...

They deserve each other in a rather unpleasant and vile sort of way. I wouldn't want to be in the same room as either of these creatures.

Mike W said...

OK, I have cut the rude bit at the end that alluded to Jabba the Hut eating the little slave creatures chained around him in the film and that Tom Watson, eats the little sl....

But now all I have got is the starting point: Jabba H - Watson T, don't they have same moral character as well as the same DNA? Look here's a picture.

If anybody out there has any artistic/ creative imput please help.

Before any of you post, 'cut paragraph one, then cut paragraph two, and its job done' - I will take it that you are commiting yourself to a whole new joke :)

Dr E - I feel you are well qualified to judge these two.

Mark Wadsworth said...

No, stick the bit about threatening to eat his kids back in, that was my favourite bit :-)