Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Look Into My Eyes, Look Into My Eyes...


Possibly the most frightening photo in the history of ... well, everything. And yes, we really were that close. No photoshopping at the Daily Telegraph! Anyway, Alas Dale & Heffer HEFFER CONFRONTED will be reaching your screens on Telegraph TV on Thursday and every Thursday thereafter. [Enough plugs - ed]

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is he fat? That's an almighty double chin :D

Anonymous said...

I hope he didn't have bad breath.

Benny said...

were you tempted to lean in a bit further or was it a struggle getting yourself that close?

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Johnny Norfolk said...

I think Heffer more hair than you now Iain.

This blogging has certainly taken its toll, or is it something else. ?

Sir Dando Tweakshafte said...

Cripes. More Chins than a Beijing phonebook.

Anonymous said...

Off to watch a program on BBC 2 about a 1000 ways to kill Michael Portillo. Sounds like fun.

Anonymous said...

He`s an ugly so and so.

Anonymous said...

Boring, get back to helping Guido put this diabolic govenment back down into Hades.

Craig Ranapia said...

Is he fat? That's an almighty double chin :D

In our host's position, I'd be tempted to do my best Liz Taylor/'Maggie The Cat' and start screaming "No-neck monster!"

However, that would be rude, and there's the terrifying prospect of Heffer replying, "Call me Bubbles, dahlink, everybody does". :)

Unknown said...

I always felt Simon Heffer to be one of the smuggest and most annoying of hacks whenever seen on TV. You'll come across as a saint next to him Iain.

shergar said...

He's taking it on all his chins...

David Anthony said...

You know, when Smith & Jones did those original sketches they were actually sat on two separate sides of the studio and then the two profiles were joined in production... could have saved some uncomfortable moments!

Anonymous said...

Did you put him off his guard by planting a smacker on him?