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28 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

She is, but wow she’s irritating to listen to. Last nights programme was my first ever run in with her in any medium, and I couldn’t stand it.

Yeah, felt the same. Good looking woman but not a good presenter and a bad cockney accent which is weird as she grew up in Bristol. She was out of her depth any time the show want off the autocue script.

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I look at photos of her and my inner voice has a right go at me for not being overly enamoured with her. She’s obviously attractive, like a nice rose garden. I don’t want to have sex with a rose garden either though. 

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On 12/06/2021 at 10:49, YorkshireRed said:

I look at photos of her and my inner voice has a right go at me for not being overly enamoured with her. She’s obviously attractive, like a nice rose garden. I don’t want to have sex with a rose garden either though. 

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