Where there’s a Will, there’s a way to pay the bills…
As the economy remains sunk and stagnant, the jobs market barely moves, and Nick Clegg continues to draw breath, we’re in a bit of a funk.
But it could be much worse. You could be REALLY suffering – like one-time Pop Idol winner Will Young.
Earlier this year, when he found out he hadn’t got a job as a judge on that shite BBC rubbish The Voice, poor Will describes hanging up the phone and collapsing to the floor, utterly racked with misery.
The squillionaire singer – who drives a Mercedes G-Class, costing up to £115,000 – casts further light on his miserable existence, too.
“It doesn’t even help when you have loads of money,” says the poor lamb. “The thing is, I’ve got money.
“I’d buy houses and get nothing from it. Bought cars – got nothing from it. I’ve spent £5,000 in Selfridges – and nothing. I don’t even wear the stuff.
“All those things that I thought would THE Chancellor Gideon Osborne changed his first name to George because he thought people would take the piss out of Gideon.
So let’s call the c*** Gideon.
Or more accurately, “Gideon The C*** Who Says We’re All In This Together But Forgets To Mention His £3m Inheritance”. IT’S getting a bit colder now. The heating’s on, the gas bill’s going up, and ever so slightly you’re starting to feel the pinch.
Our generous Government has announced it’s going to take away £10 billion in benefits from the poorest in society in a move which will apparently “help” them.
My name is Young. F***ing c**t!
bring me happiness, don’t.”
So there you have it. Next time you’re worrying about paying the bills, or you can’t afford a nice present for your kids this Christmas, just think of how much worse Will Young has got it.
And then repeatedly punch a wall until your knuckles break.