Well Mr Danczuk you should have thought of that sooner; much sooner.
Remember Jeremy Corbyn's low bow at the Remembrance Day ceremonies London and many other 'Sun' reports about Jeremy that put a warped spin on events.
Maybe Danczuk he was caught in a 'sting' or 'trap' but at age 49 he is old enough to know better than to let one part of his lower anatomy rule his brain.
Maybe he is having a mid-life crisis but you have to feel for his wife and family in all of this. He separated from his wife earlier this year but the 'innocents' will be unwillingly taken along for the ride now.
Danczuk apologised unreservedly Thursday for his "inappropriate" behaviour, adding: "I was stupid [and] there's no fool like an old fool."
And Mr Danczuk there are many of those old fools knocking about.
BBC News reports "A Labour Party spokesman said: "The general secretary of the Labour Party has today suspended Simon Danczuk's membership of the party, pending an investigation into allegations published in the media today. "A full investigation will now take place under the authority of the National Executive Committee, which will be responsible for determining any further action."
At least for now the party whip is withdrawn and Danczuk will sit as MP for Rochdale in the Commons as an independent.
If an election follows will Labour under Mr Corbyn secure election victory in Rochdale?
When Douglas Carswell jumped the Tory ship and joined UKIP he secured his new party election victory.
It was a case of his popularity locally saving his seat and UKIPs face. Will Danczuk join another party if ultimately he is ousted from Labour or go it alone?
Even before the investigation plays out Danczuk's Labour position seems untenable.
[Danczuk has been on borrowed time in the Labour Party recently. In October the Manchester Evening News reported "Simon Danczuk 'could be kicked out by Labour' if he keeps criticising Jeremy Corbyn."
Wednesday they reported "MP Simon Danczuk 'dumped' by new girlfriend hours after couple were pictured in pub during Rochdale floods"]
Updates as available.
Op-Ed: It is New Year's Eve 2015 in the UK but across the world in New Zealand it is already January 1, 2016.
That country celebrated with the usual huge firework display around 11am December 31, 2015, GMT.
New Year is a time for celebration but this year is one big headache for the authorities due to perceived and real threats of terrorism.
Fireworks have become a big part of New Year's in the 21st Century; capital cities around the world always went overboard as the clocks hit midnight but now that has spread to cities, communities and households.
As long-standing dog rescuers we always add a word of caution to those with pets. Remember if you leave your pet home alone New Year's neighbourhood fireworks that in the 21st Century can sound like huge thunderclaps or even bombs could terrify your pet.
We have always opted to stay home to celebrate apart from the few years we did not have a dog or two sharing our home.
But remember some old and vulnerable people may dread New Year fireworks which seem to go on and on and on.
Then there are military veterans and refugees recently re-homed in foreign lands; for them tonight's festivities may be too close to the sound of conflict to bear.
Wednesday CNN International reported "Germany bans New Year's fireworks at refugee shelters."
Arnsberg's [in Germany] fire department said on its official website "Maybe it is worth the thought of not using firecrackers at all this year. "This would help to prevent people who have fled their homes to our country from having to relive the horrors that threatened their life and well-being in their countries of origin."
The risk of fire at places such as the so-called Jungle refugee camp near Calais is huge but then there is the potential stress and fear to those perhaps experiencing PTSD.
Across Europe New Year's will be somewhat different to the norm.
London ticket only firework celebrations will see an increased police presence and many officers will be armed.
Paris, France, has scaled back its New Year celebrations after recent terror events and continued concerns over possible fresh attacks. In Paris the fireworks are gone, replaced by video footage; it will be played at the Arc de Triomphe just before midnight and relayed on screens along the Champs Elysees.
Brussels has gone a step further.
New Year is 'cancelled' although the clocks will still flip over into 2016 obviously.
Prosecutors in Brussels say they have arrested six people in connection with an alleged plot to target the city on New Year's Eve.
Leaders, governments, security personnel and we the general public face some tough choices.
If we change our lifestyle due to threats and intimidation in some ways the terrorists win but if the authorities do nothing and people die we will be outraged; for now at least we may have to accept heavy security at public events.
So it is Happy New Year all; have fun but stay safe and here's to a better New Year.
[This week a 'Silent bomber' couple were jailed for life for a London terror plot]
In the UK Trump or as we like to call him now ‘fart face’ caused anger with his comments on blocking all Muslims from entering the USA.
A petition was quickly launched here in the UK to block Trump from entering this country after his bigoted views.
Nicola Sturgeon did the decent thing and ditched Trump but UK PM David Cameron edged his bets one more time.
This was strange, although expected, as a series of hate-speech individuals are already blocked from entering the UK.
Wednesday in the period between Christmas and New Year, when parliament is in recess, severe flooding across the UK occupies people’s homes and properties the British government has sent out a response to that petition. It reads:
The Government has responded to the petition – “Block Donald J Trump from UK entry”.
In this crazy 21st Century Trump is accused of many things including being a secret agent for the Democrats!
But in all of this spare a thought for animals in affected areas.
When our city Hull experienced so-called once in a thousand years summer flooding in 2007 many homes were flooded simply because the waterlogged ground could not take any more rainfall.
