Thursday, May 14, 2009

A quick question.

Right, I've been mulling this over since I heard about it. So, how is it possible to 'forget' that you have paid off your mortgage? It just doesn't compute. Dirty thieving troughing bastard.

6 comments:

Mr. Mxyzptlk said...

You know what its like your out there nicking this and that..lying cheating stealing its easy to forget where you stole what and who and how.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Aye, right enough. Easy mistake to make I suppose.

Fidothedog said...

So many claims, so many fiddles. It is hard to keep track, poor sod must have been busy as hell.

Or maybe he is going senile?

Old Bag said...

well, when you have your snout in the trough on a daily basis..its easy to "forget" you have paid your mortgage..especially when you never paid it to begin with..such forgetful animals, the porcine MP's..time for the slaughter house...

A doctor writes said...

Tessa Jowell forgot about a £400K mortgage that she had applied for. She didn't notice that the Italian PM himself had paid it off for her in cash. So it's more common than you think.
Possibly feeding at the trough too long leads to early dementia. Although recovery is usually quick when the heat is off. Ernest Saunders made a good recovery after his release from jail.

Anonymous said...

Question Time was funny last night for a change.Pikey Beckett got ripped a new one by the audience yet still couldn't admit any wrong doing. Ming threw himself at the mercy of the audience and got slaughtered. Politics is fun again !