Who the hell do you think you are? Why would you do something so terribly monstrous as to stand in the way of true love? I’m sure you’ll remember the morality tale of Romeo and Juliet from your halcyon school days. It would have all ended so much more happily if folk hadn’t stood in the way thanks to family feuds and all that nonsense. They simply could have let the teenagers bang in peace and get it all out of their systems.
Sure, this is a slightly creepier and not entirely understandable passion but you really can’t help who you fall in love with. Anyway, who are you to judge? We all know the variety of strange that you’re into of a Saturday night. It’s rather disgusting but I’ll defend to the death (well, probably not death, more likely to the mild inconvenience but the thought’s there and that’s probably all that matters) your right to do pretty much whatever you want in the confines of your own abode.
Can you really blame someone for becoming enamoured with a great huge throbbing trust fund? The whole offshore aspect lends the situation an alluring aura of pure naughtiness. The bad boys have been famed for generations for their sheer irresistibility. When you start thinking about what a big pile of cash can offer you in terms of opportunities it’s rather easy to get carried away.
So a certain someone fell hard for an offshore trust fund that just so happened to belong to their father. Even before the latest scandal broke regarding such funds broke this week things were heading down a dark and twisty side passage. A man may or may not have been kept in a pit in order to prevent him from coming between an individual and the stack of hypothetical cash they held so very dear. It’s hard to get a clear picture of the details.