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    Quote Originally Posted by paulf-2007 View Post
    Like Lorraine Kelly, dancing on that crap wayfare ad. James Cordon, don't get me started, thrush would be a good name for him.
    I knew her when she was a reporter on the East Kilbride News. Actually she was quite cute (and svelte) in those days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by montesquieu View Post
    I knew her when she was a reporter on the East Kilbride News. Actually she was quite cute (and svelte) in those days.
    Tom, are you trying to say you had a rummage with Lorraine Kelly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WESTLOWER View Post
    Tom, are you trying to say you had a rummage with Lorraine Kelly?
    No such luck I'm afraid I guess she was always destined to rise above the rest of us ....
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    She's certainly a much nicer and more genuine person than Jackie Bird!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    She's certainly a much nicer and more genuine person than Jackie Bird!

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    Totally agreed on that Marco I knew her as well in her Radio Clyde days.

    Actually Elaine was always lovely to deal with - a genuinely nice individual.
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    Did you mean Lorraine, or are you talking about someone else?

    Yeah, JB is way too much up her own arse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Did you mean Lorraine, or are you talking about someone else?

    Yeah, JB is way too much up her own arse!

    Marco
    Oops slip of the fingers

    Though there might have been something weird and Freudian going on because there was an Elaine back then ...
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    Oh, *that* Elaine! Nice wide mouth, and always 'eager to please'... Say no more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphaGT View Post
    Or what they think! Movie and TV stars, and lately famous athletes seem to think their political opinions are worth more than regular folk. While they live in ivory towers and have no idea the plight of the average man. Their egos are out of control, and they often alienate those who made them famous.

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    Absolutely everything you say applies to everyone's favourite turd-on-a-stick, the government of the day. But if we try hard enough, we can still be happy, in spite of their best efforts.

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    [QUOTE=Minstrel SE;950238]Yes two things today

    James Corden and it beggars belief what the Americans see in him. The guy should have a happy meal uniform on

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