Busty spills the beans on nipping out for coffee

busty idolEver wondered why your boss keeps nipping out for a meeting in the afternoon? Well, wonder no more dear Busty fans, it is almost certain that he or she has got a bit on the side.
That’s right folks, those lovely people who have just revealed that High Wycombe – of all places – is the hanky panky capital of the UK, say 65% of its members meet during work hours, with most popular time to sneak out for an affair during the working day being between 4pm and 6pm. It brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “I’m just popping out for a dirty chai latte.”
As a spokesman for yes, you guessed it, illicitencounters.com, said: “Those ‘meetings’ that your manager attends out of the office at random hours during the day? Maybe they’re not the sort of meetings that you think they are. With familial responsibilities during evenings and weekends, the working day is the least suspicious and easiest time to sneak out for an affair.”
And if they drive a VW, Mercedes, Audi or BMW, apparently that increases the likelihood of them playing away even more. As our man added: “It’s a match made in heaven. VW recently became infamous for cheating emissions tests, and it turns out the people who drive their cars aren’t averse to a bit of cheating themselves – it’s all very fitting. VW is no longer the car of the people, but the car of the adulterer.”
Talking of going missing, I was cheered to read that Royal Mail MarketReach are sponsoring a great cause by trying to get agencies and clients to sign up for Missing People alerts.
However, the irony of the move will not be lost on some. After all, isn’t this the same company which managed to lose the one and only Robert “Charming. Persuasive. Motivating. And for once I’m not talking about myself” Senior, when he disappeared without trace from its own Mailmen ad campaign…

You can also follow Busty on Twitter @BustyIdol

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