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I bet that Mackem slut takes him for an arm and a leg.

 

She's knew all along what she was doing, 5 years shagging one of the most famous old scrotes in the world for 200 million is a small price to pay i reckon.

 

She's had a ticket to ride alright :lol:

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She offered to sign a pre nump. agreement though and he said no.

 

Ugly bastard he is though.  :lol:

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The most crafty ones do.

 

Refuse and he'll think something's up.

 

As long as you knock out a sprog, you're laughing.

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Sir Paul McCartney angrily denied tonight that his estranged wife was a gold-digger only hours after announcing a separation that could leave her one of Britain's richest women.

 

Sir Paul and Lady McCartney - the former model Heather Mills - confirmed their split after four years of marriage in a statement that blamed "constant intrusion" into their private lives for ruining their relationship.

 

The split paves the way for what could be Britain's biggest divorce settlement. The former Beatle famously refused to sign a pre-nuptial agreement before the couple's wedding in 2002 but legal experts said the separation could easily end up costing him £200 million, or a quarter of his fortune.

 

In a message posted on his website this afternoon, Sir Paul rejected suggestions that Lady McCartney had married him "for the money" and pointed out that she had spent her life campaigning for charity without earning a penny.

 

"I’m really disappointed that during a very difficult and emotional time for both Heather and myself there are certain people in the media who are writing things about Heather that are just plain untrue," he said.

 

"It’s been suggested that she married me for the money and there is not an ounce of truth in this. She is a very generous person who spends most of her time trying to help others in greater need than herself.

 

"All the work she does is unpaid so these stories are ridiculous and completely unfounded."

 

Let's see if she donates it all to those charities close to her heart then.

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Ironic, the words of one the Beatles songs, isn't it??

 

"will you still love me, when I'm 64?"

 

evidently not Paul! :lol:

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can't be arsed to think of a pun involving a Beatles track...

 

erm...

 

you think he needs Help?...

 

 

nah that's shit.. carry on, nothing to see

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P.S. I can't shake the image of an oompa loompa delivering the following line, then winking and nudging my kneecap with his elbow..

 

She's had a ticket to ride alright :lol:

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Paul Mcartney love poem

 

 

 

We sat upon the river bank

My hands were all a quiver

I loosened her suspender belt

And her leg fell in the river.

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Paul Mcartney love poem

 

 

 

We sat upon the river bank

My hands were all a quiver

I loosened her suspender belt

And her leg fell in the river.

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:lol:

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"When I get older, losing my wife

A couple of weeks from now

She won't be sending me a valentine

Just legal papers for me to sign

 

I could be happy puffing a spliff

When you're finally gone

You can tell the papers all about 'your side'

Four short years as my blushing bride

 

Doing the talk shows dishing the dirt

You'll still be a bore

You will still need me

You will still bleed me

When I'm sixty-four

 

Send me a postcard

Drop me a line

When you're gone from view

Indicate precisely what your talents are

That contrive to make you a star

 

You were too jealous

I was too kind

But I'm blind no more

My fans will still need me

My fans will still greet me

When I'm sixty-four."

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