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Quote from: king_tubby on May 28, 2022, 04:57:22 PMI had a look through the t/l of that one, some good stuff but I did get a bit po-faced when they were mocking the Munich tragedy.
Quote from: Kankurette on May 28, 2022, 07:32:23 PMIf anyone wants corgis to not be ruined, I recommend watching Cowboy Bebop.Which has nothing to do with the Royal Family but hey, football fans gonna football fan.
Quote from: greencalx on May 28, 2022, 10:04:38 PMChrist the bbc is already intolerable.
Quote from: idunnosomename on May 22, 2022, 03:52:32 PMImagine playing Top Trumps.
Quote from: kalowski on May 28, 2022, 10:23:49 PMI loved my Western Gunfighters set. Jesse James had 40 kills.
Quote from: idunnosomename on May 29, 2022, 12:59:38 AMum yeah when is it? there are bank holidays thurs and fri but i dont know when we're supposed to shoot bunting out of our cocks
QuoteSelf-described royal fan Becky Norman says she has mounds of bunting in preparation for the street party she has organised for Friday in Hull.Kilnsea Grove will be closed and taken over by child entertainers, food and even a special singing performance by Becky herself.The charity worker, who has been planning the party since the beginning of the year, says: "All the decorations are going up this weekend."I've even got a massive cardboard cut-out of the Queen."For me personally the whole country should be backing her - she's never stood down and she's never not been there."
QuoteThe community worker spent months organising the bash on the Fountain Estate for residents who can expect afternoon tea, a disco and their very own regal guest."We actually have a queen for a day competition - where somebody will come round and pick out an older woman and she will go in a fancy car around the city," Jeanette says.."I cant even put into words the respect we have for the Queen."She's a mother at the end of the day - she's raised a family and we all know what goes with that."She's just the most wonderful lady."
QuoteJudy Cera is organising a Jubilee street party in Gloucester, even though she does not fit the royal-loving stereotype."I think the monarchy is a bit outdated and I don't really see the point of them really," she says.Judy is using the opportunity to meet her neighbours. She has knocked on doors of 60 houses in Hopewell Street in Barton and Tredworth."There's people from loads of different countries - so it would be nice to get together, and maybe people [will] bring food from their country."But before the party on 5 June, Judy needs to get to grips with the decorations."I'm not sure how to put up bunting really," she adds.
QuoteThe government will launch a review on when and where imperial measurements can be used, to coincide with the Queen's Jubilee weekend.At the moment, traders must use metric measurements when selling packaged or loose goods - but they can use imperial measurements alongside them.The review, which had already been signalled, will begin on Friday.Labour MP Angela Eagle said it was a "pathetic" attempt to "weaponise nostalgia".
QuoteSelf-described royal fan Fuckwit Becky Norman
Quote from: Consignia on May 29, 2022, 11:04:15 AMOlogy celebrator tells republicans "Try doing Madge's job for a day, and that'll learn ya".
Quote from: Consignia on May 29, 2022, 11:04:15 AM
QuoteHaving a monarchy next door is a little like having a neighbour who's really into clowns and has daubed their house with clown murals, displays clown dolls in each window and has an insatiable desire to hear about and discuss clown-related news stories. More specifically, for the Irish, it's like having a neighbour who's really into clowns and, also, your grandfather was murdered by a clown.
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