Amber Heard couldn’t have been more greenYgrey at the Aquaman London premiere.
The Stella Lagerwolf-Bruno in me thinks she has put this week’s London Fashion show in the shade, winning top outfit of the year before the fashionistas could strut their funky stuff on the catwalk.
Amber American Letterography Study
However, in the wake of the Kate v Meghan controversy, some British greenYgreyliens wonder if Amber is too American for the greenYgrey role… when the greenYgrey trilogy eventually becomes a blockbuster superhero franchise… which must be imminent now!?
While Amber Heard is mostly all American in a good way, she can seem a little over the top in an immature way at times, such as the fake apology with Johnny Depp about taking her dogs into Australia illegally.
I know I have been too immature for my age most of the time, and may be doing so again with this blog post; and especially for my doctor of philosophy title; although I would argue that this is a part of philosophy, and especially when paired with some of my more serious writing and poetry, such as yesterday’s meeting with the sun prose and poetry shared with you for free on fmpoetry.wordpress.com (while admittedly advertising my books).
Blame the Parents
However, greenYgreyology letterography experts; the greenYgreyology version of lexicography; think they have worked out the reason why; Sherlock Holmes style.
If you study Amber’s name for as long as they do, you will see that it shares the first four letters of Amer-ica(n), with only a b in the middle of Am-b-er dividing them.
Therefore, Amber Heard should not be blamed for being too American, and any fault lies with her parents, or whoever named her.
I hope that clears the way for Amber Heard to carry on greenYgreying (bringing back the Carry On franchise could be another option; that was unplanned unconscious spontaneous prose observation while travelling the writing road self-proclaimed genius!) all the way to the lead role…
P.S. The above contained mostly parody humour based on reality, whereas the last blog post contained mostly reality with a little parody humour.