Well, the Queen has made her yearly speech dropping a bombshell!
Her husband has decided to drosle ned, which means that he will be more of a Pensioner from now on. At 81 years old, he might just be setting a bad example for the rest of us, who need to retire later and yet even later on, the older we get.
I’d hate to think that I’ll be discriminated against, when I turn 81. This event will be telling my employer, that my time honored status as a lifetime employee, must now be at an end. I would really feel for the guy, but I know his wife will continue to hold up her share of their common income, by continuing on as the Queen!
That announcement hasn’t stopped the festivities in Denmark. As I write, countless legal, and possibly illegal fireworks are exploding in the skies around me. I have the exciting position of watching a Danish movie classic from sometime in the 50s, which everyone, who loves a good Danish film, on an otherwise average New Year’s Eve, will be glued to the TV, watching.
The young people in the crowd have braved the nighttime temperatures in order to light their hard earned money – turned fireworks, disrupting this otherwise calm evening in Denmark.
I’d like to greet all of my blog-readers this evening, be it evening or not, and wish them a Happy You Know What. You might be somewhere, where the New Year isn’t celebrated, which would mean that I was toasting you, on your pet squirrel’s bath day, or something else in that way.
I’d also like to apologize for reminding the Weather-Gods, that Montreal needed a snowstorm! I guess, I should watch what I say next time, when mentioning Canada, and Cold in the same sentence.
Again, Happy You Know What, and say hi to your squirrel for me too.
New Year’s Eve in Denmark!
PS Be sure to be careful when you Sabler le champagne at Midnight! You wouldn’t want to spend the first day of 2016 in l’hopital, unless you really liked that kind of thing.