A welcome back gift in the guise of parody song curtesy of the Kavalkade Krew: Cumberbuns ~ The Satire & Parody News Desk!.
I am told that one ought to consult a GP before taking their daily dosage of Cumbarbatch to avoid non-prescription side effects such as blushing, heavy breathing and fainting fancies, so approach with care. He is ch-armed and dangerous. Still… the Krew will be at hand to help if any of the above befalls you. 😉
LOL! Smitten huh? Does your heart go pitter pitter pat? Do sentences come out backwards… Cupids arrow hath struck thee!
That Cupid is a scoundrel and he knows it 😉
To quote teen daughter’s apt acronym: “ROFL!”
Umm I do remember watching a certain someone rolling on the floor some time ago, although admittedly it was not with laughter 😉
Yes please. I like my Cumber in the morning, MessyBatch is probably my favorite.
Ha! I’m not sure whether I could keep up with that level of demand, but will do my best. 🙂
Thank you, Vic. Have you seen this? http://www.buzzfeed.com/elliewoodward/very-important-photos-of-benedict-cumberbatch-with-kitten
Not yet, but will certainly have a look. Thank you, Ann.
That was a great laugh, Ann. Thank you. Not sure that I would assign him divinity status just yet, but I certainly get the spirit of it 😉
I am glad you enjoyed it, Vic. I laughed outright several times.
I like your post but I’m still on the fence as to whether or not I like Mr. Cumberbatch. What is it that women see in him? He’s too thin. But, of course, he has that English accent that most women drool over. I’m going to go practice my elocution!
Ah yes… the mystery that is the Batch. I can’t speak for others, but it is his uninhibited performances on stage and screen that have my vote. I find his looks unusual rather than handsome, so it [the attraction that is] must be all due to his talent as an actor and perhaps a little part of it to the charm that the right mixture of confidence and self-deprecation exudes. As for his accent… he is very well spoken, true, but being surrounded by Englishmen on a daily basis will tend to dilute its power. Although if you decide to experiment, let me know if it does help over the pond 😉
I could totally relate! 🙂
The more the merrier 😉
Glad to bring a smile, Beth. Thank you.
Oh, hysterical. Love that molten stare!
He does like to oblige when it comes to stares 😉
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