Collective yawns were stifled at Hoaxtead HQ yesterday when Angela Power-Disney posted a video featuring herself (of course) and Cat Snot waffling on about…um, we aren’t really sure, as within minutes we found ourselves distracted by the real show.
For some reason, Angela saw fit to put her chat history with Ms Snot on public display, and frankly those revelations were much more entertaining than whatever the video was supposed to be about.
They tried to make her go to rehab…
For example: Angela’s smoking and alcohol consumption have long been legendary, but yesterday we learned that as she awaits a decision from the Irish Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) as to which charges will be laid against her, her consumption of booze and fags has gone through the roof.
After noting that Jake Clarke would be back in court last month, and commenting on the alleged “gayness” of his appearance, Angela says:
I’m thinking of running away to a convent for 12 weeks lol! Rehab better than psych unit or prison tho I didn’t plan it as a strategy!
Am drinking more and chain smoking since the file got sent to DPP and figured some respite would be good and a break from social media?
Then, surprisingly for someone who claims to be a campaigner against paedophiles…
Always got sent to convents as a kid and the place I have in mind is alleged to have a female paedo nun there yikes!!
Make good research if nothing else lol
Is it just us, or does Angela’s laissez-faire attitude about this cause others to question her sincerity?
Parenting tips from the pros
Angela and Cat spend some time comparing notes on their kids, and agree that despite all those beatings with t-squares and breathing of second-hand smoke, they seem not to be quite up to snuff in some respects.
So Angela and Cat are of the opinion that the best way to be a good parent is to…feck off to Lanzarote and leave the kids to it, so that they’ll appreciate you when you get back. You heard it here first.
According to Cat, motherhood ought to end well before the child turns 21, after which “you’ve done your bit raising them”. Meanwhile, Angela claims that her daughter only became “half-decent” in her mid-twenties, and “even at 32 she still has relapses”.
Neither of them, it seems, has paused to reflect that perhaps if they weren’t spending all their time constructing elaborate conspiracy theories and harassing innocent folk online, their kids might have more time for them.
It does not seem to occur to Angela that allowing the world to read her and Cat’s private conversations about their families might, you know, bother the children involved.
It seems that we aren’t the only ones who’ve been wondering what happened to Eddie Isok. Neither Angela nor Cat seems to remember where they put him last, not that they seem terribly concerned:
Ah well, easy come, easy go. So long, Eddie.
Everybody hates Belinda
Belinda McKenzie gets short shrift from Angela and Cat as well. Their response to a begging letter sent in mid-February is not the stuff of which fund-raisers’ dreams are made:
The bloom is truly off the Belinda rose:
Angie feels “cold contempt”, Cat wouldn’t care if Belinda “voluntarily stopped breathing”…and then they move on to discuss plans for yesterday’s video.
Literary criticism corner
And last but not least, apparently Babs Collier was thoughtful enough to send Angela a copy of one of EC’s mystery novels:
First, not that it matters, but the book in question is Pluto Rising, not Venus (yes, it was written before Pluto was demoted). But the thought of Angela slogging through EC’s books looking for “clues” about EC is quite wonderful. She does know it’s not an autobiography, but a work of fiction, right?
Like, not real? Imaginary? Made up?
Oh, never mind.