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Adonisette has asked me to post this invitation to all her new jigidi friends, in the hope that they will
be able to attend the celebration of her wedding to the dashing Norbert, tomorrow at the Bugosi Eternal Life Church (B.E.L.CH)........
Uncle Bluebottle has a fleet of disposable chairycopters at the disposal of those of our guests who feel so disposed as to take their chance, and the reception will be held all over our beautiful island throughout the night........
Tomorrow has been declared a national holiday in Bonga-Bonga......

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twoclubs

Yes Arf Arf. Color them purple or tadpole red. Will be smashing if not smashed!

juneshone

Dear Poodle Lady, Had you gone on to your rock'n'roll class as proposed this would not have happened. However, I believe there are several safe brands of colourant for poodles, time for a change perhaps? Auntie June

lelabugosi

Yes, Juneee has certainly covered herself in glory - not to mention wine.........
As the majority of the guests had passed away....I mean out....by the time the time came for afters - after the main course, of course, there were thousands of untouched trays of trifles awash with brandypole wine and lashings of cream, chocolate puddings of several varieties and cakes....all left over......However, a certain overweight old man with a beard full of frogs' legs came in and cleared the lot up, all the while muttering something about '40%'..........
precious-pebble........can you not put the poodle in the washing machine?........Otherwise I would suggest a trip to the doggy barber.......Yes, you did get pickled........

juneshone

so glad my readership has increased and yes you got one big pickle but everybody promised not to mention the antics of those who succumbed to the tadpole. As for the pies the more the merrier with gravy and processed peas please

gemstone

Wow, juneeeee...I'm sure glad you wrote such a wonderfully descriptive piece for the Bonga Bonga Times. You paint a most vivid (and accurate) picture of the nuptials. And I'm so glad you recorded the "afters"...of which I don't remember much as I've been passed out...oops!...I mean that I've been out all day! I'm definitely saving your article and pasting it in my Treasured Memories scrapbook...as a matter of fact, I think I shall nominate you for Prulitzer Pies!!!

P.S. Anyone know how to get wine stains out of a poodle?

P.P.S. Did I get any pickles?

twoclubs

Juneeeeee!! Two Brilliant!! A piece of Work (or at least some carved meat)!! You exhausted your vocal chords and perhaps your vocabulary as I needed an assist from my Dear Werriam Mebster. Brilliant! Just smashing! I shall write your Editor posthaste and hasten my note as well as you must remain on staff (I have two clubs should you ever need one) to cover these magnificent affairs. I for one, or two as the case may be, thank you!

juneshone

Hi GrannyGG so glad you enjoyed reading about the wedding, it was such a great occasion. Now I am exhausted with all of the frivolities and off to bed for a couple of days.

grannygoatlady

Oh, junee of the shining....don't forego the foregone paper.....I missed the nuptials, but feel as though I had been seated at the very front after reading your quite descriptive and deep in depth review of said event.............

lelabugosi

Not to worry Juneee - you will have the satisfaction of a job well done...............I suppose........

juneshone

seems like the bonga-Bonga times has now gone down to a readership of one, no wonder my editor turned a funny colour when I asked for a rise. I may even have to get a job

juneshone

at the risk of seeming rude dear, don't give her one

kaleidoboy

Juneee........that church-madame-person-thing chased me all round the church........she said she wanted 'a donation'.........

juneshone

oh I do hope so, I hate to see good money wasted. er I mean I am a real romantic

lelabugosi

Well Juneee, you've certainly been gathering vitally vital information, in a totally informative way.......
I feel sure they will kiss and make up, once Norbert manages to get out of his costume........

juneshone

Had a postcard from Adonisette, the view from HER room. Oh dear. She says that all girls spend their lives planning how their wedding will be. Her ravishing in a white dress to underline her purity and the groom handsome and polished, at least in a suit if not the full top hat and tails. she finds that he has been too easily led astray by his supporters as if it was an occasion for buffoonery and is not sure yet if she can ever reconcile herself to being married to this person. All tears and no bedtime for him then! Watch out for the late edition.

