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Old 10-06-2013, 21:35
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That pic was taken when she was doing "POOR ME" and loads of old ladies sent her a fiver. Or more.
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Old 11-06-2013, 13:25
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Awww, poor her
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Old 11-06-2013, 14:45
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She is now declaring she doesn't want to live but doesn't want to get help. What a despicable and dangerous route she is venturing if this is to be her next attention seeking theme.
If this vile old hag does go down this route I will seethe. Until recently, Liz Jones' existence has been made at least bearable due to how mock-worthy she is. This thread alone has been very cathartic reading when in need of a dose of reality after skimming yet another Dreary entry but if LJ does go down this disgusting route she is hinting at then nothing will make me any less upset at her or the Mail.

Horrible, sick in head trolls that whole sorry empire is. They aren't even amusing anymore, if they ever were.
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Old 13-06-2013, 10:21
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*rushes in from twitter*

Hi all

Long time lurker on this thread and just wanted to let you know that something disturbing has popped up on twitter...

Yes - it is @LizJonesBook !!
3 entries so far - all of the usual "woe is me..."
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Old 13-06-2013, 11:39
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When you read Liz Jones column through this filter, you realise that she is real flava fo' shue'.

http://www.gizoogle.net/index.php?se...le+Dis+Shiznit #
god that threw me for a minute
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Old 13-06-2013, 18:48
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Brace, brace... exerpts from the next pot-boiler are due to be in the Scottish Mail on Sunday (I presume they have stronger stomachs). They promise her 'untold story'. I will give 10 to charity for every 'new' thing revealed. Sadly (for the charities concerned) we can be confident that it will be the same old bilge warmed over and served with a big dose of poor meeeeee!
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Old 16-06-2013, 04:07
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I love their confidence but I didn't even manage to get through the newspaper article about it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/...ants-read.html
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Old 16-06-2013, 10:37
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Reading the comments on DM page - not many people bothered to read it either - including me.
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Old 16-06-2013, 10:58
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So only read a bit of her "memoir" (doesn't all she have to do is staple together her weekly column drivel and call it a "memoir"?)

So basically she was a moany, aggressive bitch of a child who wanted expensive things that her poor parent's couldn't afford (I WANTED A PONY!!! WHY DIDN'T GET A PONY??"), was angry all the time and was ashamed to be poor. (Makes me wonder if she is a good example for "nature" (born a moody ungrateful cow) rather than "nuture" as her parents sounded lovely but poor).

Also, anyone STUPID enough to let a sheepdog off the lead deserves to possibly die alone on the moor. And yes Liz, we wouldn't have come to your funeral.
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Old 16-06-2013, 13:18
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If she does a book signing tour I am seriously considering turning up and asking awkward questions about the Rock Star. I shall be accompanied by 'feral children' and immigrants.
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Old 16-06-2013, 16:30
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So only read a bit of her "memoir" (doesn't all she have to do is staple together her weekly column drivel and call it a "memoir"?)

So basically she was a moany, aggressive bitch of a child who wanted expensive things that her poor parent's couldn't afford (I WANTED A PONY!!! WHY DIDN'T GET A PONY??"), was angry all the time and was ashamed to be poor. (Makes me wonder if she is a good example for "nature" (born a moody ungrateful cow) rather than "nuture" as her parents sounded lovely but poor).

Also, anyone STUPID enough to let a sheepdog off the lead deserves to possibly die alone on the moor. And yes Liz, we wouldn't have come to your funeral.
She has to be a troll, right? Anyone would know how badly and unlikeable they'd come across if they wrote even half of the drivel LJ writes, but LJ plays the oblivious innocent victim. She's either seriously mentally unwell, or is just another Fail puppet selling her soul for money. I think it's a bit of both.
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Old 16-06-2013, 16:47
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I think we can all look back and think of times we were ungrateful and whingy, the difference is that as we grow up, we mature and see our childhood in terms of what are parents sacrificed for us, what difficulties they were facing and we see the bigger picture. LJ seemingly has used her experiences as building bricks in the foundations of her 'victim' status. Would she be so keen to publish this whole sorry story had her Mum not got dementia?

As for her comments about modern Mums not making en effort in the appearance, she wants to see some of the mums at my son's school gate. They're not over the top, but they are well groomed, wear lovely clothes, and don't actually have feral children.
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Old 16-06-2013, 18:33
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I'm completely baffled by the whole concept of someone like Liz writing a memoir. Surely the whole point of a memoir is to tell people something they don't know about someone of interest: an actor, a politician, a musician or whatever, to appeal to readers who find their work interesting and feel curious to know what they're like as a person, what their life is like etc. Liz does nothing *but* talk about what she's like as a person and what her life is like. So what's the point of a memoir? If the first instalment is anything to go by, she's simply repeating stuff that she's already trotted out dozens of times anyway, so what's the point?
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Old 16-06-2013, 19:01
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I'm completely baffled by the whole concept of someone like Liz ... what's the point?
That's what I came here to say, Cathrin!
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Old 16-06-2013, 19:16
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When you read Liz Jones column through this filter, you realise that she is real flava fo' shue'.

http://www.gizoogle.net/index.php?se...le+Dis+Shiznit #
Superb
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Old 16-06-2013, 19:32
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Poor LJ,we need to cut her some slack.After all she was so deprived as a child she didn't even have a pony.
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Old 16-06-2013, 22:40
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Hallo all

Here I am minding me own business and drinking lots of vino (as you do) on a post birthday hol with my darling hubby. On skimming through the papers I alighted on this week's Dreary and out jumped the word W-e-n-s-l-e-y-d-a-l-e!

