Radio Two DJ and One Show star Chris Evans has run in with Lymington estate agent when he tried to buy house on Beaulieu River

Bournemouth Echo: Radio DJ Chris Evans falls out with Lymington estate agents Radio DJ Chris Evans falls out with Lymington estate agents

HE is one of Britain’s best-known broadcasters.

But the fame and fortune enjoyed by legendary DJ Chris Evans counted for nothing when he thought about buying a luxury multi-million-pound house in the Hampshire countryside.

The 47-year-old presenter promptly fell foul of a Lymington estate agent he has branded Dummkopf and Co.

In a scene straight out of Fawlty Towers he was told to hand back the brochure by a Mr Angry – only to be chased down the road by the same man, who had realised his mistake and was shouting apologies.

Relating the experience Chris said: “Don’t even think about trying to buy your dream house on the Beaulieu River via a certain estate agent.

“You remember that scene in Pretty Woman where Julia Roberts goes to a store on Rodeo Drive after Richard Gere gives her carte blanche to buy whatever she wants, only for a snooty old battleaxe of a shop assistant to give her short shrift.

“Well, that couldn’t happen in real life, could it. Oh yes...”

Radio Two presenter Chris was on one of his regular visits to Lymington when he saw the house advertised “in the window of Dummkopf and Co”.

He said: “I’ve changed the name to protect the innocent, including the lovely lady who engaged me in a friendly discussion while furnishing me with further details.

“‘Oh that house is as good as I’ve ever seen,’ she enthused.

“As I perused the pages of the glossy brochure I could see exactly what she meant; a huge river frontage, its own private jetty and – get this – not only a wine cellar but a walk-in wine room.

“I liked it immediately and considered requesting a viewing.

So what could go wrong in the next ten seconds? A flustered man stopped me in the road and barked ‘can I help you?’.

“What to cross over? No thanks. I’m 47 years old. Should be fine.

“‘No,’ he said, gesturing towards the brochure. ‘About the house’.

“‘Oh that’s all right,’” I said.

‘The lady’s sorted me out’.

“‘Well can I have your home address then?’ he added, his tone instantly becoming confrontational.

“‘Actually no you can’t,’ I replied.

“‘Well in that case I need my brochure back.’ “Was this guy for real?

“‘OK,’ I said, ‘but that’s the strangest way I’ve ever come across of trying to sell a house.’ “Unperturbed Mr Angry grabbed the brochure back and flounced off.

Cut to 30 seconds later.

“‘Chris, Chris – I’m so sorry. There’s been a misunderstanding. I apologise unreservedly’.

“He was chasing me down the street.

“‘Please go away!’ I whispered. It was all very embarrassing.”

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11:32am Fri 13 Dec 13

High Treason says...

That was a lucky escape for the existing residents.
That was a lucky escape for the existing residents. High Treason

11:36am Fri 13 Dec 13

pirates1 says...

In the words of Julia Roberts...' Big mistake. Big. huge'
In the words of Julia Roberts...' Big mistake. Big. huge' pirates1

11:40am Fri 13 Dec 13

Lucky Rich says...

He he Brilliant, cheered me up reading that...
He he Brilliant, cheered me up reading that... Lucky Rich

11:46am Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Good Evans Above :)
Good Evans Above :) retry69

12:00pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Lord Spring says...

An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.
An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him. Lord Spring

12:14pm Fri 13 Dec 13

speedy231278 says...

Gosh, seems such a newsworthy event when you wake up to discover there's a murder investigation 200 yards from your home!
Gosh, seems such a newsworthy event when you wake up to discover there's a murder investigation 200 yards from your home! speedy231278

12:35pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

speedy231278 wrote:
Gosh, seems such a newsworthy event when you wake up to discover there's a murder investigation 200 yards from your home!
MOVE !!!!!!!!!!! There is a house going in Lymington apparently :)
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Gosh, seems such a newsworthy event when you wake up to discover there's a murder investigation 200 yards from your home![/p][/quote]MOVE !!!!!!!!!!! There is a house going in Lymington apparently :) retry69

12:39pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Lord Spring wrote:
An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.
What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.[/p][/quote]What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :) retry69

12:49pm Fri 13 Dec 13

mookie44 says...

Stuck up estate agents? shocking!
Stuck up estate agents? shocking! mookie44

12:51pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Isosceles says...

