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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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I don't have a middle name as David from the Archers didn't.

Fixed.

Meanwhile, I'm the only one of my family barring my younger cousin to have a middle name.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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I have no middle name because my dad had to ask how to spell his middle name when signing the marriage certificate and my mum decided against them.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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because my dad had to ask how to spell his middle name when signing the marriage certificate

Was your Dad 4 years old when he got married or something?

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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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GazChap wrote:
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because my dad had to ask how to spell his middle name when signing the marriage certificate

Was your Dad 4 years old when he got married or something?

He comes from the countryside.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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Bluecup wrote:
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because my dad had to ask how to spell his middle name when signing the marriage certificate

Was your Dad 4 years old when he got married or something?

He comes from the countryside.

I can't work out if that's a justification or an alternative reason.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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SilentElk wrote:
Bluecup wrote:
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because my dad had to ask how to spell his middle name when signing the marriage certificate

Was your Dad 4 years old when he got married or something?

He comes from the countryside.

I can't work out if that's a justification or an alternative reason.

I think his excuse was he never used it much before. Add in some wedding nerves, probably lead him to ask. But still...


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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I think his excuse was he never used it much before. Add in some wedding nerves, probably lead him to ask. But still...

I'm guessing his middle name isn't 'Tom'


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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MaliA wrote:
I don't have a middle name as David from the Archers didn't.

Fixed.

Meanwhile, I'm the only one of my family barring my younger cousin to have a middle name.

Is it Dimrill?

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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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I think his excuse was he never used it much before. Add in some wedding nerves, probably lead him to ask. But still...

I'm guessing his middle name isn't 'Tom'

Funny enough, it's George. Parents are so embarrassing.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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ROYAL BABY THE SEQUEL!!!!!!!!! HOW GOOD IS THIS, EH? I BET SCOTLAND WILL MISS A ROYAL BABY!

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ROYAL BABY THE SEQUEL!!!!!!!!! HOW GOOD IS THIS, EH? I BET SCOTLAND WILL MISS A ROYAL BABY!


Wish I'd put some money on something like this.
Prince Harry is probably irritated at another demotion. Must be fun to ruin your younger brother's career chances with each successive child.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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Think I just saw Prince William's motorcade go past Carfax.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABY thread
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Lordy, I was so worked up about the General Election I'd forgotten about the more important matter of a spare-to-the-heir.
Some pretty odd pictures in the Evening Standard.

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Number Three on its way (BBC)

In the post-Brexit world, we need all the royal children we can get for diplomatic marriages. Taking back control.


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ROYAL BABY

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We're going to call it Prince Nigel Michael Boris Aaron, in honour of our national liberators.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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Charmingly, this is the second item on the BBC website, after North Korea's missiles. Bairns not bombs, Mr Kim.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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I'd rather forgotten they'd had a second child, so a third was a bit of a surprise. I'll cope though.

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We're going to call it Prince Nigel Michael Boris Aaron, in honour of our national liberators.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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William is realising he blew his chances at a decent Battleyness score by being a Search and Rescue pilot, and his Scandal by not kidnapping any Nuns before getting married or murdering his brother, so he's doubling down on the Dynasty score. Wise move.


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William is realising he blew his chances at a decent Battleyness score by being a Search and Rescue pilot, and his Scandal by not kidnapping any Nuns before getting married or murdering his brother, so he's doubling down on the Dynasty score. Wise move.


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Harry to marry colonial!


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Yay@ ROYAL WEDDING! !!!!!!!!!!

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STRONG AND STABLE THANK GOD FOR THAT BREXIT DOES NOT MATTER AS NEW HEIR AND ROYAL WEDDING PARTY

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