What the fnck is all the fuss about...?

#1
"The Mirror's photograph showed Miss Middleton, 25, walking to work, holding a cup and her car keys."

Is that it? Is that what we're moaning about??!
 
#2
Probably something about the photographer getting in her face - I'd be moaning too with all the poo this girl has to go through. I don't envy her.

As this is her first complaint, the photographer must have been acting like a prize arrse.
 
#6
trenau said:
I feel so sorry for Miss Middleton she as a right to privacy like everyone in the u.k.
My spider like senses are detecting a pentwyn creature.......
 
#7
trenau said:
I feel so sorry for Miss Middleton she as a right to privacy like everyone in the u.k.

Unlike you Chubb/doctrine/yannie/lawstudent/warrant.

You should be put on public display having your anus probed by a bloke looking for your personality.






On thread.

Some proles in the media industry feel that she is 'public property' because of her choice of bloke. Editors should be called to account a tad more. This will not restrict the 'freedom of the press' but hopefully ensure 'News' is reported as opposed to the sort of fish wrapper bollox that passes as News by the tabloids.

These papers are in no small part responsible for why Britain is full of a bunch of fcukwits who think the latest celeb enema is more newsworthy than a young soldier lying dead in the middle of an Afghan field.
 
#8
The Lord Flasheart said:
trenau said:
I feel so sorry for Miss Middleton she as a right to privacy like everyone in the u.k.
Unlike you Chubb/doctrine/yannie/lawstudent/warrant.

Not the daft bitch again? :slow:
 
#10
Ozduke said:
"The Mirror's photograph showed Miss Middleton, 25, walking to work, holding a cup and her car keys."

Is that it? Is that what we're moaning about??!
She's going to really throw a wobbler when I sell those pics of her topless, snorting drugs then!
 
#11
Ozduke said:
"The Mirror's photograph showed Miss Middleton, 25, walking to work, holding a cup and her car keys."

Is that it? Is that what we're moaning about??!
the point is she doesn't need to be photographed going about her normal business - it is different if she is at an official royal occasion as William's girlfriend
 
#12
Seems she's been hassled quite unnecessarily, despite press promises they'd not use paparrazzi pics; and now she's made a complaint and already secured an apology even before the PCC inquiry is complete.

Good for her!
 

Biped

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#13
Flashheart has got to the heart of the matter again. Well done Sir.

I could not give a flying fcuk about someone, famous or not, going to the fcuking shops. I don't want to read about people going about their daily lives in a completely ordinary fashion.

I want NEWS, I want to know INTERESTING things about the world and matters that affect me or my country.

If I had (and thank God I don't) some ignorant wnaker following me all over the place and photographing my every bowel movement, something bad would be sure to follow, and not to me.

If the poor girl decides to sign up to AQ, or join protests outside Faslane, then I want to know about it. If she buys Worbertons fcuking bread, I don't.

End of Rant.
 
#14
Ozduke said:
"The Mirror's photograph showed Miss Middleton, 25, walking to work, holding a cup and her car keys."

Is that it? Is that what we're moaning about??!
If it was a 36D she'd have something to complain about.
 
#15
Biped said:
Flashheart has got to the heart of the matter again. Well done Sir.

I could not give a flying fcuk about someone, famous or not, going to the fcuking shops. I don't want to read about people going about their daily lives in a completely ordinary fashion.

I want NEWS, I want to know INTERESTING things about the world and matters that affect me or my country.

If I had (and thank God I don't) some ignorant wnaker following me all over the place and photographing my every bowel movement, something bad would be sure to follow, and not to me.

If the poor girl decides to sign up to AQ, or join protests outside Faslane, then I want to know about it. If she buys Worbertons fcuking bread, I don't.

End of Rant.
RANT ON :!:

I'm with you two on this one - well said those men! Who the fcuk gives a t0ss about somebody walking down the road? I turned on SKY NEWS yesterday to update myself on our captives and instead I find some fcuking nonsense about a celebrity party with some tart called Colleen- SFW :?:

Good on young Middleton though for the complaint - she's got bigger balls than most of the fcukers who work on these papers. And I don't want to here about any personal failings she has unless it brings the Royal Family into disrepute. Nobody's perfect :D

RANT OFF :!:
 
#16
I adored the irony of the Telegraph's holier than thou front-page splurge on the Evil Mirror's harrassment of Miss Middleton, accompanied by ginormous picture of her "enjoying herself at the Cheltenham festival"! The horsey one obviously not the crappy arts one...
 
#17
Let me see... this can be summed up as: Subaltern's tottie leaves home for work. Other recent variations on this particular theme have been: Subaltern gets p1ssed in nightclub, and even Subaltern touches up the talent.

I FCUKING KNOW THEY'RE ROYAL, BUT THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT SUBALTERNS DO!!! GIVE THEM A BREAK AND LET'S HAVE SOME REAL NEWS. :( :(

SLR (Not to be confused with SLR Boy).
 
#18
Ozduke said:
Perhaps the slug Morgan should be done for treason. Or have a public Clarkson V Morgan rumble at the Tower.
Morgan got the sack as mirror editor ages ago over those fake pics which tried to stich the army up!!
What,i hear you say,the Mirror tries to stitch up the army..NO.....
 
#19
trenau said:
I feel so sorry for Miss Middleton she as a right to privacy like everyone in the u.k.
funny how she will have the right to spend the crowns money unlike the rest of us.
but i do agree that the paparatzzi are scum and shouldn't be aloud to roam about
 
#20
You have to agree, Royals and celebrities are not subject to the same sort of privacy as most of UK. One group are paid for by us and are our national families, and the others are the Royals :D

Like Yatesy says, they get rights and priveledges that we do not, the cost of which is, unfortunatly the paparzzi.

Obviously celebrities need such exposure at times or they wouldn't be celebrities, the times that they don't want celbrity... well that ain't the deal.
 

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