Purveyor of Bollocks to the Crowned Heads of Europe
I wait for no man too.
That Scotch egg looked worthy of discussion.And te tide and te time þat tu iboren were, schal beon iblescetWhy not. Deep fried bacon is mighty tasty.
I didn't know you could speak Old English, Joanne.
His story of the waves was used by the nuns at my school to illustrate humility to us.
That story is always misinterpreted by people like nuns. In fact he was just illustrating the point that even a king could not hold back the sea. He was being asked to do something impossible by someone but I don't know who or what.
I understood that at the time. He was saying to his admirers that he wasn't God and only God could do that and of course the nuns liked that part of it.
An Anagram competition perhaps; level 1.
Spike Milligan's crossword puzzle for idiots: 1 Down - the first letter of the alphabet. 1 Across - indefinite article.
I was told that the spelling of his name were changed from the original by the Victorians . I would like it to be true but then that's another insult gone as I gather he was a good king as kings go .