Yet for the past 44 years, one lady of the female assortment — not wishing to say anything terrible about those ladies that aren’t female, but Mrs Thatcher, clearly — has stood right by what’s more, in certainty next to me, that’s my dear spouse Paul

Yet for the past 44 years, one lady of the female assortment — not wishing to say anything terrible about those ladies that aren’t female, but Mrs Thatcher, clearly — has stood right by what’s more, in certainty next to me, that’s my dear spouse Pauline, who is a mother, what’s more, our youngsters David what’s more, John (only I call him Other John, so I don’t get befuddled with myself)
My Pauline is as steadfast as the day is short, what’s more, that’s as it ought to be since that’s what loyalty’s all about What’s more, for numerous years, as the record will show, I was steadfast to her
But at that point I made a awful mistake, well, a few appalling mistakes, as it were they didn’t appear like mistakes, they appeared like the finest rumpy and, very honestly, pumpy I’ve ever known
The girl was my private secretion, Tracey Temple We came over one another at the Christmas party what’s more, I picked her up to see what she was made of what’s more, just to check regardless of whether she was wearing stockings, on account of wellbeing what’s more, safety
To cut a short story long, me what’s more, Follow went back
to my £2 million, taste-and-flavour loft at Office of the chief naval officer Curve what’s more, begun having a enthusiastic affair It wasn’t just a few unpleasant Tory-style bunk-up It was appropriate romancifying in a assortment of wonderful settings, counting my 200-acre bequest at Dorneywood, all of which I overlooked to reward any councilar tax collection upon
Now the story of my cherish for Tracey, which was an mistake I much lament what’s more, finished two a long time back for all intents and purposes some time recently it had begun, is all over the Tory press following very potentially an underhanded Tory spill from, er, Tony Blair’s office
Pauline’s heartbroken Tracey’s furious Her ex-boyfriend has as of now gone to the papers what’s more, Max Clifford has had to enlist a new telephonist to adapt with all the calls from other appalling blunders I may have made in the past, for which of course I am making a strenuous dissent in due course as what’s more, at the point when it applies
Dear Deidre, what can I do?”
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