: I it true about Kate Middleton?



orconn
11-29-10, 08:04 PM
Hot off the presses!! It's true .... Kate Middleton will be spending her Christmas vacation in Miami Beach, and not with Prince William and the Royal Family. After much consideration it was decided that fiancée of Prince William should take some time to go and learn how to be a real "Princess." While Miss Middleton had voiced her opinion that she would prefer to learn from the girls of West Los Angeles, she was over ruled and will be spending her vacation in the South Florida area, where, as a Buckingham Palace spokesman said, "they really know how to make princesses!"

ben.gators
11-29-10, 08:14 PM
Well, I have zero interest in royal family... But Mis Middleton is so hot! :D And I really doubt they can transform her from a hottie to a boring princess!
and here is some pics for you guys! :D
http://hothottie.com/25/kate-middleton/

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-29-10, 09:03 PM
To quote one of the commentors on the page you linked to:

"Kate is definitely bangin!

Love that tiny yellow bikini shot…"

Mmmmmm yup. :yup:

I'd hit that like a sledgehammer driving a rail spike into the ground.

Stingroo
11-29-10, 09:40 PM
Briefly, but with force?

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-29-10, 10:16 PM
Three pumps than roll over and sleep.

Stingroo
11-29-10, 10:17 PM
You're starting to sound like Jesda....

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-29-10, 10:18 PM
I do believe I stole that quote directly from him.

Jesda
11-30-10, 01:23 AM
Call me old fashioned, but this picture does it for me:
http://hothottie.com/images/prince-william-kate-middleton-wings.jpg

I'm not entire sure how this family is funded. Do any of them work?

OffThaHorseCEO
11-30-10, 11:36 AM
1) who cares?
2) shes really not that hot. id hit it but i wouldnt go out of my way to.

why does everyone care so much about other peoples lives, what happened to just living your own life to the fullest. people complain about their boring lives but that make random regular people like that woman that had alot of kids famous because theyre so busy watching her every move. really? you have nothing better to do than watch everything other people do?

this isnt aimed at anyone on this thread, just the whole general idea of sayin "hey look what this person is doing today!"

i realize i'll see some replies like "if you dont care dont come into the thread", and i usually dont come into threads like this, i couldnt help it this time though, i had to get it off my chest

ben.gators
11-30-10, 02:38 PM
1) who cares? Yes, you are right.... I personally don't care about royal family and what did they do and what did they say! The same almost goes for celebrities too...
2) shes really not that hot. id hit it but i wouldnt go out of my way to. Again, you are right. In general, she is not that much hot. But the point is as an english princess and among other princes and princesses there, she should be defiantly recognized as a hottie! :D

http://i54.tinypic.com/11bt35u.jpg



people complain about their boring lives but that make random regular people like that woman that had alot of kids famous because theyre so busy watching her every move. really?

Hum, who are you speaking about? Kate? She has kids? That would be a nice cover story for magazines! :D


Overall, well, people sometimes speak about other famous people just to amuse themselves and have some thing to talk about, and this is the way it is! It may not sounds correct, but it is definitely FUN! :D

Jesda
11-30-10, 03:09 PM
1) who cares?
2) shes really not that hot. id hit it but i wouldnt go out of my way to.

My agenda today is
1. Do marketing homework
2. Do finance homework
3. Sell old bike
4. Do a "number two"
5. Take a shower

I think I can squeeze in "look at pics of 28 year old princess in a bikini" somewhere. :) This family has to have some kind of non-taxpayer funding. I can't imagine people putting up with that.

Jesda
11-30-10, 03:13 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finances_of_the_British_Royal_Family

What a scheme.

ben.gators
11-30-10, 03:36 PM
Call me old fashioned, but this picture does it for me:
http://hothottie.com/images/prince-william-kate-middleton-wings.jpg

I'm not entire sure how this family is funded. Do any of them work?

Yes, a girl in an "stylish" clothes can be much more sexier than when she is in bikini....

And about the work, well sometimes they might mimic they are working and after taking some pics to publish for public they return back to their luxury castles....

drewsdeville
11-30-10, 05:24 PM
My agenda today is
1. Do marketing homework
2. Do finance homework
3. Sell old bike
4. Do a "number two"
5. Take a shower

I think I can squeeze in "look at pics of 28 year old princess in a bikini" somewhere. :) This family has to have some kind of non-taxpayer funding. I can't imagine people putting up with that.

lulz.