juneshone

Ah well the ceremony is over so on with the motley, though some already had it on. Upon exiting the church rice was thrown at the happy couple, er folks it's not generally cooked as it sticks. they were supposed to have gone to the reception in an open carriage, Adonisette had been very excited about this as any bride would be, however she unaccountably changed her mind and so a darkened taxi was ordered. Well may they just wanted to canoodle in the back seat. Some merry prankster had moved all of the place names about but luckily they hadn't touched the top table so at least the main party could get seated and await developments. First were the speeches which included good luck telegrams and little anecdotes about past events in the lives of the pride and gloom. Adonisette was alternately red and white of complexion, the most ominous was when he was stark white with a red spot in her cheeks, I think she could have just a teenzy bit of a temper problem. Then the toast was made to the happy couple in a lovely vintage tadpole Champagne, made by the correct issue of French Frogs. The buffet took up the entire length of the ballroom and was magnificent. starting with vol-au-vents, sausage rolls, pies and pasties. Going onto some enormous Poached Salmon, all decorated with piped potato by a very artistic chef. Leading to the carvery, the only place that knives were allowed, with every kind of meat joints. There was salad galore and luscious fruit for those who didn't like to eat animals. Further along were trifles awash with brandypole wine and lashings of cream, chocolate puddings of several varieties and then cakes, my favourite carrot cake included. This is when the ladies with large handbags won out, note to venues never leave large paper servettes around at a buffet, just the dainty miniscule things can save an enormous amount of food being left for the staff. the drink flew round like water and soon all inhibitions were on the way to being shed. Around with several items of clothing. The pride and gloom took to the floor and executed a very pretty waltz, i say executed as, if looks could kill she could have wiped the floor using him as a paso doble cloak. The Happy Couple then departed for their secret honeymoon destination, I hope they went somewhere very nice. Then the general rabble, er I mean the honoured guests, were invited to strut their stuff which they did with a will. All that boogie on downing and finger pointing malarky carried on for what seemed like hours, getting at times quite dangerous as partners were being flung about or people risked coronories. Eventually the staff started to make those restless moves with which we are all familiar and since that didn't work they sent for Big Boris from the kitchen. Big is their secret weapon for clearing out determined revellers. A foul miasma mysteriously wended its way around the room and, choking and sputtering the revellers left, all except for Kaleidoboy who was suddenly found himself alone and very confused. All in all it was a wonderful day and will be talked about for many years to come, if I have anything to do with it. It will be better than the dead donkey story for filling in on quiet days, as little occurances spring to mind of which there were many.

juneshone

thanks Lela, more about the grand reception later

lelabugosi

Excellent report, Juneee........it's what the public want........

juneshone

Well what a day it was fascinating. Gemstone wore a lovely outfit of poodleskirt with matching tee and sneakers, said she was going to her rock'n'roll class later. the crowlady was in pale green watered silk with grey markings on it, very original, her hat was kind of nest like but her bird preferred the head of Madam church. Elfie and her spouse wore matching Scandinavian sweaters, they must have been to that church before and dressed for the cold. The doublebatters were their usual sophisticated selves in oyster satin dress for her and a matching scarf for him. Prize for a riot of colours went to PD with all of her rainbow swirls while Cakes looked as sweet as sugar in red gingham. Prize for the dress I most want went to a lady in a purple halter top dress with a voluminous skirt worn with green spiky heels matched with clutch bag and a feathered headband. Most of the men were just content with a good shower and new shirt for the event but there were a couple of exceptions that I am not prepared to discuss. The best thing for attention seekers is to ignore them. More later....................

monza006

Oh what a shame, I seem to have missed the happy event. I hope many people took a chance and enjoyed their scenic views of Bonga-Bonga whilst chairycopterring around the island.

david06520

I must be at the wrong church...
Ain' nobody else here!
What they do with that old weddin-up?

juneshone

again!

lelabugosi

Yes Juneee, that's what journalism is all about.....now you're getting the hang of it!......

juneshone

Well what do you think, what with the heavy veil and everything it's no wonder I got it wrong. there was an earlier wedding and that was the one where the bride fell over. Our one is wearing a beautiful traditional white dress and looks stunning. As far as the gloom and Lela and his Mrs B, i can't bring myself to speak of it of their outfits. I will have to lie to my editor

juneshone

perhaps Wicca could make a litte nest in the lady's feathery hat, that would help with the view for one of you

lelabugosi

Photo of the Happy couple coming soon...............

jignut

In case you didn't know....Church Lady got her fashion advice from Lady Gaga. The turquoise shoes sounds like a nice touch but her hat is a bit over sized. Wicca and I are sitting right behind her and we can't see anything.

gemstone

Oh, good...I'm not too late...I'll just slip out for a cuppa or a glassa and zip back in...perhaps I can intimidate someone up front to move along so I get a better view.

juneshone

I don't have a seat as I am on duty. the first few rows are reserved for family and close friends some of whom seem to be still deciding what to wear. the mother of the bride will be interesting in her eastern attire. I seem to have gotten ahead of things so will stand back until everyone has arrived. Seems that going down the aisel was just a practice run and the happy couple have gone into the side room with the vicar. The organist is playing a selection of suitable tunes. the tension is mounting as people grab each other saying sweet things like 'OMG, just look at that hat!' I can say that Churchlady is wearing a purple number, it is a long skirt and a long tunic top with bugle beads in a gold colour hanging down and swinging around. Turquoise shoes and feathery hat to finish off the ensemble. Oh dear!

