Oh England, come on...

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The latest news from our girl about town

Come on England is the logo on the front of T-shirts currently in the window of a large shop in Spalding. Angel thought how sad it is that the store will have to get rid of the T-shirts, but then had another idea. How about changing the meaning without altering the words too much: Come ON (underlined) England!

* Angel spotted The Crown Inn at Crowland had a sign outside at the weekend offering topless girls and football, but admitted that only one of them was true. Those Crowland lasses obviously have no daft hang-ups about nudity.

* Angel saw an interesting sight in Spalding’s town centre the other day: a bit of male grooming was going on with a young lady applying an electric appliance to the nostrils of a young male friend. Get them trained early I say.

* A Brazilian friend of Angel’s has a small version of Rio de Janiero’s famous statue of Christ the Redeemer in her new en suite.

When Angel visited recently with another friend, she pointed towards the ornament and said, quite seriously: “Who’s that little fellow?

* The sprint triathlon that took place in Spalding on Sunday, June 8 produced some very impressive performances... but Angel thinks there must have been some very slow times clocked too. Perhaps that’s why there’s still a sign up in Spalding telling motorists to expect delays.

*Angel was at University Academy Holbeach on Friday when it became Lincolnshire’s version of the Hacienda in Manchester for a charity concert in aid of LIVES First Responders. One band of youngsters showed they weren’t too young to cover The Monkees’ number one hit of 1967, I’m A Believer, putting the phrase “High School Musical” in a totally different light.