i am in full royal wedding mode.
i have watched almost every documentary on the royal family.
i don't know why, but it fascinates me.
tomorrow, i will be waking up way to early to begin watching coverage of it all.
because i want to watch it in real time, people!
my best friend and i are watching it together!
along with scones (with clotted cream & lemon curd),
croissants, english breakfast tea, nutella, and mini quiches.
here is some british lingo for you,
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Bob's Your Uncle: Although we can't picture the bride and groom slinging slang at their über-formal wedding, perhaps one of them will utter this phrase on the honeymoon. Equivalent to "it's all good," "no worries" or even "cool."
Knackered: Washed up, tired, exhausted, spent. What the couple will be feeling the morning after all this planning, dancing, pressure, dress talk, vow swapping and attention.
Pissing Out: Let's just hope it doesn't completely piss out as Kate takes the slow route in her horse-drawn carriage from Buckingham Palace to the Abbey Friday morning. The temps here this week has been wonderful, so it would really put a damper on things. As we all know, the weather in London can be rubbish.
Dickie Bow: William will be rocking one of these at the wedding, which is what the English call a tuxedo bow-tie, like here. (They make wordplay so much more fun, don't they?)
all i know is that it better not be pissing out tomorrow in england.
hoping for beautiful weather so we get the full effect.
i can't wait to see both prince william and prince harry in their dickie bows.
at the end of the day, i will be quite knackered out due to fact that
i will be up at 4 in the morning to enjoy the festivities.
bob's your uncle, friends.
bob's your uncle.