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Saturday, 19 April 2008

Seek medical attention...

James is in Washington (again) and I am bored, bored, bored. Tonight I have resorted to reading (the au pair) Magda's old copies of Now magazine. Vogue is cover to cover florals - and I am finding it all quite depressing (have you noticed the weather?).

Is anyone else alarmed by Dr Hilary Jones and his problem page? He is starting to sound just like a member of the Roman Catholic clergy...

Dr Hilary's column has an enormous eye-catching photo of Victoria Beckham with the headline "Posh's trousers could give you thrush!" Sweet Dr Hilary, are times that difficult? The mid fifty year old celebrity GP says that "tough fabric can irritate just where you don't want it to and allow thrush to flourish in the warm, moist environment," he then goes into far too much detail for those of us who can actually read...

Really darling?

Let's move on...

I think that it may be time for you yourself to seek treatment. You don't sound too healthy to me.

But then what would I know?

Has anyone noticed where I put the cork screw?

13 comments:

Elsie Button said...

I have to admit, I have always had a bit of a thing for Dr Hilary... he seems so strong and knowledgeable, and god damn handsome

dulwichmum said...

Darling Elsie,

OHMYGOD!!! I completely agree. I have always found authoritive (is that how to spell that word?) men so very attractive. I am now convinced that this tasteless and sensational article was actually written by a minion at Now magazine. Dr Hilary would probably provided them with a far tamer article on the dangers of binge drinking or "casual" relationships.

Nunhead Mum of One said...

Dr Hilary (I'm afraid that I can't take him seriously - perhaps if he were called Derek or Harold but hey....) would most certainly use another word for thrush. Anyone who has sat on the GMTV sofas is far too coy to do anything but!

Darling, David has found a perfect gift for you from one of those you-can't-live-without-everything-pictured catalogue things he so loves to read on a Sunday: a corkscrew on a chain so you can wear it round your neck! We can always swap the chain for a platinum one xx

Potty Mummy said...

But I assumed you only drank champagne DM...

dulwichmum said...

Oh NMoO darling!

I am laughing out loud as I type. I would love to say that this is such an entertaining suggestion, but in fact - would you order me two? I could lose the first one and always wish I had a spare!

Mwah!

Perfect Potty Mummy,

I am strictly a Krug girl on special occasions (birthdays, holidays, Sundays - you get the idea) the rest of the time it is Chablis for me - in a glass the size of a fishbowl!

Bea x

Expatmum said...

I'm sure when Posh gets thrush the entire world will be informed by the launch of a Posh Thrush Cream plus matching underwear set.

aims said...

The sight of Posh just gets me going - period!!

Really - those bowls she crazy-glued onto her chest and the clothing that is so tight that a leg hair that might have been missed when she was last waxed would get ingrown and irritated....Really! What was she thinking? Oh Right! We are talking about Posh here - She doesn't think - she doesn't have anything to think with!

Nunhead Mum of One said...

I've ordered them for you lovely one and we get a free gift too. A set of coasters depicting birds - would you believe that there's one of a thrush?

dulwichmum said...

Darling Expatmum,

and you know that doesn't sound very "posh" at all, now does it? (sigh).

Sweet Aims,

I sometimes wondered when I saw her during her blonde phase - didn't she look like an avatar from second life?

Perfect NMoO,

OHMYGOD!

Jo Beaufoix said...

I am not at all worried as I never wear Posh's trousers.

gaelikaa said...

Tasteless, tasteless, totally tasteless! By the way DM do visit me. You haven't for ages.

zoe said...

When I see pictures of Posh taking her tits out for dinner I just wince. In mid-winter she goes out in the strappiest of dresses while Darling David is suitably dressed in a big overcoat - and Calvin Kleins.

Oh my ....

Hayley said...

I can't imagine ever getting into Posh's trousers. (size 14 pet and happy with it!). As for her having thrush..perish the thought. She's so posh she'd probably arrange for one of her staff to have it for her.