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Posted by JennyDarling Long Gone (U250754) on Friday, 5th October 2012
This is the tale of a stately pile
which, hurrah! in a little while
will fall to the ground for lack of cash
and cause the Pargetters to crash
like Nigel did ( I won't say Aghhhhhhh!
because there's too many by far)
In lofty splendour Lizzie lives
with snooty Lily and Freddy, who gives
his all when riding (grip with your knees!
and give old Topper a healthy squeeze!)
well we all know what happened there
poor Freddy made his mum go spare.
Cosseted in bed for days
and ruined by the family's gaze
upon his languor, one good thing
Our Lizzie and her brother fling
away their ire and reunite
and no more they intend to fight.
Hard times befall this lofty pile
and belts pull in for a lengthy while.
No more lattes, or fancy bikkies
no more Freddy pulling sickies
Off to the Comp for those young two
and Lizzie, well in the stew.
Do we care? well, no, not I
nor many here will weep and cry
but cheer, prepare a wicker end
for Lizzie, kids, all round the bend.
Posted by Vicky S (U2258400) on Friday, 5th October 2012
Perfect Jenny. Can't wait to see LoLo repossessed by the bank and turned into yuppie apartments or a country spa.
Posted by Nelson_G (U13801071) on Sunday, 7th October 2012
(can everyone stop being mean about the future Mrs _G)
Posted by Vicky S (U2258400) on Sunday, 7th October 2012
(can everyone stop being mean about the future Mrs _G) Good Grief Nelson. The child's not 14 yet.
Posted by Nelson_G (U13801071) on Monday, 8th October 2012
I refer of course to the lovely Lizzy.
All this talk of Duncan Simpson has spurred me on. Lizzy and a management consultant? I shudder at the very thought.
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