As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does? Isosceles

1:03pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Isosceles wrote:
As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Same as he did on Radio One :)
[quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Same as he did on Radio One :) retry69

1:14pm Fri 13 Dec 13

TGFred says...

A perfect example of plagiarism from the Echo. This story has been lifted from one of Chris Evan's recent Motoring pieces that he writes for a national newspaper. It was on their website last week.
A perfect example of plagiarism from the Echo. This story has been lifted from one of Chris Evan's recent Motoring pieces that he writes for a national newspaper. It was on their website last week. TGFred

1:54pm Fri 13 Dec 13

nickynoodah says...

if you don't know what world famous Chris does
you must live under a rock
please slide back under george
if you don't know what world famous Chris does you must live under a rock please slide back under george nickynoodah

1:56pm Fri 13 Dec 13

poshboy says...

Hmmmm I bet that's not the full account of what happened
Hmmmm I bet that's not the full account of what happened poshboy

2:10pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Wackerone says...

retry69 wrote:
Isosceles wrote:
As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Same as he did on Radio One :)
............up his own a**e spouting rubbish.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Same as he did on Radio One :)[/p][/quote]............up his own a**e spouting rubbish. Wackerone

2:13pm Fri 13 Dec 13

scrumpyjack says...

Isosceles wrote:
As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?
[quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does? scrumpyjack

2:16pm Fri 13 Dec 13

bisadave says...

There's only one property fitting that description on right move (and very nice it looks at £15m) with a London agent and a Lymington agent both marketing it.

I'm guessing that as the Echo 'borrowed' the story, they can't really go naming and shaming.

We all make mistakes and this one has made us laugh.
There's only one property fitting that description on right move (and very nice it looks at £15m) with a London agent and a Lymington agent both marketing it. I'm guessing that as the Echo 'borrowed' the story, they can't really go naming and shaming. We all make mistakes and this one has made us laugh. bisadave

2:39pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

scrumpyjack wrote:
Isosceles wrote:
As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?
Cooks things ? :)
[quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?[/p][/quote]Cooks things ? :) retry69

3:14pm Fri 13 Dec 13

scrumpyjack says...

retry69 wrote:
scrumpyjack wrote:
Isosceles wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?
Cooks things ? :)
Oh yeah - I suppose its obvious, a chef, a cooking programme. Thanks.

Perhaps you can tell the other chap what Radio DJ Chris Evans does on Radio 2?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?[/p][/quote]Cooks things ? :)[/p][/quote]Oh yeah - I suppose its obvious, a chef, a cooking programme. Thanks. Perhaps you can tell the other chap what Radio DJ Chris Evans does on Radio 2? scrumpyjack

3:23pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Lord Spring says...

scrumpyjack wrote:
Isosceles wrote:
As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?
Collects classic cars just like Chris Evans
[quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?[/p][/quote]Collects classic cars just like Chris Evans Lord Spring

3:23pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

scrumpyjack wrote:
retry69 wrote:
scrumpyjack wrote:
Isosceles wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?
Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?
Cooks things ? :)
Oh yeah - I suppose its obvious, a chef, a cooking programme. Thanks.

Perhaps you can tell the other chap what Radio DJ Chris Evans does on Radio 2?
Well he doesn't cook,anyway stick to the anti-cycling comments its very entertaining :)
[quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Isosceles[/bold] wrote: As I don't listen to Radio 2, can anyone tell me what this Mr Evans does?[/p][/quote]Yes and I don't watch Saturday Kitchen, so could someone tell me what the chef who presents it does?[/p][/quote]Cooks things ? :)[/p][/quote]Oh yeah - I suppose its obvious, a chef, a cooking programme. Thanks. Perhaps you can tell the other chap what Radio DJ Chris Evans does on Radio 2?[/p][/quote]Well he doesn't cook,anyway stick to the anti-cycling comments its very entertaining :) retry69

3:33pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.
What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)
I have had a word with some folk up North they go by the same name as the man who succeed Clem Atlee some Herbert
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.[/p][/quote]What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)[/p][/quote]I have had a word with some folk up North they go by the same name as the man who succeed Clem Atlee some Herbert Lord Spring

3:41pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.
What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)
I have had a word with some folk up North they go by the same name as the man who succeed Clem Atlee some Herbert
My oh my that forgotten duo of Clement Atlee and Herbert Alpert, what instruments did they plat again ? :)
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.[/p][/quote]What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)[/p][/quote]I have had a word with some folk up North they go by the same name as the man who succeed Clem Atlee some Herbert[/p][/quote]My oh my that forgotten duo of Clement Atlee and Herbert Alpert, what instruments did they plat again ? :) retry69

3:51pm Fri 13 Dec 13

suzigirl says...

