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 Post Posted: Sat May 19, 2018 11:17 am 
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Just thinking about how I am missing Knocker. I wonder if he is sat in front of a large screen TV taking in all he can of the wedding. Or perhaps he went to Windsor to camp out overnight and be near the action. I can't imagine him wanting to miss this even for the FA Cup final.

Come on Knocker, are you out there or have you fallen completely for the Mix now? let us know what you think about today. Is Harry's positional play any good? Will Meghan be able to keep possession? Let's hear an expert view.

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I spotted him in the Chapel. Tears in his eyes.

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Match so far.....capacity crowd, team strip was ok, brides hair looked like she’d had a quick romp beforehand. Don’t mind the half time entertainment.

Highlight was seeing Tindall giving Zara a ‘wish we could shag right here’ look whilst stroking the baby bump.

And Posh Spice reminding me of the miserable fecker who used to sit next to me in the South Bank :roll:


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Fantastic spectacle, proud to be British, not one miserable bastard in sight, dilly dilly!!

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Rozza wrote:
Fantastic spectacle, proud to be British, not one miserable bastard in sight, dilly dilly!!

You must have missed Victoria....


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Rozza wrote:
Fantastic spectacle, proud to be British, not one miserable bastard in sight, dilly dilly!!


dont start that daft chant... oh sod it ....Dilly Dilly!!! :)


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Fantastic spectacle, proud to be British, not one miserable bastard in sight, dilly dilly!!

You must have missed Victoria....


She got sentenced to the pit of misery for bringing her soy protein drink breakfast, dilly dilly :lol:

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Rozza wrote:
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Fantastic spectacle, proud to be British, not one miserable bastard in sight, dilly dilly!!

You must have missed Victoria....


She got sentenced to the pit of misery for bringing her soy protein drink breakfast, dilly dilly :lol:


I thought she had a problem with her pit of misery after an unfortunate incident with a champagne bottle ? Dilly dilly.

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Another bunch of rubbery muppets gathering at Windsor this morning.

Initial thoughts, I wish it would piss down on the lot of them.


Deeper thoughts would get me arrested. Parasites.


I didn't call them rubbery muppets.

They should have a reality tv show where everyone within that church is taken to a desert island and left to look after themselves.

Six months later, return with a boat, you would only need a small one.

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Glad you are enjoying it Knocker. :lol:

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Glad you are enjoying it Knocker. :lol:


No doubt the BBC will be doing a dvd for devotees. Great xmas present for him.
Nice to know that Genie insisted on a plastic-free wedding. She is an example to us all. Just like her mother and father before her.

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Not seen a minute of it so cannot comment on names and faces, BUT it was a nice gesture of the bride to insist her dress 'showed the scars' on her back - no, not from a KK attack, but from the operation she had to correct scoliosis. She has invited the surgeons and hospital staff to the wedding, and wants to show off the scar as a message to all young girls that beauty does not have to be flawless.

Ok - you can now attack her, but I think it does her credit.

Beautiful chapel. My PA's son, having been at my school, went on to be organist at St George's Chapel and invited me to a couple of major events there. So I hope KK is only taking the invited guests to his desert isle and not the building & workers ....

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Such occasions bore me to death. Absolutely candy for the brain dead. Just my opinion, of course, I may not be right but these things leave me numb with apathy and boredom.

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Such occasions bore me to death. Absolutely candy for the brain dead. Just my opinion, of course, I may not be right but these things leave me numb with apathy and boredom.


Probably, most people couldn't care less about any weddings of the offspring of the awful freeloading Sarah Ferguson and the smug Air Miles Andy. On the other hand if it gives pleasure to some people isn't that a good thing?

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Such occasions bore me to death. Absolutely candy for the brain dead. Just my opinion, of course, I may not be right but these things leave me numb with apathy and boredom.


One thing to remember when it comes to money, they don't pay, you do.

Every time.

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knocker knowles wrote:
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Such occasions bore me to death. Absolutely candy for the brain dead. Just my opinion, of course, I may not be right but these things leave me numb with apathy and boredom.


One thing to remember when it comes to money, they don't pay, you do.

Every time.


That goes with their being royalty. But, It would be lovely in such austere times if that twat Air Miles stumped up the 2 million we, the people, stumped up for security. Can Corbyn abolish royalty if he gets in?

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The class system is a yoke around any nations neck, the Royal family and its filter prevent meritocracy and the rise of the working man.

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The class system is a yoke around any nations neck, the Royal family and its filter prevent meritocracy and the rise of the working man.


If we had a meritocracy in this country based on commitment and work ethic knocker its/our leaders would all be Polish or South East Asian.

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The class system is a yoke around any nations neck, the Royal family and its filter prevent meritocracy and the rise of the working man.


If we had a meritocracy in this country based on commitment and work ethic knocker its/our leaders would all be Polish or South East Asian.


Hardest workers I have ever seen Irish and Mexicans.

One of either worth a hundred Royals.

Done the hard way, not with a silver spoon.

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The class system is a yoke around any nations neck, the Royal family and its filter prevent meritocracy and the rise of the working man.


The Royal family "prevent the rise of the working man"? This flies in the face of the millions of working men and women who HAVE risen and risen and risen 'through the ranks'. The country is littered with them - and jolly good too!

To claim that the Royal family, or capitalists, or bankers, or whoever has 'prevented' their rise sounds more of an excuse from Jim of the Royle family for just sitting on his arse all day!

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