Friday, April 23, 2010

Daily Mail Shocker - Tina and Chandi

Chandi on holiday in Great Yarmouth circa 2007

The Daily Mail today reveals the shocking truth about Tina and Chandi, the dancing dog act that wowed viewers of Britain's Got Talent. Chandi is not a dog, but rather an Albanian midget and worse than asylum seeker with a family of 12 living on the dole. OK, not really. What they actually revealed is that she has appeared on other TV talent shows. So what? Apparently it is significant to the readership of The Daily Mail, some of whom may remember a Daily Mail article from 1934 called ""Hurrah for the Blackshirts"

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About Me

Nestov Ratz is a world renowned campanologist originally from the Romanisch speaking region of Switzerland. Nestov has been acclaimed by high society for his zither playing. In 2007 Nestov wowed holidaymakers in Benidorm with his act, Nestov & Mr Strawberry, an act comprising a zither and a singing parrot.