It's also the first soundtrack album nomination at the Mercury as the music forms the background to a gritty film about a lack of etiquette on something called council estates, almost certainly mirrored by a decline in pipe-smoking, waistcoat-wearing and the use of butlers.
The Daily Slap is right behind Mr Drew's attempts to highlight the problems of the inner city and has indeed offered to sponsor a trouser press for public use on Wanstead Flats and provide courses on how to mix the perfect martini.
It's really very simple and brings people together in a way urban devastation often fails to. As we recall, a lot of ice is required, as in frozen water, not sparkly diamonds. Equally, chilling is important. For that, you'll need to ask your mother where she keeps the stemmed martini glasses and get them in the freezer at least an hour before the family normally serves cocktails.
Olives provide a dash of healthiness to the gin and vermouth classic. Soon the everyday grind of city life slips away as you find yourself involuntarily slipping off your hoodie and gliding into your smoking jacket. By your third, even your friends have become interesting.
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