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November 16, 2008

Blog Guy, recently you had an item about Prince Charles telling a knock-knock joke.  It made me wonder what he does with his time these days.

He’s becoming very much of a showman. I think this recent photo shows him starring in a London revival of “The Music Man,” playing the amazing Professor Harold Hill. You know, Seventy-Six Trombones… and so on.

Also, here’s a backstage shot of the prince meeting actors Robin Williams and Eric Idle. Charles knows all the right catch phrases, and I’m guessing he amused these two by saying “Nanoo Nanoo” to Williams and ”Nudge Nudge” to Idle.

You dimwit!  Once again you’re totally wrong.! All I had to do to find that out was read the actual photo captions down below.

Good, that saves me the trouble of doing it. It IS a weekend, you know.

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Above: Britain’s Prince Charles sits for an official portrait, taken on February 27, 2008, to mark his 60th birthday in a photo released November 13, 2008. REUTERS/Hugo  Burnand/Handout

Below: Charles meets actor Robin Williams backstage at the Wimbledon Theatre, in London, November 12, 2008.  REUTERS/ Alastair Grant/Pool

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Comments

This is actually a photo of Prince Charles saying “Hey Robin, Pull my finger!”

Posted by Goon | Report as abusive
 

Somebody should intervene with Robin Williams and give him the tough love truth. Robin, you are a comedian. You are NOT an actor. Or was that Steve Martin?

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

*chuckle**hahmmha* “…pull my finger..” *chuckle**huhmmHAHAHA**chuckle* funny

Posted by Shalamar | Report as abusive
 

Why is Eric Idle in drag?

Posted by darby | Report as abusive
 

That is, aside from the fact that it’s Eric Idle.

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