Barbara Cartland

Fuchsia fossil Barbara Cartland instructed some of her sprightly manservants to test an array of grails before drinking from the holy goblet herself. The bygone Barbie watched indifferently as her sex slaves fell one by one. It was her dementia that proved fatal, however, when she mistook her surroundings and used a false chalice as a pill swallowing aid.  She rapidly transformed from periwinkle pensioner to archaeological abortion.

Cartland: Fourth or Fifth Century.


1 Response to “Barbara Cartland”

  1. 1 yomal yapa April 28, 2012 at 8:37 am

    “fuchsia fossil” is nice but this lady wrote my favourite book: Barbara Cartland’ Year of Royal Days.My snobbish persona identifies her as its supreme godess & idol.but what d’u say about sex slaves? she is said 2 have shrank back from the idea of marriage coz of sex-no?

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