Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Say, is this Balmoral???




I keep pinching stuff from Ron Knee's blog. I'm sorry officer, sorry Ronald, I couldn't help myself...

So Hat Tip in order and on with the explantion. Overseas readers, ever dreamed of a romantic holiday in Scotland? You should you know! Just to whet the appetite here is a typical day in a typical Scottish holiday camp. Bet you're packing already! This camp is run by something called Haven Holidays whose official website offers 'everything an adventurous and fun seeking family is looking for'. So it would appear. The bloke in the white T-shirt is her father. I wonder if he has ever considered a career in the gentle sport of gut barging. Brochure no doubt available on request.

On a completely different topic, Bozzer foolishly didn't take any of the helpful tips on this blog as to how to dress for Gay Pride. Big mistake! Instead he wore a pink stetson. Doesn't he look a muppet???

8 comments:

B.E. Earl said...

The pink Stetson plays!

Ron Knee said...

Continue spreading the good word, brother Rabbit!

lawminx said...

Dear Old BoJo doesnt need to look a muppet - he IS a muppet!!

mikeb302000 said...

I'm American. What do I know? I really love your blog, but at times I'm challenged to understand what the hell you're talking about.

white rabbit said...

Earl - I'm sure Bozzer could lend it to you...

Amen Brother Ron!

Minx - Bozzer would have made a passable Reader in Classics and Senior Common Room bore at some mid ranking University - that's about it...

Mike - sometimes I wonder what the hell I'm on about too, so best not to worry ;)

Meatbe said...

I love this blog too. Trying to understand the cultural and linguistic differences is half the fun. For instance, I had never heard of gut barging before, and had to do a search to find out what it is. How funny!

mikeb302000 said...

Meatbe,
I agree totally with trying to understand the cultural and linguistic differences being half the fun.
Cheers (how am I doing? In NJ we never said "cheers")

white rabbit said...

Mike/Matthew..

Let me introduce you to a South London greeting:

All right, geezer?

Translation: how are you today, my good man?