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Al-Fayeds g(l)ory days.

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Elmer Fudd, 2 Oct 2007.

  1. Elmer Fudd

    Elmer Fudd Miserable Old Bar Steward

    Is he ever going to let go ?

    Prince Philip is at the heart of it apparently according to Al-Fayed because his son is Muslim, his son isn't Muslim, he was.

    If it goes against Al-Fayeds twisted conspiracy theory, does this mean he will pish off back to Egypt and open a posh stall in the bizarre ?

    Will he still be begging for a British passport ?

    The thing that really pishes me off is that ten years down the line I still can't open a newspaper without seeing pictures / stories of a posh slapper.
     
  2. alecstilleyedye

    alecstilleyedye nothing in moderation Staff Member

    that's because she still sells papers.
     
  3. yorkshiregoth

    yorkshiregoth Master of all he surveys

    Location:
    Heathrow
    Dont believe Fayed's ramblings but are you sure that Dodi wasn't Muslim.
    I know he wasn't observant, but he was given a Muslim funeral at Regent's Park Mosque.
     
  4. OP
    OP
    Elmer Fudd

    Elmer Fudd Miserable Old Bar Steward

    Sorry he was Muslim, but he is no longer with us is what I meant, his Dad seems to always talk in the present sense.

    Reminds me of a Jethro Tull single, "Living In The Past".
     
  5. twentysix by twentyfive

    twentysix by twentyfive Clinging on tightly

    Location:
    Over the Hill
    Curiously the one man who survived that crash (the body guard chappie)hasn't had his version aired. Now I see some sort of cover up there. Will his version be put on record at the inquest? If not what justification could there be?

    That's my one and only concern about the whole thing. The rest is just so much b*ll*x
     
  6. Globalti

    Globalti Legendary Member

    So the security bloke volunteered to be killed in a car crash?

    DON'T glorify Fayed by adding the Al. This would signify that he comes from an aristocratic Egyptian family. He doesn't; he's a market trader made good, the Egyptian equivalent of a chav in a shell suit.