Yay or Nay: The Royal Family

Swanaldo

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Anti Royal family landslide looking likely on present evidence.
Until Mr Harcourt turns up!

It's a Nay from me, btw. The very idea that I should be compelled to call another human 'your majesty' is darned laughable.

Edit: Who's been playing about with the ******* swear filter?
 

GJW

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I always thought Queen were ***** but I loved King. Prince was and will always be a legend. Princess was a one hit wonder that didn’t really make an impact in the mid eighties. I will remain undecided until the day a successful folk act called Queen Mother make a success of themselves, then I will well and truly be a royalist.
Can’t forget the Duke of Earl of course.
 

DB9

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Nay from me, Calling someone "Their Royal Highness" just seems totally alien to me, How are they high? and to bow to them i would not do, Worst is those who fawn over them like when they do something and some brown noser says "How brilliant they are" and "They are total experts at it". Regarding PA, His total lake of sympathy to the victims of Epstien is sickening, He's more concerned about himself. But in a previous career i did have to swear allegience to HM so i guess I'm a hypocrite but it's still a Nay from me
 

Avening Posse

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Yay from me. Part of our history and culture. Only symbolic these days, but I think Buck House and the pomp and ceremony etc for the tourists is a good thing. I like the quirky bits of our culture and long may it continue
 
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