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« Reply #495 on: May 10, 2019, 07:41:01 PM »

I just started watching Grace and Frankie and one of FrankieĎs sons is called Coyote. The other also has a special name. ItĎs fiction though  Grin
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« Reply #496 on: May 10, 2019, 07:49:20 PM »

I just started watching Grace and Frankie and one of FrankieĎs sons is called Coyote. The other also has a special name. ItĎs fiction though  Grin

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« Reply #497 on: May 10, 2019, 07:53:19 PM »

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« Reply #498 on: May 10, 2019, 09:31:43 PM »

From Blind Gossip:

https://blindgossip.com/a...hie-lannister/#more-98516


"With the arrival of little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor comes a lot of commentary from the public about the first name that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose for their son.

However, the public are not the only ones with an opinion!

A member of the royal family quietly made a snarky remark about the non-traditional name.

[They] said, ďItís not exactly a proper name, is it? More of a nicknameÖ or a name youíd give a baby born in Flea Bottom!Ē

The comment is especially amusing as it gave away the royal as being a Game of Thrones fan! You see, Flea Bottom is a poor neighborhood near Kingís Landing, the residence of the Lannister family.

Who knew that real royals liked to watch fictional royal families duke it out on TV?

At least Archieís last name isnít Lannister!"


I say it is Andrew.  If it were Phillip, it would have been something much more crude. 
I'm very suspicious about this gossip. I cannot imagine Philip watching GoT and I believe Andrew doesn't even care about Harry's family, maybe he cares only if he sees that the new baby will have more privileges than the York girls. If this is true, Anne could be the one, but again I'm not sure if it's true, it's not a general opinion but something very specific and I don't know how this could become known to someone outside the close circle of the family, assuming that most of them are very carefull who's listening when having such private conversations.

This has Anne written all over it. The comment just reads in the exact way she speaks. Which, if made up, was done by someone familiar with Anneís quipppy one and two liners.
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« Reply #499 on: May 10, 2019, 09:43:57 PM »

Guess that is gossip. Don't picture Phil watching games of thrones and he would have been blunt like "Archie? Is that supposed to be a name?".
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« Reply #500 on: May 10, 2019, 10:07:59 PM »

From Blind Gossip:

https://blindgossip.com/a...hie-lannister/#more-98516


"With the arrival of little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor comes a lot of commentary from the public about the first name that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose for their son.

However, the public are not the only ones with an opinion!

A member of the royal family quietly made a snarky remark about the non-traditional name.

[They] said, ďItís not exactly a proper name, is it? More of a nicknameÖ or a name youíd give a baby born in Flea Bottom!Ē

The comment is especially amusing as it gave away the royal as being a Game of Thrones fan! You see, Flea Bottom is a poor neighborhood near Kingís Landing, the residence of the Lannister family.

Who knew that real royals liked to watch fictional royal families duke it out on TV?

At least Archieís last name isnít Lannister!"


I say it is Andrew.  If it were Phillip, it would have been something much more crude. 
I'm very suspicious about this gossip. I cannot imagine Philip watching GoT and I believe Andrew doesn't even care about Harry's family, maybe he cares only if he sees that the new baby will have more privileges than the York girls. If this is true, Anne could be the one, but again I'm not sure if it's true, it's not a general opinion but something very specific and I don't know how this could become known to someone outside the close circle of the family, assuming that most of them are very carefull who's listening when having such private conversations.

This has Anne written all over it. The comment just reads in the exact way she speaks. Which, if made up, was done by someone familiar with Anneís quipppy one and two liners.

Fuuny, cause Anne is my least favorite member of the RF followed closely by her father.
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« Reply #501 on: May 10, 2019, 10:15:39 PM »

From Blind Gossip:

https://blindgossip.com/a...hie-lannister/#more-98516


"With the arrival of little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor comes a lot of commentary from the public about the first name that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose for their son.

However, the public are not the only ones with an opinion!

A member of the royal family quietly made a snarky remark about the non-traditional name.

[They] said, ďItís not exactly a proper name, is it? More of a nicknameÖ or a name youíd give a baby born in Flea Bottom!Ē

The comment is especially amusing as it gave away the royal as being a Game of Thrones fan! You see, Flea Bottom is a poor neighborhood near Kingís Landing, the residence of the Lannister family.

Who knew that real royals liked to watch fictional royal families duke it out on TV?

At least Archieís last name isnít Lannister!"


I say it is Andrew.  If it were Phillip, it would have been something much more crude. 
I'm very suspicious about this gossip. I cannot imagine Philip watching GoT and I believe Andrew doesn't even care about Harry's family, maybe he cares only if he sees that the new baby will have more privileges than the York girls. If this is true, Anne could be the one, but again I'm not sure if it's true, it's not a general opinion but something very specific and I don't know how this could become known to someone outside the close circle of the family, assuming that most of them are very carefull who's listening when having such private conversations.

This has Anne written all over it. The comment just reads in the exact way she speaks. Which, if made up, was done by someone familiar with Anneís quipppy one and two liners.

Normally, BG will drop hints in the blind as to who the person is.  In this case the "duke it out" in the second to last line led me to think of Andrew & Phil.  However, you're right, could definitely be Anne.
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« Reply #502 on: May 11, 2019, 12:59:35 AM »

The Queen, William and Kate have all been known to watch GoT, too. I could see Will saying it.

Honestly, itís not a great name. I think itís horrible to give a child a nickname as a legal name. A name that will be cute on a 3-year-old- but at 43, 63, etc, not so much. Not doing them any favors, especially for females. All IMO, of course- I know there will be people who disagree, which is also fine.
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« Reply #503 on: May 11, 2019, 01:06:11 AM »

The Queen, William and Kate have all been known to watch GoT, too. I could see Will saying it.

