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  • How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.
  • Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.


    They're giving her fresh infusions of infant blood per the royal custom. It's considered best to drain a newborn within minutes, and no way are the royals going to allow some filthy commoner into the palace to give birth, so they go to where the babies are.
  • Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperem esis_gravidarum
  • Kate is not a princess of her own accord -- she's a Duchess.

    However, it would be proper to call her "Princess William" as the spouse of Prince William.
  • MacEnvy: Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypereme sis_gravidarum


    Fair enough, but, what do you think the odds that she actually has that are?
  • Mangoose: MacEnvy: Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypereme sis_gravidarum

    Fair enough, but, what do you think the odds that she actually has that are?


    Pretty good.
  • MacEnvy: Mangoose: MacEnvy: Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypereme sis_gravidarum

    Fair enough, but, what do you think the odds that she actually has that are?

    Pretty good.


    Welp, There is no further assumption I can make here. Lock her up when they finish if you would.
  • Interesting fact: When we aren't trolling our own heads of state we go after the poms.
  • Hey, it's not like they violated HIPAA or anything.
  • Galileo's Daughter: Hey, it's not like they violated HIPAA or anything.


    Nope you are right, HIPAA is USA.
  • Great. Seven months of newsflashes regarding every puke, BM, stretch-mark & crying jag from this anorexic princess!
  • It doesn't sound to me like they fell for it. It sounds like they were just playing along.
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    The cost of maintaining a royal lifestyle for a select group who happen to belong to the ''Lucky Sperm Club'' is no longer acceptable to many who live in the United Kingdom. (new window)
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    What if she has conjoined twins which one gets to be king/queen?
  • How do you say "baba booey" in Australian?
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    The cost of maintaining a royal lifestyle for a select group who happen to belong to the ''Lucky Sperm Club'' is no longer acceptable to many who live in the United Kingdom. (new window)


    the true cost of the royal family
  • Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.


    BAD. My oldest sis was on an IV for her second kid because of it, and the next oldest was ordered onto complete bedrest at 3 months because of how it hit her (both medical professionals BTW, so it drove them crazy because they knew it normally wasn;t like that)

    Oddly both stopped thier respective family creation after two kids each.
  • Did they at least ask if they had Prince Albert in a can?
  • As an American, I honestly couldn't give a shiat less about any royal family unless they are giving up their 'birthright' and getting actual jobs to work for their livings like the rest of us. How did they not get ousted with the rest of their inbred cousins on the continent again?
  • Source4leko: As an American, I honestly couldn't give a shiat less about any royal family unless they are giving up their 'birthright' and getting actual jobs to work for their livings like the rest of us. How did they not get ousted with the rest of their inbred cousins on the continent again?


    William is an air-sea rescue pilot. What do you do?
  • TheHoodedClaw: Source4leko: As an American, I honestly couldn't give a shiat less about any royal family unless they are giving up their 'birthright' and getting actual jobs to work for their livings like the rest of us. How did they not get ousted with the rest of their inbred cousins on the continent again?

    William is an air-sea rescue pilot. What do you do?


    Sure he is... sure. And James Hewitt is Harry's real father.
  • Did I read that an old pope-mobile was up for sale? How about Kate and the bump tour about in that?

    /Best wishes to them all
  • Magorn: Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.

    BAD. My oldest sis was on an IV for her second kid because of it, and the next oldest was ordered onto complete bedrest at 3 months because of how it hit her (both medical professionals BTW, so it drove them crazy because they knew it normally wasn;t like that)

    Oddly both stopped thier respective family creation after two kids each.


    Yeah, I've been learned on this one. My first thought was "ew. what a spoiled little princess" but I have since reversed that to my default of "I'm an idiot that doesn't know"
  • Phoenix_M: Sure he is... sure. And James Hewitt is Harry's real father.


