The Goofy Princess Bride?
Blog Guy, I guess like everyone else you’re all caught up in Britain’s royal romance between Prince William and Kate Middleton, right?
If by “all caught up” you mean I’d rather be slowly disemboweled with dirty plastic picnic utensils than hear another word about it, then sure.
I thought the engagement might be important to you as observer of significant events that shape our collective destiny.
Oh, right. You mean regarding the Goofy Face Museum and Doughnut Shop? Yes, it’s early days yet, but I think we can work with Kate. We’ve taken some preliminary test photos, and she shows a willingness to explore her goofiness. I think she’ll be okay.
That’s wonderful. How can she improve on making goofy faces? After all, it will be a part of her royal duties for years to come.
I have two bits of advice for her.
First, watch your future father-in-law at all times, because he is the Goof Master of the World.
And the second?
Hang on to that goofy face coach in the photo. He may even be better than that coach Hillary Clinton uses. Whatever you’re paying him, it’s worth it.
Combo left: Britain’s Prince Charles, wearing a garland, smiles during his visit to Hansali village in the northern Indian state of Punjab, October 4, 2010. REUTERS/Ajay Verma
Combo right: Charles samples naturally grown coffee in traditional farmer’s market, at the Evergreen Brick Works Restoration site, in Toronto, November 6, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill
Left: Kate Middleton, girlfriend of Britain’s Prince William, and an unidentified friend react while watching racing on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival horse racing in Gloucestershire, western England, March 16, 2007. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh