Thursday, June 4, 2009

Susan Boyle Madness

Poor Susan Boyle. According to The Sun, the pressure of the Britain's Got Talent finale has driven the homely Scottish songbird into the hospital for "exhaustion," which we all know is celebrity code for "craziness." To add insult to injury, Ms. Boyle's neighbors welcomed her home with a catastrophe-laden sign.


That's enough to send her right back to the loony bin!

But seriously, I wish Susan Boyle nothing but the best. She seems like a sweet lady, and her voice has melted the heart of millions, even Simon Cowell's.

Thanks to Robb for sending me a link to this horrific sign.

12 comments:

Marty said...

I see nothing wrong with that sign.
Susan IS a superstar and she DID do a wonderful job.
It'll help show her that she didn't let the whole town down.

sitboaf said...

Missing comma after "Susan."
Misspelling of "you're."
"Superstar" not kept as one word or hyphenated.
Unnecessary apostrophe in "eyes."
Missing punctuation after "eyes."
Random capitalization.

Nope, nothing wrong with that sign.

Becky said...

Yeah, what sitboaf said. Plus, there should be an exclamation point at the end!

Anonymous said...

That sine makes, me Want too scoop. my eye's out WITH A a rusty-spoon.

Yeah, I know, it's supposed to be sweet and supportive, and I'm a miserable SOB for not being touched by it. Whatever.

Pink said...

sine?

SarahJane said...

Oh well, in my eye's well done, she also did a super job. In my eye's medium rare, it was more than that.

J said...

Yikes! poor Susan.

Anonymous said...

Close your eyes, Susan is beautiful singer open your eyes and she is still beautiful, music never lies. She has been touched by Angles. In Gods eyes we are all beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Yes, she does seem to have been touched by angles!

Kristi Mantoni said...

Angles touch me all the time too...especially the acute ones!

Kim Murray said...

OOps!
"exhaustion,"
Think you got the comma in the wrong spot.

Becky said...

No, in American English the comma always goes inside the quotation marks.