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A Romantic Takeaway

Mail Online focuses on the story of the year – that Spencer Matthews and his wife went on “date night” at the British Takeaway Awards; you couldn’t make it up

 

You can rely on the Mail Online to publish relevant stories. Aside from the fact we’re in the midst of Brexit chaos and California is burning, they decided to publish what could perhaps be called: “The story of the year.”

 

In an article charmingly titled: “Vogue Williams nestles into husband Spencer Matthews as they steal a night away from parenting duties to lead the stars at the British Takeaway Awards” by a woman named Katie Storey, the paper shared details of how the reality television “stars” managed to “enjoy a date night” at the Just Eat British Takeaway Awards.”

 

That this duo – a pair definitely likely to attend the opening of an envelope – would “date night” at an event is bad enough, but that it made news is quite preposterous. What did they do whilst there? Ring out for a pizza? How terribly romantic.

 

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5 comments on “A Romantic Takeaway”

  1. He is vile but I’d have her!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Send the takeaway tart Down Under!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She can have a pizza under the sheets with me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pwoah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Just while we are on the subject, what the hell are the, British Takeaway awards FGS?
    Just eat British Takeaway??
    What Takeaway are the British famous for, Fish N Chips?
    I think most Takeaway is European or American anyway, like McDonalds Bigcrap and Kentucky Fried Rat, It’s all full of Sugar, Fat, salt and other goodies anyway. They should be promoting healthy eating, especially to the younger generation.. I wonder what was on the menu at this shindig?

  3. He is smoking hot!! Send him my way. That this riveting article was written by Katie Storey! Oh the irony. Next week they’ll be attending the “How To Be A Reality Star” Awards and have a date night there while dialling out for pizza.

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