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Offline Vecchiolarry

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« Reply #75 on: September 30, 2007, 12:10:55 PM »
Hi Dmitri,

"his favourite chocolate is Ash Tray and not Cadbury's Milk Tray"...

Good one, Great one!!!
It's given me my laugh of the day!!!  Keep 'em comin'.....

Larry

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« Reply #76 on: September 30, 2007, 05:50:38 PM »
Hi Dmitri,

"his favourite chocolate is Ash Tray and not Cadbury's Milk Tray"...

Good one, Great one!!!
It's given me my laugh of the day!!!  Keep 'em comin'.....

Larry
That is very funny one Dmitri has.!

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« Reply #77 on: October 01, 2007, 09:12:42 PM »
Yes very...I like chocs too..   ;)

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« Reply #78 on: October 02, 2007, 04:54:34 PM »
Yes chocolates are delicious, yummy. That dog on you avatar looks so adorable Eddie, I love it! The habit of smoking is realy hard to break, even trying to get someone to stop won't help becuase they are addicted to it. It is realy sad, hopefully Camilla would put a end to her habit.

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« Reply #79 on: October 03, 2007, 02:49:11 AM »
I guess Charles must adore that romantic aroma of smoke in the hair and clothes. What a turn on that must be for him!

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« Reply #80 on: October 03, 2007, 03:18:42 AM »
As well as the soil in the Garden.  :)

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« Reply #81 on: October 04, 2007, 02:37:34 PM »
A subtle distinction between soil and soiled.

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« Reply #82 on: October 05, 2007, 05:10:37 AM »
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« Reply #83 on: October 05, 2007, 08:38:16 AM »
Camilla is no longer a smoker, she stopped smoking before she and Charles were married. There have been no reports of her starting up again. Considering the many 'sources' who leak information to the tabloids, had she started smoking again it would have been front page news!

William and Harry are both smokers and have been photographed smoking. William was heard in 2005 when on a layover at Sydney airport saying that he was "desperate for a smoke" and was seen heading outdoors. He had just survived the long flight from the UK and was about to go onto New Zealand.

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« Reply #84 on: October 05, 2007, 08:44:08 AM »
Where is the evidence of William smoking?

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« Reply #85 on: October 05, 2007, 09:04:09 AM »
Where is the evidence of William smoking?

Do a photo search of the picture agencies, there are pictures of him smoking.

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« Reply #86 on: October 05, 2007, 01:02:12 PM »
And until it is made illegal, which at some point in the future it may well be, it is a matter of personal choice whether someone smokes or not, as long as they observe the laws that govern the practice.

So Camilla, Wills and Harry all smoke?  I wonder if smoking is banned in BP and they have to go outside to get their nicotine fix??!!
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« Reply #87 on: October 05, 2007, 08:28:22 PM »
People with stress usually smokes... ;)

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« Reply #88 on: October 06, 2007, 05:53:17 AM »
Yes I think they all smoke William, Camilla and Harry. But, they probably do it becuase of how much stress their in.

I find some information of Harry smoking but that was in 2002.


2/17/2002

PRINCE HARRY ADMITS SMOKING CANNABIS

PRINCE Harry has admitted smoking cannabis.  The third in line to the throne confessed to his father that he smoked joints over a two-month period during his school holidays at Highgrove last summer.  He was 16 at the time.

Harry also confessed to underage and after-hours drinking at a local pub where he was introduced to cannabis.  Several pub regulars returned to his father's country estate and on one occasion smoked joints in a basement den converted for the princes in the royal cellars.  Harry calls his hideaway "Club H" and has had it equipped with a sound system and a well-stocked bar.  The Prince of Wales confronted his youngest son after staff reported their suspicions, and then sent him to meet hard-core drug addicts at a London rehabilitation clinic where he heard horror stories of addiction.

Prince Harry denied smoking the drug inside Highgrove but admitted he had smoked it in the grounds.

Last night a spokesman for St James's Palace said: "This is a serious matter which was resolved within the family and is now in the past and closed."

It is understood Prince Harry did not need treatment for addiction to either drink or drugs.  Bill Puddicombe, the chief executive of the clinic, told The Sunday Times last night: "I can confirm Prince Harry attended our rehabilitation centre.

