Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Trivial Pursuit Week II: Bro-king thinking

OK, a little history today - British history, us being Brits and all, don't you know. Specifically, we're going to be looking at the British royal family.
Now, I fully realise that the British aristocracy is a particularly inbred part of society. Not only that, but thanks to Queen Victoria needing to marry off her many children, this also extends to much of the European royal families too. Come to think of it, I could probably just use the singular there; since they're all cousins or aunts/uncles by x degrees of removal, they're all one big dysfunctional family.
That said, I'm pretty sure that Julie's not completely on the money with her explanation here...


Unless Doctor Who was muddying the royal genetic pool, I'm pretty sure this was impossible...

Coming up on Friday: Doctor Who visits the ancient Olympics. And if you don't find this one funny, then there is seriously something wrong - even Julie was helpless with hysterics after I read it back to her...

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