David Weir - Dovecot

David Weir, the very untypical lawyer on account of his funky socks and check trousers who liked Dovecot tapestries so much, he chucked in being a lawyer and bought the company. Just like that! Really? Don't make me laugh. Firstly, if he ever did practice as a lawyer I don't think it was more than a couple of weeks and then most likely on the bottom rung of any career ladder. He married a rich wife (one of the Salvesens) and was basically just a sponging, golddigging ***. The Salvesens realised that this could not go on indefinitely and Alistair Salvesen (not the penniless David) bought Dovecot and gave David the job to run it, giving him a most generous 5%. There is no more to this story than this I am afraid.
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Never worked a day in his life, never spent a penny of his own money.


Just a complete and utter parasite; an ageing gigolo with absolutely no shame whatsoever.


That is what I called a 'Eunuch'


Someone like that is not a proper man; why does the wife tolerate being sponged off like that. Is she so unattractive that she is grateful to have got a partner?


'From Law to the Loom' that's how he just loves promoting himself. Never worked a day in his life, just a complete and utter fake.


This chap couldn't *** it in the real world so he married this horrendous fat slob for early retirement purposes. Since then he tries to perfect this mannered, upper class persona, but isn't fooling anyone.

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