At least they didn't come up with the gem "If you have not already sold you cannot view the property"
At least they didn't come up with the gem "If you have not already sold you cannot view the property" suzigirl

3:52pm Fri 13 Dec 13

loftusrod says...

What is the 'story' here?
What is the 'story' here? loftusrod

4:07pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

plat should be play sorry
plat should be play sorry retry69

4:15pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
plat should be play sorry
So you are not perfect then.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: plat should be play sorry[/p][/quote]So you are not perfect then. Lord Spring

4:26pm Fri 13 Dec 13

John T says...

loftusrod wrote:
What is the 'story' here?
Evans only knows!
[quote][p][bold]loftusrod[/bold] wrote: What is the 'story' here?[/p][/quote]Evans only knows! John T

4:29pm Fri 13 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
plat should be play sorry
So you are not perfect then.
GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
RR :)
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: plat should be play sorry[/p][/quote]So you are not perfect then.[/p][/quote]GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR RR :) retry69

5:21pm Fri 13 Dec 13

old duffa says...

the property was 15 milllion
thats £150 to £200 k commision to that agent,down the drain
whoops
wonder if he was the boss or a worker
i would have done the same as chris
hate snotty people
the property was 15 milllion thats £150 to £200 k commision to that agent,down the drain whoops wonder if he was the boss or a worker i would have done the same as chris hate snotty people old duffa

5:27pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Upkeep says...

They`re a snooty lot round Lymington way. Lucky escape Chris.
They`re a snooty lot round Lymington way. Lucky escape Chris. Upkeep

8:48pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Bournemouth Ohec says...

Never ever ever judge someone by their appearance!

There are many very wealthy people who do not dress like they are.

If the story given by Chris Evans is correct that idiot of an estate agent should be given a dressing down (no pun intended).
Never ever ever judge someone by their appearance! There are many very wealthy people who do not dress like they are. If the story given by Chris Evans is correct that idiot of an estate agent should be given a dressing down (no pun intended). Bournemouth Ohec

8:50pm Fri 13 Dec 13

ashleycross says...

How rude not to address him as Mr Evans.
How rude not to address him as Mr Evans. ashleycross

8:51pm Fri 13 Dec 13

O'Reilly says...

A 'Ratner' moment ... I do know Chris Evans is a Warrington lad who has done well for himself....Rejoice!!
!!!
A 'Ratner' moment ... I do know Chris Evans is a Warrington lad who has done well for himself....Rejoice!! !!! O'Reilly

9:01pm Fri 13 Dec 13

O'Reilly says...

retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.
What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)
Sadly you would need more than that to resurrect the old place......Check out the Thatched House....they seem to know how to make a pub work.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: An estate agent looses out on commission , shall we have a whip round for him.[/p][/quote]What about you and I go 50/50 on the Ensbury Pub, we would make a mint with your contacts and my outrageous ideas,good venue for an old fashioned Pantomime,what say you old bean :)[/p][/quote]Sadly you would need more than that to resurrect the old place......Check out the Thatched House....they seem to know how to make a pub work. O'Reilly

9:22pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Janet56 says...

A good estate agent will always want details of anybody viewing a house. Sometimes a seller will wish the estate agent to conduct the viewings. Asking Mr Evans for his details prior to him viewing the house was not inappropriate. However, I do understand that if Mr Evans merely wished to have a look from the outside then that is another matter. The estate agent I feel was just doing his job properly. He is after all being asked to sell what is probably the most valuable asset anybody can own - your home and he needs to find exactly who that person is.
A good estate agent will always want details of anybody viewing a house. Sometimes a seller will wish the estate agent to conduct the viewings. Asking Mr Evans for his details prior to him viewing the house was not inappropriate. However, I do understand that if Mr Evans merely wished to have a look from the outside then that is another matter. The estate agent I feel was just doing his job properly. He is after all being asked to sell what is probably the most valuable asset anybody can own - your home and he needs to find exactly who that person is. Janet56

9:48pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Bob49 says...

