Kate's bomb drops

#61
Jaisus! Another little parasite added to the already very large bunch of parasites calling them
I always laugh when women claim that giving birth is the most painful thing in the world before stating quite firmly how much they want to have another ankle-biter ASAP.

I mean, you never hear blokes saying how much they'd love another kick in the plums, do you...?!
I'll bet Dingerrs missus never moaned at him about how painful childbirth was.
 
#64
What are you talking about? Maybe you should make your own mind up, instead of picking up on what the Bugsy haters post. I've never been out of work in my life. I've never sponged off anything, let alone the state. I'm a freelance professional translator and I can pick up work whenever I want. I've no need to sponge off anyone, unlike all the parasitical royals, who've never done a proper day's work in their lives.

MsG
The royal family has nearly always been self-funding. For the last several hundred years all of the profit of the Crown Estate has gone to the Treasury, i.e., the state. ALL of it. What the royals get from the Treasury is only in return for that & what they get is far less. Today the Sovereign Grant is (IIRC) equal to only 15% of the Treasury's Crown Estate income. The Duchies of Lancaster (belonging to the Queen) & Cornwall (the PoW) are legally "crown bodies" (they're quasi-state corporations) so there's no corporation tax requirement. However, both the Queen & Prince Charles have misgivings about that status so both pay income tax voluntarily on those estates. And that's before we get to the matter of royal charity spending. As for a "proper day's work," if you don't think royal duties involve significant effort you don't know anything about the job.
 
#65
The royal family has nearly always been self-funding. For the last several hundred years all of the profit of the Crown Estate has gone to the Treasury, i.e., the state. ALL of it. What the royals get from the Treasury is only in return for that & what they get is far less. Today the Sovereign Grant is (IIRC) equal to only 15% of the Treasury's Crown Estate income. The Duchies of Lancaster (belonging to the Queen) & Cornwall (the PoW) are legally "crown bodies" (they're quasi-state corporations) so there's no corporation tax requirement. However, both the Queen & Prince Charles have misgivings about that status so both pay income tax voluntarily on those estates. And that's before we get to the matter of royal charity spending. As for a "proper day's work," if you don't think royal duties involve significant effort you don't know anything about the job.
Pulling back the foreskin of Bugsy's misapprehension and applying the wire brush of enlightenment there.
 
#66
I always laugh when women claim that giving birth is the most painful thing in the world before stating quite firmly how much they want to have another ankle-biter ASAP.

I mean, you never hear blokes saying how much they'd love another kick in the plums, do you...?!
Agreed, that's what my baby-machine sister has been known to say before leaping on my sperm donor brother-in-law again. Thankfully 0A is not of the maternal persuasion; my sister and our friends are doing a magnificent job of contributing to the gene pool. We have dogs which, if they misbehave, can be shot. Apparently shooting misbehaving children is somewhat frowned upon (plus the little fcukers won't pickup pheasants reliably) :p

I can't attest to ever having experienced it but I'm told watching your other half give birth from the messy end is like watching your favourite pub burning down
 
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#67
I'm a freelance professional translator and I can pick up work whenever I want.
You're in your mid 70's and about the only thing you could pick up right now is a cold!
 
#68
They draw in billions in trade and investment? Of course they do! Although in the 1980s, when the UK was "the poor man of Europe" they don't seem to have done much of a job of that. So what happened?

How am I undermining democracy and society and attempting to subvert the armed forces? Maybe you should adjust your medication, dingerr, your imagination's running away with you.

By the way, if the UK were a true democracy, there'd be no parasitical "royals" to fawn and dribble over in the first place.

MsG
So you admit to leeching off the system.

Your rantings on here are evidence enough of your attempts at subversion.

And the 1980s when Saint Maggie was around was great, money was there to be made, the Police had loads of overtime and the unions were smashed.

We are a true democracy because we have parliamentary supremacy.
 

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#74
We are a true democracy because we have parliamentary supremacy.
Dream on Dingerr! Do you even know what a "true democracy" is?

You sozzle on half-arsedly about "parliamentary supremacy" when the whole system is totally corrupt!

MsG
 
#75
Dream on Dingerr! Do you even know what a "true democracy" is?

You sozzle on half-arsedly about "parliamentary supremacy" when the whole system is totally corrupt!

MsG
Do you know what real socialism is?
 
#79
Dream on Dingerr! Do you even know what a "true democracy" is?

You sozzle on half-arsedly about "parliamentary supremacy" when the whole system is totally corrupt!

MsG
When you start posting shit like that it really is time for you to go.

I suppose we would be far better of with your socialist state.
 
#80
Agreed, that's what my baby-machine sister has been known to say before leaping on my sperm donor brother-in-law again. Thankfully 0A is not of the maternal persuasion; my sister and our friends are doing a magnificent job of contributing to the gene pool. We have dogs which, if they misbehave, can be shot. Apparently shooting misbehaving children is somewhat frowned upon (plus the little fcukers won't pickup pheasants reliably) :p

I can't attest to ever having experienced it but I'm told watching your other half give birth from the messy end is like watching your favourite pub burning down
You can always take them away on holiday.
 

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