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The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by JessPix on 10 July 2005 7:14pm
 
Rebecca Loos aspires to be Michael Palin
http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/article/ds22381.html

Rebecca Loos claims to have what it takes to host her own travel show.

David Beckham's former PA told the Daily Express at The Wedding Crashers premiere: "I'm interested in travel and different cultures. So I'd like to do some documentaries exploring some of the more obscure and remote corners of the world.

"People have told me I could be the next Michael Palin - only more glamorous," she continued.

"After all, one of the things people don't realise about me is that I can speak four languages fluently."



Dear Lord.

Jess.
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by perfectbitch on 10 July 2005 7:37pm
 
I'm sure she'e left the "e" off the end of her surname. Obscure and remote? Where would you send her?
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by Blasi on 10 July 2005 10:57pm
 
To a VD clinic maybe? LOL.

The Travel Show Without Integrity. I'd sooner watch Ian Wright Live (has anyone managed to keep count of the number of times he's said "yeah" in any given episode?).
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by Diamond on 10 July 2005 11:03pm
 
"Dear Lord" sums it all up Jess !!

what is the world coming to!!!
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by intrepid on 11 July 2005 2:58pm
 
Feel free to disagree, but I think some of MP's charm comes from him NOT being able to speak 4 languages, and having to deal with the practical and psychological consequences.
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by Wild in Africa on 11 July 2005 3:29pm
 
...and the four languages she can speak fluently are:
English (though questionable)
Chavish
Slaglish
Text speak...as in "Dvd Bkham 4eva innit?)

The different cultures are:
The local Indian take away and Strictly African dancing on BBC1.

Travel means the number 42 to Peckham.

For gawds sake love we're not all morons like you after all!
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by intrepid on 11 July 2005 4:08pm
 
By the way, who is this Rebecca Loos of which we speak?
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by irishladette on 11 July 2005 4:38pm
 
Ms Loos ALLEGEDLY introduced herself to England soccer star David Beckham. as for her being the next MP - there is only one MP, and would agree that when you don't understand the language in the country you're in - don't worry, you'll get there with a bit of patience! I learnt that from MP'd documentaries, and I've travelled to countries where I don't know the language and have managed perfectly well on my own - thanks to MP. It's far more fun with sign language, and when you come across a "know it all" who can speak different languages, in my experience they are not looked on as favourably. Recently at hotel I was staying in, the staff and I were getting on famously, pointing, thumbs up (I wasn't in Turkey) and even enjoyed a few drinks with them when they were off duty, my dinner was always served with a smile, and the portions were huge, one night they overdid the vodka on the lemon sorbet, but that was ok by me! 3 nights later, a few "know it alls" sat down and had their dessert of 3 scoops of sorbet with a trickle of kirsh on it. I was asked did I want a special dessert for my 2 companions and me, I said yes please, we had about 7 scoops of sorbet swimming in alcohol, and it was served by the owner of the hotel!! All because I travel by MP's standards!
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by Ello on 11 July 2005 8:28pm
 
well said, intrepid!
 
Re: The new Michael Palin...Rebecca Loos??? by DorsetBadger on 11 July 2005 9:09pm
 
Gawd help us - it may be bitchy but someone should flush her down her lastname ASAP
 
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