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    I got cut up by a female driver this am , who proceeded to give me the finger. Now you cant blame that on the alocohol fuelled chavessness we see on the streets on a saturday night.
    I liked it when they were all dainty and ladylike , did what they were told and didn't f@rt. Why did they go for equality when they already had superiority ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    I got cut up by a female driver this am , who proceeded to give me the finger. Now you cant blame that on the alocohol fuelled chavessness we see on the streets on a saturday night.
    I liked it when they were all dainty and ladylike , did what they were told and didn't f@rt. Why did they go for equality when they already had superiority ?


    tsch.women eh.



    I am reminded of the 'Women Know your place' sketch from Harry Enfield.
    You should read The Masterpiece by Aristotle - sounds right up your street - all about women knowing their place and needing men to control their venial desires -I was reading it on the train last night - hilarious
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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    Why did they go for equality when they already had superiority ?





    Practically perfect in every way....there's a time and (more importantly) a place for malarkey.
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    Some time back, I was first to the theatre bar in the interval. A couple of women followed me. The bar staff finished what they were doing and asked "Who's first?"

    I started calling out my order and was interrupted by the tall posh bint next to me: "Whatever happened to 'ladies first'?"

    I said "You traded that in for equal pay" and went placed my order.

    She was SERIOUSLY offended. "What a rude man!"

    She didn't expect the response: "Then don't try and push in. You can't have it both ways."

    It didn't help when her mate said "He has got a point, you know".

    She was fuming!

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    Good one RC. A friend of mine is big on feminism and basically taints her cause by giving us all a bad name.
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    Held a door open for a woman, she gave me some verbal. When she'd finished I said "I hold doors open for men as well, you sexist prat".
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAllThere View Post
    Held a door open for a woman, she gave me some verbal. When she'd finished I said "I hold doors open for men as well, you sexist prat".
    I don't mind men holding doors open as I hold doors open for people too, but what i do mind is some bloke right at the end of the corridor waiting and holding the door open for me. I find that a bit daft really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pogle View Post

    You should read The Masterpiece by Aristotle - sounds right up your street - all about women knowing their place and needing men to control their venial desires -I was reading it on the train last night - hilarious
    You never heard any complaints from Mrs Aristotle did you ? No, they knew which side their bread was buttered those ancient Greek birds.
    This conversation was recently translated from an ancient tablet -

    Mrs Aristotle - 'Eee lass, you should have seen him last night. Hard as solid petra he was, like a acropolis he was, like a blooming Corinthian column. Had me over the bath he did, poor old Diogenes didnt know where to put his face.
    Mrs Plato - 'ooo, sounds great. Thank the Gods we have lusty men to tell us our venal desires'
    Mrs Socrates - 'Go men go yay. Tell us what to do'

    Sappho wanders up - 'Hey girls. I gave this hoplite the finger this morning as I passed him in my chariot. Girly power eh ?'

    sounds of screaming as the good ladies of Athens chuck Sappho over the cliffs into the sea.


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    Holding doors open is neither sexist nor just politeness. It is a common-sense health & safety matter: letting a door go in front of someone can cause injury.

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    Either:

    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    sounds of screaming as the good ladies of Athens lift a little finger and have the slaves chuck Sappho over the cliffs into the sea.
    FTFY

    or:

    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    Sappho the Spartan wanders up - 'Hey girls. I gave this hoplite the finger this morning as I passed him in my chariot, then disemboweled him for tulips and giggles. Girly power eh ?'

    sounds of screaming as the good ladies of Athens run for their lives
    FTFY

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