Gosh what a thrilling story ... and to think I have been missing this kind of riveting action all these years

I shouldn't imagine anyone else has had such an exciting experience as this for a long while, if not ever.
Gosh what a thrilling story ... and to think I have been missing this kind of riveting action all these years I shouldn't imagine anyone else has had such an exciting experience as this for a long while, if not ever. Bob49

10:24pm Fri 13 Dec 13

sprintervanman says...

If you have ever met Chris Evans at car fest events and had the chance to to have a chat with the guy,you would realise he is pretty down to earth for someone of his financial stature.I could very much see him walking away in embarrassment at such a scene rather than as he could have done make a drama out of it with the 'do you know who I am' attitude of some in the lime light wanabee's.The Gent has never done me any harm and always seems approachable.
If you have ever met Chris Evans at car fest events and had the chance to to have a chat with the guy,you would realise he is pretty down to earth for someone of his financial stature.I could very much see him walking away in embarrassment at such a scene rather than as he could have done make a drama out of it with the 'do you know who I am' attitude of some in the lime light wanabee's.The Gent has never done me any harm and always seems approachable. sprintervanman

10:27pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Tango Charlie says...

Well, he does have a boat moored in Lymington harbor. Big one at that.
Well, he does have a boat moored in Lymington harbor. Big one at that. Tango Charlie

7:12am Sat 14 Dec 13

Tripod says...

That's good news, I have a friend in Southampton who's looking for a job, I'll get Him to send in His CV before they advertise.
That's good news, I have a friend in Southampton who's looking for a job, I'll get Him to send in His CV before they advertise. Tripod

8:36am Sat 14 Dec 13

chridrum says...

Brilliant, Chris is often around Lymington and it's well known that he is looking for a house in the area. Just shows how rubbish estate agents are.
I know of other high profile clients who have been refused viewings of such properties because their agents are sent to check them out first.
Difficult one for the agents as they have to vet clients but not recognising Chris Evans - HUGE MISTAKE
If it's your house then I suggest you tweet Chris and arrange a private viewing cut out the agent.
Brilliant, Chris is often around Lymington and it's well known that he is looking for a house in the area. Just shows how rubbish estate agents are. I know of other high profile clients who have been refused viewings of such properties because their agents are sent to check them out first. Difficult one for the agents as they have to vet clients but not recognising Chris Evans - HUGE MISTAKE If it's your house then I suggest you tweet Chris and arrange a private viewing cut out the agent. chridrum

10:01am Sat 14 Dec 13

4stands says...

Estate agents = Money for old rope !!, a window, a camera, photocopier, a bit of eye candy, thats all you need - think I'll have a go
Estate agents = Money for old rope !!, a window, a camera, photocopier, a bit of eye candy, thats all you need - think I'll have a go 4stands

10:40am Sat 14 Dec 13

bisadave says...

Janet56 wrote:
A good estate agent will always want details of anybody viewing a house. Sometimes a seller will wish the estate agent to conduct the viewings. Asking Mr Evans for his details prior to him viewing the house was not inappropriate. However, I do understand that if Mr Evans merely wished to have a look from the outside then that is another matter. The estate agent I feel was just doing his job properly. He is after all being asked to sell what is probably the most valuable asset anybody can own - your home and he needs to find exactly who that person is.
I don't think he was off to view on his own, he just wanted to read the brochure - which the agent didn't want him to have.

No agent in his right mind would let anyone view a property unaccompanied without taking a few details first. With this property, I would expect the vendor to have insisted that viewers were vetted in some way

What we have here is an agent not wanting to even hand out the brochure to 'the wrong person'. Maybe it was his last copy?
[quote][p][bold]Janet56[/bold] wrote: A good estate agent will always want details of anybody viewing a house. Sometimes a seller will wish the estate agent to conduct the viewings. Asking Mr Evans for his details prior to him viewing the house was not inappropriate. However, I do understand that if Mr Evans merely wished to have a look from the outside then that is another matter. The estate agent I feel was just doing his job properly. He is after all being asked to sell what is probably the most valuable asset anybody can own - your home and he needs to find exactly who that person is.[/p][/quote]I don't think he was off to view on his own, he just wanted to read the brochure - which the agent didn't want him to have. No agent in his right mind would let anyone view a property unaccompanied without taking a few details first. With this property, I would expect the vendor to have insisted that viewers were vetted in some way What we have here is an agent not wanting to even hand out the brochure to 'the wrong person'. Maybe it was his last copy? bisadave

5:14pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Punkey says...

