Has God gone all chutney?

#1
I have to ask, because if you look at all the people who are really doing well for themselves, they are mostly ferrets or fellow travellers. It doesn't matter where you look; politics, the media, the military, the churches. I mean, you can't swing a crozier at an anglican synod without decking a dozen irons or lezzers.

I was raised as an old school muscular christian and those muscles were not supposed to gleam oilily through a see through t-shirt and keyhole leather chaps now were they? What happened?
 
#3
Is there a hint of jealousy there because no one will smear you in oil and you dont look good in a see through t shirt and keyhole leather chaps?
 
#6
Its all gone right up the Glitter. I see the same staining of society.

Well I blame the Wars really. (Sorry if that makes you go and punch an ageing Kraut. But if you do then go for the balls and tell im I said Guten Tag, ja?) Possibly the Jews as well.

See, firstly the Yanks arrived on our shores in WWI and WWII particularly. They had a more laid back style to life, made your European Protestant seem up-tight and inferior. The showbiz and jazz followed, in a way far more loud and brash than Europe in the 30s. Into the 1950/60s everyone wanted to look good in a suit and Hollywood etc provided the role-models - Sinatra, Crosby etc .... not so much Churchill or Eden.
Then the 60s really kicked in and Hollywood also picked up on this. Now.. this is where the Jews come in. Most followers of The Tribe (and I know some really stinking rich Golders Green ones..some are very famous) will tell you that the film industry is at least 60% owned by Jewish money. So 60s/70s films had a huge impact on how men/women dressed and how they thought - more liberal thinking coming in, heroes are open-minded and flexible people after all. Not hung up on Christian ideals. They often favour the open blouson, perm and buttock flattering chino pant too don't forget. Plus they had all the flashy lines.

No one wears and says shit like that...except in films.

By the 80s everyone was tarting themselves up. EVERYONE. Disposable. Trend-orientated. Fashion industry perks up and makes profits - mass production of 'unique' identities. Sex sells.
So by the 90s etc even people's careers and words and deeds were being tarted up for use in a specific situation not for life. Fine tuned in this millenium to a fine point of poncey-ness. To the point where the next generation may well not know what 'real' is anymore.

Now everyone wears and says shit like that.
I bet that made perfect sense in your head, are you related to Dali by chance?:)
 
#7
When I was told that 'God is indivisible' I always assumed that includes His arse-cheeks. Either that's changed recently or He's going to start laying on as soon as adequate stocks of fire and brimstone are standing by. When the Guardian spontaneously combusts we'll know that His procurement issues have been sorted.
 
#8
I thing being a sneaky butcher is a leg up (fnar fnar) nowadays.

I was watching Channel 4 news last week and had to turn over as the Arts Editor was making my ears bleed. I don't care if he's a shit stabber but his voice was sooooo grating and droning that he sounded like a 5 yr old doing a show and tell.

"I went to the gallery, and then there was some pictures, and the man said a man called Turner did paint then, and then we went home"

No way he got that job without waving the pink card.
 
#9
I have to ask, because if you look at all the people who are really doing well for themselves, they are mostly ferrets or fellow travellers. It doesn't matter where you look; politics, the media, the military, the churches. I mean, you can't swing a crozier at an anglican synod without decking a dozen irons or lezzers.

I was raised as an old school muscular christian and those muscles were not supposed to gleam oilily through a see through t-shirt and keyhole leather chaps now were they? What happened?
With that user-name, I always thought you were a Neo-Druidic Pagan!8-O:biggrin::biggrin:
 
#10
With that user-name, I always thought you were a Neo-Druidic Pagan!8-O:biggrin::biggrin:
Nope, when I'm dragging a pig uphill through a mile of wet German forest I don't bump into very many druids. Which suits me.

Are you still sporting your RMP kit whilst stacking trolleys?
 
#12
Nope, when I'm dragging a pig uphill through a mile of wet German forest I don't bump into very many druids. Which suits me.

Are you still sporting your RMP kit whilst stacking trolleys?
How very dare you?! They've promoted me to throwing out bitter, homophobic drunks like your good self!:biggrin:
 
#13
Its all gone right up the Glitter. I see the same staining of society.

Well I blame the Wars really. (Sorry if that makes you go and punch an ageing Kraut. But if you do then go for the balls and tell im I said Guten Tag, ja?) Possibly the Jews as well.

See, firstly the Yanks arrived on our shores in WWI and WWII particularly. They had a more laid back style to life, made your European Protestant seem up-tight and inferior. The showbiz and jazz followed, in a way far more loud and brash than Europe in the 30s. Into the 1950/60s everyone wanted to look good in a suit and Hollywood etc provided the role-models - Sinatra, Crosby etc .... not so much Churchill or Eden.
Then the 60s really kicked in and Hollywood also picked up on this. Now.. this is where the Jews come in. Most followers of The Tribe (and I know some really stinking rich Golders Green ones..some are very famous) will tell you that the film industry is at least 60% owned by Jewish money. So 60s/70s films had a huge impact on how men/women dressed and how they thought - more liberal thinking coming in, heroes are open-minded and flexible people after all. Not hung up on Christian ideals. They often favour the open blouson, perm and buttock flattering chino pant too don't forget. Plus they had all the flashy lines.

No one wears and says shit like that...except in films.

By the 80s everyone was tarting themselves up. EVERYONE. Disposable. Trend-orientated. Fashion industry perks up and makes profits - mass production of 'unique' identities. Sex sells.
So by the 90s etc even people's careers and words and deeds were being tarted up for use in a specific situation not for life. Fine tuned in this millenium to a fine point of poncey-ness. To the point where the next generation may well not know what 'real' is anymore.

Now everyone wears and says shit like that.
So what you're actually saying is it's all a vile disease spread by American based mossad agents to make us all wear nylon and eventually die with our arseholes riddled with aids.
 
#14
How very dare you?! They've promoted me to throwing out bitter, homophobic drunks like your good self!:biggrin:
You won't catch me in Tescos, unless they've opened a gunsmithing department or run a five bottles for the price of one offer on Oban Single Malt. Drunk yes, bitter, yes, I drink it when I can get it so I can be said to resemble those remarks but homophobic, the word root phobia suggest fear. I don't fear fudgepackers or uphill gardeners, pity, yes, disdain, yes, , revulsion, some, fear, no!
 
#15
No, the bitches moved out. There's a young couple in there now and she likes a length or two, nuff said.
Well get in there and let us know your tales of threesomes whilst trying to avoid the devils sporn. I take it mother-in-law is still on this mortal coil?
 

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