A good girl gone bad
Can I just be terribly unfashionable and say that I really don’t want to hear/read this sort of stuff.
Is there really any need to broadcast the personal lives of others, apart from those who need to gloat over others misfortune or whatever you want to call it. 😐
It’s nasty.Posted 4 years agokimbersSubscriber
like what i said about it on the other thread……..
I think its sad that casual coke use is seen as fine, Nigellas happy enough to admit it, then theres the george osbornes, kate moss, george michael, charlie sheens, everyone who works in the City and so on.
but theres a dissconect between high profile cokeheads
and the countries being fuct over by the drug trade
meanwhile in mexico
and google images has countless pictures more horrific than that
(fwiw ive done it in my younger years and yeah its great but Id not do it now)Posted 4 years agoscaredypantsSubscriber
I’d be surprised if she was “happy” to admit to it, but yeah, you’re right that people think it’s harmless fun – or rather they draw a distinction between supply-chain scum and blameless user
Then again, kids working (and dying in massive fires) in sweatshops doesn’t stop people buying cheapo stuff eitherPosted 4 years agotymbianMember
I just think it’s sad that the papers ( and this thread ) seems to want to discuss the whole coke thing ( very well engineered Saatchi diversion ) whilst the images of him grabbing her around the throat fade into oblivion. I’m sure he’s feeling very satisfied with himself..smug bast**d.Posted 4 years agoRichPennyMember
So they were married for about 10 years,and she was doing coke and weed nonstop,if it was such a problem,why did he put up with it for so long? or am I missing something?
Well, you’re missing the point that she claimed to have done coke once while they were married, plus a bit of cannabis for a year?
And obviously the fact that he’s accepted a caution for assaulting her.
I just think it’s sad that this is being played out in public.Posted 4 years agoMoreCashThanDashSubscriber
And how the hell has this stayed on the Bike forum all afternoon, eh? That’s the real scandal here!
fwiw, I believe that the drugs themselves don’t cause society that many problems, it’s the criminalisation of them and all it’s knock on effects that are the real crisis.Posted 4 years ago
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