Good on you Chris. You don't want to live there, I have a nice flat for sale in Boscombe & the people are down to earth lol
Good on you Chris. You don't want to live there, I have a nice flat for sale in Boscombe & the people are down to earth lol Punkey

7:02pm Sat 14 Dec 13

cheeriedriteup says...

Punkey wrote:
Good on you Chris. You don't want to live there, I have a nice flat for sale in Boscombe & the people are down to earth lol
Is it near his old pal gazza?
[quote][p][bold]Punkey[/bold] wrote: Good on you Chris. You don't want to live there, I have a nice flat for sale in Boscombe & the people are down to earth lol[/p][/quote]Is it near his old pal gazza? cheeriedriteup

11:16pm Sat 14 Dec 13

elfinia says...

ugh...we,d have had to listen to him on radio 2 boasting about his new house.
ugh...we,d have had to listen to him on radio 2 boasting about his new house. elfinia

11:56pm Sat 14 Dec 13

spyinthesky says...

Lymington is snooty and ruff as at night. The estate agents are all and I mean all are stuck up there own behinds except for Burkmar, Believe me Fox, Pebble and the ones with double barrel names are just unbelievable! Lymington is in tidal bubble of snobbery with scum on top.

Stay away Chris with Pennington Efford way and Hythe up the road. Move to Sandbanks far better restaurants, marinas and its the home of Sunseeker. Lots of exclusive roads and the back of our harbour is perfect for peace and quiet away from lenses.
Lymington is snooty and ruff as at night. The estate agents are all and I mean all are stuck up there own behinds except for Burkmar, Believe me Fox, Pebble and the ones with double barrel names are just unbelievable! Lymington is in tidal bubble of snobbery with scum on top. Stay away Chris with Pennington Efford way and Hythe up the road. Move to Sandbanks far better restaurants, marinas and its the home of Sunseeker. Lots of exclusive roads and the back of our harbour is perfect for peace and quiet away from lenses. spyinthesky

10:12am Mon 16 Dec 13

Stereotyped says...

elfinia wrote:
ugh...we,d have had to listen to him on radio 2 boasting about his new house.
Really? I didn't realise that Radio 2 HAD to be listened to. Pretty sure you can choose what you listen to.

Good on him, I say. Bet the agent found out who he was after he initially insulted him...
[quote][p][bold]elfinia[/bold] wrote: ugh...we,d have had to listen to him on radio 2 boasting about his new house.[/p][/quote]Really? I didn't realise that Radio 2 HAD to be listened to. Pretty sure you can choose what you listen to. Good on him, I say. Bet the agent found out who he was after he initially insulted him... Stereotyped

10:38am Mon 16 Dec 13

weevie says...

I'm not sure you CAN insult someone with such a loud mouth and silly tufted, dyed hair.
I'm not sure you CAN insult someone with such a loud mouth and silly tufted, dyed hair. weevie

11:59am Mon 16 Dec 13

retry69 says...

Jealousy is a terrible emotion :)
Jealousy is a terrible emotion :) retry69

1:25pm Tue 17 Dec 13

JackJohnson says...

nickynoodah wrote:
if you don't know what world famous Chris does
you must live under a rock
please slide back under george
Or have taste.
[quote][p][bold]nickynoodah[/bold] wrote: if you don't know what world famous Chris does you must live under a rock please slide back under george[/p][/quote]Or have taste. JackJohnson

12:44pm Wed 18 Dec 13

saynomore says...

Best laugh i have had all day,what a prat the estate agent is,what has the vendor got to say i wonder,i would certainly dump this firm like a hot potato if it were me.
Best laugh i have had all day,what a prat the estate agent is,what has the vendor got to say i wonder,i would certainly dump this firm like a hot potato if it were me. saynomore

5:26pm Wed 18 Dec 13

skydriver says...

What a self opinionated twit Evens is, so why should he be recognised , he is only a radio DJ does that make him special, NO.
What a self opinionated twit Evens is, so why should he be recognised , he is only a radio DJ does that make him special, NO. skydriver

12:20pm Thu 26 Dec 13

kalebmoledirt says...

Estate agency is an industry created as a charity for the unemployable.this particular pudding should try politics next.Could help The Clegg boy and Vinni communicate with the electorate
Estate agency is an industry created as a charity for the unemployable.this particular pudding should try politics next.Could help The Clegg boy and Vinni communicate with the electorate kalebmoledirt

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