|Dude, like seriously tho', whit the fuck?|
Worried fans of Irvine Walsh, author the best selling novel, Trainspotting, and other books that were less best-selling, issued a heart felt plea for a fund-raising effort to help a clearly-cash starved author.
The call came when a picture emerged of Walsh dressed a shirt clearly made out of his grannie's old curtains.
Professor Beaker of: Edinburgh's Centre For The Study Of Gadgies Fae Leith told The JT: "Its quite clear from the harrowing evidence shown that Mr Walsh is in reduced circumstances. Apart from stealing his grannie's front-room curtains, first put up in 1972, reports indicate that he is desperately fabricating a pair of loon pants made of those lace-doillie things one's grannie insisted in draping all over her best chairs. And the settee as well."