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Readers Letters Virgin breaks mobile ring peace

Did Tim Richardson's attempt to write a funny headline really deserve this treatment from reader 'Heckle Morons'?

Dear Tim

I feel I need to write to you regarding your Virgin Ring Piece story, Hahahaha, jeesus you are soo fucking funny!!!

Ringpiece jokes!!! Hahahahahahaha, Mabey tomorrow you can put some dogshit in a brown paper bag and light it outside someones doorstep, chap the door and watch them stamp it out. Are you ten years old or just retarded "TIMMY!"? Your wit really knows no beginnings. cos like' yknow "The Big Ring shafted in record blunder".

thats a really fucking believable newspaper headline isnt it, are you actually able to justify your article as anything more than a large wank stain? taking just a minute to think about it, since there isnt any record to break, its not actually a record "attempt" is it you drooling moron.

They are "setting the record" not attempting it, cos even if they only get one mobile to ring... it will still be a guinness world record. Are you actually able to wipe your own arse, or do you just sit on your computer and call the resulting mess a news story.

Yours with sticky mounds of love waiting to find your virgin ring peice.

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