Public: Royalty
pretend the royals are fictional   (+4, -1)  [vote for, against]
royalty seems to appear often in fairytales

or more than made up, a fairytale that people make up to entertain /scare their children;but that most of us find out ,when we are older and wiser ,that they dont exist, and laugh at those who really beleive in them.
-- technobadger, Jan 01 2002

The American Revolution [LeBain, Jan 03 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Queen who?
-- phoenix, Jan 02 2002

Sam Walton's dead. I think I'd pass up a chance to be him.

Ohh, I see. *A* Sam Walton. Nevermind.
-- beauxeault, Jan 02 2002

alright Rods; how about animating the news whenever on the subject of royalty?
-- technobadger, Jan 02 2002

Sorta baked, the Queen mum's had that many body parts replaced i'm pretty sure she's all robotic (or a hologram) wheeled out once a year, to boost public morale.
-- [ sctld ], Jan 02 2002

thats funny but actually she has been wheeled out over 50 times this year. Why is a very good question
-- po, Jan 02 2002

Since when does the Scandanavian airline bust people for outing royals?
-- snarfyguy, Jan 03 2002

What I *really* wanted to say is that we Americans baked this idea 200 years ago.
-- phoenix, Jan 03 2002

-- snarfyguy, Jan 03 2002

Royalty is, anyway.
-- neelandan, Jan 03 2002

I think they should drop the queen and her cronies/shennanigans and resurrect the queen mum in animatronic form - she was the only one anyone really liked (not that i did) anyway. We can always pretend. When there's a point.

.oO( What am I talking about? )Oo.
-- NickTheGreat, Jul 03 2002

truth is always stranger than fiction.
-- lostdog, Mar 06 2003

Which, in its elf, is some indication of what Macclesfield must be like.
-- angel, Mar 07 2003

manchester has gone pretty nice nowadays. apart from the rain, of course.
-- sambwiches, Mar 07 2003

random, halfbakery