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Would you choose to be King of African Country or

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Some of the UK's old council house stock is fit for a king - well built, spacious, green spaces.

Certainly, the King turned down our new build offerings.

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It seems his predecessor was living on food stamps in the US. Clearly poverty for Rwanda's monarchy is a way of life. At least they're not corrupt. 

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"You can't arrest me; I am the King of Rwanda!"

 

"Of course you are sir, now if your Highness would care to accompany me to the local police station."

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Be grateful each day, most of us live better than Royalty.

The next time we pursue £350 compensation for damaged "Moonbeams" shoes after going to a friends birthday party, (the classic first world problem), think of this.

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7 minutes ago, spyguy said:

Newlands Drive is quite nice.

Short walk to the Water park and beach.

Jump up + down and you can see the Penguins at Sealife.

Of course it's nice.

You wouldn't expect Queen Sonja to pick a rough part of Scabby, would you?.

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1 minute ago, happy_renting said:

Of course it's nice.

You wouldn't expect Queen Sonja to pick a rough part of Scabby, would you?.

I did not make the connection with the name!

Just chekcing if Norway has the hot princesses. Nope. They are all a bit sturdy.

 

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So what went wrong - why isn't he being paid a few million by HMG just in case one day he is back in power? I assume he was ousted by some president as we are giving loads of 'aid' to several African monarchies.

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13 hours ago, spyguy said:

Jump up + down and you can see the Penguins at Sealife.

It's true. When I got to the ticket desk, the girl sitting there said "jump up and down".

So I did.

After watching me for a few seconds, she said "OK, I'll let you in, and allow you to see the penguins."

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24 minutes ago, hotairmail said:

thought of this thread when I read the new President of Gambia coming in with Senegalese troops because the last bloke won't step down....was formerly an Argos security guard in north London. Tax credits anyone?

The disturbing thing is does being a security guard in Argos give you the training to become a African leader? Einstein formulated  in Relativity in a patent office. This guy formulated taking over Gambia whilst being aske where the returns desk is?

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Britain is seen as a stepping stone to greater things - we can be proud of that.

Many wealthy families send their children here for an education, for example.

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I notice the Presidential car sent to pick up the Mauritanian president visiting the Gambia this week was a ****** off Rolls Royce.

Most of these African leaders just can't help themselves. 

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30 minutes ago, ccc said:

I notice the Presidential car sent to pick up the Mauritanian president visiting the Gambia this week was a ****** off Rolls Royce.

Most of these African leaders just can't help themselves. 

They certainly help themselves to other people's money.

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