When the peasants are running in Piccadilly Circus…
Blog Guy, you promised to tell us what those British royals are up to. Well? Let’s hear it!
Sorry, I’ve been busy. This is peasant-hunting season over there, and the royals…
You mean PHEASANT-hunting season, right?
No, every February the royal family gets to hunt actual peasants. But only with a bow and arrow, and the shooter must be blindfolded, as you can see in this photo of Prince William.
I had no idea. Still, I guess if you’re out there in a forest blindfolded, how much damage can you do?
Prince William prefers to hunt peasants in London’s Piccadilly Circus, where the harvest is much more bountiful. Of course his father, Prince Charles, is there as his “spotter.”
Holy crap! That’s one of the most crowded places on Earth! Where else does he hunt?
Prince William is also fond of London’s Leicester Square, especially on packed movie premiere nights. You remember earlier this month when Jessica Alba left the “Valentine’s Day” premiere early, with a so-called stomach ache?
See here, Blog Guy, if you will simply read your own photo captions, you’ll see that none of this is true!
True? If you expect stuff here to be true, I’m going to need a mule, a good thermos, some peanut brittle…..
Britain’s Prince William takes part in an archery lesson while blindfolded at St Dunstan’s, a specialist center for blind ex-servicemen and women, in Llandudno, North Wales, February 22, 2010. REUTERS/Peter Byrne/Pool
Britain’s Prince Charles looks through a pair of binoculars while meeting with family members of the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles at the Avon compound in Wiltshire, southern England, February 11, 2010. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty