• Mon, Jul 4 2011

Kate Middleton Wants A Baby!

You read it here….well, possibly second. While visiting with some fans in Canada, at some point during a conversation in which a fan wished her well on her plans to start a family, the Duchess of Cambridge said, “Yes, I hope to.”

!!!!!

In other words, SHE CLEARLY WANTS A BABY.

As far as I’m concerned, this is akin to her pissing on a stick right there in the middle of the crowd and having a plus sign pop up. I’m going to start thinking of names, and you guys start buying clothes. Make sure that they’re in gender netral colors, please, at least until we can get our hands on a copy of the ultrasound.

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  • Carly

    With your excitement, you didn’t see that there is some spelling errors. “akin” and “netral”

    • Christa

      akin is a word and it fits the context

  • Gin

    Double cool! They are a fantastic couple and I wish them the best.

  • Eileen

    She’s married to the eldest son of the heir apparent. I bet she’s pregnant already.

  • Carly

    akin does not fit the context. Akin means related by blood. How is one “this is akin to her pissing on a stick right there?” I’m pretty sure the author meant asking but meant it in a manner such as askin’

    • asrai

      of kin; related by blood (usually used predicatively): cousins who were too closely akin for marriage.
      2. allied by nature; having the same properties: Something akin to vertigo was troubling her.
      3. having or showing an affinity; kindred: They are emotionally but not intellectually akin.

      She’s a young, newly married woman. It’s not a far jump to wanting children.

  • waldo

    Actually, akin also means “having the same properties,” and DOES fit the context. As in, “As far as I’m concerned, this *has the same properties as* her pissing on a stick right there in the middle of the crowd and having a plus sign pop up.” Funny things, those words with multiple interpretations.

  • Carly

    Regardless of the multiple interpretations (which I will accept your point even if I’m pretty sure the author meant asking), it still doesn’t disregard the fact that there is another spelling error within the article.

    • Lindsay Cross

      Thanks for pointing that out. It was super helpful. And way to stick to your roll as grammar police. We appreciate your dedication.