The Donald of the UK


A fat, white-blond nationalist oaf won the Prime Minister office of the UK today, and Twitter and the rest of the falling, failing media empire lost their shit. For hours there were so many awesome top 10 trends, and it was great fun to mock crying MPs who took to their Twitter feeds. I hope y’all enjoyed yourselves. The media has an agenda today, tho, and that agenda is titled Mueller-Time, so of course that all died rather quickly.

In personal news, in April of this year, just before finals, I found out through an Ancestry  DNA kit that my father was not my father. I later identified the man who was my father. Sunday I went knocking on his door after getting quite the run around from his family and mine, and that old fart had died just a month before. #FML. I have NO fucks left to give, y’all. None. We’re at the angry stage of grief already, and I’m just so grateful there are so many losers online to take it out on.

This is an open fucking thread.

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69 Responses to The Donald of the UK

  1. Woke Lola says:

    American Socialists on the news:

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  5. Woke Lola says:

    Katie, on a roll with me.

  6. Dora says:

    I’m afraid that this is how the Globalist/Open Border crowd really think

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  8. helenk3 says:

    I am sorry that you did not get to meet your father. I hope the man that raised you was a Dad.

    • Woke Lola says:

      I didn’t get that lucky. Best thing I can say is that he saved me from being aborted so he could beat the shit out of me every day of my childhood. You and I ended up in foster care for a reason. (I think that was you, right?)

    • Constance says:

      I’m sorry Lola. I wish I could say something that was actually helpful, but I am sorry.

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  11. Kathy says:

    I am sorry about your Dad, Lola. Made me think of my father, who was a total asshole. So many wasted years..wish I could have them back.

    • Woke Lola says:

      I hear that, Kathy! I’m building a soundtrack for this screwed up period of my life, and this is the first song on it. I know you’ll understand it if you had that kind of dad.

  12. Mothy67 says:

    I find the Jim Carroll quote/paraphrase fitting on bad days
    Nietzsche said that which does not destroy me only serves to make me stronger my version that which does not destroy me only serves to make me sleep into 330 the next afternoon.

    • Woke Lola says:

      Thanks, Mothy. I’m guessing the fact that he died is part of God’s protection of me. Judging by his family, it’s possibly more screwed up than my own.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Did your bio-Dad know about you? I grew up with my asshole bio-dad, a Marine with PTSD from WW2 and Korea. We didn’t know what it was then, but it all makes sense now. He came home everyday, provided well, kept my mom barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen, she had it worse than we did (I’m the oldest of 6). I still turned out screwed up ❤

      • Mothy67 says:

        Never feel that we are tired of hearing you process! Never!
        We’re all just Travelin’ Thru and I for one learn loads from honesty. I got me a kid and I grow when I listen. The more I prick up my eyes /ears the greater my perspective.
        I was a lit major in college meaning I read a lot and was drunk. I know people that spent 4 years prostate to that higher mind who cry at movies or books, but fail to see the pain all around them.
        I am inspired by yours, Jadzia, and so many others. My kid is not being raised by grandparents like so many. No she upped it a notch. She has her great grandmother and her great gay uncle. She is no sad sack taking home victim of the year. Far from it. Her mom kept three other kids. I was never permitting that to haunt her life. It’s because I try to hear and grow, take stock and be grateful.
        I do implore you to find the something good you had growing up and hold on to that if you don’t you are letting the bad own you. You have such a vicious wit. Similar to a lot of gays. We learn to arm ourselves at a young age. When there is no physical defense we often turn to words. Become harsh critics. My mind was blown a few decades ago when I saw Edward Scissorhands. He was unfinished by his parent/creator but as a result was given a gift. The gift made him extraordinary but also isolated him. The wounds he inflicted most were on himself. I was amazed at how such a simple parable was told and that it was mainstream. I hated Forrest Gump. God I hated that movie. Be dumb accept how the world defines you and everything will work out. Ummm a big no from me. I fought back hard and created my own story. It took me until 40 and the birth of an unwanted child to lay it all down sword and shield (hat tip Toni Morrison). Was I going to continue living as someone prepared to do battle every hour of every day or was I going to raise a child to the best of my abilities. I could not do both. No coincidence that I could not walk 5 blocks without turning a shade of blue, but da brat has two trophy cases from sports. She excels. Swim, track, softball(pitches), volleyball, archery, tae kwon do. She is not the changeling. Not the ostracized kid, welfare kid. Not perfect but I could not be prouder. Her dad was knocking her around in public. I said no, no, no. He punched her in the face in a mall on camera. He was hers and she had to do as he said. I got so much shit for saying NO. Family members thought it’s his kid “do as you see fit”. Tens of thousands of dollars spent making sure he could not destroy her spirit. He would lose, but it costs him next to nothing to refile. He never had an attorney. I did. Month after month year after year. Finally we all had to take the MMPI. He failed. No visitation except in a therapists office. I’d guesstimate 200 thousand to save a kid.
        Consider this because women like you do speak as adults I was able to see yuuuge red flags very early. I mean months old. She was spared because others owned their experience. I did not get that from Jane Eyre.
        You rock on with your bad self!

        • Woke Lola says:

          Aww, mothy, I love this! I love your stories of your girl. I’m glad she had someone to fight so fiercely for her. Some of us had to do that for ourselves. And I do have things I hold onto. I don’t talk about it much, because bragging and gloating isn’t very nice, but I love that I have an undefeated spirit. The world threw a lot of pro-boxers at me, and I’ve been knocked down more than I care to remember, but I have never been knocked out, not even technically. I have no idea where this deep well of resiliency came from, but I love it, value it, and trust it. Your girl has it, and so do you.

