Twenty miles to London, and still no sign of Dick!
Yes folks, tis pantomime season again...where men dress as women, the principle boy is a girl (in a remarkably short skirt) and the leading lady gets to kiss the principle boy (who is a girl).
Only in Britain would people take young children to see such shenanigans (spelling???)...no wonder we have a few sexual hang ups.
Anyhoo, for once, Nanny doesn't mind about such cross dressing lesbian type issues.
What she does object to is the time honoured tradition of throwing sweets into the audience.
I hear you ejaculate...can I say ejaculate?
Simple, the sweets might hit the head of a child.
Organisers of the Babes in the Woods and Robin Hood production at Gorleston Pavilion Theatre, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, are shitting themselves that they will be sued for negligence if youngsters are hit in the face by a stray chocolate.
The theatre is not covered by insurance for any injuries from sweets thrown by the pantomime dame, Mark Hudson.
Instead, the sweets will be dropped into the front row and passed around by ushers.
Oh no it's not!
In keeping with the spirit of the occasion I wrote this article whilst wearing an oversized dress, and elaborate makeup....well actually, that's a normal Saturday morning in the Frost household, but maybe we won't go into that!