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Old 02-03-2013, 16:34
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I've just looked, and the apology isn't there? Although the link to what she apologised for is still there?

How strange
I can't see it either.
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Old 02-03-2013, 16:46
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Well, i must have blinked and missed her apology, as it has been deleted!

I wish that woman would just grow up!

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@IAMKELLYBROOK I'm really sorry for what I've done you know I think your a natural beautiful girl we go back a long way so I'm sorry xx

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Copied from KP's Twitter a couple of minutes ago. So yes it's still there.

Oh dear, the Daily Mail are going to look rather foolish now, seeing as they have just changed their headline on this story.....

"I'm sorry for what I've done': Katie Price apologises to Kelly Brook over topless picture... but quickly changes her mind and deletes post"
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Old 02-03-2013, 16:49
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It's definitely still there. Will need to click on 'View more tweets' to see it as she's posted since then.
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Old 02-03-2013, 16:51
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It's definitely still there. Will need to click on 'View more tweets' to see it as she's posted since then.
Ah, it IS there. I clicked 'All' tweets, and there it was
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Old 02-03-2013, 16:51
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You need to click "all" to see replies on Twitter otherwise all you get is what they've addressed to everyone.

EDIT: See you've done that already..
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Old 02-03-2013, 16:54
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It's definitely still there. Will need to click on 'View more tweets' to see it as she's posted since then.
Or if viewing Twitter on your PC and looking at someone who has their account verified, you need to select ALL at the top of their timeline.

Ooops......sorry just seen the rest of your replies.
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Old 02-03-2013, 16:58
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I can see it now. Some of the replies are choice especially from Ian Hyland.
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:00
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Hmmmm......just wondering where the Daily Mail got their information from re: the supposedly deleted tweet
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:04
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Hmmmm......just wondering where the Daily Mail got their information from re: the supposedly deleted tweet
Stevie Wonder?
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:10
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I need to join twitter I think.
I'd say maybe the backlash has made her see sense,but we all know it won't. She'll carry on in her misogynist way .
It must be killing KP watching Danny step out in public with KB when she (KP) was relegated to doing the early morning walk of shame only.Him dropping her like a brick when the story broke was indicative of his feelings/lack of feelings for her & embarrassment at even going there.
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:19
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I need to join twitter I think.
I'd say maybe the backlash has made her see sense,but we all know it won't. She'll carry on in her misogynist way .
It must be killing KP watching Danny step out in public with KB when she (KP) was relegated to doing the early morning walk of shame only.Him dropping her like a brick when the story broke was indicative of his feelings/lack of feelings for her & embarrassment at even going there.
Yes, perhaps you should join Twitter, if you haven't already .

Just think.....KP might interact with you, and possibly clear up some of your claims.
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:28
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She must know this has backfired, so she is apologising like mad... Maybe she wants to appear on Celebrity Juice.
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:57
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She must know this has backfired, so she is apologising like mad... Maybe she wants to appear on Celebrity Juice.
At the risk of seeming like I am bandwagon jumping, I think she is desperate to get on anything nowadays - her phone is hardly ringing off the hook with offers.
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Old 02-03-2013, 17:59
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Perhaps, if it's allowed, as the other thread has been locked, I would like to put this link up to to clarify a certain terminology that still seems to confuse certain folks.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/ap...entity.fashion

"Molly has many meanings in the UK. In the north-east it is used to insult those who were once called "square". In south London I have heard it join a litany of other words used to abuse and intimidate gay men."

"However, Jordan was right when she claimed that her use of the word was specific to Brighton"

"The girls who called other girls mollies were the cool kids. The mollies always wore tweedy old knickers and your great-granny's stuff." The root of the word is, apparently, "mollycoddled".

But, my favourite quote I think is:-

" We should be thankful to Jordan (who I have interviewed twice) for keeping ancient east Sussex dialect alive. Her other favourite word is "doughnut", which, in the context she uses it, refers to anyone more stupid than her. Thus, when she is not accompanied by Peter Andre, it is almost never employed."

So yes, an insult. But a general insult, not one specific to disabled kids/adults.
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:04
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How long before they realise their boob though .....
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:12
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Perhaps, if it's allowed, as the other thread has been locked, I would like to put this link up to to clarify a certain terminology that still seems to confuse certain folks.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/ap...entity.fashion

"Molly has many meanings in the UK. In the north-east it is used to insult those who were once called "square". In south London I have heard it join a litany of other words used to abuse and intimidate gay men."

