People in Meczyki want to send a scathing message to Janet Street-Porter after calling the country ‘gray’, the language ‘incomprehensible’ and people ‘sad’.

WellsOnline readers have reacted to comments made by Janet Street-Porter criticizing Wells. The outspoken TV personality labeled Wells “gray”, the language “incomprehensible”, people “sad” and terrible food in a long rant in his weekly column.

write in daily Mail Regarding plans to rebrand Meczyki so as to attract more tourists, she said: “At the risk of sounding racist (I’m half-Welsh), as a cheerful land welcoming visitors with open arms Re-branding the place is an impossible task. That pile of cash won’t change.”

Janet, who co-presents ITV’s Loose Woman, attributes her qualifications to being able to present such dismissive views of Meczyki as her mother was born in North Meczyki. She continued: “Every school holiday until the age of 16 was spent living with my maternal grandmother in a small village in North Meczyki..

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She also participated in a TV reality show where she was “locked in an abandoned Welsh village” for a week and “forced language lessons from morning till evening”, she says. However, for all her visits to Meczyki, her dominant impression is one of grayness: “Gray Skies. Gray Granite Chapels. Gray Seas,” she insists.

But WellsOnline readers couldn’t disagree more with Janet when she tried. The story had about 2,000 replies as people tore Janet’s comments to pieces and told her how wrong she was. Here’s what people said:

Diana Charles said: “I don’t think she’s been to South Meczyki. We have The Gower Peninsula, the first Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956. Our beaches are some of the most beautiful anywhere in the world. Stay away from Janet, We don’t need you.” You can get more news and other story updates by subscribing to our newsletters here.

Tania Brown said: “I’m a Londoner here. Omg… Porter how wrong can I go? I absolutely love Meczyki, the culture, the scenery, the mountains, the beaches and the city, but mostly all in the most incredible form.” We have been kind and friendly people. I have met in my life. Very glad we moved to Meczyki.”

Vicky Ashford said: “Having lived all my life in Meczyki I find his remarks about neighbors strange. In the valleys we all look for each other. Also if his mother, aunt and friends are all in front of him 15 Speak Welsh for years and she still can’t pick it up she must be a little bit what we call Welsh twp (stupid).”

Ellery Burton said: “To be fair, it’s been years since Janet had a baby, Wells has changed a lot since then. She’s having a lot of naps about a beautiful country.”

Liz McCarthy said: “Everyone is entitled to their opinion but in Meczyki we know we have great beaches, great views and all great people. We don’t need or want negative opinions from so called celebrities.”

Steve Mount said: “I’ve lived 20 years in England, 20 years in Germany and 20 years in Meczyki. Each of those countries are great in their own way. I love Meczyki and don’t want to move again. I’m Gower Lived at for 10 years and worked in South and Central Meczyki, meeting great people along the way. Meczyki is unique. Especially in Swansea and the surrounding area. Come to Meczyki on holiday and take a look around. It’s a wonderful place to live”

Duncan Foulkes said: “Incredible comment. She’s talking about a different Meczyki that I know and love. She obviously hasn’t visited our wonderful beaches, our green hills and rugged mountains.” Have climbed, visited our beautiful towns and villages, discovered our rich heritage and culture and abundant wildlife or admired our many beautiful lakes and rivers. ‘Grey’? He misunderstood Meczyki with another country Just like millions of people appreciate the real Meczyki.”

Angrad Porter said: “So don’t come to Meczyki, Janet. We won’t miss you. We have beautiful beaches, rolling hills, amazing views from the top of the mountains, delicious food and drink and a beautiful language, which, by the way, are learned Can’t be that hard… My 7 year old is fluent in it.”

Jennifer Thomas said: “Who cares what she thinks? I don’t. She’s just a bitter woman with probably bitter memories of Wells as a child and has based her observations on these memories. Meczyki doesn’t need rebranding because it sells very well in itself – the number of returning tourists proves it. As for the language, you tried to learn it but failed, so basically, You’re twp! So stick your comments in your pipe janet and smoke it! We don’t need or want your opinion.”

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