Purveyor of Bollocks to the Crowned Heads of Europe
It clearly struck a chord with you.
That's my kind of acting.
I'm at home today, paying bills and arranging shipping for stuff - in case you thought I was a lazy bastard.
I did think the latter.x
Both are true, but the former is a better excuse than usual.
When our daughter was small, she was the sliding wall when they re - enacted ' Blind Date ' !!!! Not the best part to get !! XXXX
Who was the fly on it?
Thank goodness I never again have to use my imagination to devise constumes for school plays.
Wasn't it fun, Weave, or did you just stick to tea-towels for the Nativity scenes?
Someone has to be the supporting cast!
He probably grew up to be a police informer.
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I liked the one of the boy in the school play that had to wear a doorknob strapped to his face. Haha!
Ryan Seacrest trying to high five a blind dude was pretty good, too!
I liked them all Jennifer.
Priceless, if a bit creepy. Was watching Midsummer Nights Dream so immediately thought about the yokel wondering how to play the Wall in "Pyramus and Thisbe."
Arms outstretched with two fingers apart, just as Shakespeare directed.
Grass? Well he certainly appears stoned!
My daughter is a Shakespearian actress. She played the role a tree in Midsummer Night's Dream.