Category Archives: December 2004

MY TEDIOUS 3 IN A BED SESSIONS WITH SHERIDAN

A young cadet reporter with The Shavers Weekly, The paper that believes in truth and justice – for The Shavers Weekly, has revealed how she spent a few tedious sexual encounters with a friend and Ex Scottish Socialist Party leader Tommy Sheridan. LEGAL REASONS The reporter, who cannot ever, ever possibly be named, for fairly… Continue Reading →

POLICE FEARS OVER PANTS AT XMAS!

Lothian and Borders police last night, issued a stern, straight-faced, no nonsense warning about the wearing of white underwear over the festive period. BOWELS Speaking outside ‘Looking Trendy’ in Leith’s fashionable Great Junction Street Detective Constable Ian Brush commented loudly, “ The wearing of white underwear – especially underpants – is a risk at any… Continue Reading →

BEIGE SECURE VICTORY IN SLOVENIA*

BEIGE SECURE VICTORY IN SLOVENIA*

*Moral victory Having traveled over hill and dale, through drought and flood (mainly flood at the cut price drink hypermarket at Calais) on their 16 berth superbus, Local cricketing heroes Edinburgh Beige secured victory on their tour of Slovenia – Having lost all four games (against ex-county opposition)  in the weekend competition (see above), new… Continue Reading →

DRINKING TOO MUCH??

DRINKING TOO MUCH??

Xmas is coming the geese are getting fat and so will you – you little porker! If you continue downing the oatmeal stout every night. Lets find out once and for all. This month the Weekly asks:- Horror of horrors!  – are you drinking too much? First a little about you: Age………………………………………………….. Sex………………………………………………….. Sexual preference……………………………….. Favourite position………………………………..… Continue Reading →

STILL NO MENTION FOR DUFFIN

Colourful Local Poster Placer and telephone procrastination expert George Duffin is still to get no mention in The Shavers Weekly, The Shavers Weekly can reveal exclusively. “All this despite Duffin buying a new black car that looks like Kit from Knightrider,” commented Edinburgh’s Lady provost Leslie McGlaughlin, “I think the Weekly may well have it… Continue Reading →