Thursday, June 24, 2010

Broadstairs Or Bust

In case you missed Location, Location, Location's visit to Boredstares tonight, just click on my pic to go to Channel 4 On Demand, where you can have your fill of Phil and Kirstie, the Ant and Dec of estate agency. Except it's easier to tell them apart as one's bald and adenoidal, while the other's fat and female.

It was really only the dad of the house-hunting family who insisted that it was the Dickensians' Playground or nothing. Actually, he seemed far too gay to be a father of three, and all five of them seemed much more interesting than the usual tattooed, perma-tanned builders and builders' WAGs you see on the east side. So the fixation with Broadstairs was a bit of a mystery.

In the end, though, they settled on a five bed semi in Kingsgate. Until the gay dad pulled out on Phil at the very last moment. Thus, er, proving my point, methinks.

26 comments:

Lucy Mail said...

The cum shot is quite important in any form of entertainment, isn't it?
Without that, we'd have to imagine the ending, which isn't what people pay their £145 license fee to be able to subscribe to Sky for £480 a year, to watch, is it!

Richard Eastcliff said...

Quite. Phil didn't look too happy about being blown out.

As for Sky, Murdoch can shove it up his arse. Where it would go nicely with his cancerous prostate.

Retired said...

I think Lucy in the end he could not summon up the deposit.

Lucy Mail said...

I must confess that when I bought my first property, I couldn't summon up the deposit either.
I had to borrow that from the bank, taking out a further advance on the mortgage, for 'home improvements', some six months down the line, as it worked out a Hell of a lot cheaper than taking out a 100% mortgage in the first place.

Tangential enough for you Ricky, or should I make up something about police brutality against Sue Ryder, to spice it up a bit?

Anonymous said...

Sue Ryder was once a cadet in Thanet along with Thor and a guy called Garland Plan. A matron was killed, a generator failed and the police are all MASONS. (Some or all of this could be a hyperlink.)

If you get this you read the blogs too much.

Bluenote said...

I thought Phil had an ex RAF, possibly equipment branch but certainly more penguin than rockape, look about him. Even made references to courts martial but then it could just have come from his choice of video games.

kittenchunks said...

Yes well, all this Broadstairs-bashing is very predictable, but we've got a ceremonial Viking burning ship and flaming archers on Saturday night on Viking Bay. And fireworks. So nur-nur-na-nur nur!

Though I must agree, with all the peroxide and spray-tans in the Dickensian Playground, I'm a little worried the whole bloody town'll go up!

Bluenote said...

The perma-tanned builders with peroxide blonde totty in tow currently terrorising the elderly in Broadstairs are from Essex. Spotted them yesterday on Bromstone Road so look out for your aged relatives.

Anonymous said...

hate the programme. hate the presenters. Never watch it.

Bluenote said...

Silly question but how then do you know it is that bad? Kirsty is, after all, the thinking man's crumpet.

Anonymous said...

I think she's a silly cow. I guess I'm not much of a thinker?

Retired said...

Poor Sue eh Lucy ?

Retired said...

Poor Sue's husband eh Lucy ?

Retired said...

NHS security of electrical supply regs introducing bespoke liaison for supply of generators

Bluenote said...

Retired, I looked up your links but hardly scintillating stuff, what? Am I missing something here or do you just enjoy boring websites?

Lucy Mail said...

Rickypedia, you are the weakest link!

Where's Anne Robinson when you need her?

Anonymous said...

anon again!
If you live in Thanet you have to live in either Boredstairs or Birchington! 3rd best is Ramsgate, 4th Westgate, 5th(with nul point) is Margate.
So, outlander's, DFL's, if you are looking to buy....
the Town's name must begin with the letter 'B'

Anonymous said...

Actually the better areas in Thanet tend to start with 'M': Minster, Monkton, Minnis Bay & Manston.

Anonymous said...

Bluenote, it may excite you to know that Kirsty is just as bossy in real life as she is on the screen. I watched her in fine form in Peter Jones in London one day with both the two friends she was with and the assistants - a very schoolma'am-ish approach. Personally, I have always fancied Phil rather than Kirsty - if only he were gay...

Bluenote said...

Thanks, 8:21, don't you just love a beefy, bossy woman! On second thoughts, maybe you don't, but I am sure you catch my drift. Guess you must have been turned on a bit by the dad who wanted Broadstairs otherwise he would throw his toys out of the pram!

Peter Checksfield said...

Kirstie (correct spelling) is OK, but give me Sarah Beeny from 'Property Ladder' any day!

Anonymous said...

on what planet is Kirsty fat? Seriously she's just a normal sized woman with curves for god's sake.

Anonymous said...

On what planet did someone say Kirsty / Kirstee is fat? Presumably you're the same person who also "read" that someone hates benders...

Dick Rubin said...

Peter.......damn, Kirsty and Sarah getting it on. I default now to Lucy's comment.

Anonymous said...

No, Bluenote, the dad in the family did nothing for me. I prefer big and beefy too! I certainly agree with ECR though, and, with a well-honed "gaydar" also believe that dad was someone who has, shall we say, varied tastes. As for Kirstie and Phil, not only did they try to pass Westbrook off as Broadstairs, but they also tried to persuade the other featured couple that Rainham was Maidstone!

Anonymous said...

Bluenote, I am, fortunately not a man, thinking or otherwise. I am, however someone of discerning viewing taste. Hence:hate the programme, hate the presenters, never watch it.