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klezmer electro-thug beats said:
I don't remember if there were plates but it seemed bigger than a normal bentley (you see them tooling around certain parts of London like they were black cabs), and it was purple, and it had a tiny little shield mounted on the roof with the coat of arms or something. I didn't recognize it at first as the queen's car so it's not quite as iconic as the popemobile or the weinermobile, but it seems pretty custom. No ice-cream PA system blasting god save the queen either.I reckon they blew the crossing because she's got about 5 minutes left to live and her driver is feeling the pressure, rather than that being the normal thing to do. She certainly didn't seem comfortable with it, thought how much of that was me menacing at her I don't know.
If she croaks it's on you?Been nice knowing you, expect the knock at the door anytime now "So what if I downloaded five-thousand mp3s? Who hasn't? WHO HASN'T????!?!?!?"
She had a bulletproof roller BITD, that had no plates on it. I think she was the only person in the UK allowed to run a car with no plates, because Queen.
maybe they just had a hard time figuring out what should go on her vanity license plate, since "BOW DOWN BEFORE THE ONE YOU SERVE" doesn't fit
Ronaldo as player-manager gets my vote.
I think that's probably what is going on since CR7 arrived, unofficially. That and SAF, Camel Mouth and Gary Neville still influence the board and fanbase more than they should. OGS should have told them to put their opinions where the sun don't shine but he cannot offend The Real Legends.
Big up to Barbados for telling the Queen and fam to go suck it
Pity we can't do the same here ..the senior royals and their offspring are a bunch of fucking parasites, every last single one of them.
Just need the tax-havens to do the same. I'll wait.
A House of Lords spokesperson said: “Where a complaint does not relate to a member’s parliamentary duties, it is not covered by the code or the remit of the commissioner for standards.”
The complainant subsequently wrote to the Committee on Standards in Public Life, an advisory body to the prime minister, arguing that this case suggested the Lords code was not fit for purpose as it “takes no notice of its members’ conduct outside of the house, however reprehensible.”
Freddy Adu was going to take them there.
They would have done better with Sade Adu up front.