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In conclusion: Hah!
I really do love the Guardian
in 'festering in a big pile of jizz' shocker. There is so much wrong with this lyric:
"Now I lie here in the wet patch in the middle of the bed,
I'm feeling pretty damn hard done by, I've spent ages giving head".
1. The average male would last about 10 seconds given a celebrity blowjob scenario. You're obviously a bit crap or thinking too much.
2. You're a spitter Lily, we've worked that out, otherwise your bed wouldn't be damp, unless you get extremely turned on. However, as a spitter you control where this excess fluid is directed. How about not onto your sheets?
3. You then had the option not to lie down on this sexual outpouring. You chose poorly.
4. Feeling hard done by? Isn't Emmerdale on tonight? If you mean sexually wronged, then maybe you should talk to your loved one about it rather than releasing it as a song and berating other pop stars on myspace...
and nobody suspended me
Funnily enough, when I read that bit about poor Lily having to lie in the ejaculate, I was put powerfully in mind of Tintern Abbey.
get pulled up on it.
I'm tickled pink by the fact that the PR compnay for some reason thinks of Wordsworth and Alan Bennett as the two famed writers most worthy of comparison to Lily Allen.
Actually, I do hate Wordsworth and Bennent. AND Lily Allen. The comparison DOES work...
He's the Winston Churchill of the Skins generation.
At least the Guardian look set to get their tongue out of her...
in an office chair across the room.
And I don't believe all publicity is good.
Philophobia opens with "It was the biggest cock you'd ever seen, but you've no idea where that cock has been" and it still manages to be one of the best albums (lyrically) i've ever heard.
i think that what you wrote earlier was thoughtless and uncalled for. Murray was an all too easy target, he has a lot of respect for me and was only trying to be enthusiastic about something he feels passionate about. It's quite obvious the part of his press release you referred to was "tongue in cheek". As we all know, it would be ridiculous to compare me to Wordsworth or Bennett and your poking fun at his reference was cheap, really. Personally i don't care , i'm perfectly used to people poking fun at me, but Murray doesn't put himself in front of the camera, and in my opinion didn't deserve the ridicule. It's hard enough being my press officer at the best of times, and i don't think anyone would appreciate their friend or business associate being called "madam" by someone who had never met them. it's plain rude. i wonder if maybe there is some other agenda in the guardian blog office regarding myself, as it seems the things i have read there always tend to be quite negative? Well anyway , i hope we can put this all behind us and that you can move on to writing something else that makes other people feel stupid , and you feel more clever.
p.s i wish you had called me earlier , I would have quoted Upon Westminster Bridge (maybe the most popular of Wordsworths poems,but arguably the best) down the phone at you word for word. it was the first poem i recited at school and has always stuck with me. It was, in fact the inspiration behind my song LDN . I have never been a massive fan of Bennett though.
Maybe get a better press officer? The one you have clearly doesn't know how to do tongue-in-cheek. The article wasn't meant to make anyone feel clever; it made one person who was being stupid, look stupid.