Wednesday, February 23, 2011

B.O. Smash 'n' Grab Developers reveals NEW Standard Quay!

G'day all! Buff Staysail here, Buff by name and Buff by nature!!

Well JP really did it with that last post. There was I all lined up with the contract to develop Faversham Creek's Standard Quay when that pom let the cat out the bag.

No worries! Buff Enterprises has already restructured after a late night VC telecon and relaunched as the Buff O'Docker Smash 'n' Grab Developers Inc. Ltd.

Yup, after a networking event involving many a beer with O'Docker, we have a merger!! Buff's now got his contact network locked into ol' Silicon Valley, home of the billionaires!!

And we can exclusively give readers of this blog first pick of the apartments in these prestigious new blocks - artist's impression above - so register now!!

For a small deposit of just $ 10,000 (*) you can ensure that you'll have views over the Swale mud flats! Just 68 minutes from the world's top shopping city and everything else that London can offer!!!

You'd be mad to turn this down!! A limited offer with just 4,000 apartments available - don't be disappointed, cough up invest now!! And the first ten to register for the Super Quay will get a free (**) hat!!

This is Buff Staysail, CEO of B.O. Smash 'n' Grab Developers Inc Ltd, over and out!!

(*) non-refundable, make payable to B.O. Smash 'n' Grab Developers Inc. Ltd. Completion subject to successful financing, purchasing of land, planning permission, being basically bothered to do anything about it etc etc. T&Cs apply - consult a financial adviser first and don't blame us for anything!!
(**) to be confirmed


C. Gaddafi said...

I am very interested in this as I am looking for a new direction but is there space for all my camels?

Buff Staysail said...

No problems CG!! Underground camel space with every apartment!!

O Docker said...

Now, that's what I'm talking about, Buff.

I knew a few California developers could instantly transform the profitability of such an underused site.

I told you this could be done without disturbing the aesthetic appeal of the original boatlot, or whatever that was.