Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Ere we start living in paradise

Those of you foolish enough to have been nominated as my “friends” on facebook will have noted that I am in danger of being subsumed by the ridiculous posturings of the Saxe Coburg Gotha clan and their periodic celebration of “finding a girl thick enough to marry one of the throwback offspring”. I would hate to be responsible for fuelling the hype surrounding this obscene display of egregious frippery and luring some poor soul into thinking that it might be of interest, or there being some inherent value in following the proceedings.

Please, therefore, consider yourselves licenced to exclaim “Enough, Scurra! No more of this feudal fucktardery! Tell us tales of the Higgs Boson or the exploits of Michael Gove. Engage us with treatises on the wisdom of the saints, sages and poets.”

I am only here to serve.


Pearl said...

I can hardly wait. :-)


Richard said...

Methinks he doth protest too much. Stop trying to cover up the fact that you will be standing in the Mall waving your little plastic flag and writing your usual column for Majesty.

Vicus Scurra said...

Pearl. Please try not to get over-excited. We don't want to have to call that number again, do we?
Richard. There is nothing little or plastic about my flag.

Dave said...

Enough, Scurra. Write something entertaining for a change.

Geoff said...

Thick? They met at university! These are two great minds.

Tim Footman said...

Weddings, especially Royal ones, are like children's parties and Formula One – only of the slightest interest if something goes spectacularly wrong. We’re talking 20 people in intensive care, minimum.

I've still got my eye on Harry to fuck up big time.

Mr.S.Capeons said...

Enough, Scurra!
No more of this lewd idle leotardery!

You are well aware that I am not in favour of having strange women lying in ponds handing out swords as my form of government.

That being said, it's driving the Yanks crazy because unless Donald Trump marries Sarah Palin, "they got nuthin'".

Rol said...

Methinks he protesth to much. I'm sure he'll be glued to the wedding with all the rest of the commoners.

(Shit. I just saw that Richard has left virtually the exact same comment. Great minds think alike...?)