Comments Issue

1 May

Sorry, for some reason the Comments option isn’t functioning properly on the blog – am sorting. Cheers jennifer.

7 Responses to “Comments Issue”

  1. gerard oosterman May 1, 2011 at 6:19 am #

    Well, here is my comment. The bride looked radiant and the dress magnificent. Pomp and glory, resplendently so. Where were the loos? Hope this works


  2. David Horton May 1, 2011 at 9:24 am #

    Well Gerard, I thought the bridegroom looked radiant, unless that was just the reflection from the uniform or Harry’s hair. And the uniform? Well, they don’t make them like that any more do they? Think they made the thin red line too visible or something.

    But the bride? Well, seen one, seen ’em all, I always say (very quietly) – all in white dresses, who can tell them apart? Well, no one probably this week, as the dresses fill up, apparently, with exact copies of the DRESS for all the hoi poloi to wear. Wonder if their bridegroom can find red uniforms too.

    Still, just being snarky because my invite, it seems, went astray with those of the Chaser boys. Had hoped to be seated next to Elton John who had apparently brought his own tv camera. Then I would have been beamed out to 16 billion people and the whole world would have said “Who is that funny little fellow next to that famous blogger? Wait, don’t tell me, didn’t he used to be Reggie Dwight, famous singer?”


  3. David Horton May 1, 2011 at 9:25 am #

    Looks like comments back in business Jennifer.


  4. David Horton May 1, 2011 at 9:27 am #

    Oops, “as the dresses fill up” should of course have been “as the dress shops fill up”. Perhaps a Freudian slip? Or are they worn under wedding dresses?


  5. Jennifer Wilson May 1, 2011 at 9:41 am #

    I haven’t even seen the dress yet but I saw the Beckhams were there


    • gerard oosterman May 1, 2011 at 9:30 pm #


      No Freudian slip. You spoke the truth, what the mind is full of, the heart runneth over.
      Her dress did fill up. Her bra lifted, separated and crossed a bit too much. Things were pushed aside and lost the natural look. Still, “The bride looked radiant” and the” wedding dress was maginificent.”
      “The honeymoon a well-kept secret. ” “A marriage sealed with a kiss on the balcony.”
      Expect months and months of this to flood the WW stands of magazines.


  6. PAUL WALTER May 3, 2011 at 8:56 pm #

    Gerard, I think you took the words right out of Jennifer’s mouth, that last comment- particularly “lift and separate”, unless am mistaken. As for the wedding, well, too bad if you wanted to watch it on seven, the only free to air not showing the wedding. If you wanted to watch it on seven, you’d have then watch it on nine, or ten, some where else that was showing it, because of that pesky football and I think any resonable person would consider that outrageous.


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