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  1. Asp Emp says:

    Partial video description “a healthy side of sardonic observations”, alrighty (sitting comfortably for this one)……

    Hahahaha, the introduction is somewhat, shall we say, like an apple for an equine?

    Oh? MM’s blog may be “resurrected”? Oh, yes, she’ll need to, eventually, resort to that for fuel sources, won’t she?

    Fkg hell, HG, I’m reading your facts RE: the tv adaptions of the book then I see “nothing to do with porn you degenerates”, hahahahaha.

    Yeah, Blue Peter, whenever I think of that, I always recall Barbara Woodhouse’s loud “Sit!” to a dog – it sat down so quick! (LOL). And the nursery rhyme of two birds, Peter and Paul…..sorry, HG, I’m going off subject here (thank you xx).

    Laughing…..”Harry’s wife really struggles on the fashion front at times”…..tomatoes……

    Hahahahaha, the shadow (09:40 minutes)….hilarious…..(now, that, surely, must be a ‘doctored’ photo, it is brilliantly done).

    # 4 of the Negril Necessities, a blindfold and a mouth ‘strap’……. Is my thinking because that is what I see (LOL)……

    From minute 10:19 to 11:16 was absolutely hilarious, I could not stop laughing….

    HG, this was really funny and enjoyable for me to read, thank you so much for that. xxx

    1. Violetta says:

      Asp Emp:

      Hey, at least we’ve found the moment somebody decided she should have fedoras as her signature piece. No apparent reason: just pick a trademark.
      It’s not like my friend’s Dad who fanatically collected anything with pheasants on it or the rockabilly girl who has saddle shoes in every color they were ever produced; usually, their obsession started early. It’s like someone told 30-somethimg MM, “Hey, let’s build a personality for you!” She was still doing it at Wimbledon, when her handlers gave her stage directions to act like she was having a good time.
      Her description of shopping vintage is just bizarre.

      Every 20-something struggling actress I knew in NYC had learned long ago to hit the thrift shops, not only to costume shows with no wardrobe budget (prom gowns and bridesmaids’ dresses for Moliere, prairie skirts for Our Town, etc.), but also to get suits for the temp jobs. If the temp job was at Conde Nast, they could spot a $300 suit with a $12 or $15 price tag across the room. They’d seen the ads in layout.

      “Vintage” usually means it costs more than Salvation Army. It might be worth it if you’re attending a premiere or dressing a feature film, but you can find some real gems in thrift, if you’re willing to look. I found a ’50s prom gown with a beautiful ruffled off-white skirt. It had been marked down to $15, because there was a big coffee stain on the satin bodice. Turned it into a skirt, instant Gone With the Wind first reel dress with a ruffled off-white shirt from another shop plus a red velvet sash.

      I think she knows as much about historical fashion as she does about crop rotation.

      1. Asp Emp says:

        Violetta, thank you for your comment. Yes, you can get timeless / classic clothing from thrift shops, nothing wrong with that. There seems to be an increasing trend on vintage clothing shops. I agree RE; your last sentence. 🙂

  2. Violetta says:

    Tudorites, if you haven’t listened to HG sporking “Funding Freedom” on yt, head over now! I’d been putting it off reading the copy I downloaded during a free window;
    what little I saw was more painful reading than any student paper, and I figured the book-length puff-piece was old news anyway. HG’s recording of the Prologue (as much as I could take in one sitting), is not only informative, as always, but it’s a great way to ameliorate those Winter blues.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you Violetta.

  3. Asp Emp says:

    I found this video enlightening and reading what you say about Harry’s position in regard to the Royal Family, what other people (outsiders) are viewing from their perception to his behaviours. It is a true sad state of affairs when people do not realise the affects of narcissistic ensnarement and abuse that results in his ‘reactions’.

    People who do not know the behaviours of those with narcissism, nor of those who are victims of narcissistic abuse may be seeing ‘similarities’ in behaviours from both Harry and his wife. Yet, not recognising the slight differences (“reasons” and ‘nuances’) of the ‘mirroring’ of “behaviours” in ‘effect’.

    Thank you for doing this video, HG. It is much appreciated.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome.

      1. Asp Emp says:

        Thank you, HG.

