Mayor David Brown made official our sister-city relationship with Besançon, France on Friday, leading the French mayor to comment: “It is, for me, a very big moment of happiness today. Today is wedding night for our towns.” Besançon’s lacy undergarments apparently enticed us, its lesbian sister-bride, since an inbred half-French child-city is expected in nine months.
8 thoughts on “C’ville Officially Weds Besançon”
“Wed’s Besançon”…? I guess that would make Cville a sort of “Polygamist.” How many Sister cities is that now?
I agree TrvlnMn. I think it’s time we hired a good divorce lawyer. Doesn’t City Council have anything better to do with their time?
By the way isn`t former “mover shaker- I`m always right” Caravati President of the local Italian – American League – (not that there is anything wrong with that) and probably disappointed as “his sister city ” hasn`t been tapped for the first (more to come) statue?
A lot of people actually don’t realize that this is where Short Pump came from. Richmond has had a thing going with the city of Wakayama in Japan for a long time. At some point in the late 1980’s they, uh, expressed their love physically. Now they have Short Pump.
Now they have Short Pump.
Jack have you been watching South Park reruns again?
For us, three. For Besançon? Twelve.
Of course sister marrying sister is both incestuous and homosexual. Praise be: a constitutional amendment will shortly nullify the relationships.
No, the amendment bars civil unions. Gay marriage was already illegal in VA, just as polygamy is.
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