- Anybody actually planning on watching the royal wedding?
I’ll be in Belgium for SSEC.
My mother seems all excited and looking forward to it. She is Irish, but lived here for years, and would have thought she would not be too bothered. The only person I know looking to watch it. Well, my did will have to watch it I suppose.Posted 8 years agoyunkiMember
I’d like to imagine that I will celebrate it in a similar way to the Queens golden jubilee.. banged up for drunk in a public place immediately followed by an illegal four day techno festival..
But in truth I will probably be loitering at the back of a cheap and dingy rave club.. feeling like a wierd old perv.. worrying that my knees won’t cope with dancing and worriedly nursing a redbull and coke for fear of a hangover the next day..Posted 8 years agocrazy-legsSubscriber
I’ve lost count of the number of “adverts” I’ve seen for it on the BBC. They’re bringing out all the Royal Correspondents, the full HD camera set-up, wall-to-wall coverage all day.
I’ll be somewhere up in the North of Scotland, hopefully somewhere with no TV or internet.
It’s not that I’m anti it or anything, I just have no feelings either way about it – congratulations to the happy couple and all that but I’m really not interested in watching it or taking part in a street party to celebrate it.Posted 8 years ago
My mother seems all excited and looking forward to it. She is Irish, but lived here for years,
Strangely, a southern Irish woman I met at a wedding last weekend is the only person I’ve spoken to who seemed genuinely excited by it.
Maybe it’s aimed more at foreigners than us anyway?Posted 8 years agomrmoMember
pissing me off to be honest, i don’t get paid bank holidays as a temp, so not only do i loose good friday, easter monday and mayday, i also loose another days pay.
so i have to use all the holiday i have accrued this year.
hope weather is good so i can get a nice long bike ride in, obviously not to any trail centre as they’ll be packed.Posted 8 years agoemszMember
will probably watch it on telly, quite like all the dressing up, and horses, and uniforms and all that. Quite curious to see what the dress looks like. How weird must it be though, knowing you’ll be queen someday. You know when people say “when I’m king/queen…”
LOL, I’d demand non stop haribos and a flunky just for foot rubs.Posted 8 years ago
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