Prince Harry will not take a selfie with you, peasant: ‘Selfies are bad’

Here are some photos of Prince Harry’s arrival in Australia yesterday. He’s going to be there for weeks during a military assignment and the UK papers are making a big deal about how he’s not going to be in England for the birth of his new niece or nephew. While Harry adores children, it’s not like he’s got a reputation for being in love with newborns. He didn’t spend that much time with Prince George when George was just days and weeks old, and we really don’t know how much Harry even sees of his nephew nowadays (my guess is not that much). My point? I doubt Harry cares that much about missing the birth of the next kid that will bump Harry down the line of succession.

Harry was well-received in Australia and he looked very dashing in his uniform. He spent about 20 minutes shaking hands and taking photos with fans but at some point during the rope line, Harry admonished some selfie-takers!

Prince Harry has arrived in Australia and has brought some sage advice with him. The handsome royal greeted hundreds of fans for about 20 minutes as he arrived to report for duty with the Australian army, and one lucky teenage well-wisher got to chat with him while braving the rain. But Prince William’s younger brother advised the admirer to stop the selfies LOL.

“Seriously, you need to get out of it. I know you’re young, but selfies are bad,” Australian television network Nine recorded Harry as the crowd laughed.

[From E! News]

E! News also points out that the Queen does not care for the selfie trend. I understand it in the Queen’s case – I mean, she’s the Queen! She’s meant to be portrayed in oil paintings, not iPhone selfies. But Harry is younger, wilder, more fun. He’s been photographed naked except for a pool cue. Surely he’s down with the selfie trend? Guess not.

Last thing – here’s Harry giggling and moaning as he takes a joyride in a Spitfire. It was for charity! Or something.

Photos courtesy of WENN, Getty.

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  1. ANNE says:

    Just because you’re young it doesn’t mean that you like taking selfies all the time. Some are really obnoxious with that.

    • Soporificat says:

      Seriously, I know plenty of olds who take lots of selfies, too. If you are young you are more likely to take lots of selfies, but it’s not as much of a generational thing as people think. I think it has a lot more to do with personality.

      Also, I give more of a pass to very young people taking selfies, because they are just figuring out who they are, and trying to make sense of beauty norms, or what have you. Once you hit 20 or so, ya better chill on the selfies, or i’m judging ya…

    • iseepinkelefants says:

      I’m in my 20′s and I hate taking selfies. I feel naff and narcissistic doing it.

      • Susan says:

        I love you! I find them so self indulgent and narcissistic

      • TeaAndSympathy says:

        I wish to apply to join the “I Hate Selfies Culub”, please. I can’t stand the whole “lookameeee” obsession, either, so….loving Harry for saying what so many of us think!

      • Gea says:

        I so don’t understand fascination with selfies. And completely agree with Harry on this one. Hopefully this ridiculous trending will just go away any time soon.

      • Sojourner says:

        Totally. The only selfies I’ve ever taken have involved a really cute pet.

      • Solanaceae (Nighty) says:

        Can I join the “I hate selfies”club? Pretty please?

    • HH says:

      Selfies bother me, but what drives me up a freaking wall is when people take selfies with their friends while sightseeing. 1) Enjoy the moment; 2) NEWSFLASH: If you have someone else take the picture, it works out better. It makes me ragey when a group of kids are standing around trying to find the best angles so they can get the background in the pic…. DUMMIES.

    • Mary-Alice says:

      I’m close to his age and I can’t stand this selfies culture. Never have made one, don’t intend to.

  2. Betti says:

    I agree with him on the selfies front – its an annoying and vain trend that can be dangerous for the poor souls that end up getting trampled on by muppets who are too busy gurning for the camera to watch where they are going.

    I so want him to be King – he’d be just like his grandmother in a lot of ways (takes it seriously and has a sense of duty).

    • kcarp says:

      I have friends who post at least a selfish a day. It makes me wonder just how many pics of themselves they take on a daily basis if at least one is getting out there. Who has time for that.

      I hate people

      • Babyswans says:

        My FB is littered with selfies! How many selfies can a person over 30 possibly take?! A lot of them are staged as well (“look at me while I read a book/play with my nephew, per this horse, etc). Of course, I’ve never taken a selfie. Does that make me lame?

      • Carruth says:

        You sound like a great friend.

