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Originally posted by Mapletree

I wouldn’t mind seeing her subject to a dissolution phnah phnah

Could be tricky since she thinks that’s got something to do with Alka Seltzer. Just hand her a soduko and watch her melt like The Wicked Witch of Hackney.

 

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View PalazioVecchio's Profile PalazioVecchio Flag south pole 24 Nov 19 10.56am Send a Private Message to PalazioVecchio Add PalazioVecchio as a friend

Katherine Howard said Henry viii had a limp Willy.

Vlad was "the impaler"

The contest is lopsided like millwall versus palace

 


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Originally posted by PalazioVecchio

Katherine Howard said Henry viii had a limp Willy.

Vlad was "the impaler"

The contest is lopsided like millwall versus palace

That worked out well for her.
Ended the same way as her cousin Anne Boleyn.

 

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Originally posted by sickboy

That worked out well for her.
Ended the same way as her cousin Anne Boleyn.

I never normally make judgements and speculate on how people's physical insecurities affect their behaviour, but for me Henry VIII displayed all the symptons of tichy t*dger syndrome, and without giving too much away I veer more towards chiplolata than Chippendale myself, but something about H's track record and dimeanour suggest this to me, his suit of armour displayed at Hampton court (no pun intended) with its notably large protective metal cod piece, looks a sign of big hat/small head to me.

 

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Originally posted by ex hibitionist

I never normally make judgements and speculate on how people's physical insecurities affect their behaviour, but for me Henry VIII displayed all the symptons of tichy t*dger syndrome, and without giving too much away I veer more towards chiplolata than Chippendale myself, but something about H's track record and dimeanour suggest this to me, his suit of armour displayed at Hampton court (no pun intended) with its notably large protective metal cod piece, looks a sign of big hat/small head to me.

I had chipolatas with my lunch yesterday. Glad I didn’t read this yesterday morning.

 

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Originally posted by ex hibitionist

I never normally make judgements and speculate on how people's physical insecurities affect their behaviour, but for me Henry VIII displayed all the symptons of tichy t*dger syndrome, and without giving too much away I veer more towards chiplolata than Chippendale myself, but something about H's track record and dimeanour suggest this to me, his suit of armour displayed at Hampton court (no pun intended) with its notably large protective metal cod piece, looks a sign of big hat/small head to me.

When you see the size of his palaces it's a bit of a giveaway, over compensating I would say.

Maybe he's like the gorilla who doesn't know that he's small in that department. Would you tell a 300lb gorilla that he's got a small d*ck?

 


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View ASCPFC's Profile ASCPFC Flag Pro-Cathedral/caravan park 24 Nov 19 7.36pm Send a Private Message to ASCPFC Add ASCPFC as a friend

Henry VIII's misdeeds are being grossly exaggerated here. Who hasn't wanted to kill their ex-wives at one stage or another?
I love the way he brought in 'treason by thought'. He's probably the last man in England who made a profit from a divorce.
I believe Vlad killed a load of his own people to demonstrate to the Turks what he was capable of. He saved the Turks a bit of time anyway.
I can also explain quite seriously that death warrants were supposed to be signed by the King. Henry VIII had a stamp of his signature made and was barely interested in the day to day business of the country. No way he personally had 70 thousand killed. Whichever historian is coming up with that is full of it.

 


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Originally posted by ex hibitionist

I never normally make judgements and speculate on how people's physical insecurities affect their behaviour, but for me Henry VIII displayed all the symptons of tichy t*dger syndrome, and without giving too much away I veer more towards chiplolata than Chippendale myself, but something about H's track record and dimeanour suggest this to me, his suit of armour displayed at Hampton court (no pun intended) with its notably large protective metal cod piece, looks a sign of big hat/small head to me.

A ginger as well.

 

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