The waters just rose as residents looked on.
It was a day's events but it took people some time to recover. Like many others we spent many months waiting for renovation to start followed by around six months living in a crappy caravan on our garden. I say crappy as it was.
Our two dogs were confused and more when the waters rose. Our bitch Jessie would not pee as each time she squatted down the early inches of water was there. Eventually she was persuaded to pee on an old curtain in our home.
We were lucky as we only had secondary flooding but it was still a nightmare; how much worse if you have feet of water entering your home; how much worse if you are already living in poverty.
All things are relative but when flooding hits you it hits hard.
When Hull was awash local dog charities and kennels struggled to rescue animals from their temporary homes.
In cases of severe flooding or natural disasters animals sometimes have to be left behind.
This week we have already seen an image of sheep stranded on a strip of land surrounded by swirling flood waters.
Twitter these days is a good source of news and on the spot images and we would like to thank Benjamin Myers a freelance journalist for The Guardian/Mojo/New Statesman etc. for the image of a cat rescue. He is in the thick of the flooding in the Calder Valley, UK.
In 2016 the UK government is set to launch a new insurance scheme but you have to wonder if it will in light of recent flooding. The scheme will help previous flood victims get affordable insurance.
The government scheme is scheduled to go live April 2016 but that will not help Christmas 2015 flood victims.
Like many others we found after our flood experience that insurance was not easy to get even though we had been claim free for decades. The Labour government of the day offered some protection to flood victims in the first few years but once this was removed our premiums went through the roof.
The only way we could afford to insure our property was by adding an excessive excess to the policy.
When flooding hits you can feel so alone; you may have insurance but the claiming process is never easy; it is always full of hassle and lengthy.
At time of writing there have been no recorded flood deaths which is good news; in 2007 a local young man died.
But I wonder how many animals may have died.
Running a political party in opposition is about holding the government of the day to account but it should also be about ousting them from power.
If it is not why bother?
Yes a thoughtful and caring opposition can make in roads and real change but only up to a point. After the House of Lords scuppered Tory plans to slash child tax credits in the short-term UK PM David Cameron is looking at ways to close that loophole. He will aim to always be one step ahead of the opposition and where possible way out in front.
And with friends like the Telegraph voters will be misled.
According to the Telegraph "Mr Corbyn said: "It does [feel weird]. In sport, yes you're in it to take part but the reality is you are in it to win. Politics is different in the sense I am not that competitive a person in that sense. I am much more a community co-operative kind of person. “I never really thought I would be appointed to a position, so my aspiration was to do my best. It has turned out I've become leader of the party. It's a huge amount of work and pressure, but basically very enjoyable."
The Telegraph report then adds an obvious piece of spurious reporting "Mr Corbyn is thought to have mocked Sir Bradley as they walked along a rainy London road but took refuge in a cafe when the sporting star feared he may catch a cold in the bad weather, The Telegraph understands."
Thought and the Telegraph understands are crucial to the statement above. They mean it is a load of hogwash and nothing less. If it was real the Telegraph would go for the jugular.
If you think allegations that the Telegraph is a biased news service consider last week's news from the Guardian that "Telegraph fined £30,000 over email urging readers to vote Tory-Editor’s message asking hundreds of thousands of readers to oppose the most ‘left-wing Labour leader for a generation’ crossed a line, says watchdog."
And if The Telegraph's editor thought Miliband was the most ‘left-wing Labour leader for a generation’ you can imagine how he or she will view Corbyn.
But Labour should be a left-wing political party. We do not need another right or centre right political party in Britain.
The Telegraph has been banging the 'Corbyn does not want to win elections drum' for some time. In October they posted a report titled "Jeremy Corbyn and his crew don’t want to win elections – they want to discredit them."
So the Telegraph's political strategy is obvious.
But never forget Jeremy Corbyn is in a tricky position. He is attacked by the right-wing and some would say gutter press, some of his own MPs and disgruntled party supporters. He needs to be shoring up defences and not whittling them away himself.
He is an honest man passionate about his beliefs and a veteran protester. Now however he is the leader of the Labour Party and people are hoping he can deliver election victory.
His honest approach is refreshing and will win him some support but will it ultimately give Labour the keys to number 10?
Politics does include many things and people but in the end it remains 'to the victor the spoils'.
This long standing Labour supporter, who actually voted for Andy Burnham to lead Labour, is actively working to help Labour gain ground and secure victory at the polls.
Labour activists and supporters expect the party leader and his MPs to be singing from the same song sheet.
His career in music was long and in many ways outstanding. After being a band member of several 60s rock groups he became a roadie to "Jimi Hendrix and The Nice, before joining the space rock band Hawkwind in 1972, singing lead on their hit "Silver Machine".
After being fired from Hawkwind, he founded Motörhead as lead singer, bassist, songwriter and band leader recording and touring regularly.
Born in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent Lemmy kept his accent to the end. It is easy to imagine him saying 'oh well I had a good run'.
Play loud and live hard was the band's motto - “If we moved in next door to you, your lawn would die,” Lemmy once claimed.
Love him or loathe him there was only one Lemmy and fans are mourning his death.
Check out the Telegraph's full obituary here