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Good Luck William and Kate

Submitted by on April 28, 2011 – 9:58 am7 Comments

London's Regents Street prepares to celebrate this momentous occasion for our country

A Fine Lung wishes all the very best to Prince William and Kate Middleton on their wedding tomorrow. In difficult times like this, there’s nothing this country needs more than a national show of pride for the whole world to see.

For that, I’m sure we can all unite and be grateful, and as one wish this young couple all the best for their future life together.


  • Twomowers says:

    Yes, good luck your majestys and shame on those who have tried to put a downer on the lovely couple’s happy day by whingeing about certain representatives attending from countries such as Syria, Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Iran, Zimbabwe, Oman, Swaziland, Kuwait, Qatar, Brunei and Abu Dhabi. And I hope they’re happy now that the Crown Prince of Bahrain has decided to pull out. I think that when it comes to a Royal Wedding you should leave your politics on the steps of Westminster Abbey.

  • blaine says:

    chorlton wishes wills and kate well

  • Talkative says:

    too right, there’s even been talk of scruffy protestors planning on disrupting things, by running in the church or something and shouting insults when the priest asks if anyone has any reasons why they shouldn’t be married, or putting wills off so he says ‘awful’ instead of ‘lawful’.

    remember, at the heart of this are two young people deeply in love who just want to express their love before god, and maybe a priest and some guests, who have been kind enough to allow well wishers to watch as well, and some misery guts out there – probably the same types who refuse to wear poppies – want to say ‘hey, look at me, i’m different’. what sad, sad people.

  • LesBagg says:

    Yes, huzzah’s all round, caps in the air and all that!
    I may even get the flag I’m saving for Thatcher’s death out tomorrow, or, maybe not!
    Remember the wise words of Jimmy Saville, Princess Kate.
    “Clunk Click, every trip” Just in case like!

  • Serge Forward says:

    Indeed. What better way to spend the holiday than watching the royal wedding on telly. Later, I’ll be finding a nice field where I can spend the rest of the afternoon grazing.

  • The Real Roxanne says:

    Damn. I missed it. Why wasn’t it advertised more widely? I’ll have to buy the DVD now.

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