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Moaning Lisa wrote:Wasn’t Prince Philip actually royalty in two nations before his marriage to Elizabeth?

He was Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. How those two nations managed to end up with the same dynasty I'm not sure. Then again, all European royalty is related due to all the inbreeding so...

Beer leader got his bloodwork back and uh yeah he needs to change his diet or something lol.

Guiness Freaks wrote:Beer leader got his bloodwork back and uh yeah he needs to change his diet or something lol.

I think they have pills fo that now...

Divine Egypt wrote:He was Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. How those two nations managed to end up with the same dynasty I'm not sure. Then again, all European royalty is related due to all the inbreeding so...

KNEEL BEFORE THE MIGHT OF THE HABSBURG CHIN

Cianlandia wrote:KNEEL BEFORE THE MIGHT OF THE HABSBURG CHIN

Chins large enough to moore the Queen's fleet...

Divine Egypt wrote:He was Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. How those two nations managed to end up with the same dynasty I'm not sure. Then again, all European royalty is related due to all the inbreeding so...

Inbreeding? Like House Targaryen of Dragonstone in fiction, or the Hawaiian Royal family in history? How naughty!

Cianlandia wrote:KNEEL BEFORE THE MIGHT OF THE HABSBURG CHIN

Moaning Lisa wrote:Inbreeding? Like House Targaryen of Dragonstone in fiction, or the Hawaiian Royal family in history? How naughty!

I often refer to the Habsburgs as the Targaryens of Europe. They even have blonde hair like them! There was one emperor of the dynasty who not only had the infamous Habsburg jaw but also had a tongue so large it could not fit in his mouth. This resulted in him constantly drooling.

Hraban wrote:The entire dynasty is German. House Saxe-Coburg Gotha or however the proper name is aligned

W-I-N-D-S-O-R
They changed it,
maybe it should have been Windsor-Mountbatten,

Moaning Lisa wrote:Wasn’t Prince Philip actually royalty in two nations before his marriage to Elizabeth?

yes, danish and greek prince, but he surrendered the titles, for elizabeth, thinking it would be the house of windsor-mountbatten
but it wasnt
(that was some hard karma for him at the time)

Free Market Buisnesses wrote:Well my oh my... I think you'll need all of them.

Oh, I don't think I can afford that much. Forget it.

Elven Pizza Angel wrote:W-I-N-S-D-O-R
They changed it,
maybe it should have been Winsdor-Mottenbaum,
yes, danish and greek prince, but he surrendered the titles, for elizabeth, thinking it would be the house of winsdor-mottenbaum,
but it wasnt
(that was some hard karma for him at the time)

Windsor, from what I recall. Not winsdor. And Mountbatten. It used to be battenberg but they anglicized it.

Divine Egypt wrote:He was Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. How those two nations managed to end up with the same dynasty I'm not sure. Then again, all European royalty is related due to all the inbreeding so...

(OOC Actually Lizzie was his third cousin removed if I had understood correctly what they were saying in one of the documentaries.

Moaning Lisa wrote:Inbreeding? Like House Targaryen of Dragonstone in fiction, or the Hawaiian Royal family in history? How naughty!

The Habsburg began their rise to power through an intelligent strategy of exogamy marrying outside to consolidate their power as much as possible, afterwards, they reversed policy and began an intensive endogamy policy. Marrying between cousins, uncles, nieces and so on.

The worst offender became the Habsburg Spain (Casa de Austria or House of Austria), reaching it peak with Charles II of Spain. How bad it was, well ...

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2664480/

Charles II had a degree of inbreeding of (F = 0.254), a parent-child or brother-sister has a degree of (F = 0.250). So the accumulative effect was greater than the result of a first incest degree.

From wikipedia. The autopsy results:

"... did not contain a single drop of blood; his heart was the size of a peppercorn; his lungs corroded; his intestines rotten and gangrenous; he had a single testicle, black as coal, and his head was full of water."

So let's say that for this and other reasons here in Aigania have a heartly support exogamy and genetic mixing.)

Elven Pizza Angel wrote:W-I-N-S-D-O-R
They changed it,
maybe it should have been Winsdor-Mottenbaum

W-I-N-D-S-O-R

M-O-U-N-T-B-A-T-T-E-N

If you are going to get not one but both of the names wrong then it's probably best to just not say anything at all...

The New California Republic wrote:W-I-N-D-S-O-R

M-O-U-N-T-B-A-T-T-E-N

If you are going to get not one but both of the names wrong then it's probably best to just not say anything at all...

Or who cares what the inbreds are called?

Divine Egypt wrote:Or who cares what the inbreds are called?

If someone is going to dash the spelling of a name and also capitalize it in a matter-of-fact manner then they can at least get it right...

The New California Republic wrote:If someone is going to dash the spelling of a name and also capitalize it in a matter-of-fact manner then they can at least get it right...

...Alright, as a bit of a grammar Nazi myself I'll let you have that.

Moaning Lisa wrote:I think they have pills fo that now...

Oh they do . . . Lol. Beer leader is actively trying to avoid taking them though.

Bleeeem wrote:Bleeem!

Mmph mmph MMPH mmph, mmph mmph.

So says Tubbius the Fat of Treadwellia.

Elven Pizza Angel wrote:
W-I-N-S-D-O-R
They changed it,
maybe it should have been Winsdor-Mottenbaum,

yes, danish and greek prince, but he surrendered the titles, for elizabeth, thinking it would be the house of winsdor-mottenbaum,
but it wasnt
(that was some hard karma for him at the time)

Changing your name doesn't erase your past and blood.

Guiness Freaks wrote:Beer leader got his bloodwork back and uh yeah he needs to change his diet or something lol.

Let me guess? He needs more beer

Aigania wrote:

(OOC Actually Lizzie was his third cousin removed if I had understood correctly what they were saying in one of the documentaries.



The Habsburg  began their rise to power through an intelligent strategy of exogamy marrying outside to consolidate their power as much as possible, afterwards, they reversed policy and began an intensive endogamy policy. Marrying between cousins, uncles, nieces and so on.

The worst offender became the Habsburg Spain (Casa de Austria or House of Austria), reaching it peak with Charles II of Spain. How bad it was, well ...

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2664480/

Charles II had a degree of inbreeding of (F = 0.254), a parent-child or brother-sister has a degree of (F = 0.250). So the accumulative effect was greater than the result of a first incest degree.

From wikipedia. The autopsy results:

"... did not contain a single drop of blood; his heart was the size of a peppercorn; his lungs corroded; his intestines rotten and gangrenous; he had a single testicle, black as coal, and his head was full of water."

So let's say that for this and other reasons here in Aigania have a heartly support exogamy and genetic mixing.)

Yea, it would be better if incest was just straight up illegal. When it comes to royalty I would rather be a bastard working for the family than to be forced to marry a cousin or whatever.

I've started watching the show Outlander. My God, Sam Heughan is gorgeous.

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