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Photos of Michelle Obama in London for G20

First Lady Flies High on First Trip Abroad

Riding high with a 76 percent approval rating back home (compared to her husband's 66 percent), First Lady Michelle Obama has wasted no time charming the Brits on her first trip abroad as first lady. Meanwhile, angry protesters have stormed the Royal Bank of Scotland and tested police. But let's get back to Michelle for now.

In town for the G20 summit, Michelle and her husband have studied up on protocol for their meeting with the queen (don't shake her hand!!). Since the in-flight etiquette lesson, Michelle has been practicing chitchatting in London.

Today, Michelle and Sarah Brown, the wife of Britain's prime minister, visited a British cancer center. Tonight America's first couple will dine with prominent British women and other world leaders at Downing Street. Rumor has it that Michelle will sit next to JK Rowling! How fun.


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chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Stef, there's no need to be nasty. I never said I missed a lot of news, I said I was a news junkie who watched it daily and did not remember seeing a report you claim aired. I was disparaging the gift to the Browns, not the gift to the queen, and you know that. Once again, I'm reminded that there's no winning an argument with you, and I wonder why I continue to engage in your circular arguments. ;) We'll never agree, you turn to pettiness and insults when you feel as though your point may be being disproved, and I wish you the best of luck with that argument style. I said I was done last night, was drawn in again today, and that was a mistake. I'm done, the Obamas made gaffes, the Bushes made gaffes which are completely irrelevant to the Obamas' gaffes, and that's the only conclusion that can be agreed upon.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Stef, there's no need to be nasty. I never said I missed a lot of news, I said I was a news junkie who watched it daily and did not remember seeing a report you claim aired. I was disparaging the gift to the Browns, not the gift to the queen, and you know that. Once again, I'm reminded that there's no winning an argument with you, and I wonder why I continue to engage in your circular arguments. ;) We'll never agree, you turn to pettiness and insults when you feel as though your point may be being disproved, and I wish you the best of luck with that argument style. I said I was done last night, was drawn in again today, and that was a mistake. I'm done, the Obamas made gaffes, the Bushes made gaffes which are completely irrelevant to the Obamas' gaffes, and that's the only conclusion that can be agreed upon.
stephley stephley 7 years
The Queen asked for an iPod - you can look that fact up yourself. I doubt you know what the last president you think fondly of gave anyone, considering your own comments involving how much of the news you missed.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
When you're grasping at straws so desperately, it's pretty clear you have no legitimate points left. How exactly was Bush brought up when I commented on when the British PM visited the Obamas? :oy: Also, since I don't think the last president I think fondly of gave shitty gifts (since he had at least some sense and decorum,) and since I personally have never given thoughtless gifts to foreign ministers, I'm going to go ahead and criticize. But the irony of you insisting that only people who're blameless can ever criticize is not lost on me, and is always good for a laugh! I'll just infer that it was intentional. ;)
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
When you're grasping at straws so desperately, it's pretty clear you have no legitimate points left. How exactly was Bush brought up when I commented on when the British PM visited the Obamas? :oy: Also, since I don't think the last president I think fondly of gave shitty gifts (since he had at least some sense and decorum,) and since I personally have never given thoughtless gifts to foreign ministers, I'm going to go ahead and criticize. But the irony of you insisting that only people who're blameless can ever criticize is not lost on me, and is always good for a laugh! I'll just infer that it was intentional. ;)
stephley stephley 7 years
Bush came into it because of this comment: "Thank God that they took an etiquette lesson! Their embarrassing gaffes last time they saw the Brits were almost too much to bear." and this: "You can't put lipstick on a pig and call it a lady, and you can't pretend that he's being respectful of people and other nations." It's that whole 'let he who is without sin' thing. By the way, I LOVE the way you guys declare yourselves winners - it cracks me up every time!
stephley stephley 7 years
Bush came into it because of this comment:"Thank God that they took an etiquette lesson! Their embarrassing gaffes last time they saw the Brits were almost too much to bear."and this:"You can't put lipstick on a pig and call it a lady, and you can't pretend that he's being respectful of people and other nations."It's that whole 'let he who is without sin' thing.By the way, I LOVE the way you guys declare yourselves winners - it cracks me up every time!
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Because, Modus, when one has lost a debate on a particular point, some prefer to grasp wildly at straws rather than to concede. Hence why I ended the discussion with her. Clearly, logic had flown out the window prior to her Bush comment.
Modus-Vivendi Modus-Vivendi 7 years
Seriously. Why does what Bush did have any bearing?
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
as usual the come back involves "but bush did..." tragically predictable.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
