Remember to forget me when you fall in love By Isabel Cutter
In the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Remembrance Sunday is held on the second Sunday in November, which is the Sunday nearest to 11 November Armistice Day, the anniversary of the end of hostilities in the First World War at 11 a.m. in 1918. source We remember those who represented us war and support peace.
Meanwhile Koko&Teddy in Bed on Base
Teddy: Morning koko
Koko: Morning its not dawn yet
Teddy: 'Ice bucket' darling (challenge)
Koko: No get a cadet to warm a bucket
Teddy: 'From here on out koko I will be your commander' (Kelly Rowland)
Koko: 'And I command you' 'Action left or action right'
Teddy: First to fight for the right
Koko: Off we go into the wild blue yonder
Teddy: "Semper Paratus" is our guide
Koko: To win our victory
Teddy: Boney was a warrior
Koko: I will be your buttermilk hill
Teddy: In your red dyed dress
Koko: Happy remembrance week darling
Teddy: Thanks for guiding my manly heart
Koko: As your poppy I surrender my love for our countries Britannia and the colony America
Teddy: After death my ghost will haunt you!
Koko: If you die, my soul in glory is.
Koko: I ordered the sausages for Sunday as it National Sausage week at home in Britania
Teddy: Ooh bangers mash for the battalion
Koko: I am the darling in the crowd. I always look after the boys.
Teddy: Damn straight you are my woman!!
Teddy: Love, farewell my English rose
Koko: Fare thee well my warrior, I will be on radio if you need me
Teddy: Over and Out
Koko: Roger that darling
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