Honestly, itís not a great name. I think itís horrible to give a child a nickname as a legal name. A name that will be cute on a 3-year-old- but at 43, 63, etc, not so much. Not doing them any favors, especially for females. All IMO, of course- I know there will be people who disagree, which is also fine.

ITA

Personally I favor traditional names from which nicknames can be used.  Like Victoria...Tori for a young girl, Victoria for a professional woman, and Vicky for an older woman.  I know were talking boys names here but Victoria just jumped into my mind as my example...probably because I know a Tori (16), a Victoria (30), and a Vicky (75).
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« Reply #504 on: May 11, 2019, 02:26:39 AM »

From Blind Gossip:

https://blindgossip.com/a...hie-lannister/#more-98516


"With the arrival of little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor comes a lot of commentary from the public about the first name that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose for their son.

However, the public are not the only ones with an opinion!

A member of the royal family quietly made a snarky remark about the non-traditional name.

[They] said, ďItís not exactly a proper name, is it? More of a nicknameÖ or a name youíd give a baby born in Flea Bottom!Ē

The comment is especially amusing as it gave away the royal as being a Game of Thrones fan! You see, Flea Bottom is a poor neighborhood near Kingís Landing, the residence of the Lannister family.

Who knew that real royals liked to watch fictional royal families duke it out on TV?

At least Archieís last name isnít Lannister!"


I say it is Andrew.  If it were Phillip, it would have been something much more crude.  
I'm very suspicious about this gossip. I cannot imagine Philip watching GoT and I believe Andrew doesn't even care about Harry's family, maybe he cares only if he sees that the new baby will have more privileges than the York girls. If this is true, Anne could be the one, but again I'm not sure if it's true, it's not a general opinion but something very specific and I don't know how this could become known to someone outside the close circle of the family, assuming that most of them are very carefull who's listening when having such private conversations.

This has Anne written all over it. The comment just reads in the exact way she speaks. Which, if made up, was done by someone familiar with Anneís quipppy one and two liners.

It most certainly does sound like Anne. Andrew would probably just silently pout in a corner and Edward (Sophie really  ) would pretend to show interest.

I remember when George or Charlotte, i can't remember, was born a reporter asked Anne about it and she basically said, "why the **** should I care it doesn't have anything to do with me."  Remember the whole blood princess, bowing, order of presence in private thing was due to Anne throwing a hissy fit about having to go behind Camilla when not in public (or something like that). The Queen changed protocol just because of Anne's hissy fit. She's a very selfish self centered snob.

There is no unity in this family whatsoever and that's really dangerous for an institution that needs it more then anything.
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« Reply #505 on: May 11, 2019, 02:32:07 AM »

From Blind Gossip:

https://blindgossip.com/a...hie-lannister/#more-98516


"With the arrival of little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor comes a lot of commentary from the public about the first name that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose for their son.

However, the public are not the only ones with an opinion!

A member of the royal family quietly made a snarky remark about the non-traditional name.

[They] said, ďItís not exactly a proper name, is it? More of a nicknameÖ or a name youíd give a baby born in Flea Bottom!Ē

The comment is especially amusing as it gave away the royal as being a Game of Thrones fan! You see, Flea Bottom is a poor neighborhood near Kingís Landing, the residence of the Lannister family.

Who knew that real royals liked to watch fictional royal families duke it out on TV?

At least Archieís last name isnít Lannister!"


I say it is Andrew.  If it were Phillip, it would have been something much more crude.  
I'm very suspicious about this gossip. I cannot imagine Philip watching GoT and I believe Andrew doesn't even care about Harry's family, maybe he cares only if he sees that the new baby will have more privileges than the York girls. If this is true, Anne could be the one, but again I'm not sure if it's true, it's not a general opinion but something very specific and I don't know how this could become known to someone outside the close circle of the family, assuming that most of them are very carefull who's listening when having such private conversations.

This has Anne written all over it. The comment just reads in the exact way she speaks. Which, if made up, was done by someone familiar with Anneís quipppy one and two liners.

It most certainly does sound like Anne. Andrew would probably just silently pout in a corner and Edward (Sophie really  ) would pretend to show interest.

I remember when George or Charlotte, i can't remember, was born a reporter asked Anne about it and she basically said, "why the **** should I care it doesn't have anything to do with me."  Remember the whole blood princess, bowing, order of presence in private thing was due to Anne throwing a hissy fit about having to go behind Camilla when not in public (or something like that). The Queen changed protocol just because of Anne's hissy fit. She's a very selfish self centered snob.

There is no unity in this family whatsoever and that's really dangerous for an institution that needs it more then anything.

Amen.  They must think of the Firm as a whole not each individual person/line.
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« Reply #506 on: May 11, 2019, 02:45:44 AM »

I'm wondering if the name was a spite thing, as in you won't give my child the title I want so I'll give an awful, very nonroyal name....but who knows? Maybe she did name him after her cat  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #507 on: May 11, 2019, 02:47:25 AM »

My bet is on the Queen.  To her, Archie probably sounds like a Corgi name ...  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #508 on: May 11, 2019, 02:49:25 AM »

My bet is on the Queen.  To her, Archie probably sounds like a Corgi name ...  Roll Eyes

I agree, it does sound like a corgi name! Thumb up Star
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« Reply #509 on: May 11, 2019, 02:49:59 AM »

My bet is on the Queen.  To her, Archie probably sounds like a Corgi name ...  Roll Eyes

I agree, it does sound like a corgi name! Thumb up Star

It does!! Cute name for a corgi  Grin
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