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First Birds Of Summer

by | 13th, March 2007

knitting.jpgPHWOARR! Wot a scorcher!

The Star salutes the arrival of British summertime in traditional fashion. “COR PHEW!” announces the front-page headline. “It’s hotter here than Greece.”

Who says global warming is a bad thing? Not the Star, which shows that summertime heralds the arrival of Big Brother babe Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace popping to the shops in her knickers.

Inside the paper and Aisleyne’s beating the traffic on a jetski. “BOTTER THAN GREECE,” says the Star as Aisleyne moons the sun.

But there is trickery afoot. Aisleyne is not in Bridlington. She is in Spain.

Back in Blighty, the view is less sizzling. The Star looks and it looks but sun-worshippers on Brighton beach are too hot to be bothered to remove their clothes.

The same picture appears in the Express. And however hard we look there is no hint of a babe frolicking in the surf.

But in case any would-be stunna is thinking of disrobing and so catching the eye of a passing snapper, the Express brings a warning: snow is forecast.

“Weather expert” Michael Dukes says the winter has not yet passed, “so it’s not quite time to put away the winter woollies yet.”

But why not compromise, girls? Why not knit yourself a bikini and be prepared for every eventuality? Or ask your grandma to do it for you…

Posted: 13th, March 2007 | In: Tabloids Comment | TrackBack | Permalink