Girlfriend ‘struck off’ after admitting ‘sometimes she didn’t say exactly what she meant’
A woman from Berkshire has been struck off the National Register of Girlfriends after admitting ‘not always saying exactly what she meant’ in at least two previous relationships.
Sarah Crosby, 26, from Newbury, told a tribunal in London that she had not intended to bring womankind into disrepute. ‘I know it’s wrong to say one thing and mean another,’ she said at the hearing. ‘But I justified it by telling myself that all women did it, especially ones with husbands or boyfriends,’ She admitted insincerity in a string of statements made to her ex-boyfriends such as ‘No, you watch the rugby, I can always see Eastenders on BBC3 later’ and ‘I’d much prefer to eat at McDonalds, Italian food is too expensive’ and ‘Yeah, that’s my favourite position too’.Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Sep 22nd, 2009 by The Paper Ostrich
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