The White Rabbit put on his spectacles. 'Where shall I begin, please your Majesty?' he asked.
David Cameron is just like us! He dressed like a forest animal for a school play … along with Prince Edward. And that’s how Young Davey first met his royal highness and actual cousin, Queen Elizabeth II. (Posh Davey is the illegitimate-royal great-great-great-great-great grandchild of King William IV, while Cameron’s wife is the direct descendant of one of Charles II’s royal whores, Nell Gwyn. England is funny.)

Cameron’s school was so “posh” that it provided three portable toilets on “Sports Day,” when the young ponces are flogged outdoors for the amusement of their elders: There was one porta-potty for men, one for ladies, and one for chauffeurs!

Anyway, the UK still doesn’t have a new government, after Posh-Ponce had his meetings with the Liberal Democrats, and now Nick Clegg is going to meet with Gordon Brown, so maybe there will be a Labour/Lib-Dem coalition government, and oh well won’t that be saucy! [Daily Mail/BBC News]

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  1. Gordon Brown just resigned, by the way.

    Bit of grammar fail in the Mail headline – suggests the Queen was dressed as a rabbit.

  2. If Yiffing doesn’t sink Cameron in Ol’ Blighty, then I have to ask — is a comeback for that warlock in Minnesota in the offing?

    (No, not Norm Coleman. An actual warlock. Christ, cannot remember his name.)

  3. [re=573625]Hello Sunshine[/re]: Could be Her Majesty, the Defender of the Faith, in that there bunny suit, you know. Anyone remember Congresscritter Pat Schroeder on the Great Wall of China in a bunny suit at Easter….good times!

  4. Wouldn’t it make at least as much sense to say that both Cameron and the Mrs. are the illegitimate descendants of actresses? How could anybody assure themselves of the royal paternity of those children?

  5. Just so we’re clear here–David Cameron’s “bunny outfit” consists of a sweater/shirt/tie combo, and than what appears to be tights with no pants?????

  6. There is teh buttseks, in those “public” schools over there on knifecrime island, and this lad, well, and this rabbit, well, ain’t he got a purty mouth?

  7. Nell Gwyn was a famous Restoration actress who played trouser roles and took on parts formerly played by boys when women weren’t allowed on the stage. So cross-dressing thespian activities runs in their genes.

  8. Weird. I was just reading about Nell Gwyn this morning. Srsly. I often have to look up references whilst reading 1066 and All That, which, if you haven’t read it, do. It is the snarkiest history yet written, I think. It’s hilarious.


    James was always repeating, “No Bishop, No King,” to himself, and one day a certain loyal citizen called Sir Guyfawkes, a very active and conscientious man, overheard him, and thought it was the slogan of James’s new policy. So he decided to carry it out at once and made a very loyal plan to blow up the King and the bishops and everybody else in Parliament assembled, with gunpowder. Although the plan failed attempts are made every year on St. Guyfawkes’ Day to remind the Parliament that it would have been a Good Thing.

    Although I’m sure more than half the Wonketteers have already read it, I can’t recommend it highly enough. It also makes me write words such as “whilst,” even though I was born in Brooklyn.

  9. [re=573795]Katydid[/re]: The Wiki article never mentions Robert Graves’ memoir of his WW I experiences, “Goodbye to All That.” Strange, there would seem to be a reference there.

  10. [re=573832]Prommie[/re]: Graves’ book was published in 1929; “1066” in 1935 or so. They’re not related really, I don’t think. I don’t see it anyway.

    Never read “Goodbye to All That,” but I really should read the original. Everyone should.

  11. [re=573933]Katydid[/re]: I’ve heard of but no read “1066”— as to Graves, I got a little turned off WWI poetry w/Sassoon– a little much for me anyway at the time (“Modern British Poetry”). But I had a pretty shoddy teacher for that course. I should go back and reread some of that.

    Brits’ writers usually crack me up — I went to Victoria several years ago, and there were signs all along the golf course posted “Pedestrians should guard against errant balls.” Teehee!!

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