In this case, our fairy godmother at Sorry Fugu sent us this story from today's New York Post, which we present to you in condensed form. Really, we have no words, as any comments we could make would be superfluous. We have only added the photographs for extra texture and chewiness. Enjoy.
December 12, 2006 -- LOCK up your daughters when Salman Rushdie and his son hit the party circuit.
The acclaimed author and his offspring are talking each other up as powerful chick magnets no woman can resist - with Zafar Rushdie, 27, even confessing he's used his 59-year-old father's prowess to score.
"Most people who go to a party with their parents try to run away from them. Not me. If I want to meet girls, I just stand near him," Zafar gushes in a unusually candid interview with London's Sunday Times.
"All the beautiful women want to talk to Dad, so I stand close and bask in the sunlight. Beauty loves brains."
Salman, who lives in Manhattan with his fourth wife, topless model and actress Padma Lakshmi, 36, is equally complimentary of Zafar, talking him up as a red-hot ladies man who can't be resisted.
"Every time I see a picture of him in the paper, he has four girls around him, so I think he's not doing badly," the author tells the paper. "He's absurdly charming - lethally, disgustingly charming. He has it like a weapon."
That's where the backslapping stops. Zafar confesses he won't take any advice from his father on how to conduct his sex life. "I don't consult him on my girlfriends. He doesn't like the fact that my relationships don't last long," Zafar says. "But I'm not convinced he's necessarily the best person to give relationship advice."