Sunday, September 13, 2009

Ne-Ne-Ne-Never in the field of human congress.

I read this morning that the late queen mother's reaction to the palace being bombed during the war was that her "knees trembled a little bit for a minute or two". How extraordinary! One hears about admirable stoicism in the face of adversity but this is both brave and extremely candid. I hope she was rewarded with multiple orgasms, as the bombs fell around her, and old Bertie stammered out expletives in ecstasy.
Had the French not made the mistake of dispensing with their inspiring royal family they might have found inspiration from the copulatory activities of their king in the dark hours of the second world war, and been able to offer more resistance to the enemy.


Dave said...

Lèse majesté was first classified as a crime in Roman times. It still is, as far as I'm concerned. Bring back the birch.

dinahmow said...

Didn't she also say that she was so pleased to have been bombed, because now she could understand how East Enders felt?

I, Like The View said...

I really think it's time you upgraded your reading material

zIggI said...

for a minute or even two! Lucky cow. No wonder she lived so long and kept all her own teeth.

Vicus Scurra said...

Dave. I might have read that somewhere before.
Dinah. A great one for empathy, wasn't she?
ILTV. I will be over to read your blog shortly, then.
Ziggi. Please.

Geoff said...

Wasn't she playing the spoons?

Rog said...

Sge was always getting things stuck in her throat.

Donn w/2 Ns said...

Good ole Monty had some rather peculiar ideas about handling International Affairs, especially avec our French (ahem) Allies.

I distinctly recall an instance at the Embassy when Monty recited the following Limmerick to an ashen-faced General DeGaulle.

"I say Charlie you Frenchies are a peculiar lot...((ahem))

"The French are a funny race,
they fight with their feet,
and f*ck with their face

Yes quite.
Well I don't have to tell you that the rest of the evening would have been most uncomfortable had Winny not dropped his trousers and started humping the lusty tart serving the sherry.

I should like to point out that Monty and his wife were both desperately in love with the same man.