Many celebrities love visiting Jammy Toast and leave their comments on our posts but some people refuse to believe it is really them. Singer Rickie Lee Jones pops by and has a little sing in the comments section every now and then. This doesn’t hurt anybody but people seem to think there is some kind of shenanigans going on. Even Miss Chimpton questioned her authenticity the other day and accused Davidd of faking it.
Aleksandr Orlov, Alf Garnet, Sheriff Buford T Justice, Prince Charlies, The Cookie Monster, Dave Brock, David Cameron, Frank Gallagher, Frankie Boyle, Garfield, Jason Mews, Jim Royle and members of the Royle Family, John Cooper Clarke, Kevin Smith and even Paddington Bear like to call by every so often and leave their tu’pence worth. Even The Queen and God have been known to pop round for a quick comment.
Why do people have a problem with this?
However, it is Elvis who seems to course the most speculation. Several people even claim to have seen him since he was supposed to have died. One rash of alleged sightings took place in Michigan. In 1988, the downtown Burger King attracted international attention after a story in the Kalamazoo Gazette identified it as one of two places that a local woman and her daughter claimed to have seen the king of Rock ‘n’ Roll. It is getting to something when the poor guy can’t even pop out for a burger without causing worldwide speculation.
So, today we are asking you our dear, trusted readers to keep the secret safe. If any of our celebrity followers leaves a comment on Jammy Toast then keep it a secret. Don’t go telling the story of their faked deaths to the gutter press and respect their privacy.
You know it makes sense!
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