|and just that? the focus of public attention.....for a baby make him what?|
Did the royals ask for the media attention? As far as I'm aware, no. The media wants news; the media loves to create hysteria and this[the birth of the 'royal' baby is the perfect ingredient for their 'hysteria' recipe.
|then keep calm and don't get excited. Tell Him.|
Where am I getting excited, son? ..And what should I
tell him? Tell him to serve the deprived little souls of Africa? Even if I do, I'm pretty sure that Typhus
or anybody else on this forums is nowhere close to being rich enough to contribute to the well-being of African kids. He's at least not
whining about the birth of an innocent little human unlike you folks.
|You sound as if you don't understand English.|
|then what should I call him...f*cking baby..... Again same advice. Calm down dude!.. |
It's funny to see the level of grammatical incompetency in the latter quote of yours;It's all the more funnier when you call others for not understanding English
while you're the one who didn't make yourself clear; what exactly what you said initially, to which I responded to, lend to your argument? I couldn't get my head around it.
|well.. i think it a nice name.|
Imagine yourself in the baby's parents' shoes now. Now, you're a big celebrity with paparazzi coming behind your tail everywhere you go. Hell, you're the father of a newborn kid and all-of-a-f*cking sudden, the whole world calls your baby a steaming pile of sh*t, because of the incessant attention the media and the paparazzi had given to you and your child. Just imagine..
Woah! Behold, my friends, we've got an imposing internet warrior here!
I'll make myself clear that I'm no supporter of the Royals, for they're just living off the millions of tax payers money. But they also contribute a lot to the tourism industry, as far as I am aware.
But in no does them being Royals warrant the offspring of one of the royals to get name-called as "sh*t".