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minestrone
20th July 2010, 12:39
What are they all about?

Walking about in their man trousers with short spikey man hair cuts, man shoes and man shirts.

If I came in here wearing a skirt suit, blouse and matching court shoes I would be thrown out the front door by the security guards.

original PM
20th July 2010, 12:41
why not see if you can 'cure' them?


:rolleyes:

minestrone
20th July 2010, 12:45
They ain't worth 'curing' I can tell you.

ads1980
20th July 2010, 12:45
What are they all about?

Walking about in their man trousers with short spikey man hair cuts, man shoes and man shirts.

If I came in here wearing a skirt suit, blouse and matching court shoes I would be thrown out the front door by the security guards.

Dont be so sure about that!!!! The previous place I contracted at had 2 men/women. They were both big burley fellas deciding they should be women. Both went the full hog as well by getting the op done in Thailand but before they did, they used to come in to work dressed up as women and it looked a sight I can tell you!! If I had been working on security, I think I would have thrown them out though!!:sick

SueEllen
20th July 2010, 13:47
Dont be so sure about that!!!! The previous place I contracted at had 2 men/women. They were both big burley fellas deciding they should be women. Both went the full hog as well by getting the op done in Thailand but before they did, they used to come in to work dressed up as women and it looked a sight I can tell you!! If I had been working on security, I think I would have thrown them out though!!:sick

You can't.

It's against their human rights and the sex discrimination law.

I use to have to be careful when I lived in Manchester not to laugh loudly on the bus when this transsexual use to come on dressed as a woman. Unfortunately he should have taken some tips from the Drag Oueens as he looked awful.

minestrone
20th July 2010, 13:52
I bet it is nearly impossible to sack a transexual.

Suity, it might be your only chance to feed your family for the next 20 years!

sasguru
20th July 2010, 13:54
I use to have to be careful when I lived in Manchester not to laugh loudly on the bus when this transsexual use to come on dressed as a woman. Unfortunately he should have taken some tips from the Drag Oueens as he looked awful.

Do you feelin like laughing at homosexuals, cripples and schizophrenics too?

original PM
20th July 2010, 14:03
Do you feelin like laughing at homosexuals, cripples and schizophrenics too?

only 1 of me does...

centurian
20th July 2010, 14:24
I use to have to be careful when I lived in Manchester not to laugh loudly on the bus when this transsexual use to come on dressed as a woman.

Unless you were the bus driver, or their employer, it would probably be lawful to do so under discrimination laws, because you haven't discriminated against them in the form of services/employment etc.

However, at a stretch, you might be nailed under Section 5, Public Order Act.

Zippy
20th July 2010, 14:29
However, at a stretch, you might be nailed under Section 5, Public Order Act.

Do you think a discreet snigger would get you busted?

MarillionFan
20th July 2010, 14:31
Do you feelin like laughing at homosexuals, cripples and schizophrenics too?

If it was a gay psycho in a wheelchair it would raise a smile from me. I stand behind them and whisper their name quietly and in in the style of Kenneth Williams

'ooooo Sasguru'

sasguru
20th July 2010, 14:32
If it was a gay psycho in a wheelchair it would raise a smile from me. I stand behind them and whisper their name quietly and in in the style of Kenneth Williams

'ooooo Sasguru'

Well tis true that I have no compunction about laughing at the retards on CUK like SB etc.

northernladuk
20th July 2010, 14:41
Do you think a discreet snigger would get you busted?

Maybe not by the public order act but looking at some of the transexuals in Manchester a hard punch in gob wouldn't be too unusual and definately something to be avoided.

MarillionFan
20th July 2010, 15:12
Maybe not by the public order act but looking at some of the transexuals in Manchester a hard punch in gob wouldn't be too unusual and definately something to be avoided.

If you will overdo the eyeliner NL!!!!

xoggoth
20th July 2010, 15:38
A cross dresser isn't necessarily homosexual so would the discrimination laws apply? Why is it any different to me turning up at work in my old gardening trousers cos I'm a scruffy old git?

Interesting these laws, what if an originally male Transexual, now a woman, felt like cross dressing and turned up as a man and then said he was lesbian? If you sniggered you could presumably get done four times because a bloke looked and acted like a bloke.

PS I tried the missus's nickers on once but it felt very lonely in there, like being in an empty sports stadium.

Doggy Styles
20th July 2010, 15:43
In Wales they come to work dressed as sheep. They don't like you laughing at them.

TimberWolf
20th July 2010, 15:45
Who is the prettiest famous lesbian?

Doggy Styles
20th July 2010, 15:46
Who is the prettiest famous lesbian?Kylie

That's just a guess though.

MaryPoppins
20th July 2010, 15:48
Kylie

That's just a guess though.

:laugh

Zippy
20th July 2010, 15:49
Who is the prettiest famous lesbian?

Katie Melua?

MaryPoppins
20th July 2010, 15:54
Katie Melua?

Is she one? I could only think of Ellen Deg-wasserface, and KD Lang. Isn't Ellen going out with Portia thingy?

I'm not great with names.

Zippy
20th July 2010, 16:02
Is she one? I could only think of Ellen Deg-wasserface, and KD Lang. Isn't Ellen going out with Portia thingy?

I'm not great with names.

Techically I think she bats for both sides.

TimberWolf
20th July 2010, 16:09
Techically I think she bats for both sides.

She looks better than most of the lesbians I've been looking at.

Looks like Simon Singh tried to get his leg over? Is that when she allegedly turned lesbian?



On 30 September 2005, Melua came under criticism in The Guardian from writer and scientist Simon Singh for the lyrics of the track "Nine Million Bicycles". Melua's disputed lyrics were:
“ We are 12 billion light-years from the edge. That's a guess - no-one can ever say it's true, but I know that I will always be with you. ”

They were interpreted by Singh as an assault on the accuracy of the work of cosmologists which sparked a series of letters from other Guardian readers, agreeing or disagreeing. On 15 October, Melua and Singh appeared on the BBC's Today programme, and Melua unveiled a re-recording of the song which included Singh's tongue-in-cheek amendments to the lyrics:
“ We are 13.7 billion light-years from the edge of the observable universe, That's a good estimate with well-defined error bars, And with the available information, I predict that I will always be with you. ”

Both sides amicably agreed that the new lyrics were less likely to achieve commercial success, amidst a discussion about scientific accuracy versus artistic licence.

centurian
20th July 2010, 16:12
Do you think a discreet snigger would get you busted?

In reality, almost certainly not...

But Section 4A and Section 5 of the Public Order Act are quite wide ranging and basically means saying anything that somebody else takes offence to (in a public place).

In practice, it has to be something pretty extreme before the CPS will look at it.