Tuesday, January 23, 2007

All Rise

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Her Grace Lady Zorra the Antediluvian of Goosnargh on the Carpet
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

Needless to say, this title comes with a LOT of sterling.


Presbyterian Gal said...

I greet you warmly Lady Zorra and bring sterling good wishes for you and all your loyal Goosnarghs! Please accept my humble gift of wall to wall plush pile. In the royal purple.

With compliments,

Her Noble Excellency, L.J. the Precocious of Oxbridge by Camford

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

I love being in the presence of Southern Royalty!

zorra said...

Thank you, thank you, my fellow noblewomen. The Goosnarghians salute you (especially Amie, who occasionally leaves a goosnargh on the carpet).

Songbird said...

I suppose it would have to!

Psalmist said...

Hey! I've always wondered what to call the dreadful *thing* that Rosie too frequently yaks up on the carpet. Goosnargh! That's IT!

But now that I'm titled, I suppose I must hire some hard-to-find help to attend to the carpet goosnarghs.

With gratitude for your kind visit, Your Grace,

I remain,

Your humble servant,
Lady Psalmist (the Harmonious of Fiddlehope in the Marsh)

Anonymous said...

Goosnargh--what a great word. Reminds me of one of my favorite poems, Jabberwocky.

Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe

(Read the whole poem here if you don't remember it.)

zorra said...

I love it, Kievas. In fact, the Scientist and I have been known to exclaim, "O frabjous day!" to one another on appropriate occasions.

Singing Owl said...

I love that poem too! :-D

It was lovely stopping in, my dears.

Your humble servant,

The Right Reverend Singing Owl of Blooming on the ...something or other

Singing Owl said...

Milady the Right Reverend Singingowl the Blossoming of Fiddlers Green. Fiddlers Green! That's it! Join me in a reel or two...can Goosenargh's dance?

zorra said...

Surely there must be a ceremonial Goosnarghian Jig.