Monday, February 19, 2007

A regular day in the office


He became a stickler for tradition, insisting on being addressed as ‘majesty’ and ‘highness’ and sitting alone for hours wearing his crown; those addressing him were required to direct their eyes downwards in deference.

5 comments:

eileen said...

My fleece, my fleece - my kingdom for a fleece.
Don't ask me why I thought of what I just wrote.

Gasmeter said...

pwitty crown, sire!

Anonymous said...

from maria: hey you could sell that to a card company - it seems like that's the "in" funny greeting card right now. you could make millions...

Lady Cecilie said...

You sure sound like your own shy, modest self....

Amanda said...

You should be a teacher. You can actually force your subjects to address you however you want, and they cast their eyes downwards not so much in deference as fear.

Or is that just me?

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