Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Is it a bird?

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

No it is a SUPER INJUNCTION.

Faster than a speeding bullet and wrapped up tighter than a kitten in a sack on boxing day, Super injunctions are out saving the arse of celebrities, sportsmen and people of public interest daily.

Super injunctions do not sleep. they work constantly and tirelessly to stop you finding out who is shagging who.

From footballers shagging Big Brother contestants to actors who kiss like virgins, The Super Injunction flexes it's muscles so silently that you never even know that it's there.

It isn't that I don't want to know. It is just that I'm not allowed to know.

And why is that? What is the reason that most people give when they obtain a Super Injunction?

As Andrew Marr put it so hypocritically this morning.

"I was trying to protect my familys privacy"

Surely he should have thought of that before he tripped, fell and landed in someones va-jay-jay.

I'm not sure how much truth there is in the rumour that the woman involved is now trying to obtain an injunction of her own so that she doesn't die of embarrassment when her friends find out she shagged Andrew Marr.

And the social media view is that Andrew Marr should have taken out ADS not an injunction!!! (He ugly)

But why should a Super Injunction be used? Should the rich and famous be entitled to more privacy than the rest of us? Does someone in the public eye who uses the media or even one who appears to shun the limelight be entitled to keep their private lives private?

Or is it open season for tabloids the first time you appear on a reality tv show or a soap?

Should you have to leave your privacy at the door when you leave your morals on a hotel room floor?

Or should you expect that when you lie down with dogs (cough, Wayne Rooney) you are going to get fleas?



What do you think of Super Injunctions?

Let me know

Big Fashionista x x
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3 comments

  1. I think they're so hypocritical - the only reason many of these people are famous is because the public buy into them. We buy the merchandise, we buy match tickets, we buy the magazines and newspapers. To then turn around and claim that they are "protecting/thinking about their family" - how many of them were thinking of their families when they were out shagging everything that moved? You can't be perfectly okay with earning money on the back of fame, then turn around and moan about the lack of privacy. Loads of famous people do manage to keep their private lives private, it's not like it can't be done. If you're out there smiling at the paps and doing sponsorship deals then you can't expect everyone to cover your arse and keep quiet when you mess up.

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  2. It is amazing how private life usually means the "screwing around" bit :-)

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  3. I'm still recovering from shock that someone actually sh**ged Andrew Marr. All these bloody injunctions and expose stories are getting really boring, there's more going on in the world than having to read about how we are not going to find out 'who is doing who'. Keep in it your pants people!

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