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Is buying a 'Lord' or 'Lady' title naff?

(48 Posts)
BoysBoysBoysAndMe Sat 22-Sep-12 20:55:35

Just that really.

Can't decide. Think I know a couple of people who would love being called a Lord or Lady.

Would you find it naff if you were on the receiving end?

CMOTDibbler Sat 22-Sep-12 20:59:09

Yes

MrsRobertDuvallHasRosacea Sat 22-Sep-12 20:59:32

God yes,

mellen Sat 22-Sep-12 21:00:02

Are you David Cameron?

If it is an actual title bought by large bung to a political party then I would say not really naff, but unethical. If it is one of the cheap one where you buy 1 sq foot of land on someones estate and a title, then it is naff IMO

expatinscotland Sat 22-Sep-12 21:00:07

YES!

BizarreLoveTriangle Sat 22-Sep-12 21:01:01

Definitely.
But they might feel differently.

LittleBearPad Sat 22-Sep-12 21:02:15

Absolutely

NorbertDentressangle Sat 22-Sep-12 21:02:53

Yes.

Beyond naff.

rhondajean Sat 22-Sep-12 21:03:29

Depends if they would think its a laugh or not!

I did once meet someone who called themselves lady x having bought one of these.

nocake Sat 22-Sep-12 21:04:43

Not only naff but also pointless. It's pretty much impossible to buy a title and most websites that sell them are scams.

fivegomadindorset Sat 22-Sep-12 21:04:58

Yes

phlebas Sat 22-Sep-12 21:05:07

utterly shock

vigglewiggle Sat 22-Sep-12 21:05:07

I would, but if you know them and think they would love it, then go for it!

IamtheZombie Sat 22-Sep-12 21:06:57

Yes.

And, Zombie has received one...

BoysBoysBoysAndMe Sat 22-Sep-12 21:08:33

blushblushblushblush

Well, I would find it naff for me.

Ha! Just thought-I would be LadyBoys!!!

But the couple I'm thinking of are in their early 20's-don't know if that makes a difference.

Thanks for your honesty mnrs!

purplehouse Sat 22-Sep-12 21:09:33

I would absolutely hate it tbh!

Some people like it, I know someone who isn't wealthy but thinks they should be and doesnt come from a really posh family, but thinks he is really posh grin - he'd love it

FancyBread Sat 22-Sep-12 21:11:21

Oh Lordy! that is Extremely naff. In fact I think it's a naff title to use even if it is a proper inherited title. It should only be used by people elected or fairly appointed to a role such as the Lord Mayor of London.
I do not like inherited titles of any kind. I don't want anyone Lording over me just because they were born into a titled family.

GoldandOrangeAnnunziata Sat 22-Sep-12 21:12:11

I think I'd rather be a Baron!

Em, yes! But if you know their sense of humour then why not?

AuraofDora Sat 22-Sep-12 21:12:25

very much so, unless the title was Lord or Lady Naff, then that is quite cool
realistically I cant see it being the start of a meteoric rise into society life either
my sister seriously consider buying a Contessa title, even she thought better of it, in the end

fuckityfuckfuckfuck Sat 22-Sep-12 21:12:46

Unspeakably so

hmc Sat 22-Sep-12 21:13:20

Yes

OldLadyKnowsNothing Sat 22-Sep-12 21:14:24

It's all eco and green, actually. A way to protect the land from developers, and to maintain and improve it now.

scottishmummy Sat 22-Sep-12 21:14:35

what a hoot
I'd buy one
lady scottishmummy

DinosaursOnASpaceship Sat 22-Sep-12 21:15:02

I would so love to buy one of these for my dc.

I am naff though and I don't care smile

Where would a naff person such as myself get one of these?

IamtheZombie Sat 22-Sep-12 21:16:01

The Manorial Society of Great Britain, Dinosaurs.

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