Fans Told to Seek Help For Amy Winehouse Addiction

Funny story written by politicalpop

Monday, 3 September 2007

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Cravings are good

Fans of the pint-sized Brit singer, Amy Winehouse, have been urged by do-gooders to seek medical help over their addiction to news about the star.

A chief medical practitioner: "There is a real danger that her fans are like addicts when it comes to searching out any tittle-tattle about Amy, and they are in abject denial."

We say fans of the jazzy beehive are naturally concerned. There is little risk that it could spiral out-of-control. So back off Mr. Chief Medical Practitioner, and let fans of the waif-like songstress indulge.

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What Amy's vomit would look like.

More of Amy's blood-stains.

Those scratches and bruises up close.

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