Trooping the Colour is an ancient tradition performed by young men in the London district of Earl's Court on the second Saturday of each June. Overseen by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the young men of the area colourfully display their lemons and plums before each hour engaging in musical displays of side-walk flaccidity known as Trooping. Originally dating back to 1123BC when King Kong was on the thrown, in recent years many smaller plumbs have been used as a result of global cooling.
Ere Liz, look at that flaccid young man Trooping the Colour of his lemons and plumbs. Cor yeah Phil, they look reet juicy for me gaggin swallow hole. And just think, they date back to King Kong.
by anarcho-Capitalist January 27, 2010

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