Things to be sent to Room 101

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Post by Ashby Rock Chick » Wed Jul 19, 2006 11:03 am

Yes but the world would be a much better place eh Kinny? 8)
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Post by Kinoulton » Wed Jul 19, 2006 11:28 am

No bout a doubt it!

And next into Room 101 goes all High Street banks.
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Post by DCat » Wed Jul 19, 2006 12:11 pm

Do I detect a gripe here Kinny?

Incompetent personnel officers are today's nomination (no insult to personnel officers generally, just incompetent ones!)
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Post by Kinoulton » Wed Jul 19, 2006 12:37 pm

Cue: the Personnel Officer joke?

The Personel dies and goes to heaven. He assumes that this is his destiny, but St Peter tells him not to rush into it, but to have a look around.

So he looks around Heaven and everywhere is green and tranquil with masses of space, little babbling brooks and hardly another sound except for the odd twitter of birds.

It seems perfect, but Peter tells him to go and have a look at Hell, in any case. So he goes to Hell and Satan shows him around.

He is flabbergasted. The place is just one massive party. People are drinking, dancing, and beautiful young ladies are constantly smiling at him, stroking his hair and telling him what a good time he might have.

Our Personnel Officer goes back to Peter and says: "Look mate, you've got a fabulous place up here, but I've decided I'm going to spend eternity in Hell."

Peter smiles and says: "No problem, I did tell you to look at both options."

Satan escorts him back down to Hell and once there, Satan throws the Personel Officer into a burning stinking fetid pit. Dozens of people with horrible sores and pussy wounds are crying with anguish as the flames lick around them.

"What's happening?" he yells up at Satan. "What happened to the party, the dancing, the beautiful girls?"

Satan smiles back: "That was the interview, mate. This is the job." :twisted:
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Post by Kinoulton » Wed Jul 19, 2006 3:12 pm

But you must know the well worn story of the woman who sued McDanolds after she slipped over on some coffee.

It was coffee that she'd just thrown at her boyfriend in a row.

She won her case and got compensation.
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Post by Cornish Tiger » Wed Jul 19, 2006 6:55 pm

Once they've managed to park their caravan - the holidaymakers who -

don't bother to read the safety notices on the beach and end up getting carried out by rip tides. The flags aren't just there to be pretty.

put their precious children in a dinghy in the sea and think they'll be safe

have a picnic under the cliffs whch has a big sign saying danger - falling rocks.

paddle in the sea without flipflops and get stung by weaver fish

dig massive holes in the sand and don't fill them in again before they leave

Every year - like lemmings! The deaths rarely make the nationals. But it fills the Cornish Guardian nicely. Yep - went to the beach today..
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Post by DCat » Wed Jul 19, 2006 8:20 pm

Hi CT - not seen you recently.

Ditto to what you've said, also to kids who jump in rivers and canals where it says don't jump. The signs are there for a reason. One drowned in Leicester today in the canal, and there were dozens of the not so little darlings jumping into the Soar at Abbey Park. it's full of nasty looking weed, rat :censored: (sorry censor) and god know what discarded stuff - then they'll probably sue the council if they get something nasty.

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Post by simon redshaw » Wed Jul 19, 2006 10:56 pm

Debbie I agree with your point about the kids jumping into the Soar at Abbey Park and then making a claim.

My one is very different. Let me say on this I by no means intend to offend any of you very nice ladies on this forum. Its not entirely easy to put this but will in my best manner:

I would like to send into Room 101 the women who expose any part of their cleavage or whatever you like to call it in public, particularly on television programmes. There seems to be a growing tendency for it. I may be old-fashioned on this, but I don't particularly want to see their embellishments at all when watching a public programme or elsewhere. Lets get back to some form of pride and decency.

Sorry if that sounds bad Iain, but how I feel about a growing trend in society.

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Post by Iain » Wed Jul 19, 2006 11:40 pm

Doesn't sound bad at all.

That said... I've never really been against that as such...

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Post by simon redshaw » Wed Jul 19, 2006 11:50 pm

Thanks Iain.

I don't really like the over exposure. Some do go over the top and certainly show too much. Surely there are better places to watch that sort of thing, ie with your partner, then a programme all sorts of people may watch including those very sensitive. A public programme shown particularly at the watershed should at least respect the views and sensitivites of all. Maybe I'm just in a minority.

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Post by Kinoulton » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:57 am

Well I'm not a woman, but I am married to one.

I think it's down to style. Women who know how to dress can use their cleavage or a bit of leg, to great effect and look stylish and attractive.

I would agree that fat blotchy old women who insist on parading around in swimming costumes even though they don't intend to swim, are a complete eyesore.

As are some of the younger generation who want to display rolls and rolls of belly fat in the gap between their trousers and their inadequate top.

But for me, no way should all cleavage go into Room 101.
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Post by simon redshaw » Thu Jul 20, 2006 9:34 am

I suppose its something to do with my conservative parents then that I am like I am! :wink: It just doesn't anything special for me to see a lot of cleavage exposed. Whether or not the woman knows how to dress in style they should think of how others might feel and cover it up in public rather then expose it. In private, but not on display. The part ahead of the cleavage is fine but not the cleavage itself in my view!

Lets put it another way, us blokes aren't supposed to show off their chests even though some do, the women don't tend to like it. So shouldn't it be the same for them? I do look at that part of a woman as any bloke would do but still don't want to see them on display!

I agree with your other points Kin, particularly the displays of body fat between the trousers and the inadequate top. Also your point about the fat blotchy old women is very good.

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Post by simon redshaw » Thu Jul 20, 2006 9:42 am

While I'm on a bit of a roll here, I will also put the very short skimpy skirts in. I know they were fashionable in the sixties and seem to be more now but it makes such women look frankly like t..a..r..t..s. Mind you some of them are pretty rough.

They should dress with a bit more decorum and have more decency. The woman wth the classier dress sense will show their legs more elegantly. Or why not wear shorts and then it would be nicer? :wink:

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