twoclubs

I am just arriving now with Double Disco. Oh this is going to be mahvelous!! Clapping my delicate little hands and discarding the Ace of Hearts.

gemstone

Glad you're on the job, juneeeee...Uncle Bluebottle "dropped" me off miles from the church and I had to gallop over in new shoes...could hardly squeeze in the back pew...and missed the bride's entrance...plus the PA system doesn't seem to be working and I can't hear the vows...as you probably have a reserved seat up front, please describe the dresses and goings on...sure hope the reception is better! (Maybe I'll leave now so I can be first in line for the buffet.)

lelabugosi

gerdje-number....just follow Juneee!.........(She is on "the spot").....

juneshone

Well SLOG has picked the bride up, dusted her down, calmed her down and they are off (again) at a more sedate pace. Kaleidoboy was a hero once more as he found Adonisette's contact lenses glaring up at him so now she can see again, also. I think I might get two pages out of this happy event.

tja ...Bonga bonga land : I have no key to open it , no plan to find the way , no guide to follow.I used 20 minutes to read all comments , drink 2 coffees , smoke 3 cigarets and tja.....no key , no plan , no guide.

juneshone

Oh dear, off to an hilarious start. the bride chose the lovely theme tune from the film Robin Hood, unfortunately somebody got it wrong and they played Robin Hood, Robin hood riding through the glen. So a quick gallop down the aisle. the bride wore a long thick veil which she tripped over and her beautiful pink dress flew up to reveal what was supposed to be a private lacy treat for the gloom. Ah well, on with the motley, more from your roving reporter later when I can keep a straight face.

cakes1947

Pheewww ... wipe my brow ... I rushed thinking I was late ... for a very important date!!! :))))

lelabugosi

Yes, it is almost impossible to move here.......such excitement has not been seen since the uncorking of the very first bottle of Tadpole Wine!.......The sky is full of chairycopters, going round and round and....erm....round.........more later.......

gemstone

The streets must be filled with spectators and picnickers eagerly awaiting a glimpse of the blushing bride. Good thing octomom created a special flag to be waved by all and sundry to celebrate this day of national pride.

juneshone

remember to be a little late, don't want to look too desperate

Adonisette

Thank you Mrs.Hanne, for the lovely card!.......And thanks to (nearly) everyone else for their wishes.....I am now all dressed and ready to go!..........

Elfie

Lots and lots of congratulations on the BIG day!!

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lelabugosi

thousands-of-cakes.......granny will probably take you for a spin......literally!......
Tom-minus.........You will find that Juneee doesn't sit down, as she will be too busy going round the guests, for interviews...........therefore you will not be sitting together - though if you interview the guests, then you may well be going round together......
Mr.Time-lapse-numbers.........With that thought in mind, we have already announced the time of the wedding as 15 and 3/4 hours ahead of Mean Green Witch Time........So I think you'll be alright, unless you are setting off from the North Pole.....
Juneee......I am sure your bedroom is very............um...............'jolly'.........

juneshone

Oh No here I am with my trusty reporter's note book and pencil awaiting the arrival of beauty and the beast oops,make that the bride and gloom. Geez I hope she doest wear one of those big fluffy pink cake thingies. Just imagine pink orange and red, actually give it yellow walls and that's my bedroom. It looks very jolly

david06520

{{Well if Granny bopps into a big ol' stone thingy in Egypts maybe she was Asphinxiated?}}

I recall from my posting on the New Year's Eve that Bonga-Bonga is in a time zone that puts it about 15 and 3/4 hours ahead of Green Witch Time. Perhaps we have already missed the wedding of the century?

ThomasCat

Well I for one or two am delighted to be attending....although there is no word as to the time of the nuptials.....my dress is an exquisite orange creation that makes men drop to their knees when they see it.....Juneee in her red dress and I will definitely clash so we can't sit together

cakes1947

I'll drop in sometime or other to wish the couple well. And I'd love to try out a chairycopter. See you at the nuptials!!! thanks Lela! :))))))))
(time, 2:17)

lelabugosi

Such a pity. not-so-surreal-half-beard.........If you are contemplating sending a Grandfather (or indeedy, a Grandmother) clock. or ANYTHING THAT TICKS, then I feel compelled to warn you that it will be intercepted and sent back to you......in fact it will be DROPPED right on your doorstep, if not through your roof.........I hope I have expressed myself clearly, without BLOWING UP!.......

gemstone

Oh...I wonder what is on the bridal registry re: gifts...I do hate to give gift cards. Some crystal wine glasses would have been nice but if they're following Tatty's recommendation re: singers...perhaps not. What are you thinking about sending, Heidi?

