Written by Lady Godiva
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Topics: Susan Boyle

Sunday, 12 December 2010

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New on the menu at The Priory Clinic

Staff and 'residents' at The Priory Clinic were taken by surprise and caught off guard when more than three dozen Susan Boyle fanatics and five 'flat Susans' (full-sized cardboard pictures of Subo) were admitted to the clinic three days ago.

It was soon made obvious to all, the fanatics were taking over.

They placed four flat Susans in the foyer and placed one behind the Admin. desk, dressed in white coats and red scarves.

Fanatics then forced staff and residents to wear red plastic scarves and pipe ONLY Susan Boyles CDs through the music station - to be heard in every noon and cranny of the clinic.

The kitchen was not overlooked. Fanatics rushed around frantically throwing out all food and beverages, ordering more over the phone from local shops.

The menu was drastically altered to show the availability of 'fish n chips' 'haggis' 'mushy peas' 'Irn Bru' and 'sparkly lemonade'.

Beds were stripped and bedding replaced with a variety of tartans, sheets, pillow cases etc. flown in from The Highlands.

Stray cats were collected, dyed black and white and named Pebbles, for the amusement of the fanatics.

It's not yet known how long the fanatics will be staying at The Priory but Susan has been sent a special invitation to visit.

More as it comes in.

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