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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Option5 in How do you know if someone is Vegan?   
    Is that a portmanteau of human and nibbles?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from spunko in How do you know if someone is Vegan?   
    A serious conundrum...
    If a Vegan is from YORKSHIRE, what do they say to you first?
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    unregistered_guest reacted to The Generation Game in Oh, the Umunnaty!   
    First they laugh at you, 
    Then they forget about you,
    Then you fight them at the ballot boxes, 
    Then you lose. Or something. 
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from spunko in How do you know if someone is Vegan?   
    A serious conundrum...
    If a Vegan is from YORKSHIRE, what do they say to you first?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from spunko in How do you know if someone is Vegan?   
    A serious conundrum...
    If a Vegan is from YORKSHIRE, what do they say to you first?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from spunko in How do you know if someone is Vegan?   
    A serious conundrum...
    If a Vegan is from YORKSHIRE, what do they say to you first?
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    unregistered_guest reacted to Carl Fimble in Unisex toilets. Another brilliant idea   
    Toilet Pan(opticon). 
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from TheBlueCat in The cult of corbyn   
    Well, the Islington Peoples' Popular Front would definitely get my vote. But not the People's Front of Islington - obviously. Splitters! 
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Tommy Robinson thread   
    Look, you can't expect George Soros to pay for everything.
    He isn't made of money, you know!
    Back of an envelope calculation suggests that if all the occupants are unwaged/students who just want a cheap shopping trip to Manchester, then a full coach will just about break even. And they save a quid, compared to the cheapest National Express seats.
    However, if you stuff if with altruistic do-gooders (who may even donate so that someone else can travel free), then it's 100%+ profit - kerching!
    But, obviously, the business model doesn't scale well if you intend to make a living leeching off anti-racism. You'd need at least two coaches full of generous, committed activists and a commitment from Tommy Robinson (whose real name is actually Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, in case you didn't know) that he would hold monthly rallies for you to protest at in order to approach minimum wage if flogging anti-racist tourism was to be your only source of income.
    "Roll up, roll up! Come and see the space aliens from Amazonia in their natural habitat..."
     
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from eight in Happy Gesture Day   
    The agenda being that the shopkeeper is scared that a white right-wing extremist will accuse him of cultural appropriation and then kill him?
    What sort of intolerant lunatic kills muslim shopkeepers who wish their customers a happy Easter?
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    unregistered_guest reacted to twocents in Brexit Betrayal thread - Part 2   
    They've just gone and proved for good that the Germans really don't have a sense of humour.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from DeepLurker in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    I feel it's time for the re-telling of Pastor Gene Scott's sermon on the Parable of the Cowboy and the Lesbian
    And it came to pass that a cowboy walked into a bar. He was wearing his cowboy hat, his cowboy boots, his leather chaps and his jingly jangly spurs. He went to the bar and stood beside a tall muscular lady, smoking a cigar.
    She turned to him and asked, "Are you a cowboy?"
    And he answered, saying "Yes ma-am. I've got my cowboy hat and my cowboy boots, my leather chaps and my jingly jangly spurs. Every morning I go out on my horse and ride the range."
    She replied, "I'm a lesbian. Do you know what that means?" The cowboy had no idea, so she told him. "It means that when I wake up, I think about having sex with women. When I eat my lunch, I think about having sex with women. When I lay myself down to sleep, my last thought is about having sex with women. Why even now, while talking to you, I'm thinking about having sex with women!" She blew a puff of smoke in his face and walked slowly away.
    Another man sidled up next to him at the bar and asked, "Are you a real cowboy?"
    The cowboy answered, "Well, I used to think so - but now I'm not so sure. I think I'm actually a lesbian..."
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Online trolls may be barred from being MP or councillor   
    I can't believe what I'm reading.
    By posting remarks on social media, carefully crafted to intimidate both the former and current foreign secretaries, David Lammy has clearly demonstrated that he is nothing more than an internet troll. He therefore cannot be trusted to hold any form of responsible position in a fair, democratic society.
    I demand that he resigns from public office immediately and never stands for election again.
    That's how this trollfinder general lark works, isn't it?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Online trolls may be barred from being MP or councillor   
    This could get very, very awkward.
    If any hint of potential 'intimidation' of a public servant will automatically disqualify you from the electoral process; I imagine the trollfinders general of each party will be looking at their opposite numbers' social media history very carefully.
    Sadly, it also means the end of a number of high profile seams of comedy gold.
    Goodbye David. Thanks for the laughs you've given us over the years...
     
     
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Which word springs to your mind when you watch this advert?   
    It's a fair cop, guvnor.
    I did think about changing my comment to blasphemous Ahmadi who was heroically slain in a sharia sanctioned extra-judicial execution by 'proper' muslim Tanveer Ahmed - but at that point I felt a ripple in the force while trying to channel the spirit of the So-Called BBC. Because, as we all know, the Ahmadiyya are 'proper' muslims when the establishment need to portray a compassionate, human side to islam.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in Which word springs to your mind when you watch this advert?   
    Because no-one's going to make an advert depicting a skinhead showing compassion on someone from a different cultural background?
    Can't think why not. Where's their sense of diversity? Shouldn't stereotypes be challenged?
    Perhaps the parable of the Good Samaritan needs a bit of a makeover...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from sarahbell in Which word springs to your mind when you watch this advert?   
    As for a word that springs to mind when you watch the heartwarming advert...
    One name: Asad Shah.
    A kindly muslim gentleman who ran a newsagent's shop in Glasgow, going the extra mile to wish his Christian customers a happy Easter...
    ...until he was savagely murdered by a white right-wing extremist.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from sarahbell in Which word springs to your mind when you watch this advert?   
    As for a word that springs to mind when you watch the heartwarming advert...
    One name: Asad Shah.
    A kindly muslim gentleman who ran a newsagent's shop in Glasgow, going the extra mile to wish his Christian customers a happy Easter...
    ...until he was savagely murdered by a white right-wing extremist.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from UmBongo in Protecting from the insanity   
    You're supposed to watch the Wizard of Oz with the sound turned down while you listen to the album - allegedly.
     
     
     
    I see what you did there!
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Funny sort of 'vision' when they're currently advertising for a Project Officer for Contracted Solutions & ETE Support.
    Very interesting job description, given the current situation in France - but no, nothing to see here. It's all pure fabrication by mad Brexiteers...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Funny sort of 'vision' when they're currently advertising for a Project Officer for Contracted Solutions & ETE Support.
    Very interesting job description, given the current situation in France - but no, nothing to see here. It's all pure fabrication by mad Brexiteers...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Funny sort of 'vision' when they're currently advertising for a Project Officer for Contracted Solutions & ETE Support.
    Very interesting job description, given the current situation in France - but no, nothing to see here. It's all pure fabrication by mad Brexiteers...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Anglepoise in https://www.buysperm.co.uk   
    So, is there another website catering to the potential 'sellers'?
    Perhaps called something like WeBuyAnySperm.co.uk...?
    Asking for a friend...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Anglepoise in https://www.buysperm.co.uk   
    So, is there another website catering to the potential 'sellers'?
    Perhaps called something like WeBuyAnySperm.co.uk...?
    Asking for a friend...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from billfunk in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Does not compute!
    Surely the raison d'etre for the EU is protectionism?