Jimmy Savile - My Spoof Diary

This is the spoof journal of Jimmy Savile. It is purely a parody of what we imagine a diary made by Jimmy Savile would be like and hope you find the fake diary as funny.

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September 2012


Monday 10 September 1212

I was amazed when I read this about me on the web: Sir Jimmy Savile was a super-human from Yorkshire, England. He was known for his immense powe...

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Sunday 09 September 1212

My famous gold track suit in the auction was successfully bid for by Leeds fundraiser Stuart Levin and will once again be put under the hammer. Mr...

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Saturday 08 September 1212

How about this then - in the Star: Sir Jimmy Savile's favourite home is being sold at a knockdown price - because it is stuck in a 1970s ti...

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Friday 07 September 1212

I was a Bevin Boy, conscripted during World War II to work as a coal miner at South Kirkby Colliery, West Yorkshire, England. I suffered serious sp...

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Thursday 06 September 1212

I see that a DJ Daniel has bought lot 1 from the auction of my things left behind. (Well I couldn't take them with me). He bought among other stuff...

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Wednesday 05 September 1212

Found this letter sent in, in response to the claims made about me: I most certainly have not come out categorically and pronounced on the matter o...

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Tuesday 04 September 1212

Continuing me life story for you all today: I was a paid consultant to travel agent Thomas Cook and charged a minimum of £10,000 for personal appea...

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Monday 03 September 1212

How's this for a headline: Jimmy Savile medals at Surrey Heath Museum: When the Friends of Surrey Heath Museum discovered the celebrity philanthrop...

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