... as Hugh Laurie (in his pre-House, pre-male-menopause, "I must prove myself as a serious actor" phase) said when first espying Amy Hardcastle in Blackadder the Third.
It being the end of the year, I have decided, as someone who finds new year celebrations about as exciting as a Scotsman reciting poetry on Burns Night, to acknowledge those who have done so much to attract visitors to this site from as far afield as Brazil, Burma and Birmingham, Alabama.
Most of them of course never return, disappointed that the link from See Lai (thanks, Ron! or should I say Cheers, mate!) leads them to a site devoid of the desired hot Asian babes accompanied by marvellously descriptive captions, all of which seem to find room for that most graphic of words - "bonking".
Second in my links hall of fame is Hemlock, guaranteed to be still writing about constitutional reform and camomile crappucinos when Hong Kong is granted its own tortously complicated version of "universal suffrage".
Third, as far as I can tell by looking through a few pages of my new toy (Statcounter) is probably Spike, whose post rate attests to a level of hyperactivity and insomnia only otherwise achieved by Gweipo, who doesn't link to me, but is forgiven, because I've just waded through the Second Part of Part II of Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae, and I don't want to be committing a sin, whether it's venial, mortal or cardinal.
The also-rans include Ordinary Gweilo, his bête noire Fumier (who I've never met but is said to be Hong Kong's oldest surviving blogger) and Joyceyland, knocked off in her spare time by that rarest of species, a Hong Kong journalist with a sense of humour.
To all my loyal readers, especially the non-bloggers, because I feel bloggers don't really count, as they only come here so they can say "Not very good today" or "Not getting as many comments as me", and particularly to all the poor sods who come here hoping to find lesbian movie scenes, in the immortal word of Ron - Ciao!
Finally, for all the Spanish buggers who come here hoping to read something interesting about your megalithic forebears, here's a photo I nicked off the Internet that shows you're not missing much anyway.