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Moderatrix kisses the Reg goodbye

Commentard scourge says emotional farewell

In news sure to send the massed ranks of Reg commentards running for the tissue box for the other reason, the Moderatrix is packing up her paddles and departing for dungeons new.

Yes, I shall be leaving you all to fight amongst yourselves after the best part of four years at the well of IT shoutpouring. It's been an education, and by "education" I mean "intermittently amusing ulcer-inducing hair-tearing monumental ballache".

But seriously folks (and by "seriously" I mean "mostly seriously"), all gripes aside it's been great to be part of the truly evil Reg coterie as sub-editor/pun-person and occasional contributor... and that other thing. I don't know any other publication that would allow me to get away with a subhead like 'Crab Shack mock cock cop attack shock'. I leave with a smile, or possibly just a smirk, I can't tell any more. Big thanks to all.

The lovely and not to be fucked with for a second Jude will be in charge of the censor-button, so mind your manners.

I'm off for a whirl around that Silicon Roundabout, and I'm afraid the location of my new 2.0 torture chamber is top-secret. However, as a special leaving gift to my faithful submissives, I've taken an intimate boudoir portrait for you to remember me by...

Next page: *Mwah*

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