Written by Lady Godiva
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Topics: Susan Boyle

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

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A kiss for Callum

It's true. Susan Boyle has been offered free computer lessons by a young man in Scotland. His name is Callum and he is a computer 'geek' whose mother is a Subo fan, but not a member of the Red Scarf Brigade.

She is also a writer for this GREAT newspaper.

Callum is offering free lessons to Susan and she is considering his offer. All he has asked for in exchange is a free copy of her next CD and free tickets from himself and 6 of his colleagues, to her next concert in Scotland.

Apparently, he has been following Subo's every move, not by choice, but he does love his mam so much that he hasn't the heart to tell her to keep her obsession to herself.

It's reported that he reads The Spoof regularly and is in awe of a number of writers, including 'Nae Mair Crap' and 'Lady Godiva'. However he does think Lady D. has a screw or two loose. He's not far from the mark there.

I (being Lady G.) must admit to being on medications and having spent time in Mental Health Institutions, for research purposes only you understand.

Susan is said to be looking forward to her computer lessons and hopes to be writing for The Spoof herself in the not too distant future. Naturally she will be writing under a pen name.

I would like to thank Callum for his continued support of The Spoof and its amazing writers.

Maybe one day, he'll be inspired to join us.

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