An Edinburgh man is recovering his composure after an episode of pure farce. A great fan of thespoof and Twitter he was amazed to find Tweets this morning about spoofs his mother had written.
"I didn't realise what I was doing when I taught mum the basic IT skills she would need to go online. Now, I'm reading Tweets about her spoofs. Thank goodness we are quiet here for Easter.We can't work for laughing at these Susan Boyle fans." he said.
"Obviously some other nutters with nothing to do have picked up this spoof and Tweeted. I know that I'm obsessed but what do I make of people Tweeting about spoofs? We must all be boring bastards!"
"I'm glad my kids won't see this, my mum would be put in a care home if they did."
Asked about his colleagues reactions he smiled broadly and quipped, "They know mum, they know she's a lost cause so they humour her. They say, but she's so quiet, how did this happen? And don't ask dad , he's hiding in the garden all day, hasn't had a clean shirt all week."
" Blame Susan Boyle for that. All those women of all ages have taken over the Internet. When do they do the housework or cook?"
"By the way, Happy Birthday Susan, she's just done a concert in Japan you know and the whole audience sang Happy Birthday. Sticking out Susan. Remember you are Scottish, always will be. You might be a Raving Loonie at times but so what you are £6 million richer. Now, that's so cool."
"Now mum wants an iPad" he grimaced.