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  • n. Plural form of Guardianista.


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  • This sort of comment is typical of many so-called Guardianistas who can't comprehend that people can read and enjoy the Guardian without having to be a lefty loony liberal and are perfectly entitled to comment on their articles.

    The Guardian World News

  • So it would make sense that the Guardianistas would get their knickers in a twist about informers.

    Police Need Intelligence Shock « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • It would allow stereotypical Guardianistas to vote green, safe in the knowledge that they could transfer their allegiance as needed to keep the Tories out; and it would also free up Guardianistas' rightwing counterparts to dabble with Ukip without fear of letting Labour in.

    AV: the low politics of electoral reform | Tom Clark

  • A more serious analysis may follow and it may not be entirely to the taste of a large proportion of Guardianistas whose feelings were summed up by one colleague yesterday: Bavarian boot camps?

    Pre-Ashes boot camps: team-building fun or a waste of time?

  • She is still treated by all true Guardianistas as the evil witch who destroyed this great realm of ours, abused to an extent which makes you think she must have some good in her.

    Primogeniture: The second sex | Editorial

  • I have tried to inculcate my wife, children and stepchildren into becoming Guardianistas, so far without success.

    Good to Meet You … Colin Golightly

  • In fact, I would be Hayley, had a troop of philanthropic Guardianistas not adopted me from a Yates's Wine Lodge car park in the late-90s, weaned me on a diet of polenta chips, broad bean-based mezze and exemplary goose eggs, and then imbued me with a love of special "Tandem Riding In Andalucia" travel supplements and freeing Burma or boycotting Burma, or whatever we're doing with Burma this week I'm never sure.

    Grace Dent's TV OD: The Fairy Jobmother

  • The social engineers and Guardianistas have won, now they reap what they sow. on April 29, 2009 at 8: 58 am uniform

    Another Day At The Office « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • That don't sound like no Tea Party guy to me, but it sure as hell sounds like a lot of Guardianistas!

    The Tea Party rules Washington as Barack Obama braces for savage cuts

  • Having visited the Guardian site, I think part of Dave's perceived problem is the howling of the Guardianistas about the '80s - unemployment, high interest rates, etc - under Thatcher (who apparently is to blame for all the ills the current Labour government has inflicted upon us).

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?


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