View Full Version : Herr Draper or Doctor Draper

Onan the Clumsy
1st Nov 2005, 12:41
or maybe Herr Doktor Draper:}

For a person so opposed to Europe, I always thought Herr was a strange honourific :8

1st Nov 2005, 12:43
Herr Draper.

Sounds good and there's an element of piss-take there.....

Onan the Clumsy
1st Nov 2005, 12:44
yes, but not as good as Monseiur Draper :}

1st Nov 2005, 12:49
Herr Kapitanzursee Draper Von Toon-oder-Tyne.

tony draper
1st Nov 2005, 12:57
One is not opposed to Europe,one is opposed to the thrice cursed EU, may the Horned one piss on it from a great height.
How can one be opposed to a entire landmass,thats daft,be like hating a lake or disliking a mountain range.
Lord of the Border Marches Draper,would be nice.
Carry on chaps.

1st Nov 2005, 13:06
Or, more likely, Lord Tone o' the Toon on the Tyne.:ok:

1st Nov 2005, 13:10
Why not just rename Mr Draper as Paul Gascoigne? :E

tony draper
1st Nov 2005, 13:13
From his surname and intellect one has long suspected him of being French.

1st Nov 2005, 13:15
Now that is being very hard...even on the French. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

1st Nov 2005, 13:16
Lord of the Border Marches Draper,would be nice.

Indeed, it has a certain ring to it. But are the Marches to which the title alludes belong in the Herefordshire region?

Perhaps you might prefer 'Border Reiver'?

1st Nov 2005, 13:19
What about Darth Draper?

tony draper
1st Nov 2005, 13:19
Good news peeps,just on the BBC, we are to keep our nukes,thank the lord, not having our buckets of sunshine to deter those buggas just 22 miles across the channel don't bare thinking about.
Hmmm, Margrave Draper?

1st Nov 2005, 13:20
Lord High Admiral Draper ... scourge of the Seven Seas.


1st Nov 2005, 13:40
With all the promises he has made to various nationalities, etc. when his time comes, I think Lord High Executioner would be more apposite!:uhoh: :uhoh:

1st Nov 2005, 13:50
Without 'knowing' said Draper (even in the biblical sense) maybe Rear Admiral Byker von Oberststurmbannfuerer Walker of Longbenton?

Darth Nigel
1st Nov 2005, 13:53
Lord Draper the HuggyFluff?
King Draper the Kind?
Lord Draper, Minister of the Arts?

Somehow none of them have the right "ring" to them...

Bullet-tooth Tony?

And as a complete aside. someone in Lexington called Tony Drapeau is running for office -- passed the sign this morning and almost drove into the bushes

1st Nov 2005, 14:58
(as from John Major/Private Eye)

Mr. Herr Draper?

tall and tasty
1st Nov 2005, 16:05
or how about just getting a Coat of Arms says much more than a title ever could



Solid Rust Twotter
1st Nov 2005, 18:00
Got to go with CPTN here.

Herr Obergruppensturmbahnfuhrer Draper has a certain ring to it... :ok:

1st Nov 2005, 18:41
......as was named his French ancestor?

tony draper
2nd Nov 2005, 10:44
Bloody hell yer right Cheerio,one had not noticed,just shows how observant one is.