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Point number 101 is particularly lolsome.
It's a good read :D
"In her letter of 31 January 2008 the wife computes her reasonable needs for herself and Beatrice at £3,250,000 p.a. which amounts on a Duxbury capitalised basis to £99,480,000"
I hate this bitch
this. One of my mates is called his middle name, whihc I though was mental but if one of the beatles is called it... I might start to be called my middle name.
JUMPING JACK SHIT.
How come it's 3 words?
someone post the good bits!
to read tonight.
No spoilers please.
he had to give her money. hahah
Sometimes it is not the facts that are in issue in ancillary relief proceedings eg. all income and assets are agreed and all that is sought is judicial guidance on their division.
I'm gonna stalk her and throw nuts and seeds at her weasly money-grabbing face with the hope that a luckily-thrown seed will land up her nose and quickly grow into a fully-fledged sunflower, which grows to such an extent that it bursts her entire face open exposing her skull to the ravages of seed-hungry pigeons which will peck her to death. While this happens, I shall sing my new composition 'Piss Off, You Massive Fucking Twatfarm' over and over again.
Just 'cos of the way I read "the wife" as a Northern colloquialism rather than as legal talk.
"Well, yeah I'm off to sort out my divorce from the wife..."
Some of Heather Mills’s requests
Properties: Seven, including one in Beverley Hills and £8 million - £12.5 million to buy a new house in London
Housekeepers for all seven: £645,000 p.a.
Holidays: £499,000 p.a. (including £185,000 for private jets and helicopter flights)
Clothes: £125,000 p.a.
Equestrian activities: £39,000 p.a. (she no longer rides)
Wine: £39,000 p.a. (she does not drink alcohol)
Driver: £43,000 p.a
in exceptional cases, absolutely!! pfffffft morality
She poured water over his lawyer?
The Sun's front page this morning had possibly the best/worst headline of all time ever ever on it.
which makes her even more loathsome for taking out her frustration on someone who is just doing their job representing their client.
of his lawyer with wet hair on BBC...
in point 65
That's the only one i seen
Turns out she did indeed pour water over the lawyer, a whole jug of the stuff.
I hope she gets ran over again.
So essentially, her case was that she should get £100m because Paul told her she could no longer go on Esther?
I'd try and upset her, just to make her talk in that high funny voice she did on GMTV.
That reminded me a lot of when Elliot in Scrubs gets upset.
all it's classiness
I don't see the problem. She seems like a nice person.
McCartney's a right cunt.