"We explained the programme that people go through to get over the addiction of heroin, cocaine and other drugs.  I was delighted to discover the visit had been a success.  When I saw Prince Charles in November he told me that Harry had definitely learnt something."

Prince Harry's troubles began during June last year when his brother William was on a gap year in Australia and South America and his father was often away or in London.  Harry was effectively home alone with staff at Highgrove, Gloucestershire.

Though accompanied by his royal protection officers he was allowed to roam as he wanted and began to frequent a country pub in the nearby village of Sherston.  It was at the Rattlebone Inn, six miles from his home, where Harry became involved in after-hours drinking sessions, and on one occasion was involved in a late-night fracas over a pool session.  Harry is said to have been thrown out after insulting the French chef and calling him "a f frog".

It was in an outhouse at the rear of the pub that Harry was introduced to cannabis.  One of Harry's new-found friends later brought the drug into Highgrove where staff eventually noticed the pungent odour.

A family friend quoted last night said: "Charles was very calm.  He didn't confront Harry aggressively but sat him down and asked him to tell the truth.  Harry immediately confirmed that in the past two months

he'd been smoking cannabis on several occasions, that he'd brought friends back to Highgrove parties and that he'd been drinking a lot.

"Though Charles did not scream and shout at Harry, he did gently question him, asking, 'Are these really the right people to be hanging around with? Are these really the right things for you to be doing at 16 in your position?' Harry was very mature about it and quickly realised the error of his ways."

But Charles decided drastic action needed to be taken to shock his son and arranged a visit to Featherstone Lodge in Peckham, southeast London, run by the drug charity Phoenix House.

Prince Harry was accompanied at sessions with former heroin addicts by an aide, Mark Dyer, and his police bodyguard.

One of Prince Charles's aides quoted in today's News of the World said: "The prince knew that Harry attending group therapy on the evils of drugs would educate him away from the fashionable assumption that cannabis use is okay and does not lead to harder, more serious drugs."

 
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Prince Charles also banned Harry from visiting the Rattlebone Inn and alerted Harry's head master at Eton to the problem.  Andrew Gailey, Harry's housemaster, visited Highgrove on Friday to discuss the situation.

The 17,604 pounds-a-year school restricted Harry's weekend passes when term resumed in September and over Christmas he was told to spend the entire break with his father and brother.

Prince William, now studying at St Andrews University, is said to be a calming influence.  "Prince William is very anti-drugs and a clean-living young man with a great sense of duty," a family friend said.  "He is a good influence on his brother, who is more easily led by his peer group."

William has had his own brush with drugs.  He was offered a joint during his 10-week Raleigh International trip to Chile in 2000.

According to a fellow expedition member who witnessed the scene, he firmly rejected the drug, holding up his hands and saying "no thanks".

Apart from keeping a close eye on his son, the Prince of Wales considers the matter closed.  There are no plans to increase Harry's security, though the incidents raise serious questions as to why royal protection officers failed to either stop the prince or alert their superiors.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said last night: "Our protection officers have not made any reports of security concerns.  Security has not been compromised."

It is recognised that protection officers face a difficult balancing act between the discretion necessary to retain their charge's trust and vigilance.  But family friends claimed last night that Prince Harry's drinking went back to before his teens and that he had experimented with cigarettes from the age of 11 or 12.  It was also alleged last night that cocaine had been available at the Rattlebone.

The landlord of the pub has since changed.  Emma Carter-Williams, the new landlady, last night denied any suggestion that customers had smoked cannabis on the premises.

It is felt in royal circles that Harry has dealt with the situation responsibly after being found out.  Buckingham Palace has taken the line that Harry is no different from thousands of youngsters of his age who come into contact with cannabis.

Charles's own embarrassing downfall during his time at Gordonstoun was to attempt to buy cherry brandy while underage.  He has also admitted smoking cigarettes "behind the chicken run at school" until he was 11.

Cannabis is still illegal, despite speculation that the government may soon downgrade it from a category B to a category C drug, making possession a non-arrestable offence.