Monday, July 22, 2013

Royal Baby Boy


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Just in case you missed the news.

58 comments:

  1. Will The Mistress be hosting a Name The Royal Baby Contest?

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    1. LX: You didn’t win.

      Next question?

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  2. Looks like Uncle Harry has started the celebrations already!

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    1. Those pubes aren't ginger - must be Uncle James!

      Jx

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    2. PRINNY & JON: If they call the baby “William” then the father would be “Big Willy” and the son “Little Willy.”

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  3. oh Mountbatten Jemma, no doubt
    kensington's linked this post to their home page!

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    1. NORMA: I’m shopping online at the Kensington Palace gift shop but I couldn’t find a Prince Albert.

      p.s. Cut it out. You know what I mean.

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    2. Oh that's the reason why Viccie was mourning for so long!

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    3. MAGO: I’m surprised she could sit down.

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    4. MALADROIT JUNE: i've never understood
      heavy metal.......music or cocks.

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    5. What's wrong with Margaret Jezabel?

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    6. * prepares the Oubliette for Norma and Huggy Jon*

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    7. Be warned.
      She killed stronger men for less.

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  4. Could still be a queen, if you know what I mean..!!!

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    1. WALLY: That’s what I’m hoping for!

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  5. There's getting to be a real crowd waiting around for Lizzie to take the hint and shuffle on off. At the rate they're going, the kid won't even be able to totter up onto the throne in this century. Pick up the pace.

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    1. The Queen Mother died at the age of 101.

      Queen Elizabeth is only 87 so if she lives as long as her mum, she has another 14 years to go.

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  6. I vote to name the new royal baby Richard..

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    1. CJ: King Dick… brilliant!

      Looks like Miss Scarlet agrees.

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    2. Hai Jon!!

      I'm glad someone agrees with me!

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  7. Too busy celebrating to leave a comment. Sorry.

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    1. MR. DeVICE: Does celebrating involve a trip to the Gincuzzi?

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  8. I'm with CJ and Wally... we need a King Dick who turns out to be a fab Queen.
    Sx

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    1. MISS SCARLET: What happens about a descendent if the king turns out to be a queen?

      How do they manage that?

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    2. King Elizabeth was followed by Queen James; Frederick II. of Prussia liked his "lange Kerls"; for the succession it's of no interest, the next one may be gay or stright, wise or dumb, cruel or benevolent: the only thing that counts is the pedigree.

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    3. MAGO: King Elizabeth was succeeded by Queen James. Ha!

      Didn’t “Queen James” fall in love with his male cousin?

      Oh what a tangled web!

      And wasn’t the King James version of the Bible named after him?

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    4. I have no idea with whom James was in love, but he's definitely the one with the bible. He set in a group of 47 scholars who translated the text; I think they used the text by Erasmus as basis for the NT. Today the 18th century edition (7th or 8th) is the commonly used one. Nice English and no euphemisms.

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    5. In the Great Nave of Westminster Abbey the effigy of King James I has on its left the magnificent tomb of his lover George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham; and on his right is the tomb (with huge bronze figures representing Hope, Truth, Charity and Faith) of his other boyfriend, Ludovic Stuart, Duke of Richmond and Lennox.

      In a love letter to Buckingham, James wrote:

      "I naturally so love your person, and adore all your other parts, which are more than ever one man had."

      Jx

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    6. It's Bitches like Mago and Jon and all the rest of you who make Infomaniac not just entertaining but educational.

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    7. Jon Well hung always works.

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  9. 1.6 million children in the UK living in severe poverty, so thank goodness we have this royal baby to bring joy to the flag waving peasants.

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    1. MITZI: One hopes that well-wishers will make donations to children’s charities.

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  10. I for one wish the tyke good fortune in life, or himself, and the nation that he will become the figurehead of. Yes, there are millions of children that need help, and may they and their parents and guardians find that. But this moment won't happen again for 20-30 more years. Give your self a minute to enjoy it.

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    1. COOKIE: I wonder if I’ll be blogging about it in 20-30 years or if I’ll have shuffled off to Fabulon.

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  11. Personally I don't understand all of the fuss being made over the birth of King Spencer Versace Jesus Ziggy Elvis Charles Philip Windsor?

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    1. DONN: They should name him after your ancestor, Lord Tennisanyone.

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  12. What??? Who was pregnant??? A king??? Where??? When???

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    1. Don't worry Jon, kings and queens are born any second ...

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    2. Over 3 and 1/4 million dog excrements in Paris since the beginning of the year! Now that's what I call top breaking news!

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    3. MAGO & HUGGY JON: Stay on that link for more than a minute and watch as the dog shit piles up.

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    4. In the column right to the dog shit counter is the picture of some Hamburger. Thank you, I saw enough ...

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    1. PRINNY: By any other name.

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    2. "Here she is, boys!
      Here she is, world!
      Here's Rose!"

      Jx

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    3. Obviously this "Rose" reference has gone over my head.

      What are you Bitches talking about?

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    4. Something with Bette Middler.
      But found this.

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    5. Bette Midler?! Wash your mouth out! First there was Ethel Merman. Then - and much to Miss Merman's everlasting horror - there was Roz Russell. Miss Midler (lover her as we do) was not even close... Jx

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    6. I gargle with Mueller-Thurgau as we speak ... sorry for the droplets.

      Ethel Merman was Auntie, I guess ... don't shoot me. Russells I only know Jane and Betrand, a friend of Wittgenstein; Jane looked terribly American and butch, tits or not.

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  14. Miss Merman had it hands down...
    Gypsy Rose Lea is the topic of discussion Mistress.

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    1. Ah...Gypsy Rose Lee.

      I'm familiar with her story yet if you hadn't told me, I'd have been here guessing for days on end.

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    2. Gypsy Rose Lee??? I thought we all agreed on Queen Richard?

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    1. George Alexander Louis...or GAL for short.

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    2. Yes, I spotted that one! I am relieved... it means my psychic powers are still spot on.
      What a GAL!
      Sx

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    3. I was hoping for George John Paul Ringo.

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