    No, that's not right. You're supposed to say, "And Prince Charles is Harry's real father", implying that you're saying something that isn't true, just like William is a ---you know what, never mind. It's probably out of your reach.
  • TheHoodedClaw: Source4leko: As an American, I honestly couldn't give a shiat less about any royal family unless they are giving up their 'birthright' and getting actual jobs to work for their livings like the rest of us. How did they not get ousted with the rest of their inbred cousins on the continent again?

    William is an air-sea rescue pilot. What do you do?


    Considering the size of the silver spoon in his mouth that he grew up with, I really consider that the least he could possibly do to give back. Anyone else who takes on that job gets my highest respect, as he would if he decided that God didn't make him special by birthright to rule over anyone. fark all royalty, everywhere.
  • I don't give a shiate about royalty but calling someone in the hospital is wrong.

    I also don't care for those morning show pranking bullshiate on the drive to work either.

    It is what made me go to satellite radio/Pandora/MP3 in the car.
  • Source4leko: As an American, I honestly couldn't give a shiat less about any royal family unless they are giving up their 'birthright' and getting actual jobs to work for their livings like the rest of us. How did they not get ousted with the rest of their inbred cousins on the continent again?


    By loading all the over-opinionated blowhard puritan citizenry onto a ship and telling them to GTFO. Kinda damned the whole planet with that action.
  • Source4leko: irthright to rule over anyone.


    Aww, cute little idiot thinks that the constitutional monarch in England rules over people. I'm curious, who did you think David Cameron was? The Queen's boy toy?

    I'm not going to go full length on this again, but there are numerous benefits to separating the roles of Head of State and Head of Government (which is why a lot of countries with no monarch have both a President (HoS) and prime Minister (HoG)). Not to mention that the monarchy brings in a lot of tourist money, and the lands that would otherwise belong to Elizabeth Windsor, private citizen, are fairly profitable attractions in themselves. They generate a lot more money for the British government than the cost, why wouldn't they keep them around?

    Sane people don't have a problem with Constituional Monarchies. Absolute Monarchies or dictatorships? Yeah, those are problematic. But when you're railing against the Queen of England, you're barking up the wrong tree.
  • Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.


    Extreme morning sickness requires intravenous drips, else risk very rapid dehydration.

    It's not particularly rare, and is often fatal to the foetus if untreated, and can be fatal to the mother.

    It's not "Gee, I feel a bit queasy in the morning", hyperemesis gravidarum is life threatening to mother and especially child.
  • Gimli_Gloin: I also don't care for those morning show pranking bullshiate on the drive to work either.


    I just don't understand how anyone finds those moronic morning radio show people funny. Yet another reason my radio is pretty much permanently tuned to NPR.
  • Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.


    I had a friend who had to carry an IV pump going to a port implanted in her chest to keep hydrated. She was hospitalized several times, and even had some liver damage
  • Source4leko: As an American, I honestly couldn't give a shiat less about any royal family unless they are giving up their 'birthright' and getting actual jobs to work for their livings like the rest of us. How did they not get ousted with the rest of their inbred cousins on the continent again?



    Given we in the UK get news reports that the US president has bought a new dog or pardoned a turkey, you can shut your whore mouth.
  • As for the Royals I couldn't care any less. The coverage is way more than it should be.

    On the other hand its a personal family medical issue. Calling the hospital is just disrespectful no matter who the patient is. Those radio people should be fired and kicked in the junk on the way out the door.
  • cptjeff: Source4leko: irthright to rule over anyone.

    Aww, cute little idiot thinks that the constitutional monarch in England rules over people. I'm curious, who did you think David Cameron was? The Queen's boy toy?

    I'm not going to go full length on this again, but there are numerous benefits to separating the roles of Head of State and Head of Government (which is why a lot of countries with no monarch have both a President (HoS) and prime Minister (HoG)). Not to mention that the monarchy brings in a lot of tourist money, and the lands that would otherwise belong to Elizabeth Windsor, private citizen, are fairly profitable attractions in themselves. They generate a lot more money for the British government than the cost, why wouldn't they keep them around?

    Sane people don't have a problem with Constituional Monarchies. Absolute Monarchies or dictatorships? Yeah, those are problematic. But when you're railing against the Queen of England, you're barking up the wrong tree.


