“Vicious” Has Homos Bitching

What it says on the tin: vicious

You wouldn't exactly call the people at ITV conservative, though compared with the BBC they are practically neo fascists. Still, they are, in a bad way, “liberal” enough.

ITV has now launched a new TV series, called “vicious”. The series was initially (before the homosexual critics saw it) hailed as the first mainstream perverted TV comedy, but the hopes of the Kingdom's faggotry have been disappointed.

The fact is, the TV series is about a couple of old fags (at least one of whom is an authentic one) who bitch against each other like they're in hell already, only they still live in Covent Garden. “Vicious” is, therefore, clearly the description of the two main characters.

Shock! Horror! Cue the stiletto army throwing symbolic lipsticks at ITV in rage, the high-pitched voices all in a flutter. This is the return to the worst “prejudices”, they say. The fag journalist of the “Evening Standard” bitches relentlessly about a TV series depicting fags as bitches, and we stun in disbelief at the unseen irony. It appears the TV series is a regress to the time when fags were called…. fags (oh, the horror!) and this is, from the point of view of a faggot seeking canonisation for his favourite perversion, clearly unacceptable.

The stupidity of all this is beyond belief. Even my cat knows fags spend bitching against each other vastly more time than they do bitching against everyone else. It's in the nature of the fag, who has all the unpleasant traits of the female character without having any of its sweetness and femininity. They know it perfectly well, but you are not allowed to know it; and, if you do, you are most certainly not allowed to say it.

It is also very funny that the “Evening Standard” faggot (I have written about this miserable rag, now fully in the hands of the Gaystapo, a couple of times) complains the sitcom might have been written by a retrograde heterosexual, implying the writer or writers of the shows largely belong to his own “parish”. With which you have, again, a faggot bitching against other faggots. Hilarious.

Of course, I will not see even one minute of the show, in the same way as I would not see a show featuring an old couple of child rapists, or of zoophiles. But I think it good that the show is criticised from the stiletto army: it means ITV has done something right.

We will see if this TV series keeps the momentum. Frankly, I doubt the TV mainstream of the Kingdom will have much interest in a couple of old queens, and this series might well end at season one. I hope so at least, then sodomy should be a taboo, not a way to excite the more or less questionable curiosity of the nation about the life of its perverts.

The life of a pervert is a life of misery ending in premature death and, very often, hell.

This is all there is to know about it.

Mundabor

 

Posted on May 8, 2013, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I haven’t seen it either. However I read somewhere that McKellen and Jacobi didn’t really need to do much acting.

  2. I believe that the original title was supposed to be ‘Vicious old queens’ – from what you say that sums it up. As I don’t have a television, I am spared the accident of coming across it by mistake.

  3. They are a caricature, wrapped inside a stereotype in a parody.

  4. As far as I know, both McKellan and Jakobi (sp?) are homosexual, but neither of them seem to have a problem with the show. Is it just that the paycheck is high enough to drown out any real qualms? Or do they see it as a hilariously true portrait of homosexual “couples”?

    • Well they must have read the script before and must have decided it was worth the money anyway…

      I doubt McKellan has such a fine sense of humour in things faggotry, he has been rather vocal in the past. I do not know the other old queen…

      M

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