Become a Lord or Lady for £14 @ Groupon
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Become a Lord or Lady for £14 @ Groupon

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Found 23rd Oct 2013
Groupon have an offer on which allows you to become a Lord or Lady for just £14. Description below copied and pasted from Groupon.

•Lord or Lady of Chaol Ghleann title with souvenir pack
•Own one square foot of pasture in the grounds of Dunans Castle
•Deed of entitlement, signed and sealed by present Laird
•Includes downloadable pdf with deeds of entitlement
•Free tour to all Lords and Ladies of the grounds and building
•Access to woodland garden and rivers on the ancient estate
•Titles help towards restoring the historic Highlands castle
•Deeds of entitlement will be posted, signed and presented in presentation folder

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Can I graze my flock on my one square foot of pasture?

Great fun Christmas Present.

Not sure why this is cold. It costs most people £100,000+ in political party donations usually.

Original Poster

SFJnet

Can I graze my flock on my one square foot of pasture?



Only if the flock in question are insects

Becoming a 'Lord' through Groupon? I think the world has hit a new low.

I think you can call yourself Laird, but not Lord. Lady is OK though, although its probably better to be a woman .... This is also on ebay for £19.99

Not user if it's the same as in this article or not. Worth a read. Might still be a bit of fun for £14 but sounds like a bit of a money earner for someone.

danborini86

Only if the flock in question are insects



if I got this for Xmas I would not be happy. waste of money

Wonder if a Laird from Groupon is a higher status then a Laird from ebay....

iirc you can't use the title officially on anything its merely a certificate saying someone says your lord/lady over their land
Edited by: "joedastudd" 23rd Oct 2013

Or you could win a few tennis matches,or ride a few bike races....say " the olympics were for the whole country"....ala "lord Coe....obe,mbe,sir. Can I get anymore letters before/after my name....
"Sir Bradley".....made a fortune for riding a bike...."Sir Chris" the same .....sickening

Purchased to go along with my 1" x 1" spot on the moon. (_;)

"Own one square foot of pasture in the grounds of Dunans Castle " - Unless it's registered in the Land Register of Scotland (which would cost more than £14!) then you don't "own" anything except a PDF and a made up title.

So I can set up a website and sell a piece of paper for £200.. Sounds like a good idea
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