Pole was a Loon

by duncanr

Faint heart never won fair lady – so the saying goes.

But when Pole, Jan Rudnicki, left the pub and set off on his charger to woo Gosia Domoslawska, the lady was unmoved by his boldness.

The same could not be said of her house which was very definitely ‘moved’ when our bold knight rode his steed into her living room.

He’s a loon‘, said the lady. ‘I never fancied him before and I certainly don’t now’

Full story here – http://tinyurl.com/6dmss5o

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7 Comments to “Pole was a Loon”

  1. Hypocrite! The man fulfills every woman’s fantasy, and she complains!

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  2. “I may be a loon, my darling Gosia
    But lately my future has never seemed rosier
    I’ve ridden my charger to bring you the news –
    I’ve won Euromillions, how can you refuse?

    I’ll pay for the door, and the shit on the rug
    I’ve money aplenty, please give me a hug
    I’m sick of just riding my trusty old steed
    I need you to mount, and to give you my seed!”

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  3. How dare she call him a friggin loon 😦

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