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« Reply #1275 on: July 29, 2019, 09:07:49 PM »

Gosh FC, don't you realize you can shine a light on the darkness and pivot away from your frustration with nighttime?!  Laugh bounce
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« Reply #1276 on: July 29, 2019, 09:08:31 PM »

WTF is this tripe? No, seriously, WTF is this tripe?

Cut the ribbon, dear.
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« Reply #1277 on: July 29, 2019, 09:20:21 PM »

It's a world of darkness and frustration because not everyone worships Meghan.

"Seemingly daily darkness" or, as I call it, the nighttime.



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« Reply #1278 on: July 29, 2019, 09:22:21 PM »

It's a world of darkness and frustration because not everyone worships Meghan.

"Seemingly daily darkness" or, as I call it, the nighttime.





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« Reply #1279 on: July 29, 2019, 09:29:31 PM »

Mint tea! Thats grounds for divorce! Nothing good comes from drinking mint tea No
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« Reply #1280 on: July 29, 2019, 09:41:00 PM »

Mint tea! Thats grounds for divorce! Nothing good comes from drinking mint tea No


Ha! Just ask the Queen!
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« Reply #1281 on: July 29, 2019, 10:00:50 PM »

Sooner or later someone is going to start up a parody Twitter account a la Pippa Tips.....
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« Reply #1282 on: July 29, 2019, 10:11:42 PM »

I don't think the marriage is going to last.

I agree, and that makes me sad.  I always liked Harry, for all his faults and poor choices, I liked him and wanted him to be happy, and I believed he'd eventually grow up.  I know a lot of you saw through Meghan from the start, but I truly believed that she loved him and would "use her powers for good".  I thought it was great that she was used to public speaking, to being photographed, to working with many different people.  She wouldn't be hiding from the cameras; she'd be an asset for him in promoting his work and charities. 

I was never a full-on sugar, but yes, I liked them and was happy for them. 

Well, many things have caused me to take off the rose-colored glasses with Archie's baptism and this stupid Vogue cover being the final straws.  Unless many drastic changes are made, I'm finished with them.  What a waste.  They could be doing so much good.   No
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« Reply #1283 on: July 29, 2019, 10:20:58 PM »

I can't stand Jane Fonda, sorry if that offends anyone.
Doesn't offend me at all.  I can't stand that evil witch either.  And Megan admires her?!  Poor Harry.
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« Reply #1284 on: July 29, 2019, 10:28:43 PM »


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"Shining a light in a world of darkness." My God, does anyone seriously talk or write like that? Sounds like the New Testament.. Would someone please this lady to put a sock in it.

That is better than the New Testament, that's the First Book of the New Prophet Imelda, founder of the "Holy Church of Virtue-Signaling, Game Changing Marie Antoinettes 4.0".

Just that the stan peasants don't even get cake, but are forced to buy VOGUE first (modern form of indulgence fee - "buy one and feel relieved by inspiration"), just to find out that they can't afford the frocks in there and then are re-directed to Meghans Mirror to buy similar-looking "copies" (x% of each purchase gets donated to the new Sussex Foundation).

And please make sure that you shine that light with Jo Malone home candles (GBP 49/piece, use the link on Meghans Mirror, too), because the more expensive the light, the quicker the darkness lifts ...
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« Reply #1285 on: July 29, 2019, 10:42:30 PM »

Showing my ignorance here, but doesn't someone who is a "guest editor" know something about editing/publishing?
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« Reply #1286 on: July 29, 2019, 10:48:30 PM »

I will admit, I quickly scanned down the cover to see if Amal Clooney was listed..

What is the average age of the British Vogue reader? I mean, Jane Fonda? Most people under the age of 50 (sorry ladies!) will know of her from her workout videos, or some of her movies. And anyone over that age is either not buying this magazine or loathes her to this day for that stunt she pulled in Vietnam. Most under 30 will have never heard of her. Is she the token older woman in this tableau?

Quite a few are from money/family connections -yes, even Greta T (her mother is a Swedish celebrity of a fashion and it was her parents and her upbringing against flying emissions, its not like she woke up one day and had flygskram).

What I would have preferred to read about is stories of women thinking global but acting local, with their energy and the resources at their disposal, to make a change. Even better would have been something like an older, perhaps more known woman who did something similar acting as a mentor for a younger woman and their experience working together on a project. Sure some of these women are inspiring, but its somewhat superficial - if I don't have a supermodel past, a rich French husband, a strong social media presence, does that mean I can't do anything? Sorry, remembered I am commenting on a fashion magazine article.

Finally, I agree, this feels like an American Vogue cover, but i have no idea how commissioning works between the two, and I imagine there was some sort of propriety taken into account here to ensure a UK princess was on the UK cover.

This was an opportunity for Megz to expand her networking connections. That's all.

Good Post!

