I would, but have decided to watch the grass grow in my backyard instead.
I would rather be eating slugs. . .
However, if some talented wedding crashers and disturbers tactfully destroy the peace, I'll be watching it with glee!
Not planning on it, but with all the media coverage I'm sure I will see some of it.
I would rather watch an old re-run of the worst TV show,
I am so tired of the commericalized, crap on Television.
So much important issues in the world to deal with and you cannot turn on your television without all that....
Not a chance....sorry!
Not very interested with celebrities.
Pray for peace but in case things go wrong, will like to see how things are maneuvered.
I will want to see various technologies being displayed as used to be in various action movies
Nope! Planning on watching 'All in the Family' and 'Sanford and Son' reruns. By watching these shows, I can get originality, entertainment, laughter and a message all wrapped up together.
Yes, we plan to watch the Royal Wedding. We've got the day as a Bank Holiday and it is a historic occasion.
Having said that, it is becoming an event that we can't turn away from; what I mean is that there is too much publicity regarding the occasion, it can get on ones nerves.
No. I would rather watch the grass grow in Writer David's backyard or watch 'All in the Family' or 'Sanford and Son' reruns with Dexter Yarbrough!
No absolutely NOT. The whole idea of it is disturbing to me. Why do we tolerate"royalty" in this day and age anyway? They'll be parading around deciding what castle to stay at while there are people going hungry.
Rise up Englishmen(and women) take back your country
I would rather give myself paper cuts between my fingers and pour lemon juice on them. I would rather remove my fingernails with a sledgehammer. I would rather play hacky sack with a hand grenade (ok that might be going too far).....but you get the drift.
Not a chance.
I think the amount of coverage this wedding is getting is ridiculous. There are so many more important things in the world to worry about. Who really gives a damn what dress the princess to be is wearing when Japan is still in crisis, the middle east is still in a state of unrest and all over the world things that people SHOULD care about are being silently swept under the rug to make room for the royals and their oh so important wedding?
They will be married whether it has a budget bigger than the amount of money that most of us will make in a life time or not.
The whole thing is a ridiculous waste of resources and honestly, I just don't give a damn about it anyway. Their getting married. It's not that interesting.
*** End angry rant ***
Absolutely, it will be one of the cornerstone events that will characterize the turn of the new century. Years from now, people will remember where they were when the marriage occurred, and anyone with the most minute sense of humanity will be glued to their TV for the duration of this most auspicious and one hopes, moving event. (Yeah right - I'd rather watch my own appendix being taken out by a pack of baboons using wooden forks).
I guess it depends on what part of the world you are in. If you are in the UK, it is probably a big deal. If you are in Australia, probably not so much.
Yes,I want to plan for watching the Royal wedding in my Life..
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by Joy56 7 years ago
I watched every minute of it, and loved it.... Some rights were wronged from previous mistakes, and it was indeed a fairytale day..... Two kisses aw i really enjoyed it, it was a true Handsome Prince, and beautiful Princess..... Great day for everybody involved....
by hannah08 7 years ago
I know that some are not interested about the upcoming Royal wedding and some are just being discreet not wanting to show what seems to be everyone's interest lately but silently updating themselves to the topic.From different part of the globe people are talking about this Royal wedding and I want...
by C.J. Wright 7 years ago
Interesting. The official word is that since William is not an heir to the throne, the wedding is not a state event. Therefore invitations to heads of state are NOT required. However Obama has made some odd comments and gestures towards the UK and the Palace during his presidency. Your...
by friends647 7 years ago
The Royal Wedding..DId you watch it?I am sure most of you must have watched the Royal wedding.So what was your first reaction on seeing Kate's wedding gown? was it a wow factor or just a o.k knd of thing??
by rafken 7 years ago
Should the British tax payer pay for the upcoming Royal Wedding?Prince William and Kate Middleton will get married next year. Should the tax payer, pay for all of it, some of it or none of it?
by And Drewson 7 years ago
Maybe it's because I'm from the US, but I just don't see the importance of royal weddings.Do you care about the royal wedding that is coming up?
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