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Max Clifford, Simon Cowell and Rolf Harris

Max Cliffwolf was found at the bottom of Wolf Cliff deep in the Greenygrey world yesterday morning. It is thought to have taken its own life after its human parallel Max Clifford was imprisoned last week.

Simon Cowell and Max Clifford 

Carmen Electra at the 2007 Spike TV Awards, cr...
Carmen Electra at the 2007 Spike TV Awards, cropped image. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Cliffwolf is the second loss to the Greenygrey world for such reasons, after Simon Wolfell was sacked for his human parallel Simon Cowell’s treatment of Carmen Electra and the husband of Laura Silverman.

While we always thought Cowell was a risky parallel, what with his past and continuing syco behaviour, we never suspected Clifford as being risky. This is because Clifford always seemed like a happily married family man when he was featured on television.

We think this is another example of the old adage that you can’t judge a book by its cover.

Rolf Harris

While Cowell and Clifford had the opportunity to be good parallels in the Greenygrey world, Rolf Harris was depicted as a baddie in Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps.

That was before he was accused of similar crimes to Clifford, although he has not yet been found guilty.

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X Factor Auditions Return Psycho Sico Poem

Simon Wolfell’s sacking from the Greenygrey after his human parallel Simon Cowell did the dirty on cool Carmen Elektra and his friend, the husband of Laura Silverman, who then had Sico’s child, probably led to the failure of the American Factor. But now Sico’s back in the U.K., and he’s got Cheryl Tweedy back in tow, after apparently sacking her in the U.S.A.

Psycho Sico X Factor Poem 

English: Map showing the location of the Chukc...
English: Map showing the location of the Chukchi Sea. Modified map based on map :commons:Image:Chukchi Sea map.png created by NormanEinstein, May 31, 2006. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hi, it’s William Wolfsworth, poetry correspondent at the Greenygrey inspired by legendary Romantic poet William Wolfsworth.

Another amazing coincidence in the virtual world we live in, is that Cheryl Tweedy used to be called Cheryl Cole (C2), and the Greenygrey this week flew out to the Chukchi Sea (C2 or 3, unsure about counting Sea!).

The poem was also influenced by three days of smoggy pollution in the U.K. that registered 10 out of 10: referencing a quote from Apocalypse Now, which was about napalm rather than pollution.

We didn’t expect anything like that so soon when we warned about Boris Johnson and George Osborne‘s visions for Britain’s future! Here’s the untitled ranty ramble poem that unfortunately isn’t very romantic!:

Feeling alienated
unable to fit in
try psychopathy
it worked for me.
Greed is good
animals are just food
love the smell
of pollution in the morning.
Nature doesn’t matter
Simon’s back on X Factor
a great role model
for society’s Sico babble!

Photo: Feeling alienated<br /> unable to fit in<br /> try psychopathy<br /> it worked for me.<br /> Greed is good<br /> animals are just food<br /> love the smell<br /> of pollution in the morning.<br /> Nature doesn't matter<br /> Simon's back on X Factor<br /> a great role model<br /> for society's psycho babble!

Good luck to all the X Factor contestants, and everybody involved apart from Cowell!

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Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole and Carmen Electra News

Hi, it’s Wolf Whitzer with a GGN comedy satire newsflash. It has been confirmed that Simon Wolfell has resigned as musical entrepreneur at the Greenygrey because of the behaviour of his human parallel, Simon Cowell.

Simon Cowell X Factor 

Simon Cowell
Simon Cowell (Photo credit: stevegarfield)

Simon Cowell has always been a controversial human parallel for the Greenygrey. His X Factor television series made some people’s dreams come true, but also made fun of many more.

Moreover, it tried to control the charts and influence the music industry to the detriment of many hard working bands.

Simon Cowell Loses G Factor

While Simon Cowell might have the X Factor, and spend his time looking for the X Factor within musical acts, but he has now lost the G Factor.

Cheryl Tweedy
Cover of Cheryl Tweedy

This is because the Cheryl Cole fantasising  fifty-something X-G Factorer got his friend’s wife pregnant while dating Carmen Elektra.

Carmen recently revealed that she found them together, but Cowell claimed they were only friends.

I think forty-something Carmen would be much better off with other British celebrities, such as our very own Marc Latham.

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‘Never good at talking, so many things I couldn’t say
But those thoughts never went away’

Suicidal Tendencies, lyrics in One Too Many Times, off How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can’t Even Smile Today, 1988.

‘So many things we want to say
but we only want to blog once a day.’

Greenygrey, 2012.

 Hi, it’s Simon Wolfell, musical entrepreneur at the Greenygrey. I heard the howl for my services this week, and I think I’ve got the G-Factor, so here I am. I’ll try not to create too much chaos here.

Simon Cowell
Simon Cowell (Photo credit: Yandle)

Yes, we were alerted to Suicidal Tendencies by Marc Latham, when he credited them as an influence in his first poetry collection. As well as trying to escape to the California Dream with bands like Motley Crue and Aerosmith, Marc also used to like the socially conscious lyrics of bands like the Suis, Megadeth and Rose Tattoo. Guns N’ Roses kind of combined the two, like green and grey are combined in Greenygrey.

Zemanta Images Provide Instant Research Ideas

Felix Baumgartner‘s amazing space jump took over yesterday’s blog, postponing my eagerly awaited debut, because I was going to give credit to Zemanta for providing an instant research idea and connection between the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Wizard of Oz.

Enkidu
Enkidu (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Because don’t you think that Gilgamesh carrying Enkidu looks just like Dorothy carrying Toto 4000 years later. We don’t know if Wizard of Oz writer, L. Frank Baum, was aware of the Epic of Gilgamesh, or just thought a dog-sidekick was a good idea for the story, and it’s a coincidence.

Do people like Paris Hilton carrying their toy dogs around unconsciously carry around a little bit of our lost wilderness without knowing it?

Trans Woman with Paris Hilton Dog
Trans Woman with Paris Hilton Dog (Photo credit: athenamat)

We don’t know, like we didn’t know about the possible relevance and connection between Gilgamesh and Enkidu and modern day real and fictional travellers until reading Inside the Neolithic Mind.

So thanks to Zemanta for that image, and provoking another stream of culture and nature travelling twosome thought…

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