Love @ Brockley

As we recently cautioned in our posting about the BC code of conduct a blog can be a powerful force for good or evil, depending on who wields it. Judge for yourself which side of the line Richard Elliot's blog falls, when he audaciously uses an interesting review of La Querce to retrospectively proposition a female diner, who he appreciated more than the ravioli.

We're happy to help spread the word for him, although we suggest that his romantic efforts are somewhat undermined by the photo below, in which he's pictured stripped to his black socks for a massage.

Good luck Richard, Brockley needs more young families.

6 comments:

Brockley Jon said...

Good luck with that Richard. I'd say you're chances are slim, but anyone who's anyone in Brockley reads this blog, so perhaps you might be lucky. Could also try the Facebook group!

This could be a job for Brockley Central's very own problem page writer, matchmaker and totty-spotter, Kate. Where art thou!?

Richard Elliot said...

I always make sure I adhere to the code of conduct on this site and I don't think my page goes to far over the line either!

Jon - thanks for the suggestions, but I'm not about to go stalking anyone.....

Does this mean my invite to the next Brockley Central drinks has gone out the window......

Richard Elliot said...

I always make sure I adhere to the code of conduct on this site and I don't think my page goes to far over the line either!

Jon - thanks for the suggestions, but I'm not about to go stalking anyone.....

Does this mean my invite to the next Brockley Central drinks has gone out the window......

Brockley Nick said...

On the contrary, it could make you a major draw at the next one. The last drinks night was a little low on eligible bachelors.

James said...

Oh dear Richard,

There's no good (or unfunny) way of saying this but I'm afraid you've left yourself open to some accidental cradle-snatching. It transpires that your unrequited restaurant love is most probably my friend's (albeit mature looking) 16 year old sister-in-law.

Now I know Nick is encouraging young families in Brockley but this is taking things a bit far!!

The biggest slice of irony pie has to be that all of this comes in the aftermath of BC's recently (and admirably) enforced Code of Conduct. I think you had both go and study the Code at great length.

Tut tut

Richard Elliot said...

Ha, ha!

I think I remember the table that you mean with the really young people on it. And no, it was not them........

Oh to become the ridicule of Brockley. I might have to move out like Hugh.......

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