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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Charges Dropped In Great Cannabis Scandal

"I never smoked cannabis when I was a student"
No charges
"I never smoked cannabis when I was a student"
No charges
"I never smoked cannabis when I was a student"
No charges
"I never smoked cannabis when I was a student"
No charges
"I never smoked cannabis when I was a student"
No charges
"I never supplied any of them"
Lord Spliff of St. Edmund Hall

3 comments:

Moira Roach said...

Ah, g'wan. Pass the dutchy. G'wan, g'wan, g'wan.

Lord M Garvey said...

It's obvious that none of these bleeders smokes dope - just look at their miserable faces.

Jock Scroag said...

You are quite wrong, marcus. Luke has pinpointed an interesting connection here. According to Wikipedia (which may be wrong, but has not been questioned), Director of Public Prosecutions Sir Ken Macdonald was once convicted of supplying cannabis whilst a student at Oxford.