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Coleen Mcloughlin - Welcome to My World. - (Book)


Please excuse my extended absence from the reviews section, on a trip back from the far east I was caught by UK customs smuggling fake Prada shoes up my anus. After an stay at her majesty's pleasure (they had run out of prison space so I was staying in one of the wings of Kensington Palace which has been converted into a temporary prison to deal with the prison overcrowding) my solictor managed to get me off on appeal after I had explained that I had simply fallen on a pile of fake Prada shoes whilst on a secret government mission to free captured Western child labour slaves in the far east. 13 pairs had become lodged in my lower colon.

Anyway on with the review...

Coleen McLoughlin - Welcome to My World. This book is shit. If her or any of the other so called "WAGS" were so great at football they would have been picked for the starting line up in Germany last year. As it goes, all they did was shop and get drunk. No wonder Sven didn't pick any of them for the squad.

Rating: 0/5
By Mr Ic Van Dyke


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