outrage!!!

Grumblegrunt

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Why is it that whenever I see that Bellingham woman (OXO ad etc) doing that clothing ad and she gives it the bedroom eyes look I get all moist at the tip?
 

Grumblegrunt

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its mumsnet so it'll be in prime ministers questions so he doesn't have to answer any proper questions.
 
#5
Does anyone have the Full HD 1080p version of this advert. Just for scientific comparison purposes, of course.
 
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Though if they think that is "skimpy" they really ought to look at the length of the skirts worn by the children who attend Malbank school in Nantwich...
 
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Does anyone have the Full HD 1080p version of this advert. Just for scientific comparison purposes, of course.
No, sorry I don't. But I do understand your request. Regards, Jimmy.
 
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Oh no! Look at the really attractive girl who can pull-off a mini skirt. We can't possibly allow this to go on... because we're jealous fucks and our husbands don't love us anymore because we're fat wenches who sit on the internet all day, bleating on about how all men are cunts! They'll never feel the pain of childbirth! Blah blah blah...

Anyway, that Mumsnet needs bringing down before it becomes the British version of the "Tea Party." Difference between a mum and a pitbull? Pitbulls go batshit for a valid reason.
 
#10
Spot on. My daughters both attended Malbank and i couldn't believe how some of the girls were allowed to get away with some of the skirts they wore.
Are you still local?
 
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its mumsnet so it'll be in prime ministers questions so he doesn't have to answer any proper questions.
I've just had a look on that mumsnet, it seems that the desire to be 'outraged' exists even there. I wonder whar type of walts they 'out' there?

Anyhow, the ad, nothing wrong with it, it makes me want to buy whatever it is she's selling. And it makes me want to watch it again, and again.
 

Grumblegrunt

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Though if they think that is "skimpy" they really ought to look at the length of the skirts worn by the children who attend Malbank school in Nantwich...
bugger I was up there the other week. I shall have to ride up there in order to be outraged.
 
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I've just had a look on that mumsnet, it seems that the desire to be 'outraged' exists even there. I wonder whar type of walts they 'out' there?

Anyhow, the ad, nothing wrong with it, it makes me want to buy whatever it is she's selling. And it makes me want to watch it again, and again.

Frankly it's a website full of disgruntled harridans.
From looking through a little bit of it the vast majority of the posters there are just there for a bit of chat and support with other mums.
Then there's the core group of them that has the idea that just because they squeezed out a chav shit then that gives them some right to stand as moral guardians of everything in the UK, if not the world. And because some pussy MPs pay them some attention it gives them the idea that they can do anything.
When they were discussed here a couple of months ago some of their more vocal pathetic creatures came over to have a look at our cheerful little site and went waddling back telling stories of all the disgusting evil soldiers on ARRSE who make fun of people. They wanted to start a media campaign to have ARRSE shut down, I saw a couple of posters on there saying things along the lines of "Don't these idiots know how much political power we have here on Mumsnet?" And even trying to give the idea that they have a direct phoneline to the PM, HM and all the Gods.
Deluded bitches

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That ad is nothing compared to the girls at my local convent school. I would show you some pictures or "evidence" as the arresting officer called them but...
 
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I haven't got a sound card at work.

Does the boy tell her she can't go out like that because she'll attract unwanted attention? And does she reply 'Yes, but a few gropes here and there from the teachers will my GCSE results wonders"?
 
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Why is it that whenever I see that Bellingham woman (OXO ad etc) doing that clothing ad and she gives it the bedroom eyes look I get all moist at the tip?
Because you remember her from "confessions of a Driving Instructor"?

I've just had a look on that mumsnet, it seems that the desire to be 'outraged' exists even there. I wonder whar type of walts they 'out' there?...
Men who join their site pretending to be women who; are conducting extra-marital affairs/have unfaithful husbands/have children who they have caught having underage sex/etc. Ermm, I would guess.....
 

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