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Saturday, 26 April 2014

Claire Khaw proposes to John Cleese

http://ask.fm/oneparty4all/answer/112660500609

Q:  Would you accept a proposal of marriage from John Cleese?

A:  He would need so much attention.

http://ask.fm/oneparty4all/answer/112662928513

Q:  Why do you feel that John Cleese would need a lot of attention from a wife?

A:  He is getting on a bit, isn't he? He probably wants someone to laugh at his jokes.

http://ask.fm/oneparty4all/answer/112663949441

Q: I am sure that Cleese does not think of his being a comedian to be his defining identity. His age is irrelevant, and you have said you would consider marriage proposals from men older than him. I actually think there is a political point you could make by marrying him.

Really? He is LibDem and I am ex-BNP.

http://ask.fm/oneparty4all/answer/112676379777

Q:  I believe you and Cleese could draw up a pre-nup using Islamic marital contracts as a template. Allow the document to be publicly available, thus garnering media attention to your idea. Use Cleese's dreadful experience with alimony from his last ex-wife to support your argument for these contracts.

A:  That is indeed how I would go about it, but first there must be an invitation to treat for matters to proceed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offer_and_acceptance#Invitations_to_treat
It does not have to proceed to completion. Even if negotiations were abortive they would be usefully illustrative.

http://ask.fm/oneparty4all/answer/112676432769

Q:  I wish to add this: You have said you would consider proposals from men further to the Left than Cleese. You once stating conquering a leftie would be a nice achievement. He has expressed conservative views on culture and immigration. You can make him right-wing with your wiles and persuasion.

A: All right.  I will propose to him on Twitter.

http://thebattlefieldoflove.blogspot.co.uk/search?q=domestic+partnership

If we do get married our matrimonial home should be called Khawlty Towers.  

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