MARGARET THATCHER'S WARDROBE IS UP FOR AUCTION!

Margaret Thatcher's Wardrobe Is Up For Auction!
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MARGARET THATCHER'S WARDROBE IS UP FOR AUCTION!



Written by Jack Blocker
03 Tuesday 03rd November 2015

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to own the coat Lady Thatcher wore when she rode in a tank? That's it in the photo above. Well, that's actually only one example of her tank attire, because the Iron Lady liked nothing more than a press shot in a strike-busting, Falklands warrin', milk snatching tank. Just google "tank thatcher" if you don't believe me.

Thatcher's tank outfits are just some of the items belonging to the late PM set to be auctioned off by Christie's, along with her wedding dress, some crockery, and a load of other tat.

So if you've got some spare cash and want to treat yourself this Christmas, head down to Christie's on 15 December. Just think what you could do with those clothes: Wear them. Smell them. Burn them for fuel - the options are limitless! Better still, it was today revealed that the V&A declined the collection, so that's one less bidder at the auction.

Jokes aside, Thatcher's style was pretty fly, in a severe, villainous sort of way. Here she is smirking in the face of a prospective assassin:

And what's not to love about her coat in this picture, taken prior to her nightly routine of polishing off three litres of Whiskey.

This fetching padded shoulder jacket was chosen for a meet with the cunt who owns JCB. I forget his name.

Finally, here she is with her friend Big Dave Reagan (BDR) rocking a very striking checkerboard pattern. Lovely.

All proceeds from the auction will be going to aid refugees in Calais lol/jk they'll be going to Thatcher's immediate family.

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