      • Goats on the Roof says:


        I have a friend who posts multiple selfies to Insta and FB daily! My personal faves are the ones where you can clearly tell she’s done her makeup (complete with contour and brows), her hair is perfect, and she’s wearing a great outfit, yet she tags it, “Looking like crap today!” I love her, but it’s just too much. Selfies only serve to feed the ego of whoever is taking it.

      • kcarp says:

        I love you point out over 30. I am 36 and so are most of my friends.

        One friends is a Vice Principal at an Elementary school and she likes to show off her fake boobs and making out with her boyfriend. She has been doing this for years so I guess the school doesn’t care.

      • TeaAndSympathy says:

        Goats On The Roof: Is your friend na,edKim, by any chance? Sorry… I don’t even use social media, and still can’t escape the bloody selfies!

      • bluhare says:

        Love your autocorrect, kcarp!

      • CatJ says:

        Ha, you made me laugh! I just saw a meme with a cat who is scowling…saying..
        “There are two kinds of people,……… and I hate both of them!”

  3. Anastasia says:

    He’s a royal, so I agree he shouldn’t be appearing in selfies with people. Good for him.

  4. Goats on the Roof says:

    I’m Harry’s age, and I agree with him. Selfies are vain and pointless. I wish the whole trend would disappear.

  5. Ameoba says:

    I LOL’d at this. He probably thinks he’s too old for this. Plus, he’s a Royal. It’s a little too much maybe…

  6. Caz says:

    Harry’s here…woo hoo!

  7. floridaseaturtle says:

    They can can be used/tagged for nefarious purposes. Think ahead. It is not a great idea to have personal info & pics floating around cyberspace. I have always been instinctively opposed.

  8. epiphany says:

    There isn’t a bigger peasant on the planet than me, and I couldn’t agree with him more. Selfies are obnoxious. Good for him for saying so publicly.

  9. Elly says:

    one or two selfies with friends for fun are ok. Problematic are the 100+ selfies a day to show people your make-up etc. = Kardashianesque.

    • maybeiamcrazy says:

      True. I am younger than Harry and i don’t mind selfies but whenever i see an instagram page full of selfies, it confuses me. How do people have that much time?

    • Vava says:

      Kardashians take it to a whole weird level.

  10. Vava says:

    I hate the selfie trend too, but with the cell phone technology I doubt it’s going away anytime soon.

  11. Boston Green Eyes says:

    I always look positively ridiculous in the few selfies that I’ve taken – like I’m totally cross-eyed and look like a tool!

  12. Mia4S says:

    Bravo Harry! I confess whenever I see someone with a “selfie stick” I really want to hit them over the head with it. ;-)

    • Abbott says:

      For the longest time, I thought the selfie stick was a PR gag; like the ‘left-handed cellphone,’ ‘vertical bath’ or the Cumberbatch wedding.

  13. Dena says:

    I take it he doesn’t own a selfie stick then. Lol. I take selfies of my hair more than I should. I am ashamed and embarrassed by that but I do. I have been growing locs for the past 2-years, so I have been “monitoring” my hair (or that’s what I tell myself). I’ve always been quietly obsessed with my hair though. I was devastated the year my hairdresser died—perhaps more for me than for her family😞. I will also take a selfie when I think an outfit looks really cute on me or if I’m wearing it well.

    I’m not on FB, Instagram, Twitter or any of that stuff. It’s just private narcissism. And, no, I don’t have a selfie stick. That would be too much. And I never take selfies in public or out in the open. I would just die if people saw me doing that. Crazy, crazy mixed up world.

    • AlmondJoy says:

      I do that too! I big chopped in September of last year, so I like to take note of my growth. I also keep a hair diary so I can remember which products and techniques work best for my 3c hair. Don’t be ashamed, lol.

      I’m sure your locs are gorgeous and will continue growing beautifully! I’m can’t help but chuckle when I think of the great locs debate we had here a few months ago 😂

      • Dena says:

        Hi Almondjoy

        OMG! I hate I missed that. What are u using? I’ve used olive oil, coconut oil, peppermint oil, tea tree and Paul Mitchell. Now I’m down to mixes and matches of vitamin E & sweet almond oil. Just about all of the aforementioned is too heavy for my hair.

        My hair is the step cousin to yours. It’s neither here nor there. Mine is at once soft, curly, frizzy & dry. When my hair looks good it is absolutely gorgeous but when it looks bad—ooooh whew. I still have patches that aren’t loc’d. My friends who have your hair type have been watching mine closely to see if they can jump in.

