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Jason Manford ‘invents’ Chweeting

Posted on: November 16, 2010

So I get adulterous sexting, don’t do it, but I get it. Private text messages sent from one phone to another. You even get an app called Tiger Text, a nod to Tiger Woods’ many mistakes, where messages will erase themselves from the recipient and senders phone with in a specified time scale -

‘this sext will self destruct in 5…4…3…2…1′

But why did Jason Manford decide to demand sexy pics and swap flirty messages with one ‘lady’ on Twitter? It’s hardly the most private of social networking sites.

Well, that was my story originally. But then I got a Twitter crash course and realised there is such a thing as a private message. Jason Manford: 1, Sugarfreebitch: 0.

UNTIL… I googled the original story. The girl, Debra McNamee (which sounds like some daydreaming sub-editor nipped out for a cig just as they were going to press and didn’t have the heart to tell everyone ‘McNamee’ is a totally stupid made up name) sold her story to the Sun.

The ‘busty’ and ‘curvy’ lass – which, when not talking about Holly Willoughby or Kim Kardashian is really just a tabloid’s way of saying you aren’t shy of a pie or a pint of dry – is sight for sore eyes. A sight for botched Lasik with a vinegar chaser even.

Don’t believe me?

Look here…

Now, I’ve never seen his missus, but I think Adrian Chiles in a Lily-Savage-on-a-comedown costume is more sexually attractive.

2 Responses to "Jason Manford ‘invents’ Chweeting"

[...] instance of “chweeting” used in this context that we could find was in the title of a post from the now-defunct UK-based (we think) wordpress site Celebritards about a married, British… someone other than his wife back in November 2010. Well, it didn’t catch on and they’re [...]

[...] instance of “chweeting” used in this context that we could find was in the title of a post from the now-defunct UK-based (we think) wordpress site Celebritards about a married, British… someone other than his wife back in November 2010. Well, it didn’t catch on and they’re [...]

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