Ridiculous Stories In The News

Pimpernel Smith

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what a silly twat she is
Oh it's just the gears of the civil liberties industrial complex being engaged.

They will be taking action on behalf of this poor waif who himself is a victim in all of this.

Morally, they don't have a problem with it. Why it's only for the filthy lucre and being able virtue signal at dinner parties. That's how it works in Blighty. A legacy of Blair's when he moved to ensure his missus and her cronies could become rich representing these sorts.
 

Fwiffo

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It's time to decolonize the traditional lawn

"But the traditional lawn – manicured, verdant, under control – now finds itself at the confluence of two hot-button issues: climate change and Indigenous rights. Some environmentalists, First Nations leaders and even hobby gardeners are calling for a different approach to how we view and treat the ubiquitous urban green space. It is, they argue, a lasting symbol of how settlers appropriated Indigenous land and culture. And the rigid Western ideal we have imposed continues to hurt the planet and, in turn, all of us. The lawn, some go as far to say, needs to be decolonized."

"A backyard with a big lawn is like a classroom for colonialism and environmental hostility."

Let the gardens and lawns run wild with weeds so the offended bush people can stop feeling oppressed and feel more at home. Burn down those English gardens.

Who the f@ck invents this stuff? Man tamed nature and made it better.
 

ter1413

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Damm...I didn't really didn't read the entire ^ article. She was cute prior to messing herself up!
 

Journeyman

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I am utterly mystified as to why he would want to put himself through the discomfort of wearing high-heeled shoes.

I wore a pair of women's shoes and a dress for a theatrical production while I was at university. The dress was actually really comfortable, but the shoes were really quite painful and difficult to walk in.

It's interesting that, in various cultures, men wear clothes that are similar to skirts because they are comfortable and practical - sarungs, lungi, kilts and so on - but was far as I'm aware, nowhere do men wear uncomfortable high-heeled shoes.
 

The Shooman

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In the end times the yin and the yang get reversed and men become more feminine while the women become more masculine. The traditional roles have all been messed up so people don't know who they are anymore and how to behave. Now people have these ideas that "clothes have no gender", so they end up dressing half woman half man and think they have wisdom, but in reality they are lost people. This is what happens when human notions over power traditional roles and customs, we get humans that act silly because there are no longer conventions that form a guide for how to live.

Customs have always been in societies to teach people how to live so things are orderly and the human race sustains itself, but these days people don't know how to live. They are almost like primitive people because they lack basic knowledge. I doubt mankind can continue to go on like this.
 

The Shooman

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I am utterly mystified as to why he would want to put himself through the discomfort of wearing high-heeled shoes.

I wore a pair of women's shoes and a dress for a theatrical production while I was at university. The dress was actually really comfortable, but the shoes were really quite painful and difficult to walk in.

It's interesting that, in various cultures, men wear clothes that are similar to skirts because they are comfortable and practical - sarungs, lungi, kilts and so on - but was far as I'm aware, nowhere do men wear uncomfortable high-heeled shoes.
I often wonder about kilts too. Obviously there are some exceptions to the rules of menswear.
 

sirloin

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The skirts and heels, going for a feminine bottom with a masculine top, is just odd to me.
But heels in #menswear isn't that unusual?
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" His wife, Haleema Baig, filmed him with a phone and GoPro, and the clips — which also included abuse of a dog — were kept in a file called “family vids,” the report said. "
 

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