WILLS AT 21: HAPPY BOOZEDAY TO YOU: .. oh yes he can.
WELL thank f*** for that. Finally a member of the House of Windsor who speaks like the vast majority in this country.
Anybody who is offended by a 21-year-old saying, "Are you trying to get me pissed" needs to go out and get pissed more.
How would we have him speak? Like his father, who would have gone red: "Are you trying to get one inebriated?"
Do we want this family to speak like black-and-white sketches from the Fast Show?
If they talked more like us, their subjects might find them relevant to modern Britain.
We imagine Philip swears a lot but never hear it. I can only remember "Naff Orf" from Princess Anne, but what the f*** does that mean?
So fair play to you William. It bodes well for the future. I lost count of the times I heard Diana say: "Don't talk to me about that f****d-up family."
My only complaint is that he should have used "a*seholed" because that is the term most people his age use, and it would have further outraged all the a*seholes who are getting their bloomers in a twist now.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jun 20, 2003|
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