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Huw Lemmey
writer and author ('chubz' by ). Cities, sex, history, mainly. Commission me: spitzenprodukte[at]
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Huw Lemmey 19h
I'm glad they've starred out the offensive slurs
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Huw Lemmey 23h
What Jacob Rees Mogg didn’t mention is that life expectancy for men in Glasgow at the time of the Boer War was about 40 years old
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Huw Lemmey 23h
Replying to @seanbgoneill
The Last Grandad
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Huw Lemmey 23h
Replying to @seanbgoneill
Aren’t...you...Gen...Z?
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Huw Lemmey Feb 16
Replying to @fchroberts
If you drew lines between where I grew up, and when my mum, grandma and grandpa all grew up, I reckon they’d intersect at Blackpool...
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Huw Lemmey Feb 16
Replying to @fchroberts
I did but I was born and raised in Barrow and the southern end of the Lakes, which was originally Lancashire, whereas marra and charv are more from old Cumberland I think- which is why I skew towards Lancashire
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @lalonsocorona
We've had enough of left and right, we need a centrist party. Who marches with fascists, but in the middle of the road
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
with all due respect, go fuck yourself
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Patrick Blanchfield Feb 15
Replying to @PatBlanchfield
it makes a lot more sense once you see all this felt urgency as ultimately indexing the terrors of an entire generation confronting its own mortality, mapped onto a dim but ubiquitous awareness of the fundamentally monstrous unsustainability of the entire american way of life!
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @Scriblit
they won't though. They'll die in their beds still making bad jokes like "we could do with some of that global warming!" as the poorest people in the world are dying getting flooded out of their homes
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
"I didn't need to do this," is a bold opening gambit to a legal battle about whether you needed to do something
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Congratulations and my whole-hearted respect and admiration goes out to all those grown men who are doing sterling work online today mocking and admonishing politically engaged children who are attempting to make the world a sustainable place to live in the future.
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @huwlemmey
shaming
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
I just searched to see if this joke has been made before, and it has, 3 times, two of which were by and
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough! pile wreckage and hurl it at his feet, There isn't grass to graze a cow. Swarm over, History! - Walter Betjeman
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @cthulta
yeah supper to me would be something you eat right before bed
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @huwlemmey
After all this turmoil and division, I think we've found an issue we can come together around and heal our divided nation
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @huwlemmey
the correct answer is "straight after Neighbours"
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @huwlemmey
The key distinction is not whether you call it tea or dinner (or supper - what?) but what time you have it.
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Huw Lemmey Feb 15
Replying to @owenhatherley
on the positive side, at least I now know what a Portsmouth accent sounds like
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