Back when I actually used Facebook, my news feed was riddled with crap like that. It's mainly the reason I subconsciously stopped using it. Before that, I removed 75% of my friends just so I didn't have to sift through it all to find the updates that I actually cared about. Many of the 75% I hadn't actually spoken to or hung out with in years anyway. I see or speak to the people on my now-shortened friends list at least a few times a week, so Facebook no longer has much to offer, except for some of the flash games between classes at school.

But anyway, do people find stuff like this to be interesting? Even better, why do the OP's find it worthy info to post to begin with?

I agree - who cares?

CIWS
11-30-10, 06:13 PM
Sounds like a reverse gender "Coming to America"

Submariner409
11-30-10, 06:28 PM
Curious thing about monarchies, democracies, and the oddball mix of monarchy/democracy for one country: The Royal Family or the Pitchman in Chief family live in fawned-over splendor with the loving attention and donation of the taxpayer.

"Work" ? None of these people actually "work" - remember that, for politicians of any creed, this is their shell game - they shuffle around, keep schedules, push paper, look important, attend social gatherings, lie to the news media, make secret deals, accept political bribe money and generally live off the fat of the land while they have absolutely no idea of how or why their henchmen (read "elected lawmakers") are steadily raping the populace........and when they "retire" (even after 4 years) they are paid obscene amounts of personal benefits and money, all of which still comes out of our pockets.

The Constitution, its Amendments, and the Declaration of Independence never authorized or foresaw the putrid whorehouse that has become our "democracy".

hueterm
11-30-10, 07:09 PM
Yeah...the $400,000 Presidential pension is kind of a joke now.....considering that Bush and Clinton probably make at least $100,000 per speech....

chatsworth
11-30-10, 08:18 PM
Why are Americans so interested in the royal family?

ejguillot
11-30-10, 09:00 PM
Why are Americans so interested in the royal family?

No real idea why. My guess: too many people who need to get a life?

Jesda
11-30-10, 09:11 PM
Why are Americans so interested in the royal family?

Well, it sure isnt their teeth.

gdwriter
11-30-10, 10:30 PM
Carol Burnett did a wicked impersonation of the Queen:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-cnBGMMmCI

BTW, that's Dame Maggie Smith

I've never been a follower of the royal family, but I did admire Princess Diana.

Ranger
11-30-10, 10:49 PM
I'm not entire sure how this family is funded. Do any of them work?
Work? That word is not in their vocabulary. They don't know what it means.


Why are Americans so interested in the royal family?
Why ANYONE cares about that dysfunctional pampered family is beyond me.

93DevilleUSMC
12-01-10, 12:16 AM
Chad and Jesda can go a short round with her if they want, but only after I'm done shelling her with my howitzer.

77CDV
12-01-10, 02:57 AM
Call me old fashioned, but this picture does it for me:
http://hothottie.com/images/prince-william-kate-middleton-wings.jpg

I'm not entire sure how this family is funded. Do any of them work?

1) Airbrushes can work miracles.

2) Cameltoe is never attractive.

orconn
12-01-10, 01:24 PM
I am not a fan of monarchies, symbolic or otherwise, but to say that British royalty, and the British Royal Family in particular, do not work is very naive and ignorant of the role the immediate royal family members play in promoting British influence and products around the world. It is a fact the Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles are on the road 80% of their waking hours opening new facilities, encouraging good works and other public service, meeting with heads of state and their ambassadors, meeting with the Prime Minister and other government officials giving advice and discouragement or encouragement. The Princes and Princess are very active in promoting British products and services around the world (I don't know how many times the Duke and Duchess of York (Prince Andrew and Fergie) visited L.Ahawking British products of every sort) and Princess Anne and Princess Diana visiting hospitals, schools and promoting international wildlife and other causes. The schedule that these people keep means long days of travel and tedious public appearances is the work they perform and just like the myriad of celebrities that we Americans endorse they receive more than adequate compensation. The cost of supporting our President and his entourage both at the White House and while traveling make the Royal family's draw down from the British exchequer look like chicken feed (little side trips like the Obama's Spanish vacation cost the American taxpayer millions of dollars for their week long stay, despite their claim to have paid for hotel and meals!).

The young Princes have,among other training and service, under gone their countries equivalent of our service academies, not to mention earning academic degrees, and currently hold officer's commissions and are currently on active duty in the Royal Army and Royal Air Force (they receive normal pay for their rank just as do commoners). Prince Harry has already served with a combat unit and has experienced combat in Afghanistan. Prior to taking up the duties and obligations of consort Prince Phillip underwent officer training and active duty in the Royal Navy as did his son Prince Charles, who like his son Prince William is a qualified helicopter and jet pilot.

