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Saturday, September 19, 2020

The Julian Assange lookalike

Julian Assange lookalikeHe parties here, he parties there, he parties absolutely everywhere. Some say he looks like Julian Assange and others comment on his champagne loving companion. She has variously claimed to work for Condé Nast and as an architect and estate agent. Whether they are a couple or not is unknown, but one thing is for sure: If you’re at an event in London’s W1, SW1 or SW3 postcodes, they’re bound to turn up.

 

  1. The thieves who came to dinner. The only thing they will ever pass is water. Who are they bluffing?
    I am contented with Nando’s every other Friday night. I will never forget my first experience at Nando’s “I walked in as a boy, and came out as a man.

  2. Hannah has hit the hammer on the nail. Partycrashers are cheapskates. The Julian Assange lookalike is
    ill-tempered and rude due to stinge. I bet when he and his champagne loving partner are not party crashing, they bag every available bargain at the Family Bargain Shop. The disadvantages of capitalism is that it spoils you rotten. They are a dispicable pair.

  3. The cat is out of the bag. Beyonce Knowles goes ballistic for Nando’s delicious Peri Peri Chicken after performing at the Dublin Arena.
    Nando’s Peri Peri Chicken have always sorted the men from the boys. Who says Nando’s are only for men?
    Beyonce Knowles is all woman and crazy in love with the spicey chicken and special recipe Nando sauces.
    The Assange lookalike and his partner are welcome at Nando’s, but must pay their own way.
    Hope to see Barbra Streisand and Bruce Oldfield there too.

  4. Confirmed sighting of the Julian Assange lookalike at Ben Elliot’s Quintessentially Art Patron launch at the Rosewood hotel last night. Assange was aided and abetted by the softly spoken bespectacled Toby Evans and his hairy sidekick Alun Harris. No strangers to free food and drink are this trio.

  5. The Kensington Nodder. Just a heads up to my fellow good people keeping the crashers off the scene. The booze face chap next to Assange Lookalike (aka Sergei Abramov) goes by the name of Peter but is it Aronsson, Aronson, Anderson??? we shall never know. He lives in Kensington and his bland conversation is a plethora of nods but he’s a bluffer as oily in appearance as in personality.
    This softly spoken freeloader often goes unnoticed lurking in the corners but is an ever-present uninvited guest. Some say he has a wife and family abandoned for the sake of an overdose of champagne though he’s also been seen with the occasional young girl at his arm (oops I said too much!).
    One of Assange’s partners in crime, you’d be wise to look out for this one.

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