        Incidents: my hair has come unraveled so many times at the shampoo bowl that the loctician at one point would holler through the salon “gently, gently, wash her hair gently or it will come down” even at the one year mark. And if my loctician was otherwise busy and the shampoo person was a newbie I’d act as if I didn’t know that I wasn’t supposed to get a deep conditioner and placed under the dryer. My guy would be pissed. Lol. But I wanted a deep condition!!! What was I supposed to do?!?

        My locs are very curly at the root (new growth) and can often look frizzy. The ends are curly. My hair is Palm rolled. A lot of people ask if I have locs or twists. Or they ask why would I get locs with my hair type. (Cause I wanted them!) Friends call me curli-locs. Some people have even asked if I’m a Rasta. It’s on those days I’m not sure if I should be complimented or devastated. It always sends me running to the mirror though. Lol.

        Finally, I am no longer going into the shop every 3-weeks for maintenance. I almost decided to go every 2-weeks cause at 3 it began to look unkempt to me. Now, I go about every 2 – 2 1/2 months. I’m fine with the few spots that routinely come down and refuse to loc. it’s cool.

        How are u enjoying yours?

    • VirgiliaCoriolanus says:

      How do you do your locs? I do mine with a latchhook…really quick and easy.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Any thoughts on apple cider vinegar as a scalp cleanser and cuticle sealer, and/or castor oil? I like how random these threads get!

      • FLORC says:

        I’ll do an eggwhites wash in the shower to get that shine. And a fresh rosemary and olive oil mix as a scalp rub when i know i’m going out later. It perks up your hair for more volume. I get my olive oil fresh and by cold press from young, green olives. I think it makes the difference.

        For volume i’ll spray in some dry shampoo if my hair needs a perk up on the spot. It acts like an on the spot thickener for added texture, but doesn’t make your ends weighed down or look dirty. Holds styling better too imo.

        I love it when these threads stray off like this. It’s how I learned about the dry shampoo!

      • Dena says:

        Hey notasugarhere:

        U are so right. Lol.

        I’ve used ACV. It worked but I thought it was a bit harsh on my hair. I feel like I’m still trying to get ph balance back but it did the job when I felt my locs got to “heavy” with oils. Castor oil is too thick. I like it but it’s way too thick. I haven’t used the Jamaican castor oil yet.

        Right now, I’m in the process of chasing down the Bioken brand of shampoo and conditioner (Enfanti). The shampoo is on Amazon for $36.26 (!) and the conditioner is $21.99. Word of mouth says it’s good and I have been a fool with my money before. Shrugs shoulders. For maintenance, my loc guy uses Joie MyGel. The other brands seems to flake up too much and causes itching and scratching and dryness.

        Are you loc’n? If so, what are you using? Believe me, like a crazy woman, I ask everybody and their Momas who I pass on the street (black, white, Latino, Asian and everybody in between whose locs look good). I wish I could look like Lauryn Hill in her Ex-Factor video but that’s all right. I do good with what I’ve got. Big Smile.

        A friend of mine had hers done with a latch hook. She didn’t have any complaints. Aaron (that’s my loctician’s name) uses a rat-tail comb to start off twisting my hair then he palm rolls it. It, of course, reinforces the curl in my hair.

      • notasugarhere says:

        Finicky Euro/caucasian hair. I’ve found that some products for African hair work well for me, especially the light-but-deep conditioners (if that makes sense). The heavy stuff never works though. Coconut oil was an unpleasant, gooey experiment that did more damage than good.

        I was going to try ACV but watered down instead of straight. I’ve considered the yellow castor oil but not the black jamaican, since reviews say it is even thicker than regular castor oil.

        Some companies will send a free sample if you ask. Have you tried asking Bioken ( Or ask your salon to ask Bioken for free samples — as long as they save one set for you!

      • Dena says:

        Hey nota:

        African American hair here with a few white ancestors thrown in way back in the day. The oils where too heavy on my hair too. Plus I never want to tangle with coconut oil again. Smells good but slimy and just made my hair and scalp feel greasy and dry all at once. My niece’s hair is much more wavier and thicker than mine and she’s able to use the olive oil just fine. I hear that argan oil is supposed to be good for all types of hair, white/black etc.

