Dear Mrs Terry, allegedly

Dear Mrs Terry,

Like most people with more than one grey cell in their head I did not believe for one moment the photographs of you kissing and making up with your husband, John. After all, everything is staged these days, and we should believe nothing we see or read in the media, such as crocodile tears from leaders of political parties.

You have, of course, made an excellent decision in staying married to your husband's wallet. As a divorce lawyer (and as someone who cares not a jot whether England win some silly cup this summer), my advice to you is to stay with the rat him until his overpaid football career comes to an end, and then divorce him, taking him for every penny. That way, you will be able to keep the WAG designer lifestyle to which you have become accustomed.

If you would like any further advice I am, of course, available to take your money advise you.

Yours sincerely,

John Bolch
Solicitor of the Supreme Court


  1. I've always wondered about people who continue to play childhood games into adulthood.

  2. Hilarious, John. Hilarious!

    Divorce Saloon


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