Amy Winehouse Joins Boris Johnson's "Ban the year 2013" campaign

Funny story written by Katarina Frogpond2

Sunday, 15 November 2009

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There will probably be many storms in 2013

Amy Winehouse has spoken for the first time about the sadness she felt when she read about Boris Johnson's battle with Tristadecaphobia. She says she understands how he feels because she has it too. She lives in daily fear of the number 13. She has also revealed that she is dreading the coming of the year 2013 as well.

"The number 13 is a scary, scary thing," Says Amy "And nobody should be expected to live for a whole year under its reign of terror. I can't imagine waking up everyday knowing I'm going to have to see that number on the front pages of every newspaper in the land. I too think it could seriously damage my health"

Amy has recently taken up charity work. At the moment she is in the process of trying to rescue Jedward from Simon Cowell's X-factor Circus. She says they are being treated like performing monkeys and she thinks Gordon Brown should do more to help her in her attempts to turn them into serious Jazz Cats.

But her main charitable efforts this year will be concentrated in the area of the "Ban the Year 2013 Campaign". She hopes to have a demonstration in Trafalgar Square and she wants to raise a petition very soon. She thinks the banning is an achievable goal. She says "If Kylie and Lyndsay Lohan can save Icebergs, I can ban the year 2013 for Boris"

Katarina Frogpond (that's me) thinks Boris is a very lucky boy. With Amy on his side, there's no way he can lose...can he?

By Katarina Frogpond

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