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Some topics we'd like to see on Billy and Peter Getty's blog 

Wednesday, Jul 1 2009
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A couple of weeks ago, rich kids Billy and Peter Getty launched a blog about what it's like to be insanely wealthy, "What the Butler Didn't See," on the Chronicle's Web site. Despite all the trash talk that ensued, we kinda like the Getty boys' shtick. Here are some topics our fave oil heirs can blog about in the future.

• Gavin declared same-sex unions legal during a 1977 sleepover. True story!

• Dede Wilsey: Hot or not?

• Rich Man, Poor Reader

• Guess who we found in our walk-in shoe closet?

• You know what goes great with coq au vin? Cocaine.

• Modern Love: The best prostitutes don't even know they're prostitutes.

• How to get rid of a dead hooker

• When the butler does see the debauchery: A hush-money primer

• What is this "Mission District" people keep talking about?

• Like everyone, we worry that dad may love his secret family more than us.

• We have an opening for a friend! Please send résumés to the Chron. No phone calls, please.

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