So, Bob Hutton has expectorated a fresh glob of sanctimonious sputum onto The Greatest Blog On The Interwebs. He begins, Gentle Reader, thusly:
A few days ago I was watching a DVD of some of the highlights from the London 2012 Olympics. On Day 8 Britain won 3 gold medals in the Track and Field events in just 45 minutes, one of these being the Men's Long Jump. When the winner of this event was being interviewed he spoke of how he felt that, after winning this Gold Medal, he had everything.
You just know, without reading a single word more, where he's going with this, don't you? If originality was oxygen, Bob would be fireproof. He is, if I may say so, the only blogger/commenter I know of who makes conservapedia look like a well-written, interesting site. And I must say, the thought of Bob sitting there in his Marks & Spencer skivvies,
wanking ove watching all those toned-up, scantily-clad young athletes… well it quite put me off my dinner, doncha know.
But anyway, here's the thing. Not only is Bob's "thought," above, one of the most boringly clichéd intros which it's possible to imagine, to a "let Jesus into your heart" sermon, but I reckon I know where he
stole borrowed it from…
Proof positive, that Bobby the Boy Blunder plagiarises from blasphemous Glaswegian comedians? You decide.
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