Friday, April 29, 2011

A Royal Pain

I completely managed to ignore the royal wedding mishegoss, until today.
I confess I could not resist gawking online. Here are some impressions:
• As some may have undoubtedly observed, the royal gene pool will be majorly improved with the acquisition of plebeian genes. Certainly, the commoners are so much better looking than the royals. The entire Middleton family is quite handsome, in the way of beautiful racehorses.  A good case in point is Princess Letizia from the Spanish royal family:
(Photo credits: Getty Images).

Bad genes v. good genes
Bad genes v. good genes
• Cathy said pithily, "Didn't love the dress". Me neither, but I didn't hate it. In fact, I think it's very cool that it is a fitted dress that makes her look sexy, as opposed to the Diana wedding cake dress that made her look like an accident at a bakery. Kate is an attractive woman and she looked great. Having said this, I have never understood the appeal of trains. Like corsets or hoop skirts, they are retarded.

• Does Victoria Beckham ever smile? Is that verbissener punim* in her contract?

What are you laughing at?
 *bitter face in Yiddish, aka as cara de pedo, fart face, in Spanish. 
• What's with the hats?

Look ma, there's a UFO on my head!

• For all their aristocracy, the dresses most women wore were horrible.

• Prince Edward is lookin' good!

However, his daughters...

The Royal version of Jersey Shore?
• Looking at the royals of other countries is incredibly entertaining. They look just like normal human beings, but wrapped in taffeta.

The Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg
The one in the middle has cara de pedo


  1. Correction: the princesses Eugenie and Beatrice aka The Royal Take on the Jersey Shore are the spawn of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, or Fergie without the Peas.

    Don't ask me why I know this crap. Great post.

  2. Well, leave it to me to absolutely clueless about such matters, but I'm grateful for the correction.
    Toot-aloo! Ta-ta! Cheers my dears and down the hatch!

  3. Anonymous5:00 PM

    I generally didnt believe in alien life, but looking at Andrew and Sarah's two daughters has me rethinking the whole thing of aliens from outer space living amongst us. Scarrrryyyy!!!