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Originally posted by DreamerOracle
oops actually its Scarlet Coat for the Irish Guards....He's the honoury colonel and the posted in Afg at the moment....
Correcting my previous post.
Originally posted by curious7
reply to post by tigpoppa
I gave your last post a star purely because you seem to enjoy continuing this absolutely insane drivel without a care in the world how people react to your ramblings.
Originally posted by spolvil
I live in central UK - i can confirm that i have never drunk blood out of a human skull yet...nor have (to my knowledge admittedly) any of my mates!
its not like you can go get a skull from Tesco's....
Originally posted by eyesdown
I think we did used to drink out of skulls. Thats why we call mugs mugs and also faces mugs. It reminds us of our drinking out of skulls days.
The term derives from mug, an English slang term for face, dating from the 18th century
beer mugs of the late 18th century were often shaped like human heads
Originally posted by oaf21
reply to post by tigpoppa
Prince William and Kate Middleton are simply following the traditions of the british people by drinking blood from human skulls.
Don't forget, too, that Will is Diana's son. I'm hoping this guy follows in her footsteps and continues the humanitarian work that she did.
The 'Blood Guzzling' Royals will be in California VERY soon.......... so Lock up your daughters, sons and padlock your vast supplies of Blood because they are coming to get you.........
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Fresh from their £4,000-a-night honeymoon hotel on a secret island in the Seychelles it seems the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have their sights set on an altogether more spooky location for their first Royal tour. The Royal newlyweds have requested a trip to the hotel that inspired Stanley Kubrick's horror film The Shining when they visit America in July. Prince William and his new bride have asked aides to change the original itinerary so that they can spend the night at the 84-year-old Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park, according to The Mirror...The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have reserved the presidential suite at the five-star hotel, whose previous occupants include US president John F Kennedy. The Queen stayed in a neighbouring suite when she visited Yosemite in 1983
Whatever their eventual itinerary, the Royal couple are expected to spend at least one night at a new £7,500-a-night presidential bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel - known as the ‘Pink Palace’ because of its trademark pink stucco exterior. The 5,500 sq ft bungalow ‘Number 23’ is still under construction alongside a smaller 5,000 sq ft bungalow ‘Number 24’, which will house the couple’s security staff.