Surreal_Heidi

I find myself forced to send my regrets. I am unable to attend the nuptials due to my rather strong sense of aesthetics. The betrothed couple are homelier than a mud fence, and I do not appreciate the company of guests (and family) partaking liberally of tadpole wine and other fare offered to those in Bonga Bonga. I will send a wedding gift, though, if I can get it through customs.

lelabugosi

Mr.Le-Squirty........
1.) Norbert is NOT wearing a space helmet........his image is symbolically placed in a circle, representing the thoughts of Adonisette, as he is not with her here.......
2.) No......
3.) Bonga-Bonga always has been, still is, and always will be AN ISLAND.......I do not recall ever having stated otherwise........

Therefore, your "Eh? Eh?" carries no weight whatsoever.....it is, in fact, as light as a feather blowing on the breeze of your absurd fancies........

patsquire

1.) Why is my favorite uncle's namesake, Norbert, wearing a space helmet?

2.) Is he being kept in some sort of exotic full-body condom prior to the nuptials?

3.) When, why and HOW has Bonga-Bonga suddenly become a "beautiful island" when previously it was a mainland nation, albeit a very minor one?

Eh? Eh?

Plumpossum

Not to worry about the broom, Hanne. I always keep several spares in case any of my good friends need them.

lelabugosi

Tom-minus........no, only a broken nose.........
pd-thingy.......no, no, no,no...........yes.........there is a connection, as guests will be 'dropped off' wherever the chairycopters land or don't land.........(granny will also be carrying the more adventurous passengers on her back, so they will surely drop off)........

pdevredis

Why do I feel that there's a connection between the dubious record of safe landings (note the plural--I was being generous, in the spirit of this spirited occasion) of the chairycopters and the fact that the reception will be held "all over our beautiful island"? Just askin'.........

ThomasCat

Oh my...bad news about Granny....I hope there wasn't too much facial damage as I know she is one of the bridesmaids.

lelabugosi

Tom-minus.........Yes, it would be wonderful to have the scintillating sisters here.......unfortunately granny could not get their particulars, as she suffered an unfortunate collision with the Great Pyramid, and it knocked her out for a few days......(the pyramid was not damaged)........
Plumpy.....your gracious offer is welcome.........
Hanne-with-pipe.......Yes of course - I will book you a return ticket-thingy.......

Elfie

I'll just take my broom - or Varda's!! I think I forgot to return it last time - sorry Varda!! Hope it's all right - if I take yours perhaps I can be chairycoptered back home again - will it be possible Lela??

Plumpossum

If the chairycopter is overworked, I offer my private luxurious well-appointed always-on-time incomparable one of a kind unique and beautiful possumcopter for the overflow. Reservations now being accepted.

ThomasCat

I just hope the Gawl-of-the-Darn sisters get this invitation because as you know..or don't know...they really make the party jump...I was just watching the Egyptian channel on my telly and they were doing a live telecast of two gorgeous girls boating down the river...everyone was excited because they thought it was an incarnation of Cleopatra...who also barged down the Nile.....but no...it was the Darn girls....does SLOGranny have their address?

lelabugosi

Yes, clem-from-Oklohoma..........Juneee-was-shining handles all the press business........
Tom-minus-we-know-what......I hadn't noticed the similarity before, but now you mention it.......

ThomasCat

It's amazing that Adonisette had to go all the way to Japan to find her one and only and he is the spittin' image of her. How do these things happen??

okieclem

Oh, my; do the folks at Entertainment Tonight and People magazine know about this Wedding of the Century?

lelabugosi

j.christmas-carroll......I perfectly understand your excu....I mean, reason, as I would also be rearranging my sock drawer if I had any socks to rearrange.....in my drawer......for socks.....

lelabugosi

Juneee.....Auntie Adonisette assures me that she has yet to be 'deflowered'.......though she had many opportunities during her heyday........or hay-days........
precious-pebble........uncle Bluebottle will pick you up personally, then drop you off (literally) in Bonga-Bonga.......
It's a shame you can't make it.....I have passed on your wishes.......

jcarroll

I would love to attend, also, but due to a scheduling conflict, I cannot. That is the day I have been planning for months to rearrange my sock drawer. And I was really looking for to a chairycopter ride!

juneshone

Sure do, just as well at such short notice, always makes me wonder when it's a rush job

stacker

Unfortunately due to an appointment for a root canal I will be unable to attend. Please give my best wishes to the happy couple. Although it's not tadpole wine I will make a toast to them with a chilled glass of white wine!

gemstone

Oh, I can hardly wait...and a chairycopter ride, too! Must rush off and get my hair and nails done...perhaps each nail painted with one colour the bride has chosen for her colour scheme. Please chill the tadpole!
Juneeeee...do you have your red dress and stilettos ready? Did you find a fascinator?