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View kev64's Profile kev64 Flag Cambs 13 Sep 17 3.22pm Send a Private Message to kev64 Add kev64 as a friend

Originally posted by Pikester

I don't think it is but I know black people who call each other n***** and I know white people who joke with their black and Asian friends who in return will call them 'Honkey' etc.
It's all about intent in my book.
There was a lesbian at my wife's firm and the other girls called her 'Muff Diver' to her face because she was ok with it.

If you see a group of blokes in a pub they'll call each other "Fatty", "Ginge", "Tubster" , "Lanky" etc. etc.
They'll know what they can call each other - but they wouldn't go up to a stranger and call them "Fatty" or a N*****.

I hope that answers your question.

I would of doubted that she was ok with it , more likely she couldn't be arsed to argue the toss as she would of been blamed as she had no sense of humour and further talked about.

If you have left primary school really no need.

 

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View Bin Liner's Profile Bin Liner Flag London , Southfields 13 Sep 17 3.24pm Send a Private Message to Bin Liner Add Bin Liner as a friend

Originally posted by kev64

I would of doubted that she was ok with it , more likely she couldn't be arsed to argue the toss as she would of been blamed as she had no sense of humour and further talked about.

If you have left primary school really no need.

she might have even instigated it

 


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Brinscall Eagle Flag Brinscall Lancashire/ Villamartin ... 13 Sep 17 3.27pm

Originally posted by Harpo

My rife has the initials RH.

Her name is Wosemawy.

Wow or is that Row . Confused now!

 

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View Pikester's Profile Pikester Flag Worthing 13 Sep 17 3.29pm Send a Private Message to Pikester Add Pikester as a friend

Originally posted by kev64

I would of doubted that she was ok with it , more likely she couldn't be arsed to argue the toss as she would of been blamed as she had no sense of humour and further talked about.

If you have left primary school really no need.

She introduced herself to me as 'Muff'. I think she was ok with it.
Not everyone in the world is oversensitive. Unfortunately all the sensitive ones are on Palace Talk today. Do you people ever joke about anything? Ever?
It's not about being childish.... well maybe a little... but more about taking the seriousness out of situations. Every comedy programme or film has someone as the butt of the joke. Even something as inoffensive as 'Friends' makes jokes about people.

Do you lot really get offended by every joke or every remark aimed at someone?
I bet the office party is a right humdinger.

 


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View kev64's Profile kev64 Flag Cambs 13 Sep 17 3.46pm Send a Private Message to kev64 Add kev64 as a friend

Originally posted by Bin Liner

she might have even instigated it

Absolutely you love going to work to be called muff eater because your lesbian.

Much like when a member of bar staff who got insulted after I overheard her saying the food is for baldie to the waitress bringing over my food. I thanked the waitress and told her to thank the donut eating fat t*** behind the bar.

It mattered not I had just shaved my head due to chemo treatment, just pissed me off that adults just can't see it, nothing about being offended for others or sensitive, I spent 12 years in the Army so I know the difference between banter and being an imature knob.

 

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View Bin Liner's Profile Bin Liner Flag London , Southfields 13 Sep 17 3.46pm Send a Private Message to Bin Liner Add Bin Liner as a friend

people who are hugely clinically obese and overweight can often be refereed to as "Slim"a nickname being used in a kind endearing way.

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View Bin Liner's Profile Bin Liner Flag London , Southfields 13 Sep 17 3.48pm Send a Private Message to Bin Liner Add Bin Liner as a friend

Originally posted by kev64

Absolutely you love going to work to be called muff eater because your lesbian.

Much like when a member of bar staff who got insulted after I overheard her saying the food is for baldie to the waitress bringing over my food. I thanked the waitress and told her to thank the donut eating fat t*** behind the bar.

It mattered not I had just shaved my head due to chemo treatment, just pissed me off that adults just can't see it, nothing about being offended for others or sensitive, I spent 12 years in the Army so I know the difference between banter and being an imature knob.

thats an extreme case isnt it? I'm sure if the lady in question had known of your condition it would have been unlikely she would have been so insensitive if you read Pikesters last comment she introduced herself as Muffdiver, people in service industry roles always use nicknames or a word that distinguishes someone as it was unlikley she knew your name, if you had been tubby,tall or ginger it would have been likley a word of similar nature would have been used as she was directing her colleague.

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View Pikester's Profile Pikester Flag Worthing 13 Sep 17 3.51pm Send a Private Message to Pikester Add Pikester as a friend

Originally posted by kev64

Absolutely you love going to work to be called muff eater because your lesbian.

Much like when a member of bar staff who got insulted after I overheard her saying the food is for baldie to the waitress bringing over my food. I thanked the waitress and told her to thank the donut eating fat t*** behind the bar.

It mattered not I had just shaved my head due to chemo treatment, just pissed me off that adults just can't see it, nothing about being offended for others or sensitive, I spent 12 years in the Army so I know the difference between banter and being an imature knob.

If your wife/best mate called you baldie would you be equally offended?
The point I'm trying to make is that it is possible to call people names without intending to be offensive or without causing offence.
My wife and I call each other a whole load of jokey names. If we said them to a stranger we'd get beaten up.
Is it immature? Endearing? I don't know - but it's not up to other people to get offended on either of our behalves or judge if we're upset by the comments.

 


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chateauferret Flag 13 Sep 17 3.57pm

Does anyone w^Hremember the Singing Dustman in Only Fools and Horses? Del hires him on the basis of one performance without "Rs" in it, and then puts Raquel with him and they sing "Cwying", "The Gween Gween Gwass of Home" etc. "Noone who can't pwonounce their Rs have ever become successful", he complains.

Well, Woy did.

 


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View kev64's Profile kev64 Flag Cambs 13 Sep 17 4.02pm Send a Private Message to kev64 Add kev64 as a friend

Originally posted by Pikester

If your wife/best mate called you baldie would you be equally offended?
The point I'm trying to make is that it is possible to call people names without intending to be offensive or without causing offence.
My wife and I call each other a whole load of jokey names. If we said them to a stranger we'd get beaten up.
Is it immature? Endearing? I don't know - but it's not up to other people to get offended on either of our behalves or judge if we're upset by the comments.

If friends or people I know have a discussion with me fine, believe me not knowing if your going to be here in 12 months time to see if Roy sorts out Palace it gives you a very dark sense of humour and name calling is way down my list.

What f***ed me is some dick behind a bar thinking he was being funny, he doesn't know me so treat people with respect.

I'm pretty sure if I walked in the bar and said hey fat f*** get me a beer he wouldn't of been happy.

I don't know Roy and until I've had a beer with him and he says it's fine happy days ( even then I can say Roy so why bother), then be respectful it's as easy as that.

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View bristolgriff's Profile bristolgriff Flag Bristol 13 Sep 17 4.06pm Send a Private Message to bristolgriff Add bristolgriff as a friend

Originally posted by eagle180

We mean it with affection and wespect, we weally do.

Stwike him, Centuwion, vewy woughly!

 

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View steph_eagle's Profile steph_eagle Flag Thornton Heath 13 Sep 17 4.14pm Send a Private Message to steph_eagle Add steph_eagle as a friend

Oh ffs. This is reminding me of when someone moaned about people calling Fat Sam, Fat Sam.

Does it really bloody matter.

 

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