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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Henry on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 13:46

I loikes breasts, I do! chickendance
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Red on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 14:59

taipan wrote:
Red wrote:
Dello wrote:
JKLever wrote:Caught it on the news. Looked lovely she did and Pippa is a nice piece of arse too Wink

Defty brought on-topic - she (Pippa) is stepping out with former unconvincing cricketer Alex Loudon.

He must've bowled her over with his doosra. Or, I don't know, something posh and foppy. Who knows how they woo each other.

Perhaps a secret handshake is involved. He can make his go the other way.

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

Jealousy is a terrible emotion.

No, just a realistic assessment. Some get on the bandwagon of anyone who turns up as a celebrity or royal wannabe and declares them automatically as a beauty or handsome but if they walked down the street without a title and in everyday mufti, they'd barely turn a head.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 15:13

" ugly ducklings "

Have you forgotten the end of that story?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by furriner on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 16:00

They were served first at the royal dinner?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by eowyn on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 17:21

Red wrote:

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

My goodness you really are a nasty piece of work. I don't think you are a man any more, I think you're a lesbian with a massive chip on your shoulder.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Allan D on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 17:46

Santa Sebag-Montefiore. Crazy name, crazy gal!!

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by The One on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 20:22


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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by JKLever on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 21:21

Is that a photoshop or just a snap when picking up her trail?

And yes, Red comes accross as someone with issues....
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Sat 30 Apr 2011, 23:16

Allan D wrote:Try using the image downloader rather than pasting the url straight on the page. Just a jumble of letters and numbers this end.
Looks fine at my end, and I guess that's all that matters. Razz
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by taipan on Sun 01 May 2011, 07:42

Red wrote:
taipan wrote:
Red wrote:
Dello wrote:
JKLever wrote:Caught it on the news. Looked lovely she did and Pippa is a nice piece of arse too Wink

Defty brought on-topic - she (Pippa) is stepping out with former unconvincing cricketer Alex Loudon.

He must've bowled her over with his doosra. Or, I don't know, something posh and foppy. Who knows how they woo each other.

Perhaps a secret handshake is involved. He can make his go the other way.

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

Jealousy is a terrible emotion.

No, just a realistic assessment. Some get on the bandwagon of anyone who turns up as a celebrity or royal wannabe and declares them automatically as a beauty or handsome but if they walked down the street without a title and in everyday mufti, they'd barely turn a head.

Disagree. Both look pretty hot to me.

Are the Middletons related to the Smiths in some way I don't know about?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Red on Sun 01 May 2011, 10:05

eowyn wrote:
Red wrote:

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

My goodness you really are a nasty piece of work. I don't think you are a man any more, I think you're a lesbian with a massive chip on your shoulder.

That's a bit rich considered all the nastiness witnessed here from time to time and all the vitriol directed at me.

So I take back what I said about Pippa. Since all the men seem to think she's so hot, maybe she deserves a man with a title, who also has a house in Kensington and a country estate. She obviously believes she's special enough to deserve it so good luck to her!
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Red on Sun 01 May 2011, 10:09

Red wrote:
eowyn wrote:
Red wrote:

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

My goodness you really are a nasty piece of work. I don't think you are a man any more, I think you're a lesbian with a massive chip on your shoulder.

That's a bit rich considered all the nastiness witnessed here from time to time and all the vitriol directed at me.

So I take back what I said about Pippa. Since all the men seem to think she's so hot, maybe she deserves a man with a title, who also has a house in Kensington and a country estate. She obviously believes she's special enough to deserve it so good luck to her!

As for the chip on the shoulder bit, I do take issue with women who accept men to provide so much in this day and age. I've always paid my own way. Women with a princess attitude piss me off and I've seen my fair share of this type. The thing is, men seem to get sucked in by them.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Sun 01 May 2011, 11:12

If only the protagonists were as cute as these...














or these....


















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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Sun 01 May 2011, 11:15

The One wrote:
The little girl on the left is clearly worried it'll go off with a bang. Cool
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Red on Sun 01 May 2011, 11:31

skully wrote:
The One wrote:
The little girl on the left is clearly worried it'll go off with a bang. Cool

Trite, but it's good.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Chivalry Augustus on Sun 01 May 2011, 13:56

Red wrote:
taipan wrote:
Red wrote:
Dello wrote:
JKLever wrote:Caught it on the news. Looked lovely she did and Pippa is a nice piece of arse too Wink

Defty brought on-topic - she (Pippa) is stepping out with former unconvincing cricketer Alex Loudon.

He must've bowled her over with his doosra. Or, I don't know, something posh and foppy. Who knows how they woo each other.

Perhaps a secret handshake is involved. He can make his go the other way.

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

Jealousy is a terrible emotion.

No, just a realistic assessment. Some get on the bandwagon of anyone who turns up as a celebrity or royal wannabe and declares them automatically as a beauty or handsome but if they walked down the street without a title and in everyday mufti, they'd barely turn a head.

FWIW, I actually agree with this. There's a lot of hyperbolic fawning over rich/famous people who are neither bright nor attractive. I've nothing against any of the names specifically mentioned in this thread, but do find Pippa, for instance, to be a little bit masculine for anyone's taste. To be honest, I've found the whole wedding and the baggage to be vomit-inducing. Just a load of confetti and crap whilst the downtrodden peasants who are paying for the bastard applaud and cheer. It's the same principle as with fans who go and watch/worship Premier League footballers, for ninety minutes the illusion of a bond is maintained, but every minute either side of that, the gap is so deep and profound that it's amazing it's still ongoing.