          • Somebody says:

            Because you’re a strong woman/spirit. (((Hugs))) I didn’t exactly grow up in the Cleaver house, my grandma always told me to take strength (what didn’t kill me would make me stronger in essence). She told me to evaluate and see what lessons were there for me. She always told me things happened for a reason, it was part of God’s plan and also God was making me strong, preparing me for things yet to come in my life. I honestly hope that last part isn’t true, because I have been through some shit in my life, yikes if there’s more to come 😲

            Last but not least my Grandma always told me to take the Serenity Prayer to heart and live by it. Throughout my life she gave me many mementos with the Serenity Prayer, some of which I still have. She was trying her best to comfort a child/young woman. The things she told me may not register with you, but when life throws me a curveball I always remember her advice and I thought I’d share it with you.

            I’m sorry it didn’t work out, but based on the things you have learned it could have been a blessing in disguise. As people age and especially as they near death, they start an inward journey becoming more and more selfish. Your visit may not have been that pleasant.

            I hope you are able to close that chapter and leave it all behind as you embark on the new chapter of your life in SC. I wish I had the right words to soothe your soul. At least you know that your crawdad hole family loves you and is here for you.

          • Woke Lola says:

            That’s the plan, somebody. That’s the plan, Get as far from this shit as I possibly can and start living my life for me! I gave so much to a fucked up family that, at the end of 48 years, expressed to me very clearly they had no need or want of me. And I decided that was the last time I was gonna take that lesson on the chin. I clapped back and then stomped back, and a few bridges are burning as we make our escape. IDGAF. I got some honest behind the scenes glimpses from people who didn’t know, like my uncle who told me Saturday he and his wife had talked about taking me in, but decided not to. Handicapped kids are safer, they say. Story of my life. Lots of talented people able, but none willing. No what I would have done if the tables were turned. I dare any of ’em to call me for a kidney or blood. NOPE. NOPE. NOPE. You get what you pay for, and I’m full price, baby.

            Now I don’t NEED THEM anymore. I’m through with them rejecting me. I reject THEM. This town will be lucky if I don’t blow the whole thing up on my way out the door (metaphorically speaking, of course). The raging angel is awake, and she is very, very pissed offed. I’ve been praying to calm her down, but I can’t get what I need. I need connection from the two or three people I call genuine friends, but they are choosing to do other things. And my loneliness is just fuel for the fire.

            I guess I’ll go pick some more fights with the ghetto trash on Twitter. But I need to sleep at some point. I’m way out of balance there.

          • votermom says:

            Lola, you are so inspiring. Go build your new life and don’t ever look back.

          • Mothy67 says:

            I have whatever I have because of the serenity prayer. I did almost a year in court ordered rehab. I could not get welfare. I bought a huffy from walmart. I collected cans to eat. It became exhilarating. The first can I was so ashamed to pick up. Then I thought God you are an ass no one driving down the road cares about you picking up a can. I had been wasted on drugs lots of drugs. I walked into a stationary ambulance outside of Bellvue. The Bellvue(bellview) i got into an argument with a parked car. I was admitted to Bellevue. I was wasted. I saw a judge. He ordered rehab. I had to wait two weeks in a lock down psych ward. I got a token and had 2 hours to get to a crisis center on Staten Island. I did two months there. Then 30 days rehab. Then I had to do nine months living in a halfway house. I had to work in Suffolk County providing emergency housing. I lived with 20 ex felons for 9 months. I did not get food stamps. I had to surrender to this bizarre socialist structure or I could feed myself. It was monstrous. I had to go every day and listen to idiots advocate socialism . Everyday. I had to beg for food or pick up cans. It sucked at first but then the private boys started leaving me all their cans in neat little stacks. I could make 200 a day. I think libs suck
            I have so many stories. When I was at South Beach rehab a guy came in. He was filthy. Stunk. He had lived in the subway for years. We went to housing on Long Island. He was treated like garbage. I got stuck with him when he was 9 his mom waited for the bus and jumped off the roof in front of him. He tried to drink himself to death. He could not commit suicide. He is my friend. Lives in the bronx. 1997 he was covered in soot and smelled like decay. Dudd is a champion.

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  14. DeniseVB says:

    I ❤ Katie.

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  16. DandyTIger says:

    Have I mentioned lately that I’m still not tired of winning!

  17. DeniseVB says:

    What a great way to start the day, two of my favorite people putting up posts a minute apart. You’ll be fine. Your bio dad died at the ripe old age of 77, so he left you a gift of longevity +. Trust your faith and live the rest of your years happily 😀 All the rest of it is bullshit anyhow, choose wisely 🙂

    You do know, the reason I put up The Abandoned Clown Posse clubhouse on FB was to give us all a place to go batshit crazy without worrying about triggering “friends and family”. Don’t hold it in or edit yourself on your personal newsfeed. Since you’re starting your new adventure with a move to Charleston, I much rather focus on that ride 😀

    • Woke Lola says:

      Yeah, I’m looking forward to Charleston too. Just tired of all the hits until then. But soon. Two weeks from tomorrow!

      • SHV says:

        IMHO, AB Lola you are an amazing person. The amount of bullshit that you have pushed through and overcome in your life would have broken most people but here you are, standing tall and moving on to a new (hopefully good) life adventure. A new chapter and better chapter begins in two weeks!

  18. helenk3 says:

    well well a skeleton in her closet

    BTW the only way I would do as she wants is with a ginsue circumcision knife in my hands

  19. Island Girl says:

    Love ya Lola

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