Psychic Sally Morgan: “I don’t call the dead, the dead basically come to me”

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

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With her joyous cackle and machine-gun delivery, Sally Morgan doesn’t sound like someone who earns her living by communicating with the departed.

There are no hushed silences, no sepulchral tones and - thank goodness - no messages from my late and cantankerous old granddad or unwarranted advice from the other side from grandma Dolly. Sally doesn’t do messages when she’s off duty.

This is why you won’t see her accosting people in public.

“When people tell me stories about so-called psychics or mediums going up to them randomly in a shop I’m horrified by that, it’s such an intrusion on one’s life,” she says.

She also doesn’t go up to the people who work in her office and regale them with the thoughts of their dead auntie.

Not that she doesn’t get feelings about places or people but: “I do it at such a heightened level at this stage in my life, I like to think I’m in control of this energy, I don’t allow it when I’m not working.”

When she is working she can receive “Two or three messages at a time,” from those on the other side.

“I have what I say are people queuing in my head so I can be talking to someone and something else will be happening,” she says.

“I mention it, I stop what I’m saying to that particular person, tell them to wait, I’m talking to the audience at the same time, so it’s what I do, you hone it like a skill - it’s like a stagecraft you could say.”

Sally says the messages - which she says she has been receiving since she was nine - come to her.

“I don’t call the dead, the dead basically come to me.”

Which naturally leads to me inquiring if she’s heard anything lately from her former client, Princess Diana.

The unkind may wonder whether Sally ever passed on any messages about fast cars in Paris but she wants me to know that “I don’t communicate with anyone for me. People say do you still speak to Diana and I say why would I? I spoke to her when she was alive.”

She hopes her shows are uplifting and always looks forward to the Bournemouth ones: “Who doesn’t love Bournemouth?” she asks.

“Even in winter on the coldest days it just lifts you, doesn’t it?”

She also hopes her compassion comes out in the messages she delivers and tells a story about an audience member for whom she started singing a song about a lollipop.

“This woman nearly collapsed - her grandfather always called her lollipop and sang this song.”

Experiences like this, says Sally, provide ‘validation’ for her audience.

“The evenings are about validation, I get these thoughts in my head; lets validate this message - ‘Where are you Mary, because I’ve got John here,’ every passing is unique.”

Essentially, she says, she deals in loss; of people, places, circumstances.

“I don’t know what I’m picking up on, what am I picking up on?” she says.

“I’m not an academic and I don’t wish to look at my work as an academic because if I did I would lose what I’ve got at the moment.”

But she believes her ability is ‘meant to be used’. “If it wasn’t meant to be used as I use it then I’ve no doubt there would be circumstances that would stop me.”

She likes to feel audiences get a lot of comfort and hope from her shows because: “They keep coming back”.

She’s not wrong there - her shows sell out - and she says the only reason she does them is because she can’t actually devote the time for the personal readings for the hundreds of thousands of people who have requested them from her.

In the past Sally has been accused of cheating - claims she has successfully fought off in court. “I am not a fraud and I have never, ever cheated the public in any way,” she says.

In fact, she is acutely aware of her responsibilities.

“I’m a mouthpiece and a very good one,” she says.

“At the end of the day you’re only as good as your last message and if your last message is accurate then that’s what people are going to remember.”

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9:14am Sun 25 May 14

Peggy Babcock says...

What a load of codswallop.
What a load of codswallop. Peggy Babcock
  • Score: 26

9:30am Sun 25 May 14

wadjit says...

Next can we have some thoughts from people who believe they are channeling aliens please. Im enthusiastic to here whats happening on other planets too.
Next can we have some thoughts from people who believe they are channeling aliens please. Im enthusiastic to here whats happening on other planets too. wadjit
  • Score: 9

9:30am Sun 25 May 14

arthur1948 says...

Some people will believe anything...
Some people will believe anything... arthur1948
  • Score: 23

9:32am Sun 25 May 14

arthur1948 says...

Kerching....the money rolls in....
Kerching....the money rolls in.... arthur1948
  • Score: 23

10:01am Sun 25 May 14

Eddie's dog says...