        When I was wearing my hair both natural and permed, I used to put a knee high over the bristles of a brush and would brush through my hair. It picked up any residue and gave me a nice fluffy full bodied look.

        Thanks for the tip re: the samples. I’ll write the company. I might also try the egg white wash that Florc suggested. Hmm.

      • FLORC says:

        Something I forgot. It’s prcey so I don’t use it all the time, but Wen is fantastic! When my hair is extra dry or oiling depending on weather I use it and it’s like a total repair product.

        Coconut Oil for me was awful. It wouldn’t wash out and beaded off the water. Too many shampoo rinses and lead to more damaged ends.

        Lately Ive been spraying a leave in moisturizing conditioner from purology. It smells wonderful and keeps my ends from splitting.

        My hair is thick and straight causasian.

  14. notasugarhere says:

    “He didn’t spend that much time with Prince George when George was just days and weeks old,” How could he, Kaiser? The baby was locked away at Middleton Manor for months. From Kate Middleton’s public comments, the child’s father wasn’t around much for the first few months either.

    Was Harry supposed to hang out in Berkshire when William wasn’t even there?

  15. Kara says:

    he does not have a problem with racial slurs and nazi uniforms though.

    • AlmondJoy says:

      Interesting, right Kara? I wish I had seen your comment before I made mine.

    • FLORC says:

      “Nazi uniforms”? 1 incident played in large part by William and liquor.
      And he appeared ery genuine in his remourse over his poor and insensetive choice.
      Had he not admitted and apologised at length in both words and actions for that choice i’d say it’s still fair game. That isn’t the case here. Just bringing up old irrelevant news.

    • Imo says:

      With all due respect there doesn’t have to be a statute of limitations when it comes to royal scandal. Honestly, almost all rf gossip stems from the past not the present and if someone feels dismay or irritation at something stupid Harry did it is not our place to insinuate that they just get over it. It was ultimately Harry’s decision to wear the costume whether William was the devil on his shoulder or not. I personally found his apology to be heartfelt and his character has improved so much since then. But when Kate is referred to here as Waity four full years after her wedding and even Diana is occasionally still raked over the coals it is a bit rich to suggest we let bygones be bygones just because the royal in question is handsome and popular.

      • FLORC says:

        No. No time limit. I just think it too overused. Like it’s all that can be brought up.
        It gets old and often becomes something it wasn’t. It gets worse each telling from people added or omitting facts to make it more scandalous.

        And to be fair i’ve never refered to Kate as “waity” and am not too keen on seeing it’s still used. I argue against it or don’t encourage it. That is also played out and not relevant anymore. Duchess of Pork is still used too. Something are too catchy by the press.

        Diana has now passed. All she’s done and will do is over. What is just is and it will never change. Context maybe, but she’s been so well covered I doubt it. We know the good and the bad. It’s brought up when already a valid part of the discussion. Or should be.

        If Harry or anyone else is really bad there should be fresh news/scandals. I also objected to the wording. Like Harry dressed up as a Nazi more than once. That embellishment is like I said above. It’s a point embellished in to make the instance/act worse than it was.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Let’s not gloss over William dressing in “native” costume wearing black tights and wrapped in an animal skin at the same party. For which he never apologized.

      Someone joked online that now we’re calling her “Waity” because we’re still waiting for her to get to work full-time. Lots of promises to work, none fulfilled.

  16. Jaybee says:

    Well it’s his opinion. For me, I enjoy taking pictures of myself but I don’t post them on online media. I’d rather post travel photos and my amateur photographs than flood other people’s wall with my mug because honestly, none of my facebook friends give a flying f*ck. LOL

  17. Thinker says:

    He’s not going to be in Australia forever (although judging by the crowds, they certainly wouldn’t mind that)…. The world does not end when Kate Middleton goes into pregnancy hiding. That said, I don’t think it means Harry doesn’t care about his niece or nephew. I think it’s just that he has his own commitments and he sees to meeting them. Is the whole family really supposed to twiddle their thumbs until Kate dilates?

  18. AlmondJoy says:

    Selfies are pointless, but they really don’t hurt anybody. I’ve taken many a selfie before going to special events to see how my makeup/hair will look in photos. I also take hair pics to send to my friends because we love to share techniques. I don’t see the big deal.

    Of course I’m just a commoner. I’m sure it’s different for royals. Harry has done plenty of things one could consider “bad.”

