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imbored Flag UK 14 Feb 15 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look how dramatic and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?

Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.13pm)

 

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Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look her dramatic, paranoid and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 4.21pm)

Welcome back 'Think'.

 


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imbored Flag UK 14 Feb 15 4.26pm

Quote matt_himself at 14 Feb 2015 4.23pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look her dramatic, paranoid and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 4.21pm)

Welcome back 'Think'.

Batfink?

 

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Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look how dramatic and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?

Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.13pm)


Sorry mate, I don't wear dresses....Considering your apparent view on this I think I'll leave that kind of thing to you.

 


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imbored Flag UK 14 Feb 15 6.31pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 6.22pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look how dramatic and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?

Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.13pm)


Sorry mate, I don't wear dresses....Considering your apparent view on this I think I'll leave that kind of thing to you.

The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)

 

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Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.31pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 6.22pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look how dramatic and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?

Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.13pm)


Sorry mate, I don't wear dresses....Considering your apparent view on this I think I'll leave that kind of thing to you.

The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)


Why do you keep changing your username?

 


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imbored Flag UK 14 Feb 15 6.37pm

Quote matt_himself at 14 Feb 2015 6.34pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.31pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 6.22pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 4.15pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 8.47am

A bridal dress is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If he wants to wear women's clothes then he has plenty of avenues to enable that.....He's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

He's an arsehole.

A grooms outfit is gender specific.

If a shop don't want to cross that line then that's their choice and I support them.

If she wants to wear mens clothes then she has plenty of avenues to enable that.....She's looking for cheap publicity at the cost of trying to demonise a local business which by its very nature depends upon tradition and perception.

She's an arsehole.

Look how dramatic and flouncy it looks when we change the gender. Maybe you should be wearing the dress?

Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.13pm)


Sorry mate, I don't wear dresses....Considering your apparent view on this I think I'll leave that kind of thing to you.

The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)


Why do you keep changing your username?

I'm happy with my username, lol. Why do I have to change it?

 

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Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.31pm


The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)


That's not my argument....I don't give a monkey's whether you are gay or not. My position has been put in my original post.

Sure I think men who like wearing women's clothes are a bit ridiculous but so what....It's a free country....People should tolerate each other....Just like this pillock should tolerate this shop which trades on tradition and perception.

From your posts so far you seem full of assumptions about people's positions without actually addressing their posted words.

 


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Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 6.44pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.31pm


The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)


That's not my argument....I don't give a monkey's whether you are gay or not. My position has been put in my original post.

Sure I think men who like wearing women's clothes are a bit ridiculous but so what....It's a free country....People should tolerate each other....Just like this pillock should tolerate this shop which trades on tradition and perception.

From your posts so far you seem full of assumptions about people's positions without actually addressing their posted words.


I wouldn't waste your time with this character, Stirling.

He changes username every few weeks and appears to be a wind up merchant alter ego of someone who regularly posts on here.

His UKIP reference sums him up.

 


"That was fun and to round off the day, I am off to steal a charity collection box and then desecrate a place of worship. - Smokey, The Selhurst Arms, 26/02/02

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imbored Flag UK 14 Feb 15 6.59pm

Quote matt_himself at 14 Feb 2015 6.55pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 6.44pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.31pm


The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)


That's not my argument....I don't give a monkey's whether you are gay or not. My position has been put in my original post.

Sure I think men who like wearing women's clothes are a bit ridiculous but so what....It's a free country....People should tolerate each other....Just like this pillock should tolerate this shop which trades on tradition and perception.

From your posts so far you seem full of assumptions about people's positions without actually addressing their posted words.


I wouldn't waste your time with this character, Stirling.

He changes username every few weeks and appears to be a wind up merchant alter ego of someone who regularly posts on here.

His UKIP reference sums him up.


You're lost me.. and what exactly is wrong with criticising UKIP? It's the same attitude in the UKIP thread. Criticism is a no go? How does that work exactly?

 

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Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.59pm

You're lost me.. and what exactly is wrong with criticising UKIP? It's the same attitude in the UKIP thread. Criticism is a no go? How does that work exactly?

Reminds me of early 1930's Germany.

 


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Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.59pm

Quote matt_himself at 14 Feb 2015 6.55pm

Quote Stirlingsays at 14 Feb 2015 6.44pm

Quote imbored at 14 Feb 2015 6.31pm


The old 'defending gays so you must be a poofter' stance. I keep waiting for a UKIPer on here to say something against type. Alas I keep waiting.


Edited by imbored (14 Feb 2015 6.31pm)


That's not my argument....I don't give a monkey's whether you are gay or not. My position has been put in my original post.

Sure I think men who like wearing women's clothes are a bit ridiculous but so what....It's a free country....People should tolerate each other....Just like this pillock should tolerate this shop which trades on tradition and perception.

From your posts so far you seem full of assumptions about people's positions without actually addressing their posted words.


I wouldn't waste your time with this character, Stirling.

He changes username every few weeks and appears to be a wind up merchant alter ego of someone who regularly posts on here.

His UKIP reference sums him up.


You're lost me.. and what exactly is wrong with criticising UKIP? It's the same attitude in the UKIP thread. Criticism is a no go? How does that work exactly?

All your posts are designed to wind people up. You equate UKIP with homophobia and bigotry in order to get a response.

I note that you aren't denying that you utilise multiple usernames on here, which indicates that you are.

You are a wind up merchant.

 


"That was fun and to round off the day, I am off to steal a charity collection box and then desecrate a place of worship. - Smokey, The Selhurst Arms, 26/02/02

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