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( published 16th May 2002 )
www.alexandrino.com


Hi All,

Given the fact I am organising my own little World Cup competition, I shouldn't complain too much. But what I saw yesterday was simply hilarious, and is becoming ridiculous. Next to an "Evening Standard" stand a large advert for yesterday's paper: "BECKHAM RUNS...FIRST PICTURE".

Waaaaaoww...wait wait wait, I need to meditate about the importance of the news! Silence ..Silence ...Silence... I wonder...no stop too early ...silence ...silence...I wonder how many people rushed to their newspaper stand to admire THE picture of the day. Who cares about the Sun's page 3 and its naked girl anymore?? Beckham's foot is the sexiest thing in the world today. I can see all these commuting City fans arriving home yesterday and swapping their suits for an "ENGERLURND" T-shirt, grab a beer out of the fridge, and watch the picture in the paper again and again, until tears run down their cheeks.

Ooooohh Englishman, you are such a moving animal! And I'm afraid to go out and buy my paper today.

Have a nice day
Alex


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IN A LONDON DEPARTMENT STORE: Bargain Basement Upstairs

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