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down vote because of the fact you're allegedly a dude, know this and care about this.
"If you have the right to be offended I have the right to offend you." - Ricky Gervais
Quote from the British version of The Office sums up my feelings:
"Some guy spills his beans down your muff and you want us to congratulate you. Toss off, twat."
But what about Aunt Pippa?
This is relevant to my interests. If she's feeling a bit 'unfulfilled,' then I can certainly help her out!
The fuck is wrong with you?
What the fuck makes someone "royal" then? Actually, who the hell cares, screw the monarchy!
What if they have a couple of kids, but the first born (let's just say it is a male) has fairly significant developmental disabilities? Like, I am talking about 70-75 IQ range. Does that kid get to be King? Do they fuck him over?
This post was edited by El Doctor B 19 months ago
Per Wiki: 2-3% of births have 70 or lower IQ. Frequently it's a result of genetic defects or pre or postnatal problems. Most of these are mild, but the child's development will still be profoundly stunted. But these kids can and do learn, with difficulty, to keep themselves clean and hold down modest responsibilities with training.
Would you put your kid with a <70 IQ in charge of responsibilities of the British monarchy? They handle quite a bit of money and have to negotiate lots of social situations anyone would find awkward and daunting every day. Of course nobody would do this to a challenged kid. It would be unkind, if nothing else. Also it would be very clear to the child at an early age that they couldn't cope--so they'd probably have little interest in the job anyway.
Yes. Yes I would.
The kid would be King. Some member of the royal family, likely the next in line, would be Regent.
I enjoy British history. I have read many biographies of various British monarchs (reading a biography of King George V at the moment). I also enjoy the history of the British Empire.
Twink or Bear?
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
just recently watched a BBC documentary where they claim that the current Royal line is the wrong one. It's based off the belief that Edward IV was a bastard child because his "father", Richard Plantagenet was away in France the entire year leading up to his birth. if you only have a few minutes, check out the first 10 or so minutes when they explain the whole thing.
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Investigating Richard III, Tony Robinson was shown evidence to suggest that the royal line was tainted by the illegitimacy of Edward IV. So who should be sitting on the throne today? Tony tries to find out in a detective story that takes him from the Tower of London via Debrett's Peerage to ruined castles and family tombs in Scotland and Ashby de la Zouch
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Kid is on the way supposedly.
I'm hoping its a Hermaphrodite so they call it prince/princess. The fact this country was ever a world power is mind-blowing.
Lots of has been country's. France, England, Egypt, etc.
you mean to tell me this is a castle and you have no tapestries???
Congrats on fucking, I guess? The British are obviously still cumming.
In labor for nine hours. In terms of labor in Britain, this has to be some kind of record.
Yeah, usually English newborns can just stroll right on out of there twirling their canes.
Personally I'm anxious to see if the baby looks anything like me.
This post was edited by Johnny2x2x 12 months ago
I'm rooting for Lemmy as the baby name.
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