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(Talking Points Memo)   CNN's royal contributor Victoria Arbiter:"This is how brilliant Kate is. There are women throughout British royal family history that have not being able to deliver a boy, and here we are, Kate did it first time." Brilliant   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 147
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2013-07-22 09:35:09 PM
Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.
 
2013-07-22 09:40:05 PM

Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.


So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.


 
2013-07-22 09:40:12 PM
Biology, how does it work? Only the father can supply a viable Y chromosome.
 
2013-07-22 09:41:29 PM
Yes, but even the British have figured out by now that Dad needs to send in the Y swimmers if he wants a son. Mom always brings the X. So Kate had fark all to do with the gender of the Royal Spawn.

The Dumbass was for failing basic HS biology.

/not subs
 
2013-07-22 09:46:56 PM

ParallelUniverseParking: So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.


Good thing I was talking about lines of succession, not the biological factors that lead to a baby's sex, huh?
 
2013-07-22 10:08:00 PM
She certainly has one talented twat.
 
2013-07-22 10:10:30 PM

ParallelUniverseParking: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender?


Not quite true. If the mom doesn't want that particular kid to take hold, she slough's it out, and a miscarriage happens. Better luck next time, buckaroo!
 
2013-07-22 10:13:37 PM

ParallelUniverseParking: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.


Not necessarily true. If the mother doesn't want that kid to develope, she can prevent that kid from attaching, slough it out, causing a miscarriage, and good buy, buckaroo! Better luck next time!
 
2013-07-22 10:24:01 PM

For some reason I am imagining the Royal Birthing Nurse emerging from the delivery room, bundle in hand, and saying in a loud, clear voice,


 "BEHOLD! THE ROYAL PENIS!"


It might be the wine.
 
2013-07-22 10:30:36 PM
Well, if that's the standard, Princess Diana also did it the first time.

/and second.
 
2013-07-22 10:36:09 PM
Um...in British parlance, the exclamation "brilliant" is used in place of fabulous or awesome. You are all getting your knickers in a twist over this, and it's a little surreal.

America and England, two countries separated by a common language.
 
2013-07-22 10:42:47 PM

yanceylebeef: Um...in British parlance, the exclamation "brilliant" is used in place of fabulous or awesome. You are all getting your knickers in a twist over this, and it's a little surreal.

America and England, two countries separated by a common language.


Okay, let's substitute:

"My first thought, I have to say, this is how fabulous a royal Kate is. There are women throughout British royal family history that have panicked over not being able to deliver a boy, and here we are, Kate did it first time," she added.

And you still have: Kate is a fabulous royal because she squeezed out a boy instead of a girl, when in reality she had absolutely nothing to do with the baby's gender.

The word substitution changes nothing. This woman is still painfully stupid.
 
2013-07-22 10:46:14 PM

ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.


And YOU have no farking clue as to the historical context.  You refer to Henry VIII - but Catherine of Aragon was completely  blamed for her failure to provide Henry VIII with an heir.

Fark you and your historical interpolation.
 
2013-07-22 11:11:33 PM
 

Aarontology: ParallelUniverseParking: So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

Good thing I was talking about lines of succession, not the biological factors that lead to a baby's sex, huh?


Don't bring a knife to a gunfight...or a history book to biology class
 
2013-07-22 11:16:25 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

And YOU have no farking clue as to the historical context.  You refer to Henry VIII - but Catherine of Aragon was completely  blamed for her failure to provide Henry VIII with an heir.

Fark you and your historical interpolation.


If you like history so much you might want to look up the history of genetics...and at what point we actually had a clue how the gender of a baby is determined. To compare knowledge of the 16th century with what we (should)  know in the 21st is just silly.
 
2013-07-22 11:19:21 PM
She is hot so I can forgive her
 
2013-07-22 11:44:08 PM

kimwim: ParallelUniverseParking: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender?

Not quite true. If the mom doesn't want that particular kid to take hold, she slough's it out, and a miscarriage happens. Better luck next time, buckaroo!


Todd Akin? Is that you?
 
2013-07-22 11:49:35 PM

ParallelUniverseParking: kimwim: ParallelUniverseParking: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender?

Not quite true. If the mom doesn't want that particular kid to take hold, she slough's it out, and a miscarriage happens. Better luck next time, buckaroo!

Todd Akin? Is that you?


Actually I've heard if a man lets a woman - ahem - "finish" first, the baby will be a boy.  This is as reward to the man to taking the woman's desires and needs into consideration during the intercourse.
 
2013-07-23 12:11:08 AM
Didn't they change the rule? The preference is just the first born kid (regardless of gender)
 
2013-07-23 12:12:29 AM

ParallelUniverseParking: Benevolent Misanthrope: ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

And YOU have no farking clue as to the historical context.  You refer to Henry VIII - but Catherine of Aragon was completely  blamed for her failure to provide Henry VIII with an heir.

