Busty finds the perfect way to tackle Cannes envy

busty idolOh the sun, the sea and the sex on the beach…Cannes? Nah, Brighton of course. Why go to the Cotes D’Azur when you can have it all here in Sussex and not get badgered by those self-centred agency types looking for a bit of extra-marital?
Not that I have ever been completely against a bit of fun with a married man – after all, they can be very generous you know – but these days I just prefer it when the missus gets involved, too.
Luckily, McKelvey is away again, although to be honest we don’t know where he has gone. I have tried to contact him all week but he always gets a little tetchy during Cannes week.
Of course, back in the day my esteemed boss was the belle of the ball, stumbling around from beach party to beach party, arm in arm with random strangers. But times change and apparently Cannes is a much more serious event these days. Yeah, right.
Even Campaign’s editor in chief seems to be falling out of love with the event, bemoaning the fact that the PR industry – of which her civil partner is a leading light – keep badgering her to meet boring people who work in advertising. Is there any other sort?
Maybe she should take a leaf out of the book of the omnipresent ex-Marketing Week hack Sonoo Singh, who now plies her trade freelancing.
I am sure she has been working very hard but so far this week all I seem to have seen her do is hobnob it with grand old dames – Cilla Snowball, Helen Mirram – and the biggest dame of the lot, Stephen Martincic. Nice work sister.
Not that I am jealous you understand, in fact I did get loads of invites but didn’t want to upset my boss even more. In fact, I am quite relieved I am not in Cannes as I would have definitely made a massive arse of myself by now.
You see, in Brighton, I can do that all day and all night long and no-one notices as everyone else is off their tits anyway…
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