" .... But she believes her ability is ‘meant to be used’. “If it wasn’t meant to be used as I use it then I’ve no doubt there would be circumstances that would stop me.”
OK, by far the majority of comments on here would like you to stop .............. please stop!.
" .... But she believes her ability is ‘meant to be used’. “If it wasn’t meant to be used as I use it then I’ve no doubt there would be circumstances that would stop me.” OK, by far the majority of comments on here would like you to stop .............. please stop!. Eddie's dog
  • Score: 15

10:27am Sun 25 May 14

elite50 says...

What she does is to shackle a gift into a money making lifestyle.
It seems that she took a wrong turn along the way.
If people believe about this sort of thing they can go to a spiritualist church and get the same info for nothing.
Me and a mate of mine did this as we were on our way to the pub many years ago.
He was told that he would do great things with cars. They were right he rolled his car (with me in it) the next week.
This was the only church that I have ever been in that had arm-chairs instead of pews.
The reason being was that apart from me and my mate the only person there under 70 was the visiting medium.
The rest were there trying to contact dead relatives, apart from one woman who needed to talk to her recently departed cat.
True story.
What she does is to shackle a gift into a money making lifestyle. It seems that she took a wrong turn along the way. If people believe about this sort of thing they can go to a spiritualist church and get the same info for nothing. Me and a mate of mine did this as we were on our way to the pub many years ago. He was told that he would do great things with cars. They were right he rolled his car (with me in it) the next week. This was the only church that I have ever been in that had arm-chairs instead of pews. The reason being was that apart from me and my mate the only person there under 70 was the visiting medium. The rest were there trying to contact dead relatives, apart from one woman who needed to talk to her recently departed cat. True story. elite50
  • Score: 10

11:46am Sun 25 May 14

agent_p says...

http://mylespower.co
.uk/2014/05/18/a-rat
her-embarrassing-nig
ht-for-psychic-sally
-in-middlesbrough/
http://mylespower.co .uk/2014/05/18/a-rat her-embarrassing-nig ht-for-psychic-sally -in-middlesbrough/ agent_p
  • Score: 7

11:48am Sun 25 May 14

agent_p says...

A Rather Embarrassing Night for Psychic Sally in Middlesbrough
I recently went to to see the ‘psychic to the stars’ Sally Morgan at Middlesbrough town hall, and if there was one word I could use to describe my night it would be ‘boring’. First off I feel I have to say that I personally don’t believe that psychics exist so, as you can imagine, I find people like Sally distasteful. This, however, was not the reason why I found the night boring as I do love this kind of thing and was genuinely excited to not only see her, but to gauge the audiences reaction to her show. The reason that it was boring was because the audience did not respond well to her after relatively early on in her performance, she showed the level of her psychic abilities.

For those who don’t know, psychic Sally Morgan is a British television and stage artist who claims to have (you guessed it…) psychic abilities. She believes that she inherited her abilities from her Grandmother who was affectionately known locally as the witch of Fulham. She has been the star of her own show and has an extensive list of clients including celebrities and royalty, and is currently on the road showing off her psychic abilities.

Sally came to Middlesbrough on Friday night and her show started off very well. Even though she was getting the vast majority of what she was saying wrong the audience did not seem to mind and seemed to be having a good time. The point at which the audience became disillusioned with the performance was quite specific. One aspect of the show is that audience members can submit photographs of dead loved ones, in the hope that Sally will select theirs, and give a psychic reading from it. Sally pulled out of a box on stage one of these pictures. She held the picture up to the camera and it was projected on the large screen behind her. The picture was of a middle-aged woman and by the clothes she was wearing and the quality of the image, I guessed it was taken some time in the 1990s. Sally immediately began to get communications from beyond the grave from a man holding a baby named Annabel……or was it Becky. Noticing that no one in the audience was responding, Sally asked the person who submitted the photo to stand up. A rather small chunky woman at the centre of the hall stood up and Sally once again began to get messages from the afterlife. She was informed that this man and baby were somehow linked to the lady in the picture. However the woman in the audience (who was now also projected behind Sally) disagreed and started to look increasingly confused as, presumably, nothing Sally was saying made any sense to her. Sally then decided to flat out ask her if the woman in the picture had any children who passed and, when informed that that she hadn’t, responded by saying “I will leave that then”.

Sally then became in direct contact with the woman in the photo who began to tell her that there was a lot of confusion around her death and that she felt it was very very quick. She later went on to say that the day Wednesday has a specific link to her death and that she either died on a Wednesday or was taken ill that day. As the woman in the audience was not responding to any thing Sally was saying, she decided to ask how the woman in the photo was related to her. It turns out the woman in the audience got the whole concept of submitting a picture of someone you wanted to talk to from the afterlife completely wrong – and for some unknown reason submitted a younger picture of herself.

