Guardianista


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Guardianista

(ˈɡɑːdɪənˈiːstə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) informal Brit a reader of the Guardian newspaper, seen as being typically left-wing, liberal, and politically correct. Also: Guardian reader
[C20: from the Guardian newspaper + (Sandin)ista]
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SIR - A Guardianista straight out of Central Casting has appeared out of nowhere to give hope to the Brit Left.
To this highbrow music-and-literary hoedown she took teabags, open-toed sandals, a couple of improving books and (for philosophical support) Susan the Luddite; there, in that tented Suffolk farmland among the 20,000 other squeezed middles, they shared a pre-erected canvas scout hut with our Guardianista daughter, without whom no cultural coven is complete.
These ridiculous, humourless, Labourish and Guardianista type concerns aside, the Slang-a-tang was still a rubbish product, but then the girl's app was not much better.
However, the brouhaha about the lady of whom the remarks were made, to my mind, have been seized on as sexism by the Guardianista.
VALREC have been infiltrated by the usual Guardianista suspects and are now a wing of the liberal politically correct obsessive establishment.
The average Guardianista [liberal politically-correct person] may find some of the sex talk grody to the max, since much of it is dicky-dunking [sex from a male perspective] and it's like barf me out
But I raise this issue as Mr Byford's groveling could have a huge impact on my future, as well as that of the Guardianista Republic of the BBC.
Blogging Kitchenalia (for kitchenware) Car park syndrome Drink-sailing Guardianista Viewrinals Noughties e-government to think out of the box Christmas rage Everything else/the rest is gravy Weapons of mass destruction Polglish/Spanglish/Denglish/Chinglish Cyberbeggar Cyberbegging Warchalking gastropub
Example: it is two in the morning, London time, and Tash the Guardianista is launching the last of her newspaper's editions on the iPad platform she controls.
Well informed, travelled and conscientious, you become a fine dining expert - being a Guardianista.
I'm not talking about its blundering coverage of "sexed-up documents" before the David Kelly tragedy, or its Guardianista political stance on the Iraq war.
Submitting to threats is not an option, as I hardly needed reminding by my Guardianista daughter's youthful "publish and be damned" Facebook tirade; on the other hand, reprinting the original provocation is like fighting fires by pouring on petrol.