Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Duda is on his way!

One time Aide de Camp Miecek Duda, most noted for his 'unusual' symphonies and loud presence on the battlefield, has been selected to command a foreign contingent.

Read all about his adventures at The Duchy of Mieczyslaw

7 comments:

Martin said...

Hi Murdock,

Isn't he the guy who played, "All the duda day"? Sorry. I couldn't resist. I bet Steven Foster is revolving in his grave.

MurdocK said...

LOL Look up the Polish translation of DUDA as a name...

Herzog Ignaz said...

With the heritage implied by the name, isn't Duda perhaps better cut out for a career in the artillery?

Fitz-Badger said...

So he played "all the duda day", badly, on bagpipes? lol
Maybe that's why he's leaving town in such a hurry! ;-)

MurdocK said...

Well perhaps the artillery, however a loud boisterous and blundering staff officer works also?

Plus artillery officers in the period are not really looked upon favorably...at least until one certain Captain releived the seige of Marseilles...

MurdocK said...

Bagpipes in Mieczyslaw?

Definately a good reason to leave in a hurry!

Der Alte Fritz said...

What would Aerosmith say about this?