We hear things retrospectively when we have understood them - Marcel Proust
That shirt won't stay on his back for long, either.
There must be at least three gripped knuckles in that handshake, and at least eight fingers crossed as well!Nice one, Mr H!
Well at least he managed to stay upright, or is he just using Cameron for support in both senses.
He would be advised to leave the head behind, its just rubbish.
Sam - good point. Trousers too probably.Scrobs - at least he isn't kissing Juncker's ring.Wiggia - if the photo was taken after lunch then I think Cameron is probably keeping him upright. There will be an EU protocol for keeping the President upright after lunch.Demetrius - but what would they use it for?
Have a nasty feeling what the British public will do today. Hope I'm wrong.
Now is that some sort of secret EU political elites handshake?Quisling Cameroon acknowledging his superior?
James - I have that feeling too. We'll soon know.Bill - it is a secret EU political elites handshake, but I happen to know what this one means. It means "say what you like, we have you by the balls".
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