#1 Edited by MarkWahlberg (4610 posts) -

Why does your mayor not comb. i thought politicians had fancy hair. Or is it a thing? is that his deal, will he not comb or bath until every family has a home and a dinner because he's motivated like that. Please inform me. BBC says he is conservative, but he looks like a Bro.

Gary Busey is secretly british politician.
#2 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

Who the fuck cares if he's doing his job

#3 Posted by JM12088 (40 posts) -

Hes the greatest politician ever to exist. If he brushes his hair he loses his powers.

#4 Posted by BraveToaster (12588 posts) -

He puts the people first. Grooming is merely second priority.

#5 Posted by nintendoeats (5975 posts) -

I saw him on Top Gear and he seemed like a cool guy. So I wouldn't worry about it.

#6 Posted by MarkWahlberg (4610 posts) -

@nintendoeats said:

I saw him on Top Gear and he seemed like a cool guy. So I wouldn't worry about it.

if he is cool dude, all is forgiven. does he actually always look like this? or is just unfortuante pic

#7 Posted by MachoFantastico (4890 posts) -

He usually looks like that yes, I'm not a London person but Boris is the only politician to ever make me laugh.

Oh and he tackles like no one :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWIUp19bBoA

#8 Edited by CookieMonster (2450 posts) -

Hes better than that bellend Ken Livingston, thats for sure. Thank fuck Boris has won.

#9 Posted by spacetrogg (59 posts) -

Boris is an amazing guy, whatever you think of his views its just awesome to see a politician who is as unpolished, clumsy and bumbling the whole time.

The common sentiment in Britain is that China had the most spectacular Olympics opening ever, and what do we have to top that? Boris friggin' Johnson stumbling into the stadium waving the Union Flag, with the entire nation holding their collective breaths and praying to God that he doesn't fall over.

Added bonus, here is Mr Arnold Schwrzenegger's opinion on our beloved Boris.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wrSUeDxBhg

#10 Posted by GS_Dan (1397 posts) -

I'm not a tory but I would vote for BoJo over any other politician in the UK. <3

#11 Posted by 49th (2851 posts) -

His hair is the special feature, without that no one would vote for him.

#12 Posted by MattyFTM (14432 posts) -

Because he's an idiot and a buffoon.

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#13 Posted by McBEEF (360 posts) -

He also once said 'fucking bollocks' in a live TV interview.

And he did a pretty decent rugby tackle in a charity football game which was hilarious, and stopped a mugging.

What a legend, the hair is obviously the secret of his power.

#14 Posted by X19 (2306 posts) -

Legend XD

#15 Posted by Jimbo (10000 posts) -

He basically looks and acts drunk at all times. It's awesome.
 

#16 Posted by ElectricBoogaloo (368 posts) -

He doesn't comb it because he never knows when he might need to wipe out a German:

#17 Edited by babblinmule (1262 posts) -

Because he's a complete moron. I'm personally very happy that I don't live in London as I'm not sure I could take having him as my mayor.

#18 Edited by AlexanderSheen (5101 posts) -

Who gives a fuck about a politicians hair, really? Besides, it could be worse. Just look at Donald Trump.

#19 Posted by AlexW00d (6446 posts) -

@babblinmule said:

Because he's a complete moron. I'm personally very happy that I don't live in London as I'm not sure I could take having him as my mayor.

Hahahahahaha.

#20 Posted by CaLe (4056 posts) -

He looks like a fun guy.

#21 Posted by babblinmule (1262 posts) -

@AlexW00d: Opinions good sir! :D

#22 Posted by RobKenno (99 posts) -
@AlexW00d said:

@babblinmule said:

Because he's a complete moron. I'm personally very happy that I don't live in London as I'm not sure I could take having him as my mayor.

Hahahahahaha.

He's that bad we voted him in again. Cause he's that bad.
#23 Posted by Jothel (937 posts) -

The fuck? People actually like Boris Johnson? The hell is wrong with you people?