    • FLORC says:

      We’ve all done bad things. His just get set to repeat world wide as often as needed like it’s not old news.

      • AlmondJoy says:

        FLORC: yes, of course we’ve all done bad things. Which is why I refrain from calling something as harmless as taking selfies “bad.” There’s plenty worse a person could do.

    • Mary-Alice says:

      Bad taste. Does that sound better? I agree with him. 100%.

  19. FLORC says:

    Selfies are bad, MmKay?

    I doubt a single person here hasn’t taken a selfie. Haven’t we all? Haven’t we as children hald a camera at arms length to get a group shot of us and our friends in?
    Unless, “Selfie” means it must be taken by you when there is another who could take the picture and it gets posted online.

    • bluhare says:

      Sure we have, FLORC. I do if I want to check how something looks, or (usually) whether my hair looks OK. Then I delete them. I think I’ve got two in my stream that weren’t deleted. But they haven’t been shared either. :)

      • FLORC says:

        You and FMORC are 2 peas in a pod!
        I’ve taken pictures with his phone only to find all these undeleted random shots of him checking his hair. Or better yet when he uses the flash as a flashlight and ends up taking pictures of random dark locations like our attic and crawlspaces. Or worse yet. Bugs he finds there and wants to identify so he snaps upclose and brightly lit pictures. Aaahh!!!
        None gets shared though. And I wouldn’t consider pictures to see how hair looks a “selfie”. Selfie imo is out of pure vanity once posted. Outside of taking pics with friends for personal memories and historical documentation of your adventures.

      • bluhare says:

        LOL at flash as flashlight, FLORC. Get him the flashlight app! And he really needs the level app. That one’s awesome. Don’t know why, but I love that. Great for making sure you hung your artwork properly. I get a bit obsessive about my pictures being straight. ;)

      • FLORC says:

        Lol No Bluhare! While on the app for some reason he still snaps pictures. We can’t figure out what he’s doing, but it’s happening. He did have the level app, but he says it’s not calibrated correctly. Still uses an actual level. I haned him his phone with the app open and he was not amused during our home renovations.

    • Vava says:

      I can honestly say, I’ve never taken a selfie. (I define a selfie as holding the camera out and taking my own photo.) I have set the camera up on a timer and run into to join the group, but don’t consider that a selfie.

      Selfies can be kind of cool, though. It’s just when people like the Kardashians go crazy with them, then it’s bizarre. IMO

      • FLORC says:

        I mean those times as kids with a camera or disposable before timers. With your friends on a school buss or somewhere and you hold it out at arms length hoping you got you and your friends face in the frame.

      • Vava says:

        Hi FLORC,
        I probably wouldn’t be very successful getting a shot by holding my camera out. You know, cutting off my head or something.

        I’m one of the few people in the world who doesn’t have an updated cell phone. In fact, I don’t have a cell phone anymore………….! LOL

      • FLORC says:

        My husband and I refused smart phones as long as we could. Then people started emailing instead of texting and we had to convert. We trial smartphones and lasted a month before we broke our screens from drops. Now we have otter cases.

        And that was the risk you took! Maybe 1 of you would have only your forehead in the frame.
        And on a side note you constantly give me a chuckle with your posts (in a great way!).

      • Vava says:

        FLORC, you are one of my favorites here on Celebitchy. I really enjoy your posts, and your point of view. Hugs to you!

    • Mary-Alice says:

      I haven’t and won’t. Don’t find it interesting enough.

  20. Murphy says:

    If Harry (or Charles for that matter) don’t see George enough it isn’t their fault–its William’s.

    • FLORC says:

      Harry and Charles are extremely busy. And considering how William needs to be away from his family I would think it would fall to Kate. Or rather Charles/Harry if fnding they needed to see their grandson/nephew immediately it would be requested through Kate.
      But how often would you need to see him? Like really Need to.

      • bluhare says:

        Disagree on this one. I absolutely think William should take some responsibility with his family and their access to George. Kate certainly has made sure her family sees him all the time.

      • FLORC says:

        I do not disagree with you. As it is though George is almost entirely with Kate, her family, and staff for George. It’s sad, but the way it is.
        I wonder if George will go to boarding school. You think? William might step in and say yes. Has an heir ever not gone to boarding school when able?

