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    I was too young to care or remember.
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    who is Princess Diana?! :eyeball:
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    where were you and how did you hear of the news? Did it affect you at all?

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    i cried, but only because i wasn't sure why my mum was crying
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    No, don't remember where I was. Wasn't that important anyway.
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    I remember I was little, like 6 or 7.

    And I was pissed off that every channel had her funeral on, and there was nothing to watch.
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    I vaguely remember my mum going on a rant about how much she didn't like her, so much so we didn't get any breakfast
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    Was too young to remember it well enough. I vaguely remember my mum crying though.
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    It was all over the radio when she died.

    And the windscreen.

    And the steering wheel.

    And the gear stick.






    Ad Infinitum.
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    No, I don't read The Daily Express.
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    I didn't even know who she was when she died as I was probably 4/5, I recall seeing her on tv but never knew who she was.
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    People die all the time.
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    No, I didn't know her. I don't cry every time I turn on the news and hear a woman's been murdered or that dozens of people have died because of a bomb/natural disaster.
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    people on tsr are old!
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    I vaguely remember complaining that the Sunday morning kids' TV was ****.
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    Why would I? Not trying to be cruel here, but people I don't know die every day, I don't cry for any of them.
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    My mum did and so did my aunt.

    I was a bit too young to remember... 6-7 years old.
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    Did I care when Princess Diana died?
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    I was living in a different country at that time, too young to care and people die everyday.

    I've cried when those nearest and dearest have passed away.
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    I was 6, so I doubt I cried about it.

    I remember my mum being shocked but I don't remember her crying.
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    I didn't know who she was, so I was fairly meh towards the whole situation. I went to go light a candle in Campbell Park for her, but only because I felt I was supposed to :erm:
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    i don't think i cried because i was too young and didn't really get what was going on (kinda like 9/11, except i got what happened but didn't realize how big of a deal it was).

    i do remember watching her funeral on the tv and my parents being sad. that's about it.
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    I was too young to care, but I wouldn't of because I despise the monarchy and people die all the time...
 
 
 
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