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(The Mirror)   Prince Harry's chat-up line revealed, "Come on back to my palace."   (mirror.co.uk) divider line 11
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2002-01-14 08:35:32 AM  
An aide to Prince Harry was quoted yesterday as saying: "Club H was created so the young Princes could have some private space to grow and smoke pot and drink booze while they were going through their teenage years. Prince Charles felt it was important they had their place away from the house to rape young girls and boys alike."
 
2002-01-14 08:41:52 AM  
I thought it was "Fancy coming to my wing and getting high?"
 
2002-01-14 09:00:50 AM  
Should have the obvious tag. What would you do if you were a prince? Use the palace to get laid of course.
 
2002-01-14 09:37:24 AM  
His Royal HIGHNESS!
 
2002-01-14 09:40:37 AM  
If you had a palace, you would use that line too.
 
2002-01-14 09:41:53 AM  
"Would you like to play with the royal jewels?"
 
2002-01-14 09:43:40 AM  
Its not news its.......actually its just not news
 
2002-01-14 10:17:25 AM  
wilst thou pass thy royal BONG?
 
2002-01-14 10:22:46 AM  
Man, I've tried this line, and it never works for me...
 
2002-01-14 10:23:42 AM  
I wonder if he calls his friends, "The Revolution"?

get it??.. .. .. oh shut up
 
2002-01-15 09:34:18 PM  
 
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