British Blog Humor Cont’d

I told you the English had a good sense of humor…click here to get your own aristocratic title:

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
The Most Honourable Reverend Father Dwight in the Middle of Frome Valley
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16199084967927013025 Sandy Lender

    Yes, they gave me a bizarre title as well. I’ll post it on my blog as soon as I figure out how to convince Blogger that I really do want it posted…truly…And I’m tagging you for a meme, my friend! If you’d be so kind as to visit http://www.todaythedragonwins.blogspot.com you will see there is an article titled “A Meme That Makes You Think” from Friday, January 12. For some reason, a friend of mine decided that my first meme needed to be deep and philosophical. Rar. I think I had a little bit of fun with it, though.It’s your turn to see what you can do with it!Sandy L.”Some days, you just want the dragon to win.”

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09356738924839809045 Andrew

    I’m The Right Reverend Lord Andrew the Defenestrated of Lardle St Earache.I’m not really sure what Defenestrated means but it does sound awfully painful.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12373317560249811006 Fr. Dwight Longenecker

    I’m sure the Roving Medievalist will be able to tell you what defenestration is, but my guess is that it is a castle wall without the fenestrations–which are the block like battlements you see on top of a typical castle wall.

  • Earl John the Ebullient of Kensington under Ox

    Wonderful.Andrew, defenestration is the act of ejecting a person from a room, usually on an upper floor, other than by way of the door. It is not always fatal, but, yes, it is usually pretty painful. (Fenster is German for window.)


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