Fark you and your historical interpolation.

If you like history so much you might want to look up the history of genetics...and at what point we actually had a clue how the gender of a baby is determined. To compare knowledge of the 16th century with what we (should)  know in the 21st is just silly.


DICTIONARY, motherf*cker!  Do ya SPEAK it!

What part of "interpolation" do you not understand?
 
2013-07-23 12:19:00 AM

yanceylebeef: Um...in British parlance, the exclamation "brilliant" is used in place of fabulous or awesome. You are all getting your knickers in a twist over this, and it's a little surreal.

America and England, two countries separated by a common language.


Pretty much what I came to say. Yes, Dad's DNA did the job, but her womb encased the boy child, and for that she will be lauded for protecting the male heir. In context, "brilliant" is to say, "How awesome is that Kate gave birth to a boy child? It's fecking THAT Awesome! It's wicked f*cking Awesome! She is one lucky frippin' woman, and Gods how we love her for it!"

Translated for the Yanks in the audience. I don't speak British Standard exceptionally well, but I can parse it on occasion.
 
2013-07-23 12:20:53 AM

hubiestubert: yanceylebeef: Um...in British parlance, the exclamation "brilliant" is used in place of fabulous or awesome. You are all getting your knickers in a twist over this, and it's a little surreal.

America and England, two countries separated by a common language.

Pretty much what I came to say. Yes, Dad's DNA did the job, but her womb encased the boy child, and for that she will be lauded for protecting the male heir. In context, "brilliant" is to say, "How awesome is that Kate gave birth to a boy child? It's fecking THAT Awesome! It's wicked f*cking Awesome! She is one lucky frippin' woman, and Gods how we love her for it!"

Translated for the Yanks in the audience. I don't speak British Standard exceptionally well, but I can parse it on occasion.


If Brits mouths weren't always stuffed with French cock I think it would be easier for us in the United States to understand what they say
 
2013-07-23 12:24:36 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: ParallelUniverseParking: Benevolent Misanthrope: ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

And YOU have no farking clue as to the historical context.  You refer to Henry VIII - but Catherine of Aragon was completely  blamed for her failure to provide Henry VIII with an heir.

Fark you and your historical interpolation.

If you like history so much you might want to look up the history of genetics...and at what point we actually had a clue how the gender of a baby is determined. To compare knowledge of the 16th century with what we (should)  know in the 21st is just silly.

DICTIONARY, motherf*cker!  Do ya SPEAK it!

What part of "interpolation" do you not understand?


The "interpolation" part I guess...and the part where you think I refer to Henry VIII. Come to think of it, the part where you claim "dictionary" is a language is also a bit strange. It's actually a book that lists words of a language. Close, but no cigarette.
 
2013-07-23 12:27:48 AM
Truly, her Royal Uterus is superior to all other uteri.
 
2013-07-23 12:39:46 AM

hubiestubert: yanceylebeef: Um...in British parlance, the exclamation "brilliant" is used in place of fabulous or awesome. You are all getting your knickers in a twist over this, and it's a little surreal.

America and England, two countries separated by a common language.

Pretty much what I came to say. Yes, Dad's DNA did the job, but her womb encased the boy child, and for that she will be lauded for protecting the male heir. In context, "brilliant" is to say, "How awesome is that Kate gave birth to a boy child? It's fecking THAT Awesome! It's wicked f*cking Awesome! She is one lucky frippin' woman, and Gods how we love her for it!"

Translated for the Yanks in the audience. I don't speak British Standard exceptionally well, but I can parse it on occasion.


CNN is a US cable news channel. Speak real English or GTFO. What comes next? Gotta nip that in the butt before we have to listen to the weather report in Arabic with English subtitles.


 
2013-07-23 12:46:31 AM
Man, this thread is serious farking business.
 
2013-07-23 12:48:01 AM

TheManofPA: Man, this thread is serious farking business.


Thrones are no game.
 
2013-07-23 12:56:14 AM

ParallelUniverseParking: CNN is a US cable news channel. Speak real English or GTFO. What comes next? Gotta nip that in the butt before we have to listen to the weather report in Arabic with English subtitles.


Is that supposed to be the American version of that saying?
 
2013-07-23 12:57:04 AM

costermonger: ParallelUniverseParking: CNN is a US cable news channel. Speak real English or GTFO. What comes next? Gotta nip that in the butt before we have to listen to the weather report in Arabic with English subtitles.

Is that supposed to be the American version of that saying?


Do go out there and place someone else on a peddle stool. Thats farked up
 
2013-07-23 01:06:58 AM

costermonger: ParallelUniverseParking: CNN is a US cable news channel. Speak real English or GTFO. What comes next? Gotta nip that in the butt before we have to listen to the weather report in Arabic with English subtitles.

