Thursday, 27 April 2006

The death of Arthur

Following my pleasant luncheon, in between work, mental tirades and whatnot, I had quite a nice and productive time this arvo.

While having a breather from that I read about Patch Keating and his father-in-law's alleged antics, sounds like a good way to bond with the old lady's olds. The newspaper article concluded by stating that Patch and his wife, Amber or Amba, recently had a baby daughter who they dubbed Avalon "after the Roxy music song”. Named after a lady who danced the bossa nova.

And there I was thinkin’ byebee must have been named after the Sydney northern beaches suburb and gracious home to the King Arthur Knight Club and theatre restaurant . Top night out if you’re keen on ladies in wimples and conical hats, men in chain mail, stoner surfies brandishing swords, and loads of laughs. See you there this Saturday, or Sat'e'dee as they used to say in the olden days.

2 comments:

David said...

Which olden days are you talking about? My paternal grandfather called it Satdee. He was a pict.

Mistress Bel said...

well ladies were wearing wimples and gents chain mail, so that'd make it Victorian times.