Much like James Stewart in Vertigo has a type, i also have a type : hoity toity brainy birds who work on fairly obscure shows on BBC digital channels.
When you're young and thinking about the qualties the chick you'd potentially want to wife up should possess it basically boils down to these two deal-breakers : will she take it up the arse every once in a while and if she won't go the route of the c-section will she still give head after she's squeezed out a few kids and turned her horizontal Rio Ferdinand's mouth regular pussy into a Sarlacc Pitt from Return Of The Jedi-ish gaping casm?
Before babies :
After babies :
But as a gangster of love matures into a gentleman of sophisticated tastes his priorities change and he just wants a potential wifey who'll be able to answer all the maths questions during pub quizzes or fix his laptop to get his computer 'puting after he's riddled it with viruses trying to download episodes of Herman's Head from some dodgy Russian tv site and who better to fullfil these tasks than Kate Russell from BBC news technology show Click?
Here at The Martorialist we've been fans of Kate since the days when she used to host Chips With Everything on the long moribund Sky channel .TV and would spend the show rolling her eyes and making sarcastic remarks at the expense of the computer specialist experts (translation : a bunch of blokes who used to review games like Treasure Island Dizzy, Rock Star Ate My Hamster etc for computer game mags during the eighties and early nineties) there to answer the questions.
Nowadays Kate has her own segment on Click, which is essential sunday morning viewing when you're feeling like death warmed up and your body is leaking ungodly smells from every orifice, where she shines light on various websites across the 'net suggested by viewers of the show, so i'm gonna email her a link to this post hoping she'll spread some love in this direction and give me a shout-out on tv. Where's the love, Kate?
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