Oh gawd - I hardly need to tell you where our idyllic holiday cottage is now do I? I'm afraid to venture out in case I bump into our demented heroine. I'm off to open another bottle ( or 2)!!!

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Old 16-06-2013, 22:46
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there have been three different versions of the "plastic pearls" saga - just go on the DM site and search for "Liz Jones plastic pearls" and you'll see what I mean. Lying old cow. And the boys who looked at her knickers at school I'm sure has been considerably embellished - it made me feel quite ill reading the latest version.
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Old 16-06-2013, 23:20
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We could do with Bellagio today; I counted about ten different recycled anecdotes in today's Mail (the plastic pearls story, the horrid petrol station men who didn't rush out to give her her credit card, the heartwrenching "I am so lucky" comment from her mum in response to the tulips, the Tupperware container of biscuits at the wedding....

Shall we all place bets on which familiar tales will pop up in next week's instalment? I'm guessing it will be wall-to-wall sniping at her sisters, being stood up on Milennium Eve, the ex-husband buying small earrings that "only" cost 300...Honestly, do you think there are people out there who just can't hear all these endlessly-rehashed anecdotes often enough and think "I simply MUST own a book containing all these stories that she's told a hundred times in her column?"

Oh, and to save everyone the trouble of reading the Diary, here it is in a nutshell: Took dog for walk. Dog ran away. Dog came back.
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Old 17-06-2013, 09:50
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Hallo all

Here I am minding me own business and drinking lots of vino (as you do) on a post birthday hol with my darling hubby. On skimming through the papers I alighted on this week's Dreary and out jumped the word W-e-n-s-l-e-y-d-a-l-e!

Oh gawd - I hardly need to tell you where our idyllic holiday cottage is now do I? I'm afraid to venture out in case I bump into our demented heroine. I'm off to open another bottle ( or 2)!!!

xxxx
Hope you aren't too hungover today and don't bump into LJ

She endlessly trots out the posed " I wanna be a model '" pictures ,but has anyone ever seen evidence of anorexia? Or of the giant boobs she claims to have had removed?.

Cathrin you are right ,we seem to be on the umpteenth version of many of her tales.They become increasingly far fetched every time,
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Old 23-06-2013, 20:23
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Whenever there is sympathy from the media/public towards somebody,good old LJ has to give us a list of reasons why her suffering is so much worse.

I am glad that she got a warm fuzzy feeling knowing that even women like Nigella can have abusive relationships,but Lizbot suffered REAL violence when she was cheated on .

I take it the rest of today's effort was another dig at her poor sister and nephew.
If I was LJ's sister I think I would be inclined to give her a swift kick in the shins myself.

On the bright side she is going for a meal with the unrecognisable yet internationally renowned cheating rock star.She has to make the booking herself ( via her p.a.) but prefers to be single as all men are abusive cheaters?
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Old 26-06-2013, 13:46
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I presume we're all stunned into bewildered and outraged silence by the Lizard's blistering farticle on Rihanna - you know, the one who 'invites rape' with her wardrobe choices (??)

ColdComfort - pleeease come back and take the foul taste out of our mouths with another of your lovely tales?
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Old 26-06-2013, 17:02
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Hi Fatsia, I thought I was left alone here,

Yes the Rhianna costumes invite rape comments were sick.
I wish Rhianna had not dignified her with a reply.

She has been trying to get Brick type notoriety for ages,hope this won't do it for her.
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Old 26-06-2013, 17:25
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there have been three different versions of the "plastic pearls" saga - just go on the DM site and search for "Liz Jones plastic pearls" and you'll see what I mean. Lying old cow. And the boys who looked at her knickers at school I'm sure has been considerably embellished - it made me feel quite ill reading the latest version.
Well if you will go around inviting sexual assault...

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Old 30-06-2013, 15:43
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In Which I Behave Really Horribly And Offputtingly Towards The FRS During Dinner, Yet Strangely This Seems Only To Inflame His Passion, Turning Him Into A Combination of Mr Darcy, Mr Rochester and Rhett Butler In The Final Paragraph.

The highlight surely has to be the RS's response to Liz's interaction with the waiter. "Go out with him, why don't you!" he snaps jealously, channelling a sulky insecure teenager on his first ever date. : rolleyes: Has this woman never actually heard an adult couple talking to each other?


As for the MoS article....she seriously doesn't think she can do this any more. Hmm.

ETA Since she's identified the restaurant where this encounter supposedly took place, hasn't she indirectly identified the chef who supposedly fancies her? Time for a response?
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