In Which the Intelligence Quotient of This Blog Takes Yet Another Sharp Descent

OK, I’m still feeling brain-dead. So here’s some results from the BBC’s very own Valentine Name Generator:

Queen Isabella = Snuggles
Edward II = Atlas
Roger Mortimer = Poochie Woochie
Piers Gaveston = Drum Sticks
Hugh le Despenser = Pumpkin
Eleanor de Clare = Yum Yums
Edward III = Gold Member
Philippa of Hainault = Snuggles (Isabella isn’t going to like that one bit, dearie.)

Elizabeth Woodville = Miffy
Edward IV = Drum Sticks (is there something we don’t know about him and William Hastings?)
William Hastings = Drum Sticks (oh, there’s definitely something here)
Harry Buckingham = Horny Honey (too much time alone on the Welsh border?)
Richard III = Donkey Derby (that’s what you get for killing those sweet little Princes)

Henry Tudor = Shnookums
Elizabeth of York = Angel Pie

Henry VIII = Snoopy
Catharine of Aragon = Love Bunny
Anne Boleyn = Sex kitten
Jane Seymour = Tufty
Anne of Cleves = Cutiepops
Katherine Howard = Fairy Cake
Katherine Parr = Miffy

Elizabeth I = Snuggles (again?)

And for the man who wrote, “What’s in a name?”:

William Shakespeare = Diggler

4 thoughts on “In Which the Intelligence Quotient of This Blog Takes Yet Another Sharp Descent”

  1. Susan Higginbotham

    That would be a sight to see! (Though I must admit Miffy seems to suit Elizabeth better than Katherine.)

  2. Edward III – ‘Goldmember’ – ROFLMAO!!!!!

    And my next fictional extract will star…Pumpkin and Yum Yums…lol

    What was yours, by the way?????

  3. Susan Higginbotham

    I was Snuggles! Just like Isabella and Philippa!

    Looking forward to seeing Pumpkin and Yum Yums in action!

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