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”
Do you think Elizabeth Woodville and Katherine Parr are going to fight it out over Miffy as well?!
That would be a sight to see! (Though I must admit Miffy seems to suit Elizabeth better than Katherine.)
Edward III – ‘Goldmember’ – ROFLMAO!!!!!
And my next fictional extract will star…Pumpkin and Yum Yums…lol
What was yours, by the way?????
I was Snuggles! Just like Isabella and Philippa!
Looking forward to seeing Pumpkin and Yum Yums in action!
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