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Pepperpot - The real deal

By Eva-Jean

Friday, February 07, 2014    

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Word on the street is that a major deal was agreed, under which Audley Shaw and Edmund Bartlett returned to the Opposition front benches and Christopher Tufton rode off into the sunset, with a smile. When the deal is exposed not everybody will be smiling.

Singing the (Jazz and) Blues

Jazz and Blues went off like clockwork and a good time was had by all. Well, not all. He gave the wife all the reasons why he could not take her with him because he was working. But he was caught in a photograph with his paramour in tight embrace and wifey has gone ballistic! Now guess who's singing the blues.

Knotty knotty

The speed with which he tied the knot after the break-up has led to all kinds of speculation. Some have started looking out for a baby bump.

Untying the knot

And speaking of tying the knot, she has called off the wedding. People are saying she found out that he was still sowing his wild oats even after the invitations were sent out.

No more wheeling and dealing

He is finding it hard to accept that his wheeling and dealing days are over. But he should console himself that he had a good run. The turf is not the same as before, and new, more powerful players have emerged on the scene. It's now room for rent, apply within, when you run out, I run in. Get it?

Question of the week

Has Theodore 'Tappa' Whitmore been offered a role under the new Reggae Boyz coach?

Pepperpot@jamaicaobserver.com

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