      • Imo says:

        Why can’t Charles make time to see George if it matters so much to him? He is an adult. I doubt 100% that he ever requested a visit that Kate or William denied. Carole and Mike drive two hours one way to see George and help out. How far away is Charles? With a Bentley and a chauffeur I think those two hours would fly by. I bet the Cambridges have sadly figured out that Charles will always put Charles first. I don’t think they will bad mouth Charles but I think the Cambridge children will gradually see for themselves. I also believe Charles’ attempt to sling mud at Carole backfired. I thought the anti -Middletons would jump on it like a juicy bone but most people thought Charles was acting the victim and came across as pompous and passive.

      • LAK says:

        IMO: the way the diaries work, is that the various teams sit down and submit/ask for dates over a six month/year period for each royal.

        Everything is scheduled including leisure time. And once it’s in the diary, equally hard to remove/reschedule.

        Charles’s team could have asked for dates that PGtips could be scheduled into the diary and WK’s team prevaricated until there were no more available dates in the diary. Conversely, WK could have submitted dates that didn’t work with Charles’s diary.

        These people schedule every thing. It’s very rare for anyone to simply drop in. That’s why it’s a mark of her regard for Harry that HM allegedly clears her diary when he asks for an unscheduled appt to see her. It’s on very rare occasions that Charles has cleared his diary or not honoured a commitment. The last time it happened, the Saudi King died and he had to attend his funeral pronto – Muslims bury their dead within 24hrs.

        This is the advantage the Middletons will always have over Charles. Kate doesn’t need to make an appt to see her family. She can simply rock up whenever she feels like it, day and night.

      • Imo says:

        As an American I find this…bewildering to the point of hilarity.

  21. hannahf says:

    @Kaiser–you omitted one of the more amusing bits from yesterday’s event. A “ginger” boy had a sign that read “red heads rule.” Harry went over to talk to him-presumably in solidarity from one ginger to another. It was really cute.

    With respect to selfies, I agree that 95% of the time they are completely ridiculous and posting them on social media makes it even worse. That said, there are exceptions. “Back in the day” someone meeting Prince Harry would have brought along a camera and, given the opportunity, had someone snap a pic of the two together. I don’t see how an individual doing it is much different. As for me, the only ones I’ve taken were to show off a haircut to my out of town sibs, to ask the opinion of friends when I was purchasing glasses and to show my sister an outfit and get her opinion. To me, the ability to do so seems practical not egocentric. I’ve never posted one on social media. So yeah, for the most part I agree with Harry.

  22. anne_000 says:

    Here’s a BBC clip of Prince Harry telling the girls how he feels about selfies. He was really nice about it though:

    I like his reaction to the poster “Redheads Rule.” He sure knows how to work a crowd. A born natural. Very charming and a good sense of humor.

    • FLORC says:

      So freaking charming!

    • bluhare says:

      GAH!!! He’s got such a great persona. And his voice! Someone here described it as warm butterscotch doing something or another . . . can’t remember what but it fit!

    • anne_000 says:

      Here’s another video at the same event with Harry turning down yet another selfie request but instead took a ‘regular photo’ with the girl. Again, he’s very nice and charming about it.

    • LAK says:

      You guys can have him whilst I ran off with his ELF.

      • Vava says:

        ?? Not sure what this is??

      • bluhare says:

        ELF is Edward Lane Fox, Prince Harry’s secretary. He’s the person who took the last photos of Prince George when he was wearing that cute Household Guard vest.

        Apparently LAK likes men in uniform, he was in the military prior to this. And has that sexy aquiline military thing going on from a photo or two I was able to see on google!

      • notasugarhere says:

        Harry’s personal secretary, Edward Lane Fox (ELF). LAK, that man does look good in uniform.

      • Vava says:

        thanks for the explanation! Edward Lane Fox………I’ll need to google him!

      • LAK says:

        Ladies: first dibs on ELF!!!!

        A man in uniform…..drool. And ELF is particularly drool worthy in uniform.

  23. FLORC says:

    Warm Butterscotch and something equally good on top of it? Bluhare you freaky Baroness!

    • bluhare says:

      YOu’ve got to admit, he’s got a lovely voice FLORC. I swoon.

      LAK, I will look up ELF to make sure I don’t want to join you. :D

  24. Reece says:

    Whole heartedly agree.

  25. jwoolman says:

    I think cameras steal your soul, so I’m always the one with something held up conveniently hiding my face in group shots if they can catch me at all. I’ve always assumed cell phone cameras were just for taking pictures of cats.