I don't hate Gays, I punched one once...

Bouillabaisse

LE
Book Reviewer
#5
Oh no! "Tory MP says something that everyone thinks but is slated for it" Shock! No parent looks at their new born child in the maternity ward and thinks to themsleves "Ooh, I hope he turns out to be a poof." The test of tolerance and parental love is when your child announces it and you react well.
 
#6
I asked a Herman the time once,daft **** tried to fondle me nuts.I swung but I missed the ****,probably due to high levels of intoxication.
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#7
I wish no part of this frothy fiasco, but...

Bob Blackman called for a return to Sectior 28, which banned teaching about homosexuality in schools.

Gibsons dog never had pups Bob. Just saying like...


 
#9
I couldn't give a toss one way or the other, it will probably come to pass, in the same way that the hunting bill went through, because the chattering classes want to be seen to be concerned.

What I also predict is that within two years of the laws being passed, a gay couple will sue a religious institution for not marrying them, the case will go to trial, and the gay couple will win get costs and money for hurt feelings.

My other prediction is, it won't ever happen in your local mosque.
 
#10
Anyone on here any good at this hacking lark? I only ask because I was wondering if you'd be kind enough to shut down the Mail's online site to stop Chocolate Frog starting a dozen ******* boring threads a day.

What a boring **** he must be.
 
#12
It does disappoint me just how many Arrse'ers read the Daily Mail.

I thought that Racism had almost been stamped out of the British Forces.
I asked that question a couple of years back, the answer then was that the Mail Online is free. So relax, not racist, it doesn't need a capital, yet; just as delightfully tight-fisted as they've always been.

Didn't Gene Hunt, peace be upon him say;

'You know, I once punched a man for being French.'
 
#14
I would genuinely prefer my child to be gay rather than French.

They are abhorrent moral deviants, whereas the gays are fine.
I would rather my son be French than a banker.....in fact, on second thoughts..... I'd rather like my son to be a gay banker as he will be loaded and have plenty of tasty 'fag hags' knocking around him for me to have a crack at.
 
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Bottleosmoke

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#16
A semi famous gay author used to live next to my old man's farm in Kent and growing up I was in his and his partners cottage for many an hour during the summer holidays, in fact I would argue that it was Fred who taught me to appreciate words and books. It didn't twig to me that they were a couple until I had been in the army for a few years.

When he died I was left a small bequest, couple of grand no more. His cottage was bought by some "Europeans" and now it has ultra high hedges, fences and ridgebacks............Bring back the smell of TCP say I.
 

CanteenCowboy

LE
Book Reviewer
#17
I used to read the Daily Mail in the Mess, but I never would go out and buy it, now I just go and read my mum's copy. Obviously had to then read the Times and the Daily Ranger (just for the fix of Scottish news), before I demolished half a loaf of bread.
 
#19
Oh no! "Tory MP says something that everyone thinks but is slated for it" Shock! No parent looks at their new born child in the maternity ward and thinks to themsleves "Ooh, I hope he turns out to be a poof." The test of tolerance and parental love is when your child announces it and you react well.
Well except Elton John and husband and others of the same bent perhaps?
 
#20
It does disappoint me just how many Arrse'ers hate the Daily Mail.
Fixed for you. As a matter of interest, why the lazy assumption that because I (and many others) read the Daily Mail, we are automatically deemed to be racist? It's like saying all Sun readers drive white vans, like big tits and are thick as pig shit.