Saturday, July 31, 2021

Small penises and big egos

Reports of what went on at a brash Gstaad party weekend hosted by ASmallworld provides evidence of a gathering of nothing but small penises and big egos

 

Last weekend, the somewhat shrunken social network ASmallWorld hosted a weekend in Gstaad where two-hundred of its remaining members – some as paying guests and others as comps – turned up to party with their fellow “like-minded global citizens”. The champagne – Krug, one would imagine – flowed and one guest, according to The Cut’s Maureen O’Connor, even got his penis out.

 

Small penises and big egos - ASmallWorld Gstaad gathering, December 2015
ASmallWorld Gstaad weekend, December 2015 – The Gstaad Palace was the main location where ASmallWorld members gathered, partied and acted like penises

 

In a report filed Tuesday, O’Connor reported on what happened when a bunch of “majorly wealthy and minorly famous jetsetters go all-out in scenic Gstaad”. “We do it for the pictures”, pointed out one whilst another, Barthelemy d’Ollone, provided O’Connor with the information to educate her readers “about French-society penis sizes” and where to get “the best lay in Paris”. In from New York, Waris Ahluwalia, is listed as having “such an interesting face” whilst a fellow ASmallWorlder, a London based artist named Byron Pritchard, is said to have whipped out his “flaccid penis” so that guests could watch it “wag back and forth”. “How terribly swell” must have come the comments from bemused onlookers in this normally elegant resort.

 

Whilst ASmallWorld’s chief, Sabine Heller, would no doubt describe O’Connor’s article as a hatchet job, the journalist most certainly has a point. When it began and had different management in 2004, ASmallWorld was both fun and useful. As it filled with bankers and social climbers, it lost its way and though its remaining few may now whizz down the mountains on golden sleighs supplied by Jimmy Choo, it’s now actually just a network that’s truly over. May this Facebook for the few rest in luxury.

 

 

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    8 COMMENTS

    1. It was so useful and fun when it started in 2004. When the current owner took over, he changed the ethos and look at the result. I’d rather spend a weekend with Katie Hopkins!

    2. I regret to say I did pay the membership fee when they first started charging. The events I went to were awful. Russian trash and oily posers. Never again.

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