I would think that VOGUE, which is mainly a catalogue of luxury brand ads sprinkled with fashion "articles" showing frocks 95% of all women cannot wear (because of either: own figure, own wallet content or lack of venue to parade in such ridiculous fashion or alltogether) is the absolutely wrong publication to raise awareness for whatever charitable cause.

Then, I am of the opinion that the 15 women chosen are far from being role models - because the average Jane Doe cannot identify with their life.

What I would have done is the following:
chose 15 women who do work (for a living or voluntarily) for one of the charities Sussex and or the BRF are supporting.

That would have been 15 Jane Does - as normal as they are, aged between 20 and 65, married, student, single, mother, grandmother, chubby or slender, beautiful or ugly, UK-born or immigrant - just normal, average people.
I would have portrayed their work, their aspirations, their dreams, their hopes and their aims - and their contibution to the big picture, their reasons why they have decided to work there.

THAT is what people can identify with. THAT is what makes, imho, people say: "Oh look! I could imagine to do this as well".
Because we all do not work on the big scale, we don't have a millionaire husband who might pass over some grands.
We work on the small scale.
But as there are like millions of women working on the small scale world-wide, those millions have more impact that a Sussex IG post can ever have. Without these millions of women working at charitable organisations (either paid or voluntarily), these organisations would be nothing.
And THEY never get a platform like VOGUE or even a thank you.

But for sure, these women don't hang around in Gucci, and God forbid that Vogue shows someone wearing H&M or Boden or Pimkie ...


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« Reply #1287 on: July 29, 2019, 10:49:40 PM »


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"Shining a light in a world of darkness." My God, does anyone seriously talk or write like that? Sounds like the New Testament.. Would someone please this lady to put a sock in it.

That is better than the New Testament, that's the First Book of the New Prophet Imelda, founder of the "Holy Church of Virtue-Signaling, Game Changing Marie Antoinettes 4.0".

Just that the stan peasants don't even get cake, but are forced to buy VOGUE first (modern form of indulgence fee - "buy one and feel relieved by inspiration"), just to find out that they can't afford the frocks in there and then are re-directed to Meghans Mirror to buy similar-looking "copies" (x% of each purchase gets donated to the new Sussex Foundation).

And please make sure that you shine that light with Jo Malone home candles (GBP 49/piece, use the link on Meghans Mirror, too), because the more expensive the light, the quicker the darkness lifts ...


Kaiserin, thanks to you, I'm getting it now.  About Archie being the Second Coming! Birth was very secretive, no room at the inn?, Harry standing in front of a stable giving the peasants the blessed news. So that makes her " holy mother of God ".  O God, give me strength!   Halo
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« Reply #1288 on: July 29, 2019, 11:06:26 PM »


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"Shining a light in a world of darkness." My God, does anyone seriously talk or write like that? Sounds like the New Testament.. Would someone please this lady to put a sock in it.

That is better than the New Testament, that's the First Book of the New Prophet Imelda, founder of the "Holy Church of Virtue-Signaling, Game Changing Marie Antoinettes 4.0".

Just that the stan peasants don't even get cake, but are forced to buy VOGUE first (modern form of indulgence fee - "buy one and feel relieved by inspiration"), just to find out that they can't afford the frocks in there and then are re-directed to Meghans Mirror to buy similar-looking "copies" (x% of each purchase gets donated to the new Sussex Foundation).

And please make sure that you shine that light with Jo Malone home candles (GBP 49/piece, use the link on Meghans Mirror, too), because the more expensive the light, the quicker the darkness lifts ...

Umm, yes, that is New Testament. Several places. Couple of times in the Book of John, and again from Paul in at least one of the Epistles. Seriously . . . . really seriously, I've listened to (or read) thousands of sermons - no preacher I've heard or read, even the ones just starting out, has ever been that trite.
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« Reply #1289 on: July 29, 2019, 11:10:12 PM »


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"Shining a light in a world of darkness." My God, does anyone seriously talk or write like that? Sounds like the New Testament.. Would someone please this lady to put a sock in it.

That is better than the New Testament, that's the First Book of the New Prophet Imelda, founder of the "Holy Church of Virtue-Signaling, Game Changing Marie Antoinettes 4.0".

Just that the stan peasants don't even get cake, but are forced to buy VOGUE first (modern form of indulgence fee - "buy one and feel relieved by inspiration"), just to find out that they can't afford the frocks in there and then are re-directed to Meghans Mirror to buy similar-looking "copies" (x% of each purchase gets donated to the new Sussex Foundation).

And please make sure that you shine that light with Jo Malone home candles (GBP 49/piece, use the link on Meghans Mirror, too), because the more expensive the light, the quicker the darkness lifts ...

Umm, yes, that is New Testament. Several places. Couple of times in the Book of John, and again from Paul in at least one of the Epistles. Seriously . . . . really seriously, I've listened to (or read) thousands of sermons - no preacher I've heard or read, even the ones just starting out, has ever been that trite.

Next she'll be telling us she is the "voice in the wildernes" like John the Baptist.  Snore
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