    Nope. I realize they don't actually rule over people. just that they are the biggest welfare queens in the Western Civilization.
  • farking hell.

    These assholes don't have the balls to do what I did: actually, formally, and legally, renounce fealty to the Queen.

    I actually did that (when I became American).

    If you're that much opposed to the monarchy, emigrate to a republic.
  • Nope. I realize they don't actually rule over people. just that they are the biggest welfare queens in the Western Civilization.


    If you don't like that, take it up with the citizens of Britain, who continue to support this institution, and the Queen's pension, instead of harassing her grandson's wife in hospital.
  • The DJ's both have male names, but one of them is a hot blonde actually!
  • Bungles: Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.

    Extreme morning sickness requires intravenous drips, else risk very rapid dehydration.

    It's not particularly rare, and is often fatal to the foetus if untreated, and can be fatal to the mother.

    It's not "Gee, I feel a bit queasy in the morning", hyperemesis gravidarum is life threatening to mother and especially child.


    So I'm the only person who thinks hypermesis gravidarum sounds like some spell from a Harry potter book?
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    It was even done before then...

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  • ocschwar: If you're that much opposed to the monarchy, emigrate to a republic.


    I thought we were an autonomous collective.
  • cptjeff: Gimli_Gloin: I also don't care for those morning show pranking bullshiate on the drive to work either.

    I just don't understand how anyone finds those moronic morning radio show people funny. Yet another reason my radio is pretty much permanently tuned to NPR.


    Otherwise know as Radio Hanoi. NPR loves to spin stories as much as possible. The only reason I still listen to them is the Saturday night Music shows.
    /Thistle & Shamrock , Bluegrass Breakdown, A Prairie Home Companion, Et Cetera.
  • washington-babylon: cptjeff: Gimli_Gloin: I also don't care for those morning show pranking bullshiate on the drive to work either.

    I just don't understand how anyone finds those moronic morning radio show people funny. Yet another reason my radio is pretty much permanently tuned to NPR.

    Otherwise know as Radio Hanoi. NPR loves to spin stories as much as possible. The only reason I still listen to them is the Saturday night Music shows.
    /Thistle & Shamrock , Bluegrass Breakdown, A Prairie Home Companion, Et Cetera.


    Let me guess- Fox News is too liberal for you?
  • If this happened to my family, I would make every effort that not one dime of the patient's medical costs came at their own expense.

    There is a line that media and attention-mongers should not cross. They made money off of this obvious invasion of privacy.

    /dons flame-retardant suit.
  • cryinoutloud: Phoenix_M: Sure he is... sure. And James Hewitt is Harry's real father.

    No, that's not right. You're supposed to say, "And Prince Charles is Harry's real father", implying that you're saying something that isn't true, just like William is a ---you know what, never mind. It's probably out of your reach.


    Yeah, I left out the word "not"
  • Standards are slipping when the Palace doesn't have a full time minder at the hospital fielding just this sort of thing, instead relying on hospital staff
  • EvilAvatar: If this happened to my family, I would make every effort that not one dime of the patient's medical costs came at their own expense.

    There is a line that media and attention-mongers should not cross. They made money off of this obvious invasion of privacy.

    /dons flame-retardant suit.




    Well fortunately the UK doesn't have such a thing as personal "medical costs".
  • Resident Muslim: Bungles: Mangoose: How bad can morning sickness get? I have never heard of someone staying at a hospital for it. She must be a) one sick mama or b) one frail little biddy.

    Extreme morning sickness requires intravenous drips, else risk very rapid dehydration.

    It's not particularly rare, and is often fatal to the foetus if untreated, and can be fatal to the mother.

    It's not "Gee, I feel a bit queasy in the morning", hyperemesis gravidarum is life threatening to mother and especially child.

    So I'm the only person who thinks hypermesis gravidarum sounds like some spell from a Harry potter book?


    You were until I read that. :) Nice one!
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