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What happened to the Butter Mountain?

On 7 Jul 2017 at 7:23am Billy wrote:
Apparently there is going to be a butter shortage later this year?
On 7 Jul 2017 at 9:00am Gus wrote:
More to the point, what happened to the wine lake?
On 7 Jul 2017 at 9:22am billy's mate wrote:
yea and then someone will make an announcement.. DON'T PANIC BUY!!
On 7 Jul 2017 at 9:47am The Greek wrote:
Interestingly a lot of govt intervention in butter as it is!

Check it out here »
On 7 Jul 2017 at 12:53pm EU meddling wrote:
Ah, so godo to see that the truly excellent EU Common Agricultural Policy is working so well again - feast or famine, that's about all it's good for...
Or is the blame being placed at the door of Donald "The Hair" Trump, or China, or North Korea.... I am sure it can't possibly be the EU 's fault...
On 7 Jul 2017 at 3:24pm Buttery Bill wrote:
A few years back, the butter mountain got caught in a fire on South Wales and melted away into the sewers. When it eventually cooled down and congealed, they had to replace the entire sewage system.
On 9 Jul 2017 at 9:22pm Fairmeadow wrote:
The butter mountain was disposed of to Russia by an UK Eurocrat who went on to be Vice-Chancellor of Sussex University in the 1980s. The 1980s were not great times for universities, but Sussex rode out the Thatcherite storm quite successfully with him at the helm. Sir Leslie Fielding was his name. Very pleasant man with a hippie wife. Former diplomat so popular with his colleagues that he was exiled to Brussels. Never did much discernable at Sussex but everything went forward smoothly while he was in charge.

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'credited to the 'rona' - Odd that. 'the 'rona' takes up less space and as much breath as 'corona' so why say 'the 'rona'? Is it... more
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