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Queen graciously sits through Heaven’s excruciating 3-hour opening ceremony

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth has politely smiled and clapped through a mind-numbing 3-hour opening ceremony to mark her arrival in the afterlife.

The performance – a combination of kitsch cultural references and agonising contemporary dance routines – at times seemed as if it was never going to end. But the Queen respectfully watched the whole thing, not even once glancing down to look at her phone.

After the ceremony, the Queen politely thanked those involved, before meeting with the performers.

Prince Philip, who was also there, said it was the most boring piece of sh!t he had ever witnessed.

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9 hours ago, AustralianFan said:

Surprisingly powerful and sincere tribute by Boris Johnson.

 

Shame more like - whilst he and his cronies where partying and breaking their own COVID rules, he maj had to sit alone at her husband of over 70 years funeral.

That man is nothing but a monster - who plays the fool, but is cunning and as evil as other world dictators.

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2 hours ago, Scotguy II said:

Shame more like - whilst he and his cronies where partying and breaking their own COVID rules, he maj had to sit alone at her husband of over 70 years funeral.

That man is nothing but a monster - who plays the fool, but is cunning and as evil as other world dictators.

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ALright, another question:  so when do the older Windsor children (Charles, Anne & the 2 brothers -- and all the other older marchers) stop for a drink of water?  :blink:  How come that's never shown?  Are they perfect physical specimens that they DON'T need hydration?  And all those 8-hour vigils from now until Monday -- and I guess all men, I guess they all have to visit the loo before their 8-hour duties.  Don't they get stiff-legged standing there for 8 hours, with their necks bent?  Gosh, QE2 is really a tough task-mistress . . . putting her enlisted servicemen to such rigors!!  :wacko:

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12 hours ago, baron-pierreIV said:

And all those 8-hour vigils from now until Monday -- and I guess all men, I guess they all have to visit the loo before their 8-hour duties.  Don't they get stiff-legged standing there for 8 hours, with their necks bent?

Far from it. Literally every 20 minutes there is changing of the guards.  Reported today on BBC.

 

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40 minutes ago, baron-pierreIV said:

That poor gentleman was reported by media as a retired soldier and elderly.  He fainted and he had plenty of support who came to his aid. You can see his white hair in this still.

Shifts change about every 20 minutes - Nine News

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/\/\  Oh, so a royal already fainted before this member of the Archers.  So, Gabriella Windsor was the first to faint -- but it doesn't say where or when.  Of course, this occasion cannot go on without a drama QUEEN or two displaying his/her stuff!  :lol: :ph34r:

 

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