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I APPEAR to be the new Claire Rayner! I had a transvestite contact me for advice last night on Red Light Central.
He was asking me if I thought he should have his cock chopped off.
I told him I thought it sounded a brilliant idea! He’s already had his boobs done so why not?
I’m glad I was born a woman, I have to say – especially as I can have sex with guys and girls.
The whole sex swap operation sounds excruciating, having your knob turned inside out and made into a fanny.
But as I said to this fella last night, at least when he has it done he’ll be able to have a fiddle with himself more discreetly!
All you need to do when you’re a girl is chuck a coat over your lap and you can strum away to your heart’s content – anytime, anyplace, anywhere!
I’LL be on Redlight Central on Thursday and Friday this week on Sky Channels 902, 948 and 911 from 10pm until 5.30am. I HAD a good frisk this weekend at the footy!
I wasn’t bonking in the stands though, I just got felt up a fair bit going through security!
It was the QPR and Chelsea game. Some nutter had sent a bullet in the post to Anton Ferdinand and it was the first time that the two teams had played each other since the alleged racism on him by John Te rry.
There’s always plenty of good banter on the terraces and when you’r e a footballer you need to expect a bit of flak.
But I think when it cr osses the line to racist taunts, that is just too much in this day and age. It needs to be stamped out. I WAS saddened to read about the inquest of Gary Speed.
It still doesn’t help solve the riddle of how a seemingly happy family man with a lovely wife and kids and a great life died.
I thought the Coroner’s investigation might offer some kind of explanation about why he was found hanging in his house.
But Nicholas Rheinberg said that his death could have been an accident caused by him slumping forward with a noose round his neck.
And, although he’d texted threatening to take his own life, because there was no note they couldn’t rule he killed himself deliberately.
My heart goes out to Louise and his poor family. They will never know what happened to Gary and it’s sad that the inquest hasn’t really done anything to help them deal with their pain.