Neighbour loving song that goes 'dun dun dun, dun-dun dun-dun dun dun'

THE RESIDENT of the flat next door likes the song that goes ‘dun dun dun, dun-dun dun-dun dun dun’ so much she is playing it over and over again. 

Leeds resident Emma Bradford’s neighbour recently discovered the piece of music, thought to be a dance hit, and has decided it makes the perfect soundtrack to her life from 8am through to at least 2am.

Bradford said: “It’s admittedly catchy.

“I can’t stop the bit where it goes ‘dun-dun dun-dun’ running through my head, though to be fair it is usually running through my head because I can still hear it.

“Personally I like Oh! You Pretty Things by Bowie, but I have to say I’ve never listened to it repeating on full blast for hours on end, so by that criteria it’s by far the inferior track.”

Neighbour Nikki Hollis said: “I did think I heard someone banging on the wall. Probably next door wanting to know what this brilliant tune I’ve been listening to is called.

“She just needs to Google ‘dun dun dun, dun-dun dun-dun dun dun’ and it should come up.”

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British expats fully integrated into Spanish culture

BRITISH citizens living on the Costa del Sol are now more Spanish than the Spaniards themselves, they have confirmed. 

Residents say stories about English-speaking enclaves of egg and chips are nonsense, with expatriates among the most dedicated connoisseurs of the country’s cuisine, literature, and wine.

58-year-old Tom Booker moved to Spain from Essex 30 years ago because of his love of the novels of Cervantes and the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca, which he used to borrow from Dagenham Library.

He said: “You’ll have to excuse me, it’s such a long time since I spoke English.

“What’s happening over there now? Is Ron Greenwood still England manager? Is Minder still on?

“I wouldn’t know. I spend my days listening to the music of Manuel de Falla and watching bullfights.”

Pensioner Norman Steele said, “Don’t be deceived by my prominent bulldog tattoos. That was the old me.

“Nowadays whenever I’m not cooking authentic tapas, I’m running flamenco workshops specialising in ‘pitos’ or the art of finger snapping.

“Immigrants to the UK could learn a lot from me and my mates over here. We’ve fully integrated. Follow our example.”