Shamed pop artist “must go” after Scotland result

Supporters of pop artist the late Roy Lichtenstein this evening called for him to be dropped from his team as he failed to beat lowly Scotland this evening in a tight game at Hampden Park. Scotland decided to play a defensive formation to counter the attacking threat of the corpse of Lichtenstein lying in the midst of the Hampden pitch.

Long term supporters of the late Roy Lichtenstein today said,

“Roy must be gutted. As a thirteen year old corpse Roy has struggled in recent years and we knew that his tactical awareness and reactions have slowed. But to find that he now is on a par with Kenny Miller and Kris Boyd is too much to bear. Roy must go now, and be replaced by the late Andy Warhol – whose vulgar love of money is better suited to the modern game.”

After the match, an ashen faced corpse of Roy Lichtenstein remained tight-lipped and refused to answer questions on his future.

David Weir is nearly dead.

About loveandgarbage

I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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2 Responses to Shamed pop artist “must go” after Scotland result

  1. Sometimes you write something after 4 minutes of injury time anticipating what will happen. Ah well, oops.

    Anyhow I’ve changed the headline – but the URL will remain forever testament to my pessimism.

  2. bigrab says:

    As the biggest manufacturer and exporter of false teeth in the world, surely we are all being a little disrespectful to Liechtenstein?

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