The Chaucer Wedding Ban
Posted by Dave Bath on 2011-04-28
Perhaps the royals were worried about crudity, given what The Chaucer authored last time after seeing DCameron.
Goe uppe the ille, ryght uppe the myddel,
goe downe the knayve, the ryng than twyddel.
We practysed words, the dressyes mocked up,
for we do and don’t want ryght royle cock up.– The Commoner’s Tail
For those readers who don’t get it D.Cameron is British PM, while Prince Gay Otter is the alternate title of The Decameron by Boccaccio, a series of often bawdy tales which inspired Geoffrey Chaucer to pen Canterbury Tales.