DIARY: Valentine’s fall-out 2: Brett’s top of the tottie but where was Nick?

Oh dear, what have we done? Our Valentine’s day top tottie selection has unleashed a veritable torrent of lust throughout the industry. Judging by the relative paucity of new names, and the bag of fan mail for the Campaign’s staff’s own list, we appear to have got our choice largely right.

Oh dear, what have we done? Our Valentine’s day top tottie selection has

unleashed a veritable torrent of lust throughout the industry. Judging

by the relative paucity of new names, and the bag of fan mail for the

Campaign’s staff’s own list, we appear to have got our choice largely

right.



All the blatant longing has come from women, natch, ’cos men couldn’t

write in for fear of being deemed politically incorrect. So, if Vince

Squibb would like to get in touch, we could solve his problems on

Saturday nights (providing he’s single - we’re a prudish lot over here).

And, we have solved the mystery of why Gallaher followed the boys to M&C

Saatchi: the client has got the hots for the entire agency.



What other explanation could there be for Christine Barrass’s fawning

letter, demanding the inclusion of ‘cuddly, brown little Nick Hurrell’

who’s ‘the one to wrap up with on a cold winter’s evening’, not the

‘male ice-maiden’, Moray MacLennan. ‘PS Charlie’s not bad either,’ ended

this sick, sick note.



Best of all, if that young Brett Gosper wants to give us a call, he’ll

find that we have the most brazen of all invitations (and from the staid

world of Pearson, at that) complete with saucy photos. Which should wind

up Brett’s current (work) partner, Mark Wnek.



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