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Re: America & The British royals by kazzzz on 20 April 2007 6:43am
 
Excuse ne, they're VERY good at polo , eating cucumber sandwiches on the lawn and raising corgis! (apparently)
 
Re: America & The British royals by johnnythemonkey on 20 April 2007 7:38am
 
They're particularly good at never doing a days work and sponging lots of money.
 
Re: America & The British royals by Miss-M on 20 April 2007 8:52am
 
And they have a penchant for inviting their flatulent Corgis into the dining area to offend the guests during dinner.
 
Re: America & The British royals by peripatetically on 20 April 2007 1:52pm
 
sniff sniff

P U
 
Re: America & The British royals by arty_farty on 20 April 2007 1:59pm
 
is that why the queen has so many houses?
 
Re: America & The British royals by kazzzz on 21 April 2007 9:44am
 
I wonder if Prince Phil has a similar flatulance problem?
 
Re: America & The British royals by Spursfan on 21 April 2007 4:33pm
 
Can you imagine! "Hey Liz, pull one's finger" *Anne blushes for being rude*

I hear they have separate bedrooms - do you think that's why? Lol.

Happy birthday to Liz. No, not me, the other, less lovely one.

(Elizabeth) Anne
 
Re: America & The British royals by Gollumit on 21 April 2007 10:18pm
 
'Our royal family is a reprehensible group of people with no good ones among them’.

‘They're particularly good at never doing a days work and sponging lots of money’

Johnnythemonkey, go and get an education or better still browse through the Court Circular for 2 minutes! Clearly you have no understanding of the monarchy and are deeply misguided by ignorance and naivety.

Spursfan, clearly you do care! Why else would you spend so much time and energy in responding three times to a thread, which explicitly concerns Royalty? Slight contradiction!

‘The amount of preparations necessary were ridiculous’.

Any visit by any Head of State would require extensive planning not least on a security level.

‘All this bowing and scraping is just ridiculous’.

To bow or courtesy to the Queen and other members of the Royal Family is a personal decision. It is up to individual and the previously compulsory bowing has been discontinued. No one is forcing you to bow or courtesy to anyone, Spursfan.

‘I think that's what the royals have become nowadays, just celebrities’

Slight flaw in your argument, the Queen is the Head of State, Head of the Church of England and Head of the Commonwealth and as such has an important constitutional and religious role and unique position in British and Commonwealth affairs in exerting goodwill and unity.

Happy 81st Birthday to the Queen!
 
Re: America & The British royals by Palin_Lover on 21 April 2007 10:21pm
 
Happy Birthday to the Queen! :D
 
Re: America & The British royals by kazzzz on 22 April 2007 3:16am
 
Gollumit I LOVE the Royals one and all!!! Yay to pageantry...there should be more of it :)

Happy Bday Liz and Happy Bday new baby of Frederick and Mary :)
 
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