Geez, kings and douches *cough* I mean dukes and barons. Why do we really have to keep those nonsensical titles today? This is the modern era and almost no country is running by despotism. All the remaining titles and all the media and stuff, they are all just posing. It's bullplob...
Please stop wasting my tax dollars on vacations to Canada. It's bad enough I have to look at y'all on my paper bills, but to know that that same bill is sponsoring your "tours" of a country that has been separated from Britain for about 150 years is just another slap in the face.
Also, OT, I could not care at all. I was curious what they named him, but after seeing George I mega headfaced the wall.
Calm down, nobody suggested any such thing. It's years from now until the prince is going to be able to decide that. By the way, there's this new thing called a tampon, and I really think you should try it. It could change your life.
Hahaha, I think the guy you quoted was just playing around I hope.
I'm happy for them as the birth of your first child is truly something special, but I can't help but feel like the news is focusing too much on this. It's become a bit tiresome and seeing it as the main headline on CNN USA's website was just silly, haha.
Honestly? It's nice that they report something nice in the news for once instead of a tragedy.
A lot of people don't understand that this is so big in the news because it's a happy occasion. Apparently people don't care about when a decent celebrity couple has a baby because it gets in the way of the sad stuff. I've seen a few people try to twist the joy people feel for this into guilt and it seems like quite a heartless thing to do.
I think it's nice (and I'm just wow at the ignorance of people who don't realize the British Monarchy is still relevant these days). The funny thing for me though is that I used to live in a town called Prince George.
"I grew up in Prince George" will never be the same again
Originally Posted by BlahISuck
That's one thing I like about Mao, he taught the Chinese how to be revolutionary.
It's lovely that they had a child and I'm thrilled that it's healthy, but aside from the feelings I'd have for any other couple in their position I don't really care about the royal baby. It's kind of depressing that I'm this far into life and yet some guy has just been born who'll be king in a few generations time, but I'm not interested aside from that. George is a nice name, though!