I'm not sure how anyone without a victim complex would see one bringing up points in answer to a question as "unfairly targeting" someone. :oy: There were many gaffes made by both administrations, one administration is relevant to the discussion. Bringing up another is neither here nor there. I'm done debating this with you. If you're going to turn it into "talking about the Obamas in a way I don't like is unfairly targeting them" then there's clearly no discussion to be had. Have a great night.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
I'm not sure how anyone without a victim complex would see one bringing up points in answer to a question as "unfairly targeting" someone. :oy: There were many gaffes made by both administrations, one administration is relevant to the discussion. Bringing up another is neither here nor there.I'm done debating this with you. If you're going to turn it into "talking about the Obamas in a way I don't like is unfairly targeting them" then there's clearly no discussion to be had. Have a great night.
stephley stephley 7 years
I'm just completing your list of faux pas. I didn't want anyone to think you were unfairly targeting one administration.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
When have I pretended that Bush was respectful to other nations? When has anyone pretended this?
stephley stephley 7 years
George Bush's faux pas: rubbing the German chancellor's shoulders, referring to Prime Minister at a summit as "yo, Blair", winking at Queen Elizabeth, making fun at a news conference of a sight-impaired reporter... "You can't put lipstick on a pig and call it a lady, and you can't pretend that he's being respectful of people and other nations."
stephley stephley 7 years
George Bush's faux pas: rubbing the German chancellor's shoulders, referring to Prime Minister at a summit as "yo, Blair", winking at Queen Elizabeth, making fun at a news conference of a sight-impaired reporter... "You can't put lipstick on a pig and call it a lady, and you can't pretend that he's being respectful of people and other nations."
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Lil, to use a certain sugar's favorite tactic, I'm going to provide you with a definition of gaffe: faux pas: a socially awkward or tactless act according to princeton's web dictionary. The five incidents briefly discussed above can certainly be all be defined as a faux pas!
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Lil, to use a certain sugar's favorite tactic, I'm going to provide you with a definition of gaffe: <i>faux pas: a socially awkward or tactless act</i> according to princeton's web dictionary. The five incidents briefly discussed above can certainly be all be defined as a faux pas!
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Sorry, stef, I didn't track this thread and more or less forgot about it. It's customary to give unique, meaningful gifts to foreign leaders and their children (like first edition classic books or unique and beautiful clothing,) not thoughtless pieces of shit (that you can pick up in the WH gift shop for $15, or which a foreign leader can't even use,) as the Obamas did. That's a gaffe, and very disrespectful. Saying "fuck it!" to custom and shaking the queen's hand with two hands? A big gaffe, and very disrespectful. Clinton's tacky ass "who painted it?" comment in Mexico, when viewing the Virgin of Guadalupe image? That's a gaffe, very disrespectful, and something she would know as a person with an education or if she'd looked at the brochure for like, 30 seconds before entering the shrine. A gaffe, and a disrespect which he implicitly endorsed by choosing her. Or, how about the "reset" button that they gave to the Russians that said "Overcharge" instead of reset? Are you going to tell me that they don't have a single person in the entire state department who can speak Russian? What an embarrassing gaffe! Making a joke at the expense of the handicapped? That's a gaffe. You can't put lipstick on a pig and call it a lady, and you can't pretend that he's being respectful of people and other nations.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Sorry, stef, I didn't track this thread and more or less forgot about it.It's customary to give unique, meaningful gifts to foreign leaders and their children (like first edition classic books or unique and beautiful clothing,) not thoughtless pieces of shit (that you can pick up in the WH gift shop for $15, or which a foreign leader can't even use,) as the Obamas did. That's a gaffe, and very disrespectful. Saying "fuck it!" to custom and shaking the queen's hand with two hands? A <b>big</b> gaffe, and very disrespectful.Clinton's tacky ass "who painted it?" comment in Mexico, when viewing the Virgin of Guadalupe image? That's a gaffe, very disrespectful, and something she would know as a person with an education or if she'd looked at the brochure for like, 30 seconds before entering the shrine. A gaffe, and a disrespect which he implicitly endorsed by choosing her. Or, how about the "reset" button that they gave to the Russians that said "Overcharge" instead of reset? Are you going to tell me that they don't have a single person in the entire state department who can speak Russian? What an embarrassing gaffe!Making a joke at the expense of the handicapped? That's a gaffe. You can't put lipstick on a pig and call it a lady, and you can't pretend that he's being respectful of people and other nations.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
the one dress lookes like a picture of a tiny dress on top of a black dress, wierd. I just dont like her style, she isnt a small woman, she is big boned and the outfits just look awkward on her.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
the one dress lookes like a picture of a tiny dress on top of a black dress, wierd. I just dont like her style, she isnt a small woman, she is big boned and the outfits just look awkward on her.
em1282 em1282 7 years
Thank GOD the Obamas didn't fling poo and smell their own armpits whilst in London. They learned their human manners just in time.
stephley stephley 7 years
You and your standards Lili!
stephley stephley 7 years
You and your standards Lili!
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