I doubt even Judy Garland would be wild about this Harry.

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I have not, nor do I ever intend to read Prince Harry’s book, Spare. While part of me feels sorry for the guy growing up in a cold as ice household and losing his mother when young…. I have no desire to plumb the depths of the royal family’s secrets and peak behind the curtain of the modern monarchy.

It seems everywhere you turn people are talking about this book and while it’s been easy enough to ignore, one article the other day caught my eye … and when that happens? You know I have to share.

Here are a few of the more… how shall we say…colorful excerpts from the infamous book.

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Did the press write extensively about the Royal penis? Gee. I’m glad I missed that.

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You know what? I did ‘shrooms back in the day and never talked to a toilet. Myself? Yes. But then I’m a better conversationalist than most commodes. Or so I’ve been told.

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Not talking about your frostbitten todger at all would have been preferable.

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Sent him off to graze? How delightful.

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60 thoughts on “I doubt even Judy Garland would be wild about this Harry.”

  1. I too feel bad for Harry, but I’m not about to buy his book. I don’t know much about the British Royals, but what I’ve seen in public over the last 35 yeas or so, I don’t know why Brits insist on having a monarchy? Charles is an idiot, as is his horse faced wife, his brother Andrew is lost and confused scandal ridden. Edward is probably the only one without any blemish that we know of. Princess Anne…..looks like her dad, poor thing. William and Kate should be on the throne if you ask me. Harry and his wife? They’ve done the damage to themselves, but let’s face it the royal family (his dad) didn’t help either.

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      1. Aw, c’mon… you weren’t excited to learn he had a frostbitten penis at his bro’s wedding? Lol.

        Some presedent’s daughter tried to warn him that the book was a mistake and would only make things worse. Too late, I guess.

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      2. “How much bacon is enough?” was a great chapter. She just cooked and ate bacon till she stopped craving. “Enough” was 3.5 lbs but she sent ahead and finished the last .5 lbs (and she’s skinny!).

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      3. Yep! I went to the 1st on in SD. Now occurs at multiple locations. Even with some serious issues, it was worth attending once.. but get the VIP pass. In the 1st hour (VIP only), I had as many samples as the next 3 hours.

        Lines during reg admission were CRAZY. People waiting 1.5hrs for Slaters’ mini burgers when you could see the restaurant ftom the event (so try something unique and try a burger another time!)

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  2. Speaking of Judy Garland
    (and bypassing Harry,
    of whom I’m wary),
    I’d just like to say
    that, by the way,
    I included her today
    In my latest blog post
    And now we can both boast:
    Great minds think alike (almost).

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  3. Well, now I’ve seen more of his book than I ever intended. 🙂
    I understand that he wasn’t treated perfectly and there are issues in the monarchy, but isn’t that in all families? I don’t know. It seems like they wanted to leave the Royal family, but they can only speak about The Royal family.

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    1. I completely understand them wanting to leave the royal family…. it sounds like a horrible way to live. And I understand wanting to set the record straight. Once. But the Oprah interview, then the Netflix special, then the book? Enough. Go live your life.

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  4. I have never been interested in the Royal Family so this book is a No for me. Couldn’t he have made it simpler and said “The rumor that I am Uncircumcised is false. I am Circumcised.”. Heck, give us the year, if you want; but I didn’t need to read the useless details. Ugh

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  5. Well, I bought the book and will read it cover to cover as he intended it to be read. The press here in NH is bad enough never mind those across the pond. I have never been a fan of the Royal Family but hearing Harry’s side of the story is all we will ever get of an inside look at a family with troubles just like many other families. Maybe that is why it is a touchy subject for some.

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    1. The British press is horrible, no doubt. And I understand wanting to tell his side of the story…. I guess I was just surprised by which stories he decided to tell.
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  6. As you know I bought the book and read/skimmed it. You’ve found the worst bits of it I guess because I didn’t read those. Of course I was more interested in family dynamics than his socializing with friends and acquaintances.

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  7. I wonder if he’s put it all out on the table so that there’s no mystery and no reason to bother him anymore. Let’s face it, the monarchy is only there by ripping off the peasants and enclosing the commons. The queen did an admirable job, but it’s time for them to go.

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