Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Drifterwood, Jan 30, 2009.
You know, for someone who will never be a real Queen.
Where I'm from, we call a "queen-in-waiting" a princess.... it's reserved for someone who has most of the qualities of a queen, but lacks the polish to be a full fledged queen....LOL
Princess Anne :biggrin1:
Wow, you have to speak Polish to be a full fledged Queen, Respect.
Destined to be a Mare.
Actually, NJ, she is a pretty sexy Lady :wink:.
In the 80's during the TOP shortage they were called "flip flops!"
??? you can't find a pair in winter? :biggrin1:
Duchess of Cornwall.:biggrin1:
I wouldn't be surprised if she doesn't have a scary strap on, but please KP. Princess / Duchess. They couldn't trust Chuck with another Princess :tongue:
My response was to your first post, actually, not the thread title.
In the meantime, I found my copy of 'The Queens' Vernacular, a Gay Lexicon', surprised it doesn't have anything relevant under princess, it is a pretty common term.
for Prince, there are several definitions,
'Princess of the bed' means skilled at lovemaking,
'Principessa' 1. a delicate man, 2. second person singular pronoun, 'does Principessa want a blowjob before of after breakfast'?
Princess as a gay term? Not that I'm aware of, ducky. (When did that fall out of usage?)
I think "Princess" has been copyrighted by spoiled and pampered Jewish daughters, lol.
I always considered it synonymous with diva (spoiled, deserving the utmost respect) but in a less offensive manner.
They're called 'straight acting'.