    2. Bubbles says:

      Dearest Mr Tudor and Asp Emp,
      Good comment AE
      I’ve noticed this with our son and his partner, he’s become similar to the narc …..the narc can do no wrong (our son has wasted over 10 years on this lesser loser and has lowered his standards in more ways than one) …..defends him all the time and has taken on his political and social injustice views. His dress, hair style has changed. Forever keeping the narc financially in the manner to which he’s become accustomed. Our son was never like this, always just keeping his head above water (we stopped bailing him out ages ago)

      It’s extremely hard as his mother, knowing what I know, just to be the bystander and having to keep my mouth zipped, but I must. Our son ended up in emergency Christmas night because of something the narc ‘created’, he had 8 stitches and now our son has scars on his face. Our son didn’t inform us until well after he was released from hospital and used his new dog as the excuse
      The narc made sure to pass on a personally insulting sarcastic Xmas gift, just for me (went straight in the bin) Christmas, birthdays, special occasions are not the same any more nor are the gifts …. if we’re lucky enough to get one that is
      We don’t know what to believe anymore ! All we know is this toxic relationship won’t go away. We will never be the family we once were. Everyone we know can see it, the ‘victim’ narc’s side are all biased.

      For some, it can take an indeterminable period of time for that light bulb moment, other options being …..denial, insecurities, failure and humiliation, just to name a few
      Unfortunately, there’s always a “what next” ?

      Thank you for this audio Mr Tudor …….soooo true (plus your You Tubes) …..you’re going gangbusters !
      Luv Bubbles xx 😘

      1. Asp Emp says:

        Bubbles, thank you for your response. What you have shared in relation to your son’s ‘changing’ because of the ensnarement he is in. OMG, and your son not informing you RE: hospital, using the dog as an ‘excuse’ is a classic example of narcissistic mind ‘entrapment’. I really feel for you on this one and I can truly understand you and your husband’s position. You both can see it very clearly. I can just imagine the pain, the worry (RE: what next) and your other emotions you go through to observe all this, as bystanders. Your care and understanding is very evident and very commendable. I am sorry that I can only be here on this blog for you. Thank you for sharing this, Bubbles. Hugs to you x

        1. Bubbles says:

          Dearest Asp Emp,
          Huge hugs for your kind words lovely one …. means a lot 🥰
          We were so relieved he didn’t lose an eye or have a broken nose. I guess he was too scared to tell us til well after ( with Covid you’re lucky to visit in hospital and you’re only allowed one person, they’re very strict ). It was quite a shock when I asked him to send me a pic of his face
          Sadly, it is what it is. The irony of it all, is that our son continues asking us if we’d allow the narc back into the family fold ……not on your Nelly !!
          The other siblings don’t like talking about the narc at all
          It’s funny how our eldest son has been talking for a long time about getting a dog and all of a sudden our youngest gets a dog and the narc gets a kitten 😱
          It never ceases to amaze me how those struggling with finance get pets, vet fees are exorbitant, plus pet food etc
          Sometimes we just don’t recognise our son anymore ….it’s very sad AE, very sad 😔
          Thank you dear AE 💕
          Luv Bubbles xx 😘

          1. Asp Emp says:

            Bubbles, thank you for your response. Do you know, I thought about the fact he did not tell you (RE: hospital), I wonder if it is one of those ‘the fogs clears’ moments that a victim has?

            Can I ask you, when he asks if that ‘thing’ can be allowed back into the family fold (I’m like, what?! – I agree with you) – do you give answers as to why, or does he tend to ‘switch off’ and not engage in conversation?

            A cat AND a dog?! Interesting that the narc gets a cat, I am sure he knows that it is not necessarily a good mix to have both those animals together in one home – ok, sometimes both those animals do learn to co-habit. Not always.

            Again, Bubbles, I am really sorry that you & your husband are going through this. Much love to you both x

  4. lickemtomorrow says:

    Excellent commentary.

    I can’t understand why Spotify isn’t suing the Harkle’s for breach of contract, and instead propping them up with a production team in the circumstances. Next to Joe Rogan, they’ve nothing to offer in that sense. Apart from the fact they are masters of misinformation themselves. “Grifters” – Tucker is right. “Hypocrites” – clearer by the day, I say.

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