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Re: Forms of address...
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- Date: 15 Mar 95 16:49:00 -0500
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Evan da Collaureo enlivens an otherwise quiet evening with a
story of their Middle Magesties, Finn and Garlanda, Graf
Steffan, and pet names that migrated into the lists, here
omitted to save space. Ianthe tells an embarrassing story in
As he is my lord and husband, I have granted Don Fernando
considerable latitude in the forms he may address me by, but
even he has treaded close to danger.
At Pennsic VI, Fernando (as King) woke me with a resounding
slap on the rump, and the bellow "UP WENCH! WE GO TO WAR!"
In gentle response, I tripped him. He fell into our piled
armor with a resounding crash. I jumped up and bellowed back
"THEN BRING ME MY ARMOR, BOY!"
Outside the tent a dead silence came over the camping
neighborhood - except for birdsong... and the strangled gurgle
of (then) Prince Frederick of Holland, who was choking on his
morning coffee by our fire.
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