Kindest respects...........How many times have we read that sign off ? A member many of us know and enjoy reading. Well a strange thing happened on my
What did members look like as teenagers thread
As some of you know Rodinus invited Mrs C andI over to meet his family and stay in his slum for a few days
In my members as teenagers thread (insert link)
Well, after much umming and ahhing we decided to bite the bullet and go visit France for a weekend
It was the most fun I've had in ages and owe Rod, Mrs R and Rod junior a debt of gratitude
Following is snippets of emails passed back and forth culminating in conjunction with Rod
a pictorial diary of our time spent together.
Great to talk to you at last.
We were thinking of coming over 2nd August and flying home 5 August if that's OK ?
OK I'll get it sorted as soon as I get my refund for my dragon in law's cancelled flight.
Apparently I'm a telepath and should know that 3 weeks means 3weeks of holiday and a week of other stuff
Mrs C's just trying to sort out visa arrangements (bloody South Africans)
As soon as all is in place I'll let you know
Bloody foreigners... and not to mention out-laws!
Round em up in a field and shoot shoot em all!
Same website - different page - direct quote
You wish to go to France for a friend visit and will stay no longer than 90 days. You must provide an invitation letter explaining the reason of your
trip to France. For accommodation, you must provide either a hotel booking or the lodging certificate (Attestation d'Accueil) obtained by the person
you are visiting in France from their local Townhall ('Mairie').
Not exactly a walk in the fecking park being married to a foreigner is it ?
Once we have your invite with your full name, street address, city or town, and post code
We can make the appointment to ask for the visa.
And present the coup de grace the Attestation d’ Accueil
After that if you could just whip up a power station out of dog biscuits and we might just be on our way .
Sorry to be such a pain in the bum mate
Just been down to the local mairie (town hall)...
I need a copy of MrsC's (formerly ****) Fnarr fnarrrr... passport, might be an idea to send me yours too just to be on the safe side. (and also to
make sure you are not a member of Mossad hahahaha)... * reminds myself to shave my beard off on Cody checklist*... takes me 15 days to have at least
one hair on my upper lip!
If you can send this tonight, i can get it sent off tomorrow morning (Oh my this is going to cost me 30€ (taxing Gvt again!!!) so better get a
decent bottle of Scotch brought over my friend!)) (and a couple of straws... and why not Alka Seltzers at the same time!!!)))... Oh bloody hell, Mrs R
does not drink! Luckily i (we) do to save the face of humanity in case of a SHTF scenario!
I should be able to get all of this out this morning, the town hall are also asking for proof of my residence and my passport too (bloody hell, been
in this village for over 14 years and they need proof that i live here!)... but thats the red tape system over here, the civil service are quite
I will tell the counsellers of your attire for the day of travel so that the loony police and bottom inspectors (remember Viz) know who you are and
can single you both out for a very thourough search (Pink Mobalpa vinyl dishwashing gloves n all!)
I'm wearing my pink thong backwards and will be wearing my leather undies with studs on the inside on day of travel if they need to know that as well
Mrs C is undecided about the day of travel but currently wearing a gimp mask and a piece of soggy parsely
Well what can I say ?
After the red tape was cut and the officials bribed we finally landed in France and met
Now to Rod