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What would you do? Do you think you'd bow or curtsy out of sheer awkwardness/terror? Or just shake her hand?
to sign a fiver.
to see if i'd still get the death penalty
a newspaper and have it ready to hit her
a really good answer
to all life's problems, friendly but firm
and give it to her.
Or give her a bear hug, the sort that lifts her off of her feet.
Or pinch her cheek, like an aunt would to a nephew she rarely sees.
One of those
at important diplomatic events. I hear she's hot for that.
that all the crown jewels in the world wouldn't make up for the time I could of spent with u?
would you go up and say hello? egg her?
and see what the consequences were.
a chewing gum.
that she had bad breath? I wonder what the Queen's breath smells like?
but I think I like yours better.
Shyly, akwardly, and almost silently.
what if you bowed by accident? would you retract it by leaning back for a few seconds?
*runs out into street to burn effigy of gary neville*
*realises mid-burn that it could be mistaken for phil*
I know nothing about football, but I was greatly amused to learn that his dad's called Neville Neville, and that people often chant his name to the tune of Rebel Rebel.
there's another song about him too, but i can't remember that one.
^ boring story.
and the base is the only one she is actually in charge of, because it's near her house in norfolk. so she used to come and visit now and again. i had to give her some flowers.
said it was a boring story.
my guess: yes.
it was the lizards that bumped her off.
if she fancied going to Burger King. She must get fed up with all that poncy crap she gets cooked.
funny AND historically correct. Doesn't get funnier than that
I wasn't allowed to say anything, just shook his hand.
The queen was visiting my hometown when I was younger, and the train she was on was going right past our primary school, so we spent the whole day making little flags to wave at her, and then lined up next to the train line waiting for her. We all waved when she came past but nobody saw her and I don't think she saw us either.
boy - shake hand
don't they have rules for this?
but they gave us too much free booze and decided it'd be better if our group just met prince philip.
I'd just say 'hi'
I bet she's sick of people curtseying and all that shit...everyone she meets has to do their best to disguise their personality, and she has to do the same. How fucking boring
or accidently squeak it out.
i'd definitely curtsey (if i remembered)
when else will i ever get a chance to curtsey fo' real?
I relish any opportunity to air out a outdated custom. I never get to bow, or to doff my cap to ladies. Or to throw my effluent out into the street.
and she says that the queen will visit her house soon
Every sensible child will know what this means
plus I heard she was doing a 3-for-2 offer on all suits dry cleaned while-u-wait