We've really enjoyed CondoHype's! writing these past few months. If I could write with half the wit or vocabulary of he/she, I might get the traffic of Victoria's Truth. Alas, I don't. None-the-less, in honour of CondoHype, I give you this attempt at satire:
Radius Reality: Episode One...
You may not be able to read it, but Radius promises an episode of Melrose Place if you only buy a unit in the "village" where beautiful, sexy, successful singles (some being politically-correct single parents) own. Note the way people look at each other: men look at younger women, women look emotional, and the add speculates on "connections" with your neighbours--ah, the old village euphemism rears its ugly head. Last I heard, people buy a roof over their heads because they need shelter not a dating service: talk about a new wave of post-materialist values. (And you can get free dating sites on the Internet)
Wow, this ad promises you childcare, an exercise facility and ample opportunities to check out "hot chicks" riding Segways in those "new" tight jean styles. And at a $250,000 "starting" price, Radius can only be targeting the First Time Buyer and those that must choose between owning a house and owning a car. Don't worry, another ad espouses the non-need that owning a car will be if you live at Radius.
I don't think Ms. HHV would appreciate me addressing the blatant sexism going on in this ad, so I won't. I didn't think this kind of advertising would invade sleepy, old, target the boomers Victoria.