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A boob too far

Blogger turned media mouthpiece Jack Monroe sinks to a new low

 

On Monday, favourite of all at The Steeple Times “A Girl Called Jack” (now rebranded as “Jack at a Pinch”) gave an interview to the Evening Standard. In it, this David Cameron and Jamie Oliver hater chose to lay into Germaine Greer and also made clear that she’s “not a boob hater, just my own”.

 

A boob too far - Despite attacking Jamie Oliver for his commercial deals hypoctrite Jack Monore is quite happy it appears to take the shilling of such firms as Groupon
A boob too far – Despite attacking Jamie Oliver for his commercial deals hypoctrite Jack Monore is quite happy it appears to take the shilling of such firms as Groupon

 

A food blogger who will hire herself out like a taxi despite her so-called lofty principles, Miss Monroe – who is not content with having become a lesbian mother of a six year old – told Rosamund Unwin that she now wishes to be described as a “them” [neither a woman nor a man] and added: “I’m not somebody’s sexual fetish, I’m a person. I mean: I ‘might’ be somebody’s sexual fetish. If you’re out there, please get in touch”. She then returned to the subject of her breasts and boldly declared: “I don’t want my boobs anymore”.

 

This pseudo-Marxist harpy – who prides herself around “saying unsayable things” – then announced: “I’m not female [anymore]” before contradicting herself in adding: “I will always be on the girls’ team”.

 

A believer in the “fact” that she has a “drawer full of cocks [and] they’re not that special”, Jack Monroe should actually realise she truly isn’t either interesting or relevant. In fact, if she could be compared to anyone it has to be her fellow attention seeker Katie Hopkins. The only difference? Katie Hopkins actually sometimes speaks (some) sense.

 

Sainsbury’s (finally) did the right thing when they ditched Monroe and given her latest diatribe, we urge others not to make the same mistake. Jack Monroe has made a boob too far and it is time she retreated to the suburbs of obscurity.

 

 

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3 comments on “A boob too far”

  1. Why isn’t this woman supporting Find Madeleine? Her campaign is pointless. We all know what foods are cheap and her comments if they are read by her child will upset him. I again remind The Steeples Times that you should be supporting dear Gerry and Kate McCann in their efforts to find their beloved daughter Madeleine. FIND MADELEINE, FIND HER NOW. Come on Jack Monroe – Join the efforts and gain some respect after what you did to the memory of David Cameron’s poor disabled child.

  2. A donation is a free will choice, so there in no “should” in this conversation. I mean. you “should” pay your taxes, but “it would be nice” to give to the Red Cross.It would also be nice if you you stopped trying to shame people into doing your bidding.

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