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I've heard it all now by kazzzz on 25 March 2009 5:33am
 
Posh Spice/Beckham is in therapy because her life is a little bit too fab. Poor thing. She's a bit upset coz she has it all... money, looks, fame, fab family etc and now wonders if it was all worth it coz she has to spend a lot of time flying in between LA to look after her kids and off again to watch hubby play football. Such a shame.
 
Re: I've heard it all now by Spursfan on 25 March 2009 8:12am
 
Perhaps we ought to start a collection for her.....!!!

I know having it all can be difficult (!!) - I mean she even has to sleep with David Beckham, poor thing!

Perhaps if she ate properly and didn't try and keep that pout all the time she'd feel better.

I prescribe 2 creme eggs a day !!

:)

[Seriously HOW DARE she be upset about all that when there are people losing their homes and things because of the recession!!!]
 
Re: I've heard it all now by tucsonmike on 25 March 2009 12:00pm
 
Amazing what people can be upset about. Maybe she can cure it by becoming the next Mother Teresa. I agree with you Anne, she is kidding, right?
 
Re: I've heard it all now by peripatetically on 25 March 2009 12:08pm
 
Maybe she wants to raise her image. I'm not a fan of hers. And I really don't care for her looks either. But looks are superficial and will fade. Still, I don't think she's THAT much of a beauty...
 
Re: I've heard it all now by geordiegirl on 25 March 2009 2:37pm
 
Don't want to sound a knowall, but her mother (Posh Spice's) was a friend-of-a-friend in Cheshunt, Herts.

I'm told she was always the most unbelievable spoilt brat, fron dancing classes at age 10 (where friend & daughter came across her. She wanted showbiz all right, despite distinct lack of talent.

I've always felt particularly venomous towards her, probably excessively, and I'm very glad to agree with the opinions expressed here about her.
 
Re: I've heard it all now by Spursfan on 25 March 2009 3:26pm
 
And David is such a lovely bloke! Poor him.

:(
 
Re: I've heard it all now by peripatetically on 25 March 2009 5:14pm
 
Men have little clue about character. Well, most of them anyway. lol.
 
Re: I've heard it all now by mrsteabag on 25 March 2009 8:12pm
 
Ok, this may not top Ms. Posh's misery, but it's a close second. One of the networks ran a story about a couple in the process of divorcing. She's asking for $53k a WEEK in alimony.
Ms. Beckham needs to come to one of my journal classes. Maybe if she makes a list of what she has to be grateful for, and then another about what she has to share with the world, she might gain some perspective.And maybe the Chicago Cubs will win the World Series and the world economy will straighten out and all the little children and puppies and kittens will have food in their tummies and warm safe places to sleep and parents to cuddle with. And Sting, Andy and Stewart will pull up in my driveway and beg to have the privilege of being my back-up band.
 
Re: I've heard it all now by kazzzz on 25 March 2009 10:25pm
 
Well put Pats.

If this is the way she goes on she must be a dreadful role model to those kids.
 
Re: I've heard it all now by geordiegirl on 26 March 2009 4:19pm
 
Agree with you all over again!

She looks so DISCONTENTED all the time, don't you think? Has done for ever. She clings to him (well I feel that a bit) as, talentless as she is, without him she'd be nothing. And, yes, those poor boys.

She never could sing. Apparently she refuses to have Kylie Minogue on the radio in her presence cos Kylie CAN sing.

Loved the touch of fantasy, Fran!
 



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