Prince Andrew

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Prince Andrew

Postby Minnie the Minx » 19 Nov 2019, 15:34

No amount of PR in the world is going to dig him out of this, is it?
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Diamond Dog » 19 Nov 2019, 16:20

It won't but... what difference will it make? He's so low profile now they'll just bury him even further away. Nothing will change.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby The Prof » 19 Nov 2019, 16:33

Time for It's a Royal Knockout 2

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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Deebank » 19 Nov 2019, 16:58

Did you notice how blinky he was?

I was checking Twitter as I watched and someone posted that when he lies he blinks.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 19 Nov 2019, 19:12

Deebank wrote:Did you notice how blinky he was?

I was checking Twitter as I watched and someone posted that when he lies he blinks.


He also nods his head when he's denying things, another giveaway.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Flower » 19 Nov 2019, 20:30

He's 8th in line for the throne, so this too shall fade.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby John aka Josh » 19 Nov 2019, 20:47

The Prof wrote:Time for It's a Royal Knockout 2





:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Deebank » 19 Nov 2019, 21:01

John aka Josh wrote:
The Prof wrote:Time for It's a Royal Knockout 2





:lol: :lol: :lol:



No one’s seen Edward since Royal Knockout 1.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Diamond Dog » 20 Nov 2019, 05:02

Deebank wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:
The Prof wrote:Time for It's a Royal Knockout 2





:lol: :lol: :lol:



No one’s seen Edward since Royal Knockout 1.


If we 'lose' a Royal Family member every time, it ought to be a daily event.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Powehi » 20 Nov 2019, 08:39

Deebank wrote:

Edward



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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby GoogaMooga » 20 Nov 2019, 11:17

Winken, Blinken, and Nod
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby GoogaMooga » 20 Nov 2019, 11:19

Prince Charles is the only interesting Royal, anyway, and that goes for all of Europe (and Swaziland, Thailand, and wherever else...)
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Fonz » 20 Nov 2019, 11:23

GoogaMooga wrote:Prince Charles is the only interesting Royal, anyway, and that goes for all of Europe (and Swaziland, Thailand, and wherever else...)


Interesting how?

He's certainly a bit weird.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby GoogaMooga » 20 Nov 2019, 11:40

Fonz wrote:
GoogaMooga wrote:Prince Charles is the only interesting Royal, anyway, and that goes for all of Europe (and Swaziland, Thailand, and wherever else...)


Interesting how?

He's certainly a bit weird.


His upbringing was interesting - subjected to cold showers and bullying at Gordonstoun ("I just decked the future King of England!"), lack of parental care and nurturing, his endless waiting in the wings, looking for something meaningful to do, his honeymoon cruise where he asked Diana to read a stack of books, including Laurens Van der Post (so they could have meaningful discussions), his affair with the less attractive Camilla, his crusade against modern architecture, his long, solitary walks in the Scottish Highlands, and so on...
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Flower » 20 Nov 2019, 12:09

GM ~ Don't believe everything that you read. I don't follow the "royals" of any nation and frankly, don't care if Charles ever becomes King. There's nothing wrong in taking long walks or in divorcing someone and marrying someone to whom you are able to relate and communicate.

Fergie was interesting in her day.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Minnie the Minx » 20 Nov 2019, 12:46

GoogaMooga wrote:
Fonz wrote:
GoogaMooga wrote:Prince Charles is the only interesting Royal, anyway, and that goes for all of Europe (and Swaziland, Thailand, and wherever else...)


Interesting how?

He's certainly a bit weird.


his honeymoon cruise where he asked Diana to read a stack of books, including Laurens Van der Post (so they could have meaningful discussions)


:lol:

I hope Diana, in return, made the cunt memorise all Simon Le Bon’s teenage poems about hemlock.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby GoogaMooga » 20 Nov 2019, 14:21

Flower wrote:GM ~ Don't believe everything that you read. I don't follow the "royals" of any nation and frankly, don't care if Charles ever becomes King. There's nothing wrong in taking long walks or in divorcing someone and marrying someone to whom you are able to relate and communicate.

Fergie was interesting in her day.


I didn't say there was anything wrong in that, but all those things are part of what makes him interesting to me. Had it been me, though, I think I'd have stayed with Diana, but then I may be a bit shallow about attraction.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby GoogaMooga » 20 Nov 2019, 14:23

Minnie the Minx wrote:
GoogaMooga wrote:
his honeymoon cruise where he asked Diana to read a stack of books, including Laurens Van der Post (so they could have meaningful discussions)


:lol:

I hope Diana, in return, made the cunt memorise all Simon Le Bon’s teenage poems about hemlock.


:lol:
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby St Jeemo the Humourless » 20 Nov 2019, 14:27

And a letter from his staff says that he first met Epstein in the early 90's. Blinky says it was late 90's. Oh dear.
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Re: Prince Andrew

Postby Minnie the Minx » 20 Nov 2019, 18:06

He’s stepping back from public duty for the foreseeable future.
It does rather feel like something is waiting to come out, as it were.
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