Photo: shows our party room at The Ritz on Piccadilly. Hope its hip enough for you all.

Ascot may only be a few days but, our marathon horse race just keeps on going with the 20,000 mark just passed.

To celebrate we are inviting all readers and especially those who comment regularly, to a party at the Ritz on September the 31st, 2007. We will send a limo to your home and for overseas clients a private jet will be provided.

Copious amounts of champagne and caviar will accompany the dancing girls, flown in from all over the world. Entertainment will be provided by David Bowie (flying over from Manhattan).

The following day we will all have the chance to zoom around the Silverstone race circuit for a little light afternoon fun. And then its off to Pete’s allotment for a BBQ of alligator steaks, with Italian mushrooms.

Don’t worry, emissions will be offset by planting a forest around the White House. Your partying is safe with us.

RSVP by the 31st June. 🙂

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6 Responses to 20,000

  1. Pete Smith says:

    Is that what they mean by ‘The elephant in the corner’?

    20,000 what, by the way?

  2. the Grit says:

    Hi y’all,

    Congratulations, and count me in on the party. However, I would suggest that you appoint me as your consultant on BBQ, since I suspect you are out of your league in this area 🙂

    Yea Haw!

    the Grit

  3. matt says:

    Views old boy, views. That funny graph thing.

    Grit, certainly sir, the BBQ is yours; (I hope the picture is of a good likeness) 🙂

  4. the Grit says:

    Hi Matt,

    Close, but I have lost an a whole lot of weight in the last year, and, while my bald spot is winning the war of attrition, I haven’t summoned the courage to shave the rest off, yet. Another year or two, with luck 😉

    the Grit

  5. matt says:

    Well, he is a Texan.

    It’s the boot into the fire attitude that caught my eye. We need a man who knows how to handle his alligator steaks after all. 😉

  6. the Grit says:

    Hi Matt,

    Whatever the meat, if it’s a cheap cut, slow and low is the way to go. In that situation, I am you man. As to cooking alligator, while a lack of experience has never slowed me down in the past, I must admit, that the same will most likely hold true for the future;) If you are man enough to skin it, I’m man enough to barbecue it! Although, as you probably expect, I’ve been told it tastes like chicken.

    the Grit

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