The seasonal synchronisation of libidos exhibited by the big litter strategists is rarely observed in human society except notably in the case of Club 18-30 holidaymaking communities. The Club 18-30 holiday company offers vacations for a younger demographic on idyllic islands, similar to Bermuda and the Cayman Islands; the type of location where it is possible to suntan and sup piña coladas while enjoying tax exemption and favourable terms of business. The prospect of a so-called ‘shag’ on the Spanish island of Ibiza is therefore for them associated with a favourable offshore investment.
Additionally, youthful holidaymakers are primed and seduced by the Club 18-30 holiday brochure before their embarkation. The promotional literature is replete with propagandist photographs of beautiful frolickers splashing around in the surf, barely suppressing their delight at attaining ‘near-bogging off’ intimacy. The indications are that they will eagerly do this with anyone who has sent a completed booking form and a crossed cheque covering the deposit, and has read and understood the terms and conditions of the agreement. Though, unfortunately, these lovely frolicking people never seem to repeat book, the fact remains that they did look better on the brochure as representatives of club clientele than the more genuine article, the so-called ‘pissed-up’ people encountered at after-drinks eateries, whose major success of the evening is ordering comfort food like ‘saveloy and chips’ via the omission of vowel sounds.
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