The Sun Also Rises.
"Those Poor Sods" said the 'The Scottish Sun?'
purchaser to the newsagent. 'Poor Sods'. Asked for elucidation by the 'Daily Record' just behind me in the queue he jerked his head in the general direction of South Street: 'Yon Poor Sods. The English. What a something clobbering from the something weather. Normally I have not much time for the something English,but Poor something Sods' Daily Record had a peek at Page 3 of the Scottish Sun as the speaker headed door wards;' She's something English' he commented'. Doesn't seem to be something suffering' .Yer man stopped in his tracks, turning Page 3 towards him.
'Mon, you're right' Certainly those aren't something
Sometimes I feel the Grudian is incomplete in its coverage. Rather like the page 3 models in its sisterly publication)
(The image is an example of the Suns penetrating political analysis)
Labels: Grudian, The Sun