#24 Posted by CaLe (4056 posts) -

@Jothel said:

The fuck? People actually like Boris Johnson? The hell is wrong with you people?

Is he not a fun guy?

#25 Posted by S0ndor (2716 posts) -

I'm not really knowledgable about his political agenda, but he seems like a really sympathetic person. He swears occasionally and even stopped a mugger on the street once while cycling to work. He seems unpolished and raw. At least if you vote for him, you know exactly what you're getting. A carefully planned out and choreographed campaign like Obama's has its appeal, but a guy like Boris is less fake.

#26 Posted by Vorbis (2750 posts) -

His speech at the end of the 2008 Olympics was amazing, it wouldn't be right if he wasn't there for 2012 Olympics.

It's already going to be Englands biggest embarrassment, at least he'll make it entertaining.

#27 Posted by Tylea002 (2295 posts) -

@MattyFTM said:

Because he's an idiot and a buffoon.

This.

#28 Posted by forkboy (1176 posts) -

@spacetrogg said:

Boris is an amazing guy, whatever you think of his views its just awesome to see a politician who is as unpolished, clumsy and bumbling the whole time.

The common sentiment in Britain is that China had the most spectacular Olympics opening ever, and what do we have to top that? Boris friggin' Johnson stumbling into the stadium waving the Union Flag, with the entire nation holding their collective breaths and praying to God that he doesn't fall over.

Added bonus, here is Mr Arnold Schwrzenegger's opinion on our beloved Boris.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wrSUeDxBhg

If not for the fact that Boris' whole outsider image wasn't exactly that, an image, he's a smart & cynical politician. I blame Have I Got News For You for raising him from relative obscurity to suddenly making the twat seem likeable. I think Ian Hislop & Paul Merton both feel a modicum of shame for their role in his rise. Probably the next leader of the Tory party. Another silver-spoon Old Etonian cunt who surprise surprise is on the side of the rich & powerful.

#29 Posted by forkboy (1176 posts) -

@CaLe said:

@Jothel said:

The fuck? People actually like Boris Johnson? The hell is wrong with you people?

Is he not a fun guy?

When I'm standing in a polling station trying to decide who I want to elect to a position of power the first thing on my mind to help me choose isn't "would he be a nice chap to share a pint with rah rah?" Because I'm not a twat. He's the mayor of the biggest city on this isle & the financial centre of Europe. I tend to ask for something slightly more than my politicians than "being a fun guy", like being competent, and "supporting the collapse of the capitalist wage slave system". But that's just me.

#30 Posted by CaLe (4056 posts) -

@forkboy said:

@CaLe said:

@Jothel said:

The fuck? People actually like Boris Johnson? The hell is wrong with you people?

Is he not a fun guy?

When I'm standing in a polling station trying to decide who I want to elect to a position of power the first thing on my mind to help me choose isn't "would he be a nice chap to share a pint with rah rah?" Because I'm not a twat. He's the mayor of the biggest city on this isle & the financial centre of Europe. I tend to ask for something slightly more than my politicians than "being a fun guy", like being competent, and "supporting the collapse of the capitalist wage slave system". But that's just me.

Yes or no would have been fine. He looks like a fun guy to me.

#31 Posted by BigChickenDinner (761 posts) -
#32 Posted by MikkaQ (10344 posts) -

Toronto's mayor could be cousins with him:

I feel like there's an in-joke with every photo journalist in the city, where they go out of their way to make the least flattering pictures possible at all times. They are frequently on the front pages of our newspapers. No one who actually lives in the city likes him, it's all the suburban commuters who voted him in. So he's trying to make our city into a car-centric suburb which is literally the worst thing he could do given that his job is to plan for the future.

#33 Edited by spacetrogg (59 posts) -

@forkboy: I agree with you entirely that the "Boris" we know is largely smoke and mirrors, I just simply find it a refreshing alternative to the hyper-groomed public figure of today. That does not mean I agree with any of his politics or would vote for him in an election, far from it, I was merely making light of the fact that he is an interesting anomaly.