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Debt, Glorious Debt

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted May 01, 2018
Debt, Glorious Debt
Debt: They want you in their pocket. © Ignatius Rake

Singing cabbie and R&H taxi columnist Sherbet Trotter tackles the thorny issue of debt in his latest glorious ditty.


It bloody sucks but sadly it's very much a part of life in today's broken Blighty.

Fortunately, though, Rake &Herald taxi columnist Sherbet Trotter is here to help sing the blues away and steer you through this miserable modern malaise.

Take it away, Sherbet Trotter…

Cheque's in the post, yeah?

Bit short of cash at the mo, see.

See also Cowboy Builders, posted 5/4/18.

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Sherbet Trotter is a Newquay, Cornwall-based taxi driver who writes books, films and songs and who gave that Rake bloke a lift the other day. We liked the cut of his jib so we immediately gave him a column.

Sandi Toxic was raised by wolves inside a disused clay pit near Lanjeth. You can befriend her on FaceBook here. She is still quite feral.

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