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Ok, so I was wrong on the name prediction—Edward did not make the cut. But now I’m addicted to royal predictions, so here are my guesses for years of reign:
Queen Elizabeth will die in 2027 (at age 101 is a pretty conservative guess—I won’t be surprised if she outlives us all)
Charles will be king from 2027 to 2035 (spent his whole live waiting and only got to rule for less than a decades sounds about right)
William will be king from 2035 to 2070 (and will be the baldest king in history)
George will become king in 2070 (and will, fingers crossed, look just like Neville Longbottom like this age progression expert predicted)

Check back in 57 years to see if I got them all correct!

Ok, so I was wrong on the name prediction—Edward did not make the cut. But now I’m addicted to royal predictions, so here are my guesses for years of reign:

Queen Elizabeth will die in 2027 (at age 101 is a pretty conservative guess—I won’t be surprised if she outlives us all)

Charles will be king from 2027 to 2035 (spent his whole live waiting and only got to rule for less than a decades sounds about right)

William will be king from 2035 to 2070 (and will be the baldest king in history)

George will become king in 2070 (and will, fingers crossed, look just like Neville Longbottom like this age progression expert predicted)

Check back in 57 years to see if I got them all correct!

Ignore my extremely ghetto method of crossing out my full name and concentrate on the fact I’M A MOTHERFUCKING SORCERER. Well, assuming Kate doesn’t have a 50 hour labor (I worry about that girl’s narrow hips).

The waiting for the official announcement is killing me right now. I read that when Prince William was born they didn’t release his name until a week later, which OH HELL NO THAT SHIT IS NOT GOING TO FLY I AM NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE ANY MORE SUSPENSE I AM BARELY HANGING ONTO MY SANITY AS IT IS. Besides, just think of the royal tchotchke’s industry, waiting breathlessly to make commemorative mugs and tea towels for the future monarch. Don’t make them hold the presses any longer!

Ignore my extremely ghetto method of crossing out my full name and concentrate on the fact I’M A MOTHERFUCKING SORCERER. Well, assuming Kate doesn’t have a 50 hour labor (I worry about that girl’s narrow hips).

The waiting for the official announcement is killing me right now. I read that when Prince William was born they didn’t release his name until a week later, which OH HELL NO THAT SHIT IS NOT GOING TO FLY I AM NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE ANY MORE SUSPENSE I AM BARELY HANGING ONTO MY SANITY AS IT IS. Besides, just think of the royal tchotchke’s industry, waiting breathlessly to make commemorative mugs and tea towels for the future monarch. Don’t make them hold the presses any longer!

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pattiepadfoot:

Let’s start off with the obvious.

Nathan Adrian. 

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Ryan Lochte adjusting himself (Many, many thanks to the BBC feed):

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Men’s relay / Phelps last gold:

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Swimmers in general:

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Diving scoreboards:

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The qt men’s gymnasts on the medals podium:

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Le Clos being adorable:

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Le Clos’ dad being beautiful:

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Debbie Phelps finding out Michael finished second

The three independent athletes with no country:

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McKayla being a badass:

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Kobe signing Tunisian basketball player’s (Mohamed Hadidane) sneaker after USA kicked his butt:

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This display of love and happiness:

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And finally, my beloved Spice Girls:

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Nice stroll down memory lane.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Prince William & Kate Middleton) gettin’ their groove on in Tuvalu (18/09/12)

Bill and Cathy, while adorable, are giving me PTSD-flashbacks to middle school bat mitzvahs, where the parents would drink a little too much and try to join the kids on the dance floor to Aqua’s “Barbie Girl.”

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The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry visit Great Britain House today, August 9, 2012 where they met with some of the athletes. 

Kate Middleton currently has a life outside of the Olympics? Beg to differ. (But yes, the real difference between me and Kate is that it’s basically her job to be the Duchess of Cheerleading and my job is sadly not to watch 6 hours of livestream at the office and 4 hours of TV at home.)