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The gold park

A golden Ferrari is symbolic of the money park that is K&C

 

Today, financier and philanthropist Alan Miller spotted a gold metallic Ferrari in Pelham Street. This shiny hunk of metal is symbolic of what a ludicrous money park Kensington and Chelsea has become and of how utterly lacking in taste some of the non-residents of this area now truly are.

 

Tasteful or tacky?
Tasteful or tacky?
The owner of this car could have chosen to have fed the poor of Iraq for many years instead
The owner of this car could have chosen to have fed the poor of Iraq for many years instead
The plate was previously on a red Ferrari
The plate was previously on a red Ferrari

The Ferrari – number plate “F1 IRAK” (which previously was on a more conventional red Ferrari) – should be seen as being an example of all that glitters not being gold. Instead, we’d suggest that it is just a true example of extreme tackiness.

 

The vehicle’s owner should be aware of what they’ve purchased. The only admirers this Ferrari is likely to attract are of the avian kind: Magpies will seek it out in their droves.

 

 

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4 comments on “The gold park”

  1. Knighsbridge is ruined. Arabs smoking their vile shisha pipes along Brompton Rd and Beauchamp Place and Harrods a vile tourist magnet. Only very common, vulgar and very rich foreigners can endure living here.

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