February 7th, 2012


6 Comments

  1. 1
    mike smith says:

    Touche!

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  2. 2
    Dolly Parton says:

    Can you imagine Morgan in a Walker’s Crisps advertisement? He’d bring the child to tears and fuck off, leaving the crisps.

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  3. 3
    Sir Pimple Timpleton says:

    Isn’t he the most boring person on any media? I really don’t know how he gets the gigs.

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  4. 4
    V says:

    I was going to post a much longer comment here explaining why, but much like the audience on CNN, i cant really be bothered.

    In short, Piers Morgan is really just a small kids plastic tool desperate for fame and personal recognition to make up for the lack of self worth he feels when he catches his reflection in a puddle of his secret tears. You just know that he swallows sadness every morn with his Special K as he looks at his viewing figures.

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    sockpuppet #4 says:

    He should have just said:”I’m married to a lingerie model”

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  6. 6
    z says:

    “I currently air in 200 countries/territories – how you getting on?”

    Yeah and 99% of the people in those 200 countries think you are a Cnut.

    Doh, outsmarted by an ex footballer…

    Z.

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