Yes, the Royal Family enjoy many,many perks as a result of their personal wealth and at the expense of British taxpayers, but to say that they do not work and perform a service for their countryman is naive in the extreme.
Our own "American royalty" in the field of commerce and entertainment, to name two segments, are equally highly compensated for the "work" (in many cases of very dubious merit) they perform in our system. Under the British system the Queen is the head of state an as "Sovereign" and as such she is the leader of her nation, and in Elizabeth II case has faithfully carried out her duties as sovereign.

While I was being facetious in bringing up Miss Kate Middleton, she can look forward to a lot of hard work in the coming years as she is called upon to represent the sovereign both in the British Isles and abroad. She will not be living the life of the "idle" rich, but far from it be responsible for doing all those duties which her new role demands. A far different existence from the coddled "American Princesses" which seem to abound in our cities and suburbs!

I am very much against any type of "inherited" wealth or power, believing that true meritocracy is the most efficient and valid source of leadership in society. And perhaps the British monarchy is outdated, but to say that the members of the Royal Family don't work for their keep is ludicrous and ignorant of their activities and the role they play in their society.

Ranger
12-01-10, 02:56 PM
Prince Harry has already served with a combat unit and has experienced combat in Afghanistan.
Experienced combat? You don't really believe he is treated like every other British soldier, now do you? "Experiencing combat" can have a very broad and general meaning. Of coarse he had to get that "combat experience" under his belt, but you can bet that he (and his unit) are being given the least dangerous assignments and being watched over. Do you think that if an American presidents son had decided to join the military and chose Infantry as his MOS he'd have been assigned to one of the units that fought in Fallujah? Of all the places to be in Afghanistan, the safest is probably in Prince Harry's unit. Right or wrong can be debated, but rank DOES have it's privileges.

orconn
12-01-10, 03:17 PM
Of course rank has its' privileges! That's why we strive to obtain it!

Actually the safest place in Afghanistan at present, judging from action results would be with Bin Laden ... secondly, with Gen. Petraeus! Although in Vietnam, on a few occasions a two star general who I was with at the time managed to get rocketed while we were at a main base camp. As you well know, presence in a war zone where guerrilla warfare is being waged puts one in harms way. Carrying out reconnaissance patrol or convoy escort duty can get you killed or serious wounded, just as more intentional contact with the enemy.

V-Eight
12-01-10, 04:27 PM
2) shes really not that hot. id hit it but i wouldnt go out of my way to.



Probably couldn't get that anyway.....

http://i358.photobucket.com/albums/oo29/zandkonijn/2010%20fun%20pics/62f1d.gif

OffThaHorseCEO
12-01-10, 04:32 PM
if i didnt have to do anything else, if i got paid just because my title was king, queen, prince princess etc i would also be a ranking officer, qualified jet pilot, master linguist and tons of other things.

OffThaHorseCEO
12-01-10, 04:34 PM
Probably couldn't get that anyway.....

http://i358.photobucket.com/albums/oo29/zandkonijn/2010%20fun%20pics/62f1d.gif

LMAO

i probably couldnt, but id never know, because id never try

iowasevillests
12-01-10, 06:48 PM
Do you think that if an American presidents son had decided to join the military and chose Infantry as his MOS he'd have been assigned to one of the units that fought in Fallujah? Of all the places to be in Afghanistan, the safest is probably in Prince Harry's unit. Right or wrong can be debated, but rank DOES have it's privileges.

Actually it might be safer for the Presidents son to be in Afghanistan then in DC, the last stats I saw said that the average Joe was something like 100 times more likely to be shot in DC then someone serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. I'm sure the numbers have been "massaged" somewhat to help prove a point but an interesting point none the less that DC is one of the most dangerous cities in the country on a per capita basis

stsuk
12-01-10, 06:58 PM
I'm not entire sure how this family is funded. Do any of them work?

None of them do work,they get into the military academy and jump to the highest rank in a few months with no training or ground work at all but the everyday serviceman has to break his back just to get past sgt..!!
Everyone over here used to praise the Queen mother for her long lived life,but in actual fact her longevity was caused by not doing anything but waving at the poor folk on her way past in her £200k limo...cant stand the royals and the quicker they are done away with the better.

Ranger
12-01-10, 09:47 PM
Suspicions confirmed by someone in the know. What a rude awakening if one day they woke up and had to fend for themselves like everyone else.

77CDV
12-01-10, 09:52 PM
I expect they'd get along well enough. I will confess a certain fondness for the queen. She's done everything her position has required her to do without complaint, though I doubt she ever wanted the crown to start with.