It’s with great joy that I can now announce the unveiling of a statue to commemorate my life’s work and achievements. It has been carved from stone and then coloured exquisitely by a team of master craftsmen from Madame Tussaud’s in order to create a lifelike rendering of my own handsome and stylish body.
Please feel free to use the comments thread below this post to discuss all the wonderful things I have done and the many reasons you admire me.
10 comments on “Immortalised in stone”
Handsome and stylish? Haha.
I noticed that they have neglected to put your name on. Is this because everyone automatically knows who you are?
Yes. We discussed it and decided there was no need to clutter the pedestal with writing when everyone would recognise me. It would just distract people from looking at my face.
I assume that Elena’s laugh was a laugh of complete agreement.
It’s the kind of laugh that can only mean one thing; a bunga bunga party.
Also, she agrees with you like erm a million per cent.
Thanks mate. You’ve totally got my back, mate.
Yes, complete agreement. One can only wish to be as stylish as Chris.
Ian, don’t you wish to be as stylish as Chris? (My phone tried to autocorrect that to Christ).
That does pose some interesting questions, such as could I be as stylish as Christ? I don’t think it would be blasphemous to say he patented the socks and sandals look which is still going strongly although not with me personally.
As stylish as Chris? No.
You should definitely get yourself in socks and sandals. A nice Argyll diamond-pattern sock paired with a pair of battered Birkenstocks is so you.
I think it’s also high time you got some corduroy in your wardrobe.
Chris if you ever wear socks and sandals we are over.
Ian may wear them to his heart’s content. I feel they look best with corduroy.
Yay I can wear what I want. I’m going out to buy a cape when I’ve finished posting this.