Friday, June 26, 2009

Ysbryd Mathonwy

The House of Boyo is off to the Wales tomorrow to attend the annual Cwyniad.

It is also a chance to have our masculine child, Bendigeidfran ap Saisladdwr aMhorcaunt de Boyo, initiated in the Ways of the Welsh.

The Cymru Rouge cadres of Ferryside have been ordered to trawl in a furlong of cockles and pluck a crwth in preparation.

In the meantime, listen to this:

Happy holidays, innit!


Gorilla Bananas said...

It's about bloody time you went to Wales, Boyo. Anyone reading this blog would think it was a foreign country. There must be some top-notch outdoor activities at this time of year. Keep a safe distance from the druid impersonators.

Francis Sedgemore said...

Ta ta tŷ ha', ha ha ha!?!

Anonymous said...

Who's the tone deaf guy in shades?

Tone deaf people need to be weeded out of Welsh society via sterilisation.

Gaw said...

I think it was Russ Abbot. That's where he went - he loves a happy atmosphere.

No Good Boyo said...

It is Neil Kinnock's brighter younger brother.

Ie wir, Ffransis, na i losgu'r bwthyn ar ôl gadael.

GB, we'll be protected from braless Englishwomen in heynonny outfits by the spirit of Sgwarnota O'Gwmpas, the goddess of the ditch.

No Good Boyo said...

A timely note - I've just realised that the hyperlink at "cwyniad" leads to the story of how Vincent Price kickstarted Michael Jackson's career.


Gadjo Dilo said...

It's always nice to meet somebody who bucks the stereotype - e.g. a Brazilian who can't dance, a badly organised German... - and that Welsh in the red headscarf really cannot sing! Have a great time in the Land of Your Fathers.

Kevin Musgrove said...

I hope your family can cope with your reaction to a concentrated dose of the soil of your fathers. They may end of having to read you excerpts from the Mole Valley Ratepayers Association as an anodyne.

The Drinker said...

This blog is my favourite blog which is a Welsh blog. My second favourite blog which is a Welsh blog is probably Mrs Boyo. My two favourite Welsh blogs which are Welsh are partners.

None of this matters.

Kind regards from the capital city.

No Good Boyo said...

Croeso Drinker, I hope you do what it says on your tin. Mrs Boyo raises a paw in greeting, or at least that's what I think it is.

Thanks Gadj and Kev, it was emotional and involved much violation of White Man's law. But I'm back now.