"However, Jordan was right when she claimed that her use of the word was specific to Brighton"

"The girls who called other girls mollies were the cool kids. The mollies always wore tweedy old knickers and your great-granny's stuff." The root of the word is, apparently, "mollycoddled".

But, my favourite quote I think is:-

" We should be thankful to Jordan (who I have interviewed twice) for keeping ancient east Sussex dialect alive. Her other favourite word is "doughnut", which, in the context she uses it, refers to anyone more stupid than her. Thus, when she is not accompanied by Peter Andre, it is almost never employed."

So yes, an insult. But a general insult, not one specific to disabled kids/adults.
Classic
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:19
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Good......innit
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:25
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Perhaps, if it's allowed, as the other thread has been locked, I would like to put this link up to to clarify a certain terminology that still seems to confuse certain folks.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/ap...entity.fashion

"Molly has many meanings in the UK. In the north-east it is used to insult those who were once called "square". In south London I have heard it join a litany of other words used to abuse and intimidate gay men."

"However, Jordan was right when she claimed that her use of the word was specific to Brighton"

"The girls who called other girls mollies were the cool kids. The mollies always wore tweedy old knickers and your great-granny's stuff." The root of the word is, apparently, "mollycoddled".

But, my favourite quote I think is:-

" We should be thankful to Jordan (who I have interviewed twice) for keeping ancient east Sussex dialect alive. Her other favourite word is "doughnut", which, in the context she uses it, refers to anyone more stupid than her. Thus, when she is not accompanied by Peter Andre, it is almost never employed."

So yes, an insult. But a general insult, not one specific to disabled kids/adults.

Second favourite quote
"Jordan,she of the comedy breasts and even more humorous husband..."
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:29
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Second favourite quote
"Jordan,she of the comedy breasts and even more humorous husband..."
Obviously met old Petey then
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:30
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Second favourite quote
"Jordan,she of the comedy breasts and even more humorous husband..."
Which husband or is there very little to choose between them all?
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:31
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Perhaps, if it's allowed, as the other thread has been locked, I would like to put this link up to to clarify a certain terminology that still seems to confuse certain folks.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/ap...entity.fashion

"Molly has many meanings in the UK. In the north-east it is used to insult those who were once called "square". In south London I have heard it join a litany of other words used to abuse and intimidate gay men."

"However, Jordan was right when she claimed that her use of the word was specific to Brighton"

"The girls who called other girls mollies were the cool kids. The mollies always wore tweedy old knickers and your great-granny's stuff." The root of the word is, apparently, "mollycoddled".

But, my favourite quote I think is:-

" We should be thankful to Jordan (who I have interviewed twice) for keeping ancient east Sussex dialect alive. Her other favourite word is "doughnut", which, in the context she uses it, refers to anyone more stupid than her. Thus, when she is not accompanied by Peter Andre, it is almost never employed."

So yes, an insult. But a general insult, not one specific to disabled kids/adults.
Thanks for that, and the 'Molly' context. I did think that was blown out of proportion at the time.
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:32
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Which husband or is there very little to choose between them all?
Take a wild guess?
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:42
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Well, really, people only seem interested in one of her exes.

Amazing how a thread supposed to be about Pwicey being nasty about another woman, has been turned into one about her interesting ex. Nothing whatsoever to do with him.
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Old 02-03-2013, 19:07
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Thanks for that, and the 'Molly' context. I did think that was blown out of proportion at the time.
You're welcome, and yes, it definitely was blown out of all proportion at the time by certain people.
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Old 02-03-2013, 19:12
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Found one of my own posts on the Molly thread and it still sums up a lot of what I think about KP threads in general

I agree Lexi. I think she was out of order but it's just her being a shallow cow rather than being the devil.

I'm finding both arguements here a little odd. She was wrong, yes, but some of the reactions are so OTT it ain't funny. But, then again, I can't see how people can't see she was out of order here. Even her most enthusiastic fans must be able to see she should have STFU on this one. I'm struggling with the 'oh, that's what she's like, what a hoot she is' defense as much as I'm struggling with the 'burn the witch' side of the coin.
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