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Topics: Amy Winehouse

Thursday, 24 December 2009

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New York City: Amy Winehouse was talking to her friend Reggie recently, he reported, about the fact that she might easily catch a dreaded disease, because of some bits of conversation she had overheard at a nearby table when Reggie was getting them some drinks.

"I told her that a few of my friends had had it."

"You mean by my extra-curricular activities? I bet you didn't know I could say that, did you? I looked it up and use it every chance I get."

"What about my extra-curric..cur..what I just said? I ain't itching or nothing."

Amy became interested in the newspaper that Reggie had been reading as it was still lying on the table when she came over and joined him.

Reggie said that he then picked up the newspaper and told her that it was all over the newspapers.

"Do you mean to tell me that newspaper can give me a dreaded disease? Move it! MOVE IT!!"

"Not the newspaper, Amy, what the story is about on the front page."

She then asked him to tear off the front page.

He waited until she had read the article.

"So I could get this h1Bingo stuff?"

"What do you think?"

"Let's see...Swine, that means hogs and hogs are nasty. You mean we get it, we'll be playing in our own shit? Says here it can fly. Reg...don't just sit there, go get us some drugs for this. Get some boards for the windows and doors! Duct tape! Lots of duct tape! AND SEVERAL CASES OF BOOZE!"

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