Royal Wedding Who's Who
Among the invitees to the Middleton/Windsor wedding are the King of Jordan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, the Sultan of Oman, the King of Bahrain, the Sultan of Brunei and the King of Saudi Arabia as well as the Emperor of Japan, the King of Malaysia, the King of Tonga and the King of Thailand.
Among those who have not been invited are Mr. and Mrs. Nag and the Obamas. I guess we'll have our own little shindig either at the White House or Chez Nag.
On the day of the wedding, I am, unfortunately, going to be far too busy to attend, I was thinking of maybe painting my bathroom or putting up some shelves in the hallway, so I shall forward my invitation to you as soon as it arrives.ReplyDelete
Buy a new outfit tomorrow. Tell Mr Nag to practise sounding as if he's from Yorkshire, or you'll be found out and both thrown in a noisome dungeon. I think they still do that.
Don't forget to steal an extra piece of the wedding cake, (I like wedding cake).
Thanks for the offer. Mr. Nag will be sure to sing a chorus of On Ilky Moor Bar Tat for the Royals. Is that convincing enough? And he'll smoggle out some cake for you in his cummerbund.ReplyDelete
I always wondered what the point of cummerbunds was. I vaguely thought they'd be handy for escaping out of upstairs windows, as an emergency rope. Now I have a whole new respect. What a useful clothing item. I'll make one part of my daily attire from now on.ReplyDelete
Did we ever discuss Ilkley moor before? I'll be going over it today. Bah't 'at? probably.ReplyDelete
Mr. Nag mentioned it to me but I got the spelling wrong - probably because he butchered the Yorkshiire accent. I had no idea what he was talking about.ReplyDelete