February 7th, 2013

Don’t Menshn the Ongoing Police Investigation

At last the inevitable has happened: Menshn is finally shutting down. After Louise revealed her intentions to close the business, “jailbait action”-loving Luke Bozier has admitted: “Louise and I no longer have anything resembling a working relationship”. Today’s talk on topic: goodbye…


5 Comments

  1. 1
    Vince Cable's rucksack says:

    Quite right, too.

  2. 2
    JH2982304872038 says:

    Did you hear that? A huge collective sigh of relief from Twitter as their biggest rival is closed down.

    I saw Mr Bozier’s web page when it had been hacked, and it looked a little hard on him.

    Geddit!?

  3. 3
    Lilly the Pink says:

    Bozo’s

  4. 4
    Luke says:

    MODBOT piece of shit

  5. 5
    Jess The Dog says:

    Will the ego queen be back on Twitter? Noooooooopp!


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