Is that supposed to be the American version of that saying?


You know what I mean. Light one up Francis.
 
2013-07-23 01:21:34 AM

cman: She is hot so I can forgive her


I'm pretty sure she is reading this thread, and the next time she gets horny you'll be the first person she calls.
 
2013-07-23 01:25:27 AM

TommyymmoT: cman: She is hot so I can forgive her

I'm pretty sure she is reading this thread, and the next time she gets horny you'll be the first person she calls.


I wish I had a chance D:
 
2013-07-23 01:36:01 AM

yanceylebeef: Um...in British parlance, the exclamation "brilliant" is used in place of fabulous or awesome. You are all getting your knickers in a twist over this, and it's a little surreal.

America and England, two countries separated by a common language.


We know. We've all seen the gum commercials... or do you have another word for "gum."

"Yes, please give me another piece of 'dental bouncy bouncy.' Brilliant!"
 
2013-07-23 01:36:51 AM

cman: TommyymmoT: cman: She is hot so I can forgive her

I'm pretty sure she is reading this thread, and the next time she gets horny you'll be the first person she calls.

I wish I had a chance D:


You're an AMERICAN!
You can do ANYTHING if you try hard enough, and are willing to work for it!

Here's some masturbational inspiration music to placate you in the mean time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBbBfrKsVqY">http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=sBbBfrKsVqY
 
2013-07-23 01:37:51 AM

ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.


Absolutely nothing, you say?
 
2013-07-23 01:50:11 AM
Hysterical inter-Polatron thread!

i1.ytimg.com
 
2013-07-23 01:51:02 AM

DammitIForgotMyLogin: ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

Absolutely nothing, you say?


high calorie intake = male? I don't know. What about consuming "phallic" fruit and vegetables around time of conception?
 
2013-07-23 01:55:52 AM
How quickly they forget the Princess of Wales
 
2013-07-23 01:55:57 AM

LordOfThePings: Hysterical inter-Polatron thread!

[i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]


Did you just call us bolometric? How DARE you?
 
2013-07-23 01:57:10 AM

ParallelUniverseParking: DammitIForgotMyLogin: ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

Absolutely nothing, you say?

high calorie intake = male? I don't know. What about consuming "phallic" fruit and vegetables around time of conception?


What if you want a puppy?
 
2013-07-23 01:59:10 AM

fmcgalaxie500: How quickly they forget the Princess of Wales


Nobody could ever forget her
img2.timeinc.net
/hotlinked
 
2013-07-23 02:01:48 AM

Notabunny: ParallelUniverseParking: DammitIForgotMyLogin: ParallelUniverseParking: Aarontology: Given the royal historical context, that's a relatively big deal.

Wars were fought over the throne due to uncertainty over the proper heir, and the lack of a male child set the chain of events in motion that lead to the creation of the Anglican Church. Something like that wouldn't happen in today's world obviously, given today's politics, but to patrilineal monarchies it's kind of important.

So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender? I am dissapoint.

Absolutely nothing, you say?

high calorie intake = male? I don't know. What about consuming "phallic" fruit and vegetables around time of conception?

What if you want a puppy?


encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
/hot
 
2013-07-23 02:08:41 AM

ParallelUniverseParking: Did you just call us bolometric? How DARE you?


Swedish-made bologna-measuring equipment is my bag, baby.
 
2013-07-23 02:41:26 AM
I'm not saying that having thin lips and straight brunette hair gives you kick ass ovaries, but having thin lips and straight brunette hair gives you kick ass ovaries.
 
2013-07-23 02:41:49 AM
www.automizeit.com
 
2013-07-23 02:47:39 AM
I think we are all getting ahead of ourselves here, people.

The sex of the child is male, yes, but we don't know its gender because it is up to the child determine to determine that.
 
2013-07-23 03:09:43 AM

ParallelUniverseParking: So you too have no farking clue that the mother has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the baby's gender?


She has a bit to do with it.
 
2013-07-23 04:21:01 AM

Elegy: I think we are all getting ahead of ourselves here, people.

The sex of the child is male, yes, but we don't know its gender because it is up to the child determine to determine that.


I was wondering when this would get here.

This thread should be good.
 
2013-07-23 04:41:57 AM

Elegy: I think we are all getting ahead of ourselves here, people.The sex of the child is male, yes, but we don't know its gender because it is up to the child to determine that.




God save the drag queen
fuuka.warosu.org
 
2013-07-23 04:42:46 AM
I don't how how you do things in America but in Britain if the woman tries really hard she can choose the gender. It's been this way for hundreds of years. It's why Henry VIII was rightfully so angered that his wives couldn't even produce a healthy boy. Just don't change your mind halfway through, otherwise you might end up with a boy with boobs, or a girl who does weight lifting.

And now you know how these things come about.

So Princess Catherine the Great really earned that title.
 
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