The hall erupted in laughter, which quickly changed into disapproving mumbles that lasted the rest of the night. No matter how hard Sally tried, she was unable to get the audience back, who were becoming increasingly disgruntled with the number of ‘misses’ she was getting. Not only that, but the audience seemed to become more restrained when Sally was asking them questions. I also don’t think that they reacted well to some of the particularly offensive scenarios Sally was recreating. One involved her re-enacting a dead man flushing narcotics down a toilet to his immediate family, whilst repeatedly saying “flush it down”. Another was when she was talking to a teenage girl whose boyfriend had recently committed suicide by hanging himself. Sally told the girl that she can feel him hitting her leg and that he was, infact, re-enacting swinging against a door as he was committing suicide.

I now think that the vast majority of people who walked out of Middlesbrough town hall that night feel as i do – that someone who is psychic should know if the person they are talking to is dead or not and that it’s quite a messed up thing for a person to pretend that they are in contact with a dead family member.
A Rather Embarrassing Night for Psychic Sally in Middlesbrough I recently went to to see the ‘psychic to the stars’ Sally Morgan at Middlesbrough town hall, and if there was one word I could use to describe my night it would be ‘boring’. First off I feel I have to say that I personally don’t believe that psychics exist so, as you can imagine, I find people like Sally distasteful. This, however, was not the reason why I found the night boring as I do love this kind of thing and was genuinely excited to not only see her, but to gauge the audiences reaction to her show. The reason that it was boring was because the audience did not respond well to her after relatively early on in her performance, she showed the level of her psychic abilities. For those who don’t know, psychic Sally Morgan is a British television and stage artist who claims to have (you guessed it…) psychic abilities. She believes that she inherited her abilities from her Grandmother who was affectionately known locally as the witch of Fulham. She has been the star of her own show and has an extensive list of clients including celebrities and royalty, and is currently on the road showing off her psychic abilities. Sally came to Middlesbrough on Friday night and her show started off very well. Even though she was getting the vast majority of what she was saying wrong the audience did not seem to mind and seemed to be having a good time. The point at which the audience became disillusioned with the performance was quite specific. One aspect of the show is that audience members can submit photographs of dead loved ones, in the hope that Sally will select theirs, and give a psychic reading from it. Sally pulled out of a box on stage one of these pictures. She held the picture up to the camera and it was projected on the large screen behind her. The picture was of a middle-aged woman and by the clothes she was wearing and the quality of the image, I guessed it was taken some time in the 1990s. Sally immediately began to get communications from beyond the grave from a man holding a baby named Annabel……or was it Becky. Noticing that no one in the audience was responding, Sally asked the person who submitted the photo to stand up. A rather small chunky woman at the centre of the hall stood up and Sally once again began to get messages from the afterlife. She was informed that this man and baby were somehow linked to the lady in the picture. However the woman in the audience (who was now also projected behind Sally) disagreed and started to look increasingly confused as, presumably, nothing Sally was saying made any sense to her. Sally then decided to flat out ask her if the woman in the picture had any children who passed and, when informed that that she hadn’t, responded by saying “I will leave that then”. Sally then became in direct contact with the woman in the photo who began to tell her that there was a lot of confusion around her death and that she felt it was very very quick. She later went on to say that the day Wednesday has a specific link to her death and that she either died on a Wednesday or was taken ill that day. As the woman in the audience was not responding to any thing Sally was saying, she decided to ask how the woman in the photo was related to her. It turns out the woman in the audience got the whole concept of submitting a picture of someone you wanted to talk to from the afterlife completely wrong – and for some unknown reason submitted a younger picture of herself. The hall erupted in laughter, which quickly changed into disapproving mumbles that lasted the rest of the night. No matter how hard Sally tried, she was unable to get the audience back, who were becoming increasingly disgruntled with the number of ‘misses’ she was getting. Not only that, but the audience seemed to become more restrained when Sally was asking them questions. I also don’t think that they reacted well to some of the particularly offensive scenarios Sally was recreating. One involved her re-enacting a dead man flushing narcotics down a toilet to his immediate family, whilst repeatedly saying “flush it down”. Another was when she was talking to a teenage girl whose boyfriend had recently committed suicide by hanging himself. Sally told the girl that she can feel him hitting her leg and that he was, infact, re-enacting swinging against a door as he was committing suicide. I now think that the vast majority of people who walked out of Middlesbrough town hall that night feel as i do – that someone who is psychic should know if the person they are talking to is dead or not and that it’s quite a messed up thing for a person to pretend that they are in contact with a dead family member. agent_p
  • Score: 21

12:32pm Sun 25 May 14

The Liberal says...

