Thursday, 30 August 2007

IT'S A HIT!!!!


Yes! It's selling like hot-cakes! Early indications show a land-slide victory for The Hampstead Village Voice! Old ladies have been complaining about our "WELL WALK BROTHEL SHOKKA" billboards outside Hampstead's newsagents. Apparently even more people have been asking for the exact address of the alledged bordello!!! Others have been complaining about the £2 squid price tag of Hampstead's best and only satirical magazine. And we say, if they don't like it, they can go and spend £3.20 on a skinny latte with an extra shot of espresso at Arsefcuks and read that!!!! Tossers! The Hampstead Village Voice is now in all good Hampstead newsagents! Yes siree Bob! So what are you waiting for? Dash out and get your copy now! See yaw'll at the launch!

4 comments:

Flask Walker said...

Flask Walker? Shuerly a typo there someone....anyhooooo

I laughed until I stopped. More jokes in it than Mr Steele's price list.

Don't forget to ask Tesco for a full page ad for next issue, just to show they are 'good sports'. It might just work.......

Talking of which - how often is your Organ going to be published?

Anonymous said...

Tut tut Basty. Don't you know that every one of these Hampstead papers just dies after a few issues?

Anonymous said...

Sorry to be negative but for £2, there's very little to read. Yes, of course we all miss Hampstead in the '70s and yes, we all hate the mass of estate agents but that doesn't warrant an entire magazine. Instead of paranoid nimbyism why don't you accept that everywhere changes and that whilst we must welome change, we should also be grateful that much of the fabric of the village remains untouched and protected.

This could be a lot better ... and should be for £2.

Bratwurst said...

I think The Hampstead Village Voice is OK, or even good! I've lived in Hampstead for 4 years 2 months now. I remember shopping at Hampstead Food Hall, but on recent visits to Tesco which has replaced it, I haven't found anything much I wanted to buy. It's interesting trying to work out where the boundaries of Hampstead lie. Does anyone know what is or isn't in Swiss Cottage? Hardly anything at all, it seems. It's a pity it now seems impossible to buy Bratwurst sausages in Hampstead or anywhere except branches of Lidl unless anyone out there knows different.