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Sunday, 6 September 2009

Sir Rustalot Then and Now,By Del Southon


I Trully hope this is not what my beloved England has come to.Here in the U S A you are trully looked apon as a good friend,someone we can trust to stand beside us in this uncertain world.Kind of reminds me of our nieghbours on the Cuckoo estate.

11 comments:

jim davis said...

What would have been even more appropriate is, if they were NBKs on the end of the Lance. A Nice sketch though Del.

JohnB said...

IN DAYS OF OLD

In days of old,
When Knights were bold,
And ladies weren't particular,
They placed them up against the wall
And made love perpendicular.

JohnB said...

I do hope Del allows ua all to see more of Sir Rustalot's adventures on this site.

Del. said...

Old Rustalot's adventures are based on my own, or using current news items. It's just a case of bending them to a medieval period. I don't want to cram the site with them, so maybe one a month will be okay.

JohnB said...

Sounds good Del, after all he's probably enjoying his retirement too.

Anonymous said...

Hi John B
Just back from holidaying in France and Spain with ValB, Your comment re IN DAYS OF OLD triggered off some old memories. I have that in a very old autograph book that we used have in those days, when i was at Drayton Manor. One of the boys wrote that, slightly different, which i cannot repeat. Think i used to fancy him. Edna B

Anonymous said...

Hi John B
Just back from holidaying in France and Spain with ValB, Your comment re IN DAYS OF OLD triggered off some old memories. I have that in a very old autograph book that we used have in those days, when i was at Drayton Manor. One of the boys wrote that, slightly different, which i cannot repeat. Think i used to fancy him. Edna B

Eff said...

If Sir Rustalot's adventures are based on your own Del, pray do tell whose knickers are at the end of the lance?????

JohnB said...

Hi Edna,
Welcome back, Hope you all enjoyed your holiday.
Yes there are other older and much bolder versions, glad this one jogged your memory of the good old days though.

Eff,
If Del did reveal that, surely it would be Kiss and Bloomin' Tell and therefore not honourable for such a noble and trusty but rusty knight.

JohnB said...

Answer To A Maiden's Prayer.


There once was a maiden from Ealing...
Saying her prayers, she'd been kneeling
She'd said dear Lord above
Please send me someone to love
When heard something weird on the ceiling
So she lay down on her back,
And took a look through the crack
Where the paint was definitely peeling
She squinted her eyes
And much to her surprise
She saw something very
revealing
It was all hairy and black
And looking right back
'Twas that dirty old man from Darjeeling

Del said...

They were actually the Noble Nobles, but we don't talk about it round the Round Table.