It's the gift that keeps on giving… to her personal fortune.
It's the gift that keeps on giving… to her personal fortune. The Liberal
  • Score: 16

2:48pm Sun 25 May 14

numerology man says...

20-9-1951 imprinted energy is emotional but a great psychologist , selfish just thinking yourself and trying to make money manipulating words. SALLY I CAN READ YOU WITH JUST THE NUMBERS BUT YOU WONT GET A SINGLE THING RIGHT ABOUT ME.
L(9)FE / L(9)VE and with your combination = L(9)ES AND THAT IS FOR YOU ADVANCE NUMEROLOGY.
20-9-1951 imprinted energy is emotional but a great psychologist , selfish just thinking yourself and trying to make money manipulating words. SALLY I CAN READ YOU WITH JUST THE NUMBERS BUT YOU WONT GET A SINGLE THING RIGHT ABOUT ME. L(9)FE / L(9)VE and with your combination = L(9)ES AND THAT IS FOR YOU ADVANCE NUMEROLOGY. numerology man
  • Score: -5

2:48pm Sun 25 May 14

Pablo23 says...

Mum, if you are reading this from the other side, and in the unlikely event that we are ever near a psychic at the same time and you feel the urge to contact me, please note that I will not be interested in the following messages:

-the first letters of the names of any dead relatives (I already know them)
-reminding me that we used to have a dog, I'm seeing maybe black and white. Used to like eating a lot and running (I remember).
-that you are fine and are proud of me
-that gran is with you and doing fine
etc.
and no offense, but I'd prefer if your didn't watch me 'all' the time, if you know what I mean.

However, I would be interested if you can tell me stuff I don't know, like what happens when we die, and what the afterlife is like.
Please.
Thanks
Mum, if you are reading this from the other side, and in the unlikely event that we are ever near a psychic at the same time and you feel the urge to contact me, please note that I will not be interested in the following messages: -the first letters of the names of any dead relatives (I already know them) -reminding me that we used to have a dog, I'm seeing maybe black and white. Used to like eating a lot and running (I remember). -that you are fine and are proud of me -that gran is with you and doing fine etc. and no offense, but I'd prefer if your didn't watch me 'all' the time, if you know what I mean. However, I would be interested if you can tell me stuff I don't know, like what happens when we die, and what the afterlife is like. Please. Thanks Pablo23
  • Score: 16

3:20pm Sun 25 May 14

fireflier says...

If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works.

Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit.

If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.
If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works. Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit. If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings. fireflier
  • Score: 6

3:44pm Sun 25 May 14

Pablo23 says...

fireflier wrote:
If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works.

Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit.

If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.
Particularly if there are some fly agaric mushrooms in that field
[quote][p][bold]fireflier[/bold] wrote: If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works. Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit. If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.[/p][/quote]Particularly if there are some fly agaric mushrooms in that field Pablo23
  • Score: -2

8:32pm Sun 25 May 14

nickynoodah says...

I often talk to the dead
nobaths one of them
knobdirt is another you know it is
and many more you know.
I often talk to the dead nobaths one of them knobdirt is another you know it is and many more you know. nickynoodah
  • Score: -5

8:33pm Sun 25 May 14

nickynoodah says...

Dead from the neck up you know.
Dead from the neck up you know. nickynoodah
  • Score: -4

9:51pm Sun 25 May 14

fireflier says...

Pablo23 wrote:
fireflier wrote:
If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works.

Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit.

If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.
Particularly if there are some fly agaric mushrooms in that field
No ...mushrooms just expand the nonsense inside your own head!
[quote][p][bold]Pablo23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fireflier[/bold] wrote: If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works. Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit. If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.[/p][/quote]Particularly if there are some fly agaric mushrooms in that field[/p][/quote]No ...mushrooms just expand the nonsense inside your own head! fireflier
  • Score: 1

10:26pm Sun 25 May 14

Pablo23 says...

fireflier wrote:
Pablo23 wrote:
fireflier wrote:
If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works.

Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit.

If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.
Particularly if there are some fly agaric mushrooms in that field
No ...mushrooms just expand the nonsense inside your own head!
Exactly my point
[quote][p][bold]fireflier[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pablo23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fireflier[/bold] wrote: If there is a mechanism whereby the ancestors could get in touch with us then surely the Great Spirit would have made sure that mechanism works. Just like solicitors do with some of this legal tosh ... some of these mystics seem to think they have the monopoly on powers of the spirit. If you want to talk to your ancestors ...or God....just find a nice quite field where you feel content and off you go. Blessings.[/p][/quote]Particularly if there are some fly agaric mushrooms in that field[/p][/quote]No ...mushrooms just expand the nonsense inside your own head![/p][/quote]Exactly my point Pablo23
  • Score: 1

11:27pm Sun 25 May 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.
Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 1

2:58am Mon 26 May 14

elite50 says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.
Some-one as thick as you would not even know what time of day it is.
You need to knock off the Sir Beachy bit and add an abbreviated Richard to your user-name.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.[/p][/quote]Some-one as thick as you would not even know what time of day it is. You need to knock off the Sir Beachy bit and add an abbreviated Richard to your user-name. elite50
  • Score: 0

8:26am Mon 26 May 14

s-pb2 says...

These big psychic shows are nothing but a con. Its been reported before that Morgan uses researchers. Derek Acorah was famously caught out multiple times on Most Haunted for being a con. Id never waste my money on them.

Saying that I would never dismiss every psychic. I have seen very strong evidence under scientific conditions which has produced incredible results, but these are from people who shun shows like this.
These big psychic shows are nothing but a con. Its been reported before that Morgan uses researchers. Derek Acorah was famously caught out multiple times on Most Haunted for being a con. Id never waste my money on them. Saying that I would never dismiss every psychic. I have seen very strong evidence under scientific conditions which has produced incredible results, but these are from people who shun shows like this. s-pb2
  • Score: 4

8:45am Mon 26 May 14

Pablo23 says...

s-pb2 wrote:
These big psychic shows are nothing but a con. Its been reported before that Morgan uses researchers. Derek Acorah was famously caught out multiple times on Most Haunted for being a con. Id never waste my money on them.

Saying that I would never dismiss every psychic. I have seen very strong evidence under scientific conditions which has produced incredible results, but these are from people who shun shows like this.
Can you point me in the direction of these scientific tests please.
I'm yet to see anything to back these up so would be facinated to read them.
[quote][p][bold]s-pb2[/bold] wrote: These big psychic shows are nothing but a con. Its been reported before that Morgan uses researchers. Derek Acorah was famously caught out multiple times on Most Haunted for being a con. Id never waste my money on them. Saying that I would never dismiss every psychic. I have seen very strong evidence under scientific conditions which has produced incredible results, but these are from people who shun shows like this.[/p][/quote]Can you point me in the direction of these scientific tests please. I'm yet to see anything to back these up so would be facinated to read them. Pablo23
  • Score: 3

9:19am Mon 26 May 14

PokesdownMark says...

She claims to be a mouthpiece? I think she is very nearly right. But the truth lies about three feet further down.

It is about time the police and CPS started to look at these vile people. As has happened in the US in recent notable instances.
She claims to be a mouthpiece? I think she is very nearly right. But the truth lies about three feet further down. It is about time the police and CPS started to look at these vile people. As has happened in the US in recent notable instances. PokesdownMark
  • Score: 10

9:21am Mon 26 May 14

PokesdownMark says...

I also do not think the BIC should provide facilities to this woman. Doesn't the BIC have an ethics policy?
I also do not think the BIC should provide facilities to this woman. Doesn't the BIC have an ethics policy? PokesdownMark
  • Score: 6

9:40am Mon 26 May 14

PokesdownMark says...

