April 17, 2015

Ignorant fools who know no better would like to pretend that Andover is the sort of place where nothing interesting ever happens.

Such people repeatedly visit websites like I Live Here to brand this charming Hampshire town the armp*t of the universe, the a*sehole of the universe, the ******* of the universe and so on.

Such people might like to reflect that Andover boasts an Iron Age museum, close proximity to proper towns like Winchester, Basingstoke and Newbury, branches of several leading banks, shops and supermarkets, and a wide range of thriving local employers including the Ministry of Defence, Stannah Stairlifts, the MOD, Quartermaster General, M.O.D. and RAF Andover.

Such people might also like to consider that Andover is the birthplace of such luminaries as football legend Nigel Spackman, Reg Presley of rock legends The Troggs, and legendary Manfred Mann drummer Mike “The Legend” Hugg.

In reality, Andover is a buzzing hub of energy and creativity. Why, only just the other day local man Jaymz William Charlton Clarke-Tomlinson (surely one of the most original and interesting names in the entire UK) was singled out for his outstanding entrepreneurial enterprise in selling more than 150 completely non-existent motor insurance policies to local people.

Jaymz, 33, recently pled guilty at Southampton Crowd Court to 18 counts of fraud by false representation and one count of forgery following an investigation by crack anti-insurance-fraud squad the iFEDs.

OK, so it might not have been 100% legit, but you can’t blame a man for trying.

With that kind of initiative and entrepreneurial spirit alive and well in SP10, all those t*ssers who talk sh*t about Andover will soon be laughing on the other side of their ******** faces!

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