Wednesday, 5 May 2010

The need for privacy - and a nerve tonic - at this terrible time

Thanks to all of you who have sent condolences regarding the death of my step-son Tybalt. It came as a terrible shock to us all.

He was a boy with a fine future ahead of him and we are devastated to have lost him in very cruel and violent circumstances. I'm assured that police are doing everything they can at this time.

Obviously, we were hoping that the press would respect the family's privacy, but fat chance of that in this country. One of the things I will *not* miss about Britain when I finally get to move to Australia will be the newspapers and the so-called paperazzi!

My nerves have become quite frazzled by the constant knocking on the door and ringing of the telephone. Luckily I have just the right product to help with that - my Triple Complex Nerve Tonic. This is probably the first time I've been a customer for one of my own products and I have to say I give it a ringing endorsement.

If only the newspapers would write something positive about the work that I do in this regard, calming peoples' nerves -rather than focussing on the murky events of last Monday.


  1. You're aware we have paparazzi over here in Australia, aren't you?

    Anyway, I'd love to try one of the nerve tonics myself, I really need it these days...

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