The Pavilion is managed by BH Live on behalf of the council, BH Live has a visions and values policy:

http://www.bhlive.co
.uk/about-us/who-we-
are/our-vision-and-v
alues/

... which includes 'Honestly and Integrity'. I think they need to have a good long hard think about facilitating people like this.
The Pavilion is managed by BH Live on behalf of the council, BH Live has a visions and values policy: http://www.bhlive.co .uk/about-us/who-we- are/our-vision-and-v alues/ ... which includes 'Honestly and Integrity'. I think they need to have a good long hard think about facilitating people like this. PokesdownMark
  • Score: 6

11:01am Mon 26 May 14

wadjit says...

nickynoodah wrote:
I often talk to the dead
nobaths one of them
knobdirt is another you know it is
and many more you know.
Is English your second language?
[quote][p][bold]nickynoodah[/bold] wrote: I often talk to the dead nobaths one of them knobdirt is another you know it is and many more you know.[/p][/quote]Is English your second language? wadjit
  • Score: -1

11:45am Mon 26 May 14

MrPitiful says...

numerology man wrote:
20-9-1951 imprinted energy is emotional but a great psychologist , selfish just thinking yourself and trying to make money manipulating words. SALLY I CAN READ YOU WITH JUST THE NUMBERS BUT YOU WONT GET A SINGLE THING RIGHT ABOUT ME.
L(9)FE / L(9)VE and with your combination = L(9)ES AND THAT IS FOR YOU ADVANCE NUMEROLOGY.
Blimey - somebody on drugs??
[quote][p][bold]numerology man[/bold] wrote: 20-9-1951 imprinted energy is emotional but a great psychologist , selfish just thinking yourself and trying to make money manipulating words. SALLY I CAN READ YOU WITH JUST THE NUMBERS BUT YOU WONT GET A SINGLE THING RIGHT ABOUT ME. L(9)FE / L(9)VE and with your combination = L(9)ES AND THAT IS FOR YOU ADVANCE NUMEROLOGY.[/p][/quote]Blimey - somebody on drugs?? MrPitiful
  • Score: 2

12:17pm Mon 26 May 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

elite50 wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.
Some-one as thick as you would not even know what time of day it is.
You need to knock off the Sir Beachy bit and add an abbreviated Richard to your user-name.
Get back to your spirits fruit loop.
[quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.[/p][/quote]Some-one as thick as you would not even know what time of day it is. You need to knock off the Sir Beachy bit and add an abbreviated Richard to your user-name.[/p][/quote]Get back to your spirits fruit loop. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: -1

4:22pm Mon 26 May 14

nickynoodah says...

wadjit wrote:
nickynoodah wrote:
I often talk to the dead
nobaths one of them
knobdirt is another you know it is
and many more you know.
Is English your second language?
Би Монголын ирсэн билээ
[quote][p][bold]wadjit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nickynoodah[/bold] wrote: I often talk to the dead nobaths one of them knobdirt is another you know it is and many more you know.[/p][/quote]Is English your second language?[/p][/quote]Би Монголын ирсэн билээ nickynoodah
  • Score: 0

5:47pm Mon 26 May 14

Pablo23 says...

PokesdownMark wrote:
She claims to be a mouthpiece? I think she is very nearly right. But the truth lies about three feet further down.

It is about time the police and CPS started to look at these vile people. As has happened in the US in recent notable instances.
I wasn't aware that the law was starting to clamp down on these fraudsters in America.
Encouraging news.
Hopefully we'll catch on soon before too much more money is made.
[quote][p][bold]PokesdownMark[/bold] wrote: She claims to be a mouthpiece? I think she is very nearly right. But the truth lies about three feet further down. It is about time the police and CPS started to look at these vile people. As has happened in the US in recent notable instances.[/p][/quote]I wasn't aware that the law was starting to clamp down on these fraudsters in America. Encouraging news. Hopefully we'll catch on soon before too much more money is made. Pablo23
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12:49am Tue 27 May 14

elite50 says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
elite50 wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.
Some-one as thick as you would not even know what time of day it is.
You need to knock off the Sir Beachy bit and add an abbreviated Richard to your user-name.
Get back to your spirits fruit loop.
None so blind as those that cant see.
None so thick as those who don't know about anything that they cant understand.
Must be terrible living in the dense fog that must be your life!
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: Elite50 has been on the fruit loops. Such a shame.[/p][/quote]Some-one as thick as you would not even know what time of day it is. You need to knock off the Sir Beachy bit and add an abbreviated Richard to your user-name.[/p][/quote]Get back to your spirits fruit loop.[/p][/quote]None so blind as those that cant see. None so thick as those who don't know about anything that they cant understand. Must be terrible living in the dense fog that must be your life! elite50
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