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  1. Shayna

    I’m up to my haunches on Diana conspiracy. I parked off Kensington High Street en route to my hairdresser, Diana parked behind me an old B reg BMW, then asked me if I had 20p pieces for the meter. I did!

      1. Shayna

        Tell me about it – my ex’s brother married a “Right Honourable” (daughter of an Earl). We went out for dinner in Islington to celebrate their engagement. The Earl had forgotten his wallet, Muggins had to pay the bill.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          The daughter of an Earl is a Right Honorable…

          Some might think you’re a massive spoofer, Shayna. That’s allowed, of course (sure look at me).

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            It’s an ‘Honorable’ Lady something or other. That title is only referred to in writing, but not spoken, if my memory serves correct.

            Which it may not, in fairness, like.

          2. Shayna

            ‘An Honorable Lady’ – thank you Mildred. I did go to the wedding. Manfred Mann band kinda reformed (as much as they could) played at the wedding reception.To be fair to types who own a village in Berkshire and and an island, they seemed good sorts. Lord paid me back on the wedding day (in cash)., for the whole Islington restaurant scenario despite my protestations.

  2. Shayna

    Not so much, I went to Hillgrove with a BBC crew in Gloucs, at the servant’s entrance there were high viz coats hung at either end of the radiator – William and Harry.

  3. Shayna

    Yikes! I’ve just been on air with Matthew Wright on Channel 5 – The Wright Stuff, talking about ties, I f**ed up, and they went to a commercial break.

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Broadsheet don’t give you a column.
        You take one, in installments, by posting a series of comments on the same thread.

        Trust me. I know.

        1. mildred st. meadowlark

          I’d love to see your cumulative efforts compiled under one vast, vast article.

          It would be something, wouldn’t it?

          1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

            mildred darling. You’ll have to stop replying to my comments before they get published.
            I’m beginning to suspect you’re a moderator.
            I know. Ridiculous, isn’t it?

          2. Brother Barnabas

            just pop by any Sunday morning, Mildred. it’s all there in all its ignominious inglory.

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