Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Food For Queens


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    1. And Canadian geese bones, feathers and all! Did you see that picture of her in the paper, it was taken a few years ago, she was wringing the life out of a poor bird, like a savage?

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  2. Does she also have trout fingers?
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    1. No not trout fingers, too common, she is fond of tokay twizzlers though.

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  3. Darling Mitzi,

    You are a wonder.......however do you find these Royal exclusives?

    For us mere common folk, well, we have never set eyes on let alone opened a tin of Majesty Food. And now we are desperate to track it down. Will it be on the shelves at Asda soon or will we have to venture to that unknown country of Waitrose?

    And, just one further question.......does Majesty Food come with its own silver spoon for consumption?

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    1. Carmen has a friend 'who does' for the family (I can't say anymore!) I don't shop at Asda not since a member of starff at the till tried to make personal chit-chat as if we were on equal terms, the starff at Waitrose know their place and the higher prices keep out the hoi polloi. Only mother of pearl, ivory, bone, wood and china spoons are suitable to use, metal spoons could taint the delicate meats.

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  4. Please stop feed them! It only discourages them from looking for work!

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    1. W**k is a four letter word to those chinless no necks.

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  5. She'll have to fend off the Corgis.

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  6. What a marvellous find! Shame its too rich for duchesses and baronets, though.

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