Wednesday, May 22, 2013 9:52:51 PM
lol... turd, you crack me up...
You yell "I didn't miss the point" at the very time you`re missing the point! At least one of your "4 times" was blatantly sarcastic, but no... you`re not putting anyone down, no. Then you say it`s "ironic" because of the "deception and lying" when there was no deception or lying going on. And I`M the dummy? lol The bottom line, turd, it seems like all you ever do here is piss on everything with any semblance of goodness about it.
Incidentally, I don`t think I`ll ever be able to recover from your "big stupid dummy" remark. Words hurt, you know!!
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 6:09:22 PM
chalket - Shut up dummy. I didn't complain, but I guess you only read the parts you want to bitch about and forget the rest. I said 4 times that it was a nice thing to do. Wasn`t bitching. Wasn`t putting anyone down...except for you...because you are a big stupid dummy who is looking for any little thing to bitch about.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 5:06:06 PM
@turdburglar wow, you really do always look for any little thing to bitch about, don't you?
It doesn`t appear that anyone set out "to deceive and lie" to the boy, they were just trying to give him the next best thing, so-to-speak. Did you not read that "She paid for them to see her West End show in which she plays the Queen and then invited Oliver and mother Catherine Browne backstage" bit? Or do you really think the Queen performs nightly? The parents were "so delighted that their son actually thought the actress was the real Queen"... who are you to complain?
The boy believing she was the real Queen is more due to his condition(s) than to any deceit.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 4:15:45 PM
I didn't miss the point. It was a nice thing to do. It is a little tiny bit ironic in the respect that deception and lying (normally bad things) were for a good cause. It was a nice thing to do.