Thursday, April 03, 2008

The poets at the Sun

You have to admire the Sun newspapers ability to come up with catchy headlines.

Over the past few years they've had a field day with ex Beatle, Paul MCartney who they christened "Macca". When they latched on to the fact that his wife Heather Mills had a previous career as a porn model they dubbed her "Mucca".

Macca and Mucca do battle

Lady Mucca mocka Macca

Macca's house gets a Muc-over

Mucca cites muccy briefs

Mucca chucksa cuppa water over Macca's lawyer

Not wanting to miss an opportunity, they've got a few references to a few of Paul's music titles in their headlines.

Return of the big Macca Macca and the moll of Kintyre

Shacka Macca's Hard Day's Fight

It's Macca's Lonely Hearts Club

Macca mansions on fabby roads

Now Sir Paul has found a new romance the rhyming carries on.

Peace wielding Macca is backa

Macca and the married cracker

Macca on hols with his smacker cracker

Of course they could have penned No lucka Macca sacka Mucca who took him for a sucka. I'm sure Pete Brooks will come up with something brilliant in reply to that!


Pete said...

They lay there on the grassy bank,
His hands were all a-quiver.
He undid her suspender belt
And her leg fell in the river.


Keith & Pam Williamson said...

Apart from the obvious "she hadn't got a leg to stand on" there are these gems from the internet.

Mrs Mills- McCartney is said to be distraught over the split "He has
been my crutch for so long!!" She said in an earlier briefing, "I have
no idea why this has happened, I'm stumped"

In an interview about his failed marriage, Sir Paul McCartney
was asked if he would ever go down on one knee again

In response he said, "I'd prefer it if you called her Heather."

"She's running around in circles", according to a close friend, "she
will need all the support she can get its not like its easy to walk out
on a relationship like this"