< Upheaval: Advice fit for a king

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Advice fit for a king

Dear Sir Prince,

Dude, next time just start a blog to let us know what you really think!

Don't people know that it is not okay to put your private thoughts on paper anymore? And also, if you do, and you are someone who people pay any attention to, don't give 'em to a journalist. You know, because the nation of CHINA is huge compared to you, man.

Your consultation invoice is in the mail.

Thanks,

Amanda Sue

11 Comments:

Blogger Michelle said...

Holy cow! That is the one reason that I stopped writing in a journal and starting blogging instead, because if I'm going to put thoughts into words, then I would rather just put them into words for the whole world to read now, instead of waiting until I am dead and gone for someone else to dig them up and find them to share with other people. And I'm not even a person of royalty!

9:42 PM  
Blogger Jennboree said...

I'm always shocked that the people who shouldn't keep journals...do.

Let's hope his sons keep their thoughts a little more private, learning from their parents' mistakes.

7:48 AM  
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Who writes on paper anymore? Crazy!
:-)

10:11 AM  
Blogger Amanda said...

Seriously. At least blogs can have passwords. :)

11:04 AM  
Blogger Princess21 said...

What is paper??

Hey Amanda sue...You were in my dream last night!

You had thrown me a baby shower, but I was not pg...weird!!, and you were the only one to give me a gift....2 pairs of baby socks and a braclett, that later turned into a cup lid. Strange!! Everyone else gave me a card.

Also, you were sitting on the floor under a christmas tree (??)vacuuming up green beans off of the floor!!

I have no clue what brought all of that on!!!

Your hair was super cute in it though!!!
And we both know that is all that matters!!!! :)

12:31 PM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

Prince Charles has no common sense at all. None. That whole family is inbred so much, their IQs are well-below average.

6:52 PM  
Blogger Amanda Sue said...

lol vanessa! so true!

7:44 PM  
Blogger Amanda Sue said...

pj - duh! i KNOW i was in your dream. i was THERE!!!

i threw you a baby shower b/c i know you are gonna have a baby soon! and i got you socks cause your baby will have some feet! and i was sitting under a Christmas tree cause, hey, i like Christmas! and i was vacuuming green beans because i am addicted to vacuuming, and your wee-little-dog put green beans on the floor!

and YOUR hair was super cute too! yay!!!

(to everyone else: the use of exclamation marks is totally cute and little when you are replying to jemmers!!!)

8:46 PM  
Blogger koyama said...

Oh man. My skin crawled at the thought of my journals from past years getting published in the newspaper. THat was pretty dumb of the prince. Silly prince.

6:15 PM  
Blogger jes said...

Ha. Ha. ha!

This brings back very, very bad memories for me, of my freshman year in high school, and a certain person who stole my diary, brought it to school, AND MADE PHOTOCOPIES TO PASS AROUND TO THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY.

Incidentally, he also stole my black bra and intended to use it as proof of *some* activity.

Scarred.

6:29 PM  
Blogger Katrina said...

["It cannot be legitimate for the prince to claim the right to engage in political controversy and at the same time deny the public the right to know that he is doing so," Associated Newspapers said.]

Are they for real? I don't think keeping a private diary with the expectation that no one else would read it qualifies as "engaging in political controversy". Does it? I may be alone in feeling sorry for the prince here, although in all fairness, part of my bias stems from the chuckle I got from the phrase "appalling old waxworks".

11:48 AM  

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