Skeletons In A Cryptic Crypt March 3, 2015Posted by nrhatch in Humor, People, Word Play.
A quick question posed to the right quarters
A quizzical quip about the queen’s mingled bedfellows
Is she queen consort . . . or consorting quean?
Inquiring minds want to get to the bottom of this box of bones!
Aah . . . that’s better!
Related post: A Box of Bones (Kate Shrewsday)
London’s history overflows with quires, squires, inquiries, quips, quests, inquests, and queens. To learn more lore, you might wade into London by Edward Rutherfurd ~ “a glorious pageant spanning two thousand years.”
Not enough time to ingest a thousand pages spanning two thousand years on the Thames? Swing by L. Marie’s blog for my guest post set in a Scottish pub ~> The Stanton Effect: Building to the Punchline.