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How Many Of You Will Be Celebrating Liz's Jubilee This Weekend ?


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2 hours ago, Mr H said:

When I briefly read about the event it gave the impression that everyone in the country loved it and it was all a great celebration....

 

Admittedly, I live in a REALLY small village, but absolutely no one was celebrating here. Maybe very different in somewhere like London........

 

Same here where I live, nobody out celebrating......Yeah😅

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I was apprehensive about our street, after the pots n pans nonsense from 2020 was so fully embraced. But I sensed they were probably not going to get into the Joobylee spirit. I hoped they wouldn't. Lockdowns seemed to have changed people's behaviour permanently. Everyone round our way is even more up themselves and introverted than before.

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6 hours ago, webtrekker said:

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That poem perfectly sums up my thoughts on flags in general.

 

Flags like religion to me are a form of control, they are there to keep people divided.

 

I sometimes wonder though whether I must be the only English person that can't stand the Union Flag... I just don't get it.  I think it's hideous, whomever designed it must have been pissed, too much going on and the crosses don't line up properly (I do have an obsession with symmetry though).  And what exactly is it supposed to represent?  The "United" Kingdom? Half of Scotland wants independence and Wales isn't even represented by it!

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Hilarious and barmy... the final parade was so very British: This barmy and delightful three-hour compendium of memories and tributes was part-carnival, part-Olympic opening ceremony, part-Cup Final procession.

 

I reckon Louis had the the right idea 😅

 

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The Best Bit -The End

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7 minutes ago, alexa said:

Hilarious and barmy... the final parade was so very British: This barmy and delightful three-hour compendium of memories and tributes was part-carnival, part-Olympic opening ceremony, part-Cup Final procession.

 

I reckon Louis had the the right idea 😅

 

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The Best Bit -The End

I thought it was spot the nonce in a Union Jack.

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

Hilarious and barmy... the final parade was so very British: This barmy and delightful three-hour compendium of memories and tributes was part-carnival, part-Olympic opening ceremony, part-Cup Final procession.

 

I reckon Louis had the the right idea 😅

 

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The Best Bit -The End

 The guy on the right looks like Saville .

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16 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I *think* that's Noddy Holder of Slade. Didn't want any of that shite so I may be wrong.

Yeah it's Noddy from Slade, he is a cool bloke actually, very down to earth, he used to go to a pub by me in Bilston (Wolverhampton) and quietly sit in the corner with his drink listening to the live music that was on (jazz not glam rock lol) I am surprised he is there, probably because he is being paid lol.

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

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What a freak show. The Bachelor Boy looks like he's in the last stages of AIDS.

Yes and look who's standing directly behind him, Paul Gambaccini, investigated by "operation yewtree" what are the chances of that.

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On 6/5/2022 at 12:46 PM, Nefaria said:

Cliff Richard, another nonce that will be exposed after his death

What an utterly stupid thing to say. I have met cliff and his a lovely bloke. Just more odious accusations.

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11 hours ago, Nefaria said:

That poem perfectly sums up my thoughts on flags in general.

 

Flags like religion to me are a form of control, they are there to keep people divided.

 

I sometimes wonder though whether I must be the only English person that can't stand the Union Flag... I just don't get it.  I think it's hideous, whomever designed it must have been pissed, too much going on and the crosses don't line up properly (I do have an obsession with symmetry though).  And what exactly is it supposed to represent?  The "United" Kingdom? Half of Scotland wants independence and Wales isn't even represented by it!

 

A new union perhaps, there's more to unite us than divide, but then again i do have some funny ideas❤️

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4 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Youre mates with Kitty?

 

 

My nan loves him we met him in london i think it was disgraceful the wsy the bbc treated him as well

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Just now, Fluke said:

My nan loves him we met him in london i think it was disgraceful the wsy the bbc treated him as well

 

The BBC got him off like they did Mcalpine muddying the waters as usual.

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