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Nadine Dorries
Wendy and Rocky
Posted Thursday, 13 September 2007 at 11:21

Wendy lives in a one room accommodation - everything was stable and happy until she fell in love and invited homeless Rocky - a complete no hoper - into her life.

Rocky was violent and a pattern of Wendy’s parents throwing Rocky out late at night emerged, but Rocky always came back, frequently sleeping on the floor outside Wendy’s door forcing her to take him back in.

Wendy became pregnant; the violence became worse, Rocky left.

Social services were called in and remedial measures to protect Wendy and her baby put in place, should Rocky return.

Pete arrived in the one room accommodation next door. Wendy, jaded from the experience with Rocky and the exhaustion of being a young mum, wasn’t interested.

Pete kicked in the partition wall, he was insistent. Two single units became one, with a hole in the wall.
Wendy became pregnant again; Pete became violent. When it came time for Pete to leave, Wendy abandoned her children and went with him, this was after having systematically beaten each of her children.

Life on a British council estate? No it’s the goings on in my daughter's rabbit hutch, but you could be forgiven for thinking it was!

Mike H said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
It seems that rabbit society is just as broken as ours. Did you have to refer to one of the recent policy group's reports for the solutions? ;)
Nadine said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
Trust you Mike :-) !
Anonymous said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
Mike makes a serious point. Do you think a 20 carrot-a-week tax break would have helped keep Wendy and Rocky together in the first place?
Anonymous for now said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
Oh, I do love it when Nadine allows the comments to be slightly silly. A few light-hearted responses provide a welcome break, especially after the discussion of a serious issue like yesterday's blog topic.
Ian said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
When a friend told me to read Nadine's blog today 'cause she was rabbitting on as usual'- this wasn't quite what I expected. Did Pete think he had a lot of Doe? Was Wendy passing the Buck? :-)
Jane said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
Let this be a lesson to all you men out there- never trust a female in a fur coat with big ears
John said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
Don't blame it all on the parents, Nadine. You should have vetted all Wendy's boyfriends or at least taken them to one. Poor quality social housing associated with overcrowding, no population control,uncontrolled migration, fathers/mother escaping parental responsibilities,no bunifits. This is what happens after ten years of a Labour Government. Enough to send you hopping mad.:-)
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
All this excitement I'm missing! I've only got a pet llama!!
Anonymous said:
Responded: Thursday, 13 September 2007
Perhaps you should consider getting a tortoise instead- a lot less sex and violence involved.
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