Sad glance into the mid-distance

George Osborne
Source: The Guardian
George thought cutting £10bn in Welfare would make him happy. It hasn't. He's still miserable, and lives in fear of the one-eyed Gypsie's curse
Source: The Sun
George tries to "keep it down" himself when he is nauseated by a brightly-coloured Cab. Bright colours distress George's sensitive stomach. He likes beige, and moths.
Source: The Guardian
George is worried to find out that a lot of people behind him have become blurry and out-of-focus. He's also worried about war and famine, and pledges to eradicate child illiteracy if he is elected as Miss Great Britain.
Source: The Guardian
Leaving his bedroom for a midnight raid on the kitchen, George is surprised when several ghostly hands float around him waving microphones. George realises he has to give a press conference, and he isn't wearing trousers and... phew! It was just a dream!

Plastic Man

Source: The Telegraph
George is rather put out to discover he's made of LEGO. While it is a worry at first, he soon adapts and finds he has to spend far less time on his hair in the morning.

Booed at the Paralympics

Source: Screengrab from video here
George shakes off booing at the Paralympics. Deep down, he wonders if people are angry at his cuts to disability allowances, or his hair.


George Osborne Smiles
Source: HITC Politics
George has just seen a bunny rabbit, with big floppy ears and a twitchy nose. The memory of the rabbit keeps him happy until bath-time.


Source: Metro
George and Nick aren't talking. Nick made a big bowl of jelly for the cabinet. George didn't realise the jelly was for everyone, and ate it all.

Inefficient hiding.

Source: Al Jazeera
 Spotting Labour rival Ed Balls in a nearby play-park, George hides and spies on his opponent. He notices Ed has a far nicer toy car than he does, and become jealous.

Lost your head.

George Osborne
Source: The Guardian
Terrified, George awakes to a world where people's heads end just above their eyebrows. He is particularly upset by this development as he got a snazzy new haircut yesterday and wanted to show it off.


Source: The Sun
George is caught out when he leaves the house without a tie. He is captured and publicly flogged upon the bottom. Still, boys will be boys.

George the Giant

George Osborne
Source: The Sun
Faced with economic criticisms, George hits upon a brilliant plan to gain the exchequer some cash. Taking advantage of his giant size, George terrifies local townsfolk into paying expensive tributes. Despite promising not to, George proceeds to eat their sheep.

Unkempt Grump

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (Reuters)
Source: 3 News
George's alarm clock fails to wake him nice and early. Rising late, he hasn't the time to shave before work, nor does he manage to perform the rigorous callisthenics required to keep his face tight and muscular. 

Shocked Hair

Source: Bloomberg
Enjoying a nice lunch in the park and feeding some sparrows, George turns around to feed an errant bird. An out-of-focus woman freezes George to his core, and a roguish curl attempts to flee his head.


George Osborne
Source: The Guardian
Donning a freshly-baked tie and checking his appearance in the mirror, George is shocked to discover his face has moved several inches too the left. He hopes this won't ruin his soup.

The Very Hungry MP

Child's play: George Osborne during a visit to Talbot Day Nursery
Source: Daily Mail
Returning to the Parliament playrooms after a sojourn to the dining room for some milk and cookies, George is shocked into rage when he discovers David has been playing with his favourite toys.
Source: Bdaily Business Network
George highlights his ability to find Manchester in front of amazed onlookers. Sadly wiping a tear from his eye, he imagined how proud his old geography teacher would be of him. That is, if he hadn't been savaged by a Leftist giraffe.
The Government is doing everything it can to deal with the economic crisis, Chancellor George Osborne has said
Source: MSN News
Watching his talent show on TV, George proceeds to give his approval to his favourite act. Unfortunately for George, it turns out to be a documentary he's watching, and he's just given his seal of approval to Genghis Khan.