Oh well, here's hoping for a car-crash divorce in the next few years. Without the car-crash being so literal this time.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Red on Sun 01 May 2011, 14:22

Chivalry Augustus wrote:
Red wrote:
taipan wrote:
Red wrote:
Dello wrote:
JKLever wrote:Caught it on the news. Looked lovely she did and Pippa is a nice piece of arse too Wink

Defty brought on-topic - she (Pippa) is stepping out with former unconvincing cricketer Alex Loudon.

He must've bowled her over with his doosra. Or, I don't know, something posh and foppy. Who knows how they woo each other.

Perhaps a secret handshake is involved. He can make his go the other way.

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

Jealousy is a terrible emotion.

No, just a realistic assessment. Some get on the bandwagon of anyone who turns up as a celebrity or royal wannabe and declares them automatically as a beauty or handsome but if they walked down the street without a title and in everyday mufti, they'd barely turn a head.

FWIW, I actually agree with this. There's a lot of hyperbolic fawning over rich/famous people who are neither bright nor attractive. I've nothing against any of the names specifically mentioned in this thread, but do find Pippa, for instance, to be a little bit masculine for anyone's taste. To be honest, I've found the whole wedding and the baggage to be vomit-inducing. Just a load of confetti and crap whilst the downtrodden peasants who are paying for the bastard applaud and cheer. It's the same principle as with fans who go and watch/worship Premier League footballers, for ninety minutes the illusion of a bond is maintained, but every minute either side of that, the gap is so deep and profound that it's amazing it's still ongoing.

Oh well, here's hoping for a car-crash divorce in the next few years. Without the car-crash being so literal this time.

Well, call me celebitchy again, but would have to agree. Can't see how anyone can see Pippa or Mrs M as actually pretty. Kate has a softer look though.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Sun 01 May 2011, 14:46

Red wrote:

That's a bit rich considered all the nastiness witnessed here from time to time and all the vitriol directed at me.


I doubt Angela has ever had a go at you before...she only has a crack at people who attack her or post something rude nasty or stupid in her sphere of interest

You have cracked the trifecta so I think you've got off lightly
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by taipan on Sun 01 May 2011, 16:18

embee wrote:
Red wrote:

That's a bit rich considered all the nastiness witnessed here from time to time and all the vitriol directed at me.


I doubt Angela has ever had a go at you before...she only has a crack at people who attack her or post something rude nasty or stupid in her sphere of interest

You have cracked the trifecta so I think you've got off lightly

She has actually but nothing too serious.

PMSL at Red taking Gus seriously.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by JKLever on Sun 01 May 2011, 20:29

Blimey, people going way too deep with this.

Still maintain all the Middleton chicks are hotties, nothing more nothing less.
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Post by G.Wood on Mon 02 May 2011, 00:01

Aye, they both pass the "Well, would you?" test without much trouble and what else is there?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Basil on Mon 02 May 2011, 00:09

Red wrote:
Chivalry Augustus wrote:
Red wrote:
taipan wrote:
Red wrote:
Dello wrote:
JKLever wrote:Caught it on the news. Looked lovely she did and Pippa is a nice piece of arse too Wink

Defty brought on-topic - she (Pippa) is stepping out with former unconvincing cricketer Alex Loudon.

He must've bowled her over with his doosra. Or, I don't know, something posh and foppy. Who knows how they woo each other.

Perhaps a secret handshake is involved. He can make his go the other way.

To win Pippa, you reportedly have to have a title, house in Kensington and an estate in the sticks. That's social climbing for a girl with modest looks.

Michael Vaughan on twitter encouraged Harry to make a move on the girl with the slitty eyes though.

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan jokingly took to Twitter to urge: "Make a move this afternoon, Harry."


At least Kate, who is no classical beauty but an improvement on other females in the royal family might improve the gene pool. With ugly ducklings like Anne, and Andrews daughters, that would be a relief to royal watchers.

William's baldness at such a young age is a worry. He used to be a bit of a hunk.

Harry of course is downright ugly, even if he has a cheeky personality.

Jealousy is a terrible emotion.

No, just a realistic assessment. Some get on the bandwagon of anyone who turns up as a celebrity or royal wannabe and declares them automatically as a beauty or handsome but if they walked down the street without a title and in everyday mufti, they'd barely turn a head.

FWIW, I actually agree with this. There's a lot of hyperbolic fawning over rich/famous people who are neither bright nor attractive. I've nothing against any of the names specifically mentioned in this thread, but do find Pippa, for instance, to be a little bit masculine for anyone's taste. To be honest, I've found the whole wedding and the baggage to be vomit-inducing. Just a load of confetti and crap whilst the downtrodden peasants who are paying for the bastard applaud and cheer. It's the same principle as with fans who go and watch/worship Premier League footballers, for ninety minutes the illusion of a bond is maintained, but every minute either side of that, the gap is so deep and profound that it's amazing it's still ongoing.

Oh well, here's hoping for a car-crash divorce in the next few years. Without the car-crash being so literal this time.

Well, call me celebitchy again, but would have to agree. Can't see how anyone can see Pippa or Mrs M as actually pretty. Kate has a softer look though.

You're not all jealous then.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by furriner on Mon 02 May 2011, 00:41

Now who's that in your avatar Red?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Mon 02 May 2011, 03:10

JKLever wrote:Blimey, people going way too deep with this.

Still maintain all the Middleton chicks are hotties, nothing more nothing less.
G.Wood wrote:Aye, they both pass the "Well, would you?" test without much trouble and what else is there?
I would've thought Red would've understood the way men think after her treatment at the hands of Smiffy. We have an inbuilt "r00tability" meter and clearly Pippa and her Mum get that meter more in the positive than the negative. And clearly Gussy is gay. Cool
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Mon 02 May 2011, 03:14

Considering the "well , would you?" test for most blokes stops just past Kathy Kinney it isnt much of guide
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