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Wednesday, 17 November 2010

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Eat Meat. If You Don't, You'll End Up Like Gillian McKeth. A Bit Mad. Like A Mad Cow.

Skoob Entertainment News is reluctant to cover the latest Ant n Dec fuelled jungle fiasco, but we've kind of been lured back into the fold after the utter fuckwittedness of TV dietician and 'You Are What You Eat' star Gillian McKeith.

It seems pretty clear that there isn't much space for a vegan in the jungle on a show based on eating the cocks, bollocks and arseholes of various animal species.

Either that, or having thousands of bugs dumped all over you. As is the norm in this mind numbingly dull televisual non-experience.

Buffty Ginslinger's opinion is that Gillian McKeith should be left in the jungle forever, on the grounds that there is no substitute for crass stupidity.

"I saw the VT," Buffty explained. "And I saw the silly vegan witch sit there while Shaun Ryder ate all the crap that they threw at him. I also saw Stacey's eyes go a bit wild when Gillian went back to camp, and I swear she wanted to hit her."

We can't vouch for that, but several SEN staffers did indicate that they wouldn't mind karate chopping Gillian McKeith across the throat.

Because she's really fucking irritating.

On the plus side, she's the best advert we've ever seen for eating meat.

Because if you don't - you'll end up like her.

A tick neck.

More as we get it.

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