We all qualify to give our opinions on everything, but I also think that you need to be comparatively unblemished about what’s going on in the world to clearly get a good enough picture to mount it and, I’m sure Katie Price has mounted many a fine specimen in her lifetime!
When she comes anywhere close to becoming poverty stricken in her lifetime, then she can have a say on who does what, what goes where, even though I’m sure she knows where it goes!
I suppose because she has wealth that she can hurl her influence about, or is that her boobies because she’s had so many booby jobs that she could have given food to thousands of deprived children in the United Kingdom, instead of wasting her money on Silicon Implants.
Imagine of all that cash you could have put aside and, then bestowed onto someone who needs it because obviously Katie Price doesn’t need it if she’s giving it away to give her body a fashion makeover.
I’m sure she’s not infested by financial debt because the government of this country aren’t withholding anything she’s being paid and, I hope she’s never in that situation because you just never know what’s around the corner. Prosperity is pleasant, but it can be gone in just the blink of an eye.
If Katie Price thinks that I’m being unfriendly towards her, then she should not be criticising people who are out of work. You have no concept of their circumstances and, how they obtained what they have in their homes.
People that are out of work don’t even get enough money to have the large bundle on Sky TV and, I admit; there are a large number of people who do smoke and, some drink, but some can’t even afford to do that any longer, but they’re still human beings and, they’re entitled from time to time to go out and let our hair down, after all, you let your hair down all the time and, open to the public, there are definitely no flies on you!
It’s okay to give your opinion and, you’ve done that, now move along to something else that tickles your fancy because there’s nothing tickling the fancy of the unemployed. They don’t live a charmed life, they live a life that is lacking in money and hope.
These people may be poor, but they don’t deserve to be regarded like second class citizens and, they don’t warrant your condescending and haughty behaviour, it’s not an attractive characteristic on anyone, including yourself.
As for the Jeremy Kyle Show, if people want to air their dirty linen in public, that’s up to them, if they have the desire to show themselves up in front of everyone they know on live TV.
As for the unemployed having more appliances than a PC World warehouse, that’s somewhat overstated, don’t you think, after all, if that were the situation, PC World would have gone bankrupt by now because all the unemployed would have purchased all their merchandise.
As for working hard to pay for luxuries, well I’m sure you have way more luxuries than the unemployed of this country and, why should it trouble you so much, you live a charmed life of calm refinement, significant stardom and additional intelligent indulgence.
A charmed life is a woman who travels, gives stupendous dinner parties, hangs out with really cool people and, has a passion for whatever she wants, including wine and great gossip.
On the other hand, I’m not sure if you do live a charmed life. For in my experience a charmed life is something that can’t be acquired because it’s magic doesn’t come from things, but from experiences and, at the end of the day, it’s the small, little gestures, the simple pleasures and, the little details that add sparkle to ones life.
Like a morning of free time, drinking coffee and watching the sun rise, or determining prosperity on your own terms, which will never be established in pursuing wealth, a man or a particular body.
Welcoming things as they are, now, in this moment and, feeling great in your own skin and, finally, good manners and, the way you behave towards others, as well as treating people with affection and esteem.
Katie Price has no right to call the unemployed slothful. She knows nothing about their individual circumstances and, as for flatscreen TVs, there are many people who have them as they’re now the standard TVs of the day, unless Katie Price is now proposing that the unemployed go without TVs and, their children have nothing to watch.
Maybe, Katie you can applaud me for being courageous enough to express my opinion that a large number of ordinary people wouldn’t do because I don’t think that the unemployed should be bullied by Katie Price – Who lives on another planet!
“One who gains strength by overcoming obstacles possesses the only strength which can overcome adversity.”