... I can believe it - I voted in joggies with a liberal spattering of mud (dogs tied up outside the poling station)
If our local candidates were wearing lycra... eww
Loved this pic
I hadn't sort out my registration in time after moving house so didn't vote. Needed to admit that somewhere.
No elections here - I never miss a chance to give the pollsters on the door the lecture on what's wrong with the question "Can I ask you who you voted for?".
Love the picture, btw.
gymaddict - was it a liberal vote as well as a smattering of mud?
cake - i noticed there was a pirate party on my ballot. i gave you my vote.
No lib's round here - the nationalists scare them...
Cheers dude but nothing to do we the pirate lot. I think if we all went into politics it would probably turn into a massive punch-up.
Young sarah found this earlier if anyone is interested. http://local.stv.tv/edinburgh/98159-candidate-dressed-as-a-penguin-receives-more-votes-than-two-major-parties/
poor lib dems. its a wee shame
I have to say that I voted wearing a pj top (under my jacket) and I voted for the only candidate who could be bothered to travel the miles to our tiny village and push his leaflets through our door. If they can't be bothered to travel here to canvass, what are they going to be like after they've been elected?
i did the opposite. voted for the person who pushed the least crap though my door
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