Sunday, 6 March 2011

What the hell was he thinking?



You do have to wonder what was going through his pants mind when Prince Andrew posed for a photograph with a girl young enough to be his daughter. If this wasn’t bad enough, HRH also maintained a close friendship with a convicted paedophile, Jeffrey Epstein, after the latter’s release from jail.

Due to the general decline in moral standards of those who rule over us, the grand old Duke of York has not been removed from his position as a Trade Ambassador. Instead Foreign Secretary William Hague has been wheeled out to defend the man inexplicably nicknamed Randy Andy.

You remember Mr Hague? He’s the married MP who shared a hotel room with his special advisor. Not that there was any rumpy pumpy taking place, you understand.


6 comments:

chris said...

Have you seen the whole photograph? Here is a link to one at the Daily Mail http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/03/05/article-0-0D60F629000005DC-609_634x434.jpg
The woman on the right is Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the late Robert Maxwell

Mrs Angry said...

Remember I have that polaroid of you, me and Stefan in that hotel in Torremolinos, DCMD: people in glass houses ...

Don't Call Me Dave said...

Chris

This just exemplifies what an appalling judge of character Prince Andrew is. DCMD is a supporter of the Constitutional Monarchy, but the old adage of judging a man by the company he keeps surely applies here? Perhaps we need to follow the lead of the Scandinavian Monarchy, where minor Royals have to go and get real jobs in the real world - jobs that they are qualified to perform. The Duke of York seems to have the tact of his father and is eminently not suitable to be a diplomat.

As for Mrs Robinson, methinks she has confused DCMD with Statler after their rather passionate embrace underneath the mistletoe last Christmas.

Mrs Angry said...

Mrs Robinson was the name of my geography teacher, DCMD: did you have something going on with her as well?

I feel I must caution you to learn from our noble prince the dangers of unsuitable attachments.

Mrs Angry said...

PS Not familiar with the term 'rumpy pumpy' as I don't read the Telegraph: could you explain?

Don't Call Me Dave said...

It is a legal term. Something to do with examining briefs.