Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Sue Wilkinson - You've Got To Be A Hustler If You Want To Get On.

I do enjoy listening to songs that tell a story. This song is all about slutty Sally from number four. It reached number 25 in 1980. Look at the size of Sue's barnet! I do limit myself from listening to novelty songs, as I fear they could lead to mental health problems.



Men will always crave a cunning flirt

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    1. Strumpet! I think Mr Peenee you've been watching too much Downton Abbey. The song was originally called Scrubber but the BBC told her to tone it down and rightly so.

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  2. Oh good god! I'd forgotten all about this one. All that hair.You could roll around in it all day and no none would see you. Men will always crave a cunning flirt...or a cunning stunt. Either or.XX

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    1. Bill Oddie is in there somewhere looking for the lesser spotted woodpecker thats feasting on her nits.

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  3. Is this what Julien Clary based his act on? Shades of Kenny's "Cupid Stunt"... It's all done in the best possible taste...

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    1. he based his act on the Joan Collins Fan Club until she complained, you thought she would be grateful for the exposure. Ungrateful cow.

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  4. Ha, I haven't heard that in years! She's right though - chastity and virtue never brought a woman fame. And I want her hair.
    I don't wish to compromise your psychological equilibrium, Miss Mitzi, but just have a quick blast of Meri Wilson's Telephone Man. You know you want to. Follow it up with Charlene's I've Never Been to Me, to calm yourself down.
    You're welcome. xxxxx

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    1. My mother had the Meri Wilson's Telephone man single on vinyl, stored in one of these along with some horrors. It's a shame both Sue and Meri are both dead they could have done a duet together. I bought Charlene's single for 59p on itunes. Bargain!

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  5. Is this your theme tune, Mitzi?

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    1. Yes, along with 'Yakety Sax' it's uncanny!

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