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Her fae' Pop Idol, and some 'escape to the Sun' type programmes - met her on a flight up from London recently. Was really, really nice. Dead friendly and, it has to be said, a fine looking woman. 

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Her faither was one o' them Chin/Chapman 70's hit factory songwriter types wasn't he ? Met her myself on a job years ago, aye, awfy pleasant. Never asked for a shag...

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The epitome of BBC profligacy.

"here Nicky, f**k off to Australia and NZ for months on end making a TV programme with people who, on the face of it, want to emigrate but, after a weeks all expenses paid trip, when shown a video of their parents/grandparents/other relatives, get all teary eyed and decide they want to stay in the UK.

Aye, that's a f**king brilliant use of the licence fee BBC.

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1 minute ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:

The epitome of BBC profligacy.

"here Nicky, f**k off to Australia and NZ for months on end making a TV programme with people who, on the face of it, want to emigrate but, after a weeks all expenses paid trip, when shown a video of their parents/grandparents/other relatives, get all teary eyed and decide they want to stay in the UK.

Aye, that's a f**king brilliant use of the licence fee BBC.

Fcuk sake... and I thought I was this season's most miserable cnut with my moaning about the new kits.

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2 hours ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:

The epitome of BBC profligacy.

"here Nicky, f**k off to Australia and NZ for months on end making a TV programme with people who, on the face of it, want to emigrate but, after a weeks all expenses paid trip, when shown a video of their parents/grandparents/other relatives, get all teary eyed and decide they want to stay in the UK.

Aye, that's a f**king brilliant use of the licence fee BBC.

That's the ones that go to Oz. The ones the come to NZ tend to stay. Much more racial tolerance, more beautiful and it isn't 500 miles between significant places. 

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13 minutes ago, madmitch said:

That's the ones that go to Oz. The ones the come to NZ tend to stay. Much more racial tolerance, more beautiful and it isn't 500 miles between significant places. 

Who do you want to win Saturday Madmitch ??  come on you all blacks :kickass

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Her faither was one o' them Chin/Chapman 70's hit factory songwriter types wasn't he ? Met her myself on a job years ago, aye, awfy pleasant. Never asked for a shag...

Well if ye had tae ask, ye wurnae getting it

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15 hours ago, FS said:

Her faither was one o' them Chin/Chapman 70's hit factory songwriter types wasn't he ? Met her myself on a job years ago, aye, awfy pleasant. Never asked for a shag...

Her father got me hooked on pop hits as 10 years old  would buy Sweet , Susie Q and Mud singles from Woolies  in the high street with my pocket money. The number of hits her father wrote was incredible. I once spoke to a musician who told me the hardest thing to write is constant hits Mike Chapman was very talented

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22 hours ago, FS said:

Her faither was one o' them Chin/Chapman 70's hit factory songwriter types wasn't he ? Met her myself on a job years ago, aye, awfy pleasant. Never asked for a shag...

I'm sure if she had you would have declined.

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