Partners wins as Busty is knocked over by prosecco van

busty idolI would like to report that today I will be mostly sampling Ladies Day at Aintree, where there is a sea of orange on the pull. Sadly, I haven’t quite made it there yet as I am still recovering from yet another agency leaving do and the only sea I can see, so to speak, is a sea of empty prosecco glasses strewn around my cheap hotel room.
Not that I can’t handle my drink, you understand, but I reckon that sixth bottle was definitely spiked.
In fact, I wasn’t even planning to attend anything last night. I was just roaming the streets of Fitzrovia with my usual gay abandon as I killed time before I could book into my EasyHotel from which I could make an early departure for Scouse-land.
The next thing I knew I had stumbled upon the deliciously handsome Martin “I went to school with Liam Gallagher, you know” Nieri and the team at Partners Andrews Aldridge, who were saying a sad, and, as it transpired, very long farewell good ol’ Snoxy. Whippersnapper Matt Williams was there too, only he wasn’t allowed in the pub due to fact he still looks 12 years old.
Now you might think that I would jump at the chance of spending an evening in the delightful company of such gorgeous men. Chance would be a fine thing, ol’ Snoxy had already done a runner by the time I got there, and Nieri was surrounded by bright young things all flashing their eyelashes at him. And Williams, well, he looks too young, even for me.
Funny enough, received wisdom has it that Steve Aldridge is the agency stud, but not so dear Busty fans, I can exclusively reveal it is Nieri – the man they call the Beast of Burnage – who everyone is in love with.
(Of course, he is a very happily married family man, but that just makes him even more attractive. Not that I would steal another sister’s fella, but if there was a threesome on the cards, I definitely would…)
Anyway, the prosecco flowed and flowed but quite what happened next is anyone’s guess; there was talk of Snoxy’s new venture, coincidentally a Presecco Van, then Cordell Burke turned up fresh from his hols, and then it all goes blank.
I am not too sure I want anyone to fill in the gaps but I am confident it will all come back to me when I get to Aintree, and see my favourite nag – Get On The Yager – romp home in the 4.40pm Doom Bar Sefton Novices’ Hurdle…

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