by Jalapenoman on 23/04/11 at 12:22 pm
People all over the globe are aware of the Royal Wedding taking place this week in England. Whether they live in countries that were once part of the British Empire (the U.S.A. or India) or places that never were (Japan or Peru), everyone seems to be aware of the biggest and most opulent marriage since that of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.
In “man on the street” interviews all over the globe, everybody seemed to be in the know on all of the details of the upcoming nuptuals between Prince William and Kate Middleton. They know where the wedding is taking place, what the wedding dress looks like, who is designing the dress, and what will be served as refreshments.
One man in Paris said something unintelligible that probably insulted all non-Frenchmen, but added that “she is beautiful and I could shower her with kisses.”
A German Neo-Nazi said that “Kate vould be zee highlight of any new prisoner of var camp, after ve take over zee vorld.”
The comments heard on most American college campuses fell mostly in the range of “I’d hit that” or “I’d do her.”
Another gentleman in Saudi Arabia said that “in her white wedding dress, she is almost as lovely as one of my sheep.”
The wedding is expected to be viewed by more than one billion people, making it the largest televised event of all times (passing the last World Cup Finals and Olympic Opening Ceremonies).
In Julip, Texas local TV station KBUD has decided to override the Royal Wedding coverage on TV and instead run live coverage of the annual Julip Tractor Pull and Green Barley Festival.