Topics about a single subject's Daily Mail experience
:sunglasses: 50.9 % ❤ 3.6 % :thumbsup: 9.1 % 😯 1.8 % :grinning: 29.1 % 😟 3.6 % :shit: 1.8 %
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
#595472
Two words too long? :wink:
#595503
Just a thought, but how long before the unhinged accuse Duchess Meg of sabotaging Big Ben so it can't chime?

May as well combine both pointless stories.
#595607
This looks like "so long and thanks for all the fish".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51163865

So, does this mean they'll simply be Harry and Meghan Mountbatten-Windsor?

Cue the hatchet jobs in 3... 2... 1...
#595620
It looks as though the angry columnists have got all the cuts they demanded.
* No pay for doing royal stuff.
* Frogmore cottage refit cash refunded.
* No pretending to be royal by using the titles.
* Some kind of veto on the type of work they're permitted for a transition period.
* Exiled to Canada or something.

Do you think they'll have calmed down by the morning, or will they have a further set of demands.
#595625
(saturday's front pages)

...coins thrown into an old royal wedding mug? There's desperate, there's cluching at straws and there's the S*n.

Image


While the Ma*l - of all 'newspapers' - went in for some pearl-clutching about the Beeb 'sparking a fierce debate about racism in Britain'. You can't make this shit up.

Image
#595626
I don’t mind Peter Hitchens espousing traditional values of duty, stoicism and honour that the Queen represents but this piece was written by Rod Liddle
We want one thing from our royals: patriotism
The latest manifestation of the culture wars comes with Megxit which, as Brendan O’Neill rightly pointed out on The Spectator’s Coffee House blog, has divided the nation along roughly the same lines as did Brexit. By and large, if you were pro-Leave, you are likely to be anti-Meghan and Harry, for reasons which have something to do with those outdated concepts of discipline, reserve, dignity, tradition, continuity and duty. https://www.spectator.co.uk/2020/01/we- ... atriotism/
#595635
youngian wrote:
Sun Jan 19, 2020 8:14 am
I don’t mind Peter Hitchens espousing traditional values of duty, stoicism and honour that the Queen represents but this piece was written by Rod Liddle
We want one thing from our royals: patriotism
The latest manifestation of the culture wars comes with Megxit which, as Brendan O’Neill rightly pointed out on The Spectator’s Coffee House blog, has divided the nation along roughly the same lines as did Brexit. By and large, if you were pro-Leave, you are likely to be anti-Meghan and Harry, for reasons which have something to do with those outdated concepts of discipline, reserve, dignity, tradition, continuity and duty. https://www.spectator.co.uk/2020/01/we- ... atriotism/
I don't know so much about the public being divided along the same lines as Brexit.
What's beyond debate is that the cunts in the press have all lined up in an utterly predictable manner.
#595641
The Red Arrow wrote:
Sun Jan 19, 2020 8:10 am
(saturday's front pages)
Masthead ads: Buy our shit - it's mega reduced - this is great.

Headline: Coon mugs reduced a bit - she's shit.
#595643
Bones McCoy wrote:
Sat Jan 18, 2020 10:41 pm
It looks as though the angry columnists have got all the cuts they demanded.
* No pay for doing royal stuff.
* Frogmore cottage refit cash refunded.
* No pretending to be royal by using the titles.
* Some kind of veto on the type of work they're permitted for a transition period.
* Exiled to Canada or something.

Do you think they'll have calmed down by the morning, or will they have a further set of demands.

And I always thought we were told that she's nothing but a gold-digger, only after the titles and his money and contacts/influence
  • 1
  • 35
  • 36
  • 37
  • 38
  • 39

Got my ballot today. 1. Keir Starmer 2.Lisa Nandy […]

Jan Moir

Priti Patel must be the first person to have been […]

Boris Johnson

Yesterday Boris made it clear that getting a trade[…]

Jeremy Corbyn.

This is rather excellent. https://medium.com/@[…]