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Who'da thunk it?
Really shitty thing to do to somebody. You could ask that question of the majority of people under 40 and get put in touch with someone.
I was thinking the other day whether I would able to score drugs on demand and I wouldn't know why.
If you wouldn't know anyone you could ask if you urgently needed some cocaine to secure a massive film deal, I'd say you're definitely in the minority, though. I've taken it once (nearly ten years ago) and I still reckon I know ten people who could get me some at the drop of a hat. Failing that, just go to a rave/dodgy nightclub and you'll have someone offering you some within ten minutes. It's everywhere.
would be better. as in: she gets to kick his bracket in.
Mahzer Mahmood's shoddy tactics and 'investigative journalism' have been the only thing that the Sun has been able to use to claim that it's a responsible newspaper, when in reality it amounts to little more than entrapment.
unless I worked in the oil industry. Surprised anyone still falls for it
trust me. you have to know what you're looking for. and bizarrely that's often an adidas tracksuit and a sainsbury's plastic bag.
Blatant entrapment, they said they were casting her in a film, took her to Vegas in a swanky hotel, paid for some posh dinner and basically said "couldn't get us some coke could you?". Then her giving someone else's number lands her in court? Fuck off. If she came up to him and offered it then maybe, but this was such a setup.Did this fake sheikh guy even get any shit for trying to procure drugs?
I always thought that Mike GLC was someone called Mike from Goldie Lookin Chain by the way. Really isn't.
the botox face and duck lips look. It never looks good, ever.
Part of the continued narrative of demonizing the working class by the right wing media but oh well and at least one of the biggest peddlers of this shite entrapment style shoddy 'investigative' journalism is being held to account.