Sunday, January 07, 2007

I'm trying to catch up for my recent lack of posting..

Stole this from Cheezy...

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Her Excellency Liz the Sentient of Melbury Bumpton
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

or...

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Most Noble and Honourable Elizabeth the Lachrymose of Hoptonshire by Leer
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

3 comments:

Green Fish said...

I bid Her Excellency greetings and salutations. I hope this evening finds you well and unencumbered by the embuggerences of revolting peasants. I regret to say that I am having the most unfortunate staff problems as of late. I apprehended my footsman as he was attempting to pilfer a tin of saddle wax. He then died in a most cowardly fashion as I was administering a beating. A Lord's work is never done.

yours,

His Most Noble Lord Michael the Educated of Midhoop St Giggleswich

elizabeth said...

Good evening most noble and ambivalent lord Michael of Midhoop. In your most educated and infinite wisdom I am sure your admonishing of said footsman was well administered and much deserved. Tell me true, of Giggleswich I am most interested as - it is said that the ladies of Giggleswich dine on tiny roasted larks dipped in elderberry wine. Could this be true? At first - I did scoff and scoff I did. But then me thinks that indeed they might... so please settle this quandry. (there may be a small ladies wager on this little query)

Green Fish said...

Tis in truth and no small shame that the ladies of Giggleswich doth dine with exclusivity upon tiny roasted larks dipped in the fermented nectar of yon elderberry. Let the small ladies reap the profits of thine wagers.