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  • Simpleboy
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    Originally posted by Jingogunner View Post
    Any Aston Martin would do me just fine, Mr BrianW, you're quite right. However, an Aston Martin without a matching girl would be a lonely thing, I suspect. I wonder of one could obtain a drophead girl to go with it?
    If you get the car, the girls will follow, however, if you get the girl, the cars dont follow. So get the car.


    And yes, that explains it perfectly.

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  • YYZPICS
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    Originally posted by yash777 View Post
    That stupid wedding?

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  • Jingogunner
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    Bank Holdiday Horror

    Originally posted by yash777 View Post
    Good for you guys then. More bank holidays.
    Habve you ever experienced the full horror of a bank Holiday in the UK, Mr Yash777?

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  • Jingogunner
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    Drophead?

    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    .....but I would, of course, all things being considered, prefer the drophead Aston Martin.
    Any Aston Martin would do me just fine, Mr BrianW, you're quite right. However, an Aston Martin without a matching girl would be a lonely thing, I suspect. I wonder of one could obtain a drophead girl to go with it?

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  • brianw999
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    .....but I would, of course, all things being considered, prefer the drophead Aston Martin.

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  • yash777
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    Originally posted by Jingogunner View Post
    All weddings are stupid, Mr Yash777, everybody knows they aint gonna last.
    Good for you guys then. More bank holidays.

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  • Jingogunner
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    Media Fantasy

    Originally posted by Simpleboy View Post
    Now i live in the commonwealth and i still dont get whats so special about this wedding.
    Hello Mr Simpleboy,

    Royal Weddings are always presented as special by the media. The media has nothing to do with truth or accuracy. The gorgoeus costumes, the carriages, the gold and red robes of the clergy, the uniformed military and functionaries, the giant screens for public adoration, all are part of the Great Fairy Story. The handsome Prince (well, he's got an Aston Martin, anyway) the beautiful Princess (Mr BrianW loves the images he's seen of her) must fall in love and live happily ever after. It is the prefect media fantasy in a world becoming inflamed by the Four Horsemen. Al Queda women probably watch it. The immaginatioin of an anxious and increasingly penniless public has been harnessed by pomp, ceremony and make-believe.

    Mr Acheck thinks it makes us all brothers and sisters and that I should travel more.

    Does that answer your question, Mr simpleboy?

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  • Jingogunner
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    Fetish

    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    Kate was asking the Queen what the secret was to a long and happy married life after being promoted from commoner to royal wife.

    Her Majesty answered " Wear a seat belt at all times and don't piss me off " !!!

    ....and personally.....I think she's absolutely gorgeous. Then again, I've got knobbly knees as well !!
    Oh that's all right MR BrianW, we all have our fetishes, you're quite normal.

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  • Jingogunner
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    Attraction to Camilla Parker-Bowles?

    Originally posted by guamainiac View Post
    Before you say another word, explain the attraction to Camilla P Bowles?

    Hello Mr Guamaniac,

    He used to play polo! He was at the last of the cold-shower-cane-on-the -buttocks-prefects-fondling-their-fags* public schools (what you call private schools in the USA). He had, like his son after him and father before him, a very restricted range in what he was allowed to find attractive.The horsey look has for this reason always been popular with Royalty and nobility. The relationship with Diana didn't last because for one thing, she wasn't horsey enough.

    * fag was the term given to younger boys who had to fetch and carry for the prefects.

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  • Jingogunner
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    Slow Thicko

    Originally posted by Deadstick View Post
    I hit it. And then hit it again.
    Hello Mr Deadstick,

    I'm slow and thick, what did you hit and hit again, and why, please? Your thigh as you convuilsed with mirth? A drunk neighbour? The toga button?

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  • Jingogunner
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    Stupid Weddings

    Originally posted by yash777 View Post
    That stupid wedding?

    All weddings are stupid, Mr Yash777, everybody knows they aint gonna last.

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  • Jingogunner
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    Monarchy and travel

    Originally posted by ACheck View Post
    Possibly you need to travel more beyond your country's borders and see how all of us in the Commonwealth are tied together under our common heritage. I have traveled extensively throughout the world and our British heritage makes us "brothers and sisters" and we really aren't foreigners when we are in each others country.

    I use to think the monarchy was a waste of money and I didn't care about the Commonwealth, however as I get older and understand my country's history and tradition I am glad I live in a country with a Queen as Head of State and a Parliament.
    Oh I'm not against the Monarchy, Mr ACheck, Thank you so much for offering the prospect of travel as an aid to my education, Mr ACheck, I do appreciate your concern. Of course, I understand that your ideas about multiculturalism and globalism make you feel better, help to explain the world and so forth, but even with all these aids I still find it so confusing and incscrutable, don't you? I'm sure you and I can be brothers, Mr ACheck, although I don't understand why we need the Monarchy to assert our friendship and brotherly love. I would appreciate learning more about how travel and the Royal Family have helped you and how they could help me to understand more about brotherly and sisterly love, Mr ACheck, particularly in relation to the Royal Family which seems not a very loving institution. As I understand it, both William's dad and his uncle have failed in their relationships to their wives and I don't find that a particularly shining example for myself or for the commonwealth.

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  • Jingogunner
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    Aston Martin Prince

    Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post
    I would have loved to be the master of ceremonies today. Imagine the bishop at Westminster abbey, seconds after both said "Yes, I will" .... with a deep and sonorous voice:
    "Let me tell you one thing, dear Prince William. Now that you're married, I can safely say ... you're in deep shit!"

    But, to the topic, I for one think Kate is a gorgeous lady ... she deserved more luck, than her fresh husband
    Thank you for candidly revealing your attraction to Katherine Middleton's image, Mr LX-A343, I understand how this sort of thing happens, its happened to me often enough. However, one has to bear in mind that the set of injunctions, double-binds and other restrictive features planted since childhood in the mind of William Windsor mean that any marriage he undertakes is virtually as arranged as the most orthodox of Muslim weddings. We can hope that love will develop and blossom, that the fairy tale will become true, much as we know in our heart of hearts, Mr LX A343, that soon our trusty News of the World, Sunday People, Daily Express, The Sun, etc, will dispell our dreams and wishes. Until that time, I will share a tear with you over the unfolding story of a Handsome Prince and Beautiful Princess who Fall In Love on the world media stage.

    If you had an Aston Martin and a gorgeous red and gold uniform, could you really not do better than Katherine Middleton?

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  • J.Louwen
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    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    Then again, I've got knobbly knees as well !!
    You don't have the come up with some evidence, we believe you anyway!

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  • ACheck
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    Originally posted by Simpleboy View Post
    Now i live in the commonwealth and i still dont get whats so special about this wedding.
    Possibly you need to travel more beyond your country's borders and see how all of us in the Commonwealth are tied together under our common heritage. I have traveled extensively throughout the world and our British heritage makes us "brothers and sisters" and we really aren't foreigners when we are in each others country.

    I use to think the monarchy was a waste of money and I didn't care about the Commonwealth, however as I get older and understand my country's history and tradition I am glad I live in a country with a Queen as Head of State and a Parliament.

    Leave a comment:

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