|The Mothership - 2010-07-31 |
My decade of living in Scotland rings very much true at everything in this PSA.
Except the jerky guy; what he should be saying is: 'She's gagging for it; she's got trench foot; that cunt's got my name on her kecks, no doubt."
|Desidiosus - 2010-07-31 |
Nobody in Scotland asks to be raped except the sheep, amirite?
|baleen - 2010-07-31 |
Jesus, if you have to tell a bunch of guys that it's not ok to rape people, maybe television isn't going to really address the problem...
|BHWW - 2010-07-31 |
"For the first time ever I saw the Scotch in their natural habitat, and it werenít pretty. Iíd seen them huddling in stations before, being loud but. . .this time I was surrounded. Everywhere I went it felt like they were watching me; fish-white flesh puckered by the Highland breeze; tight eyes peering out for fresh meat; screechy, booze-soaked voices hollering out for a taxi to take Ďem halfway up the road to the next all-night watering hole. A shatter of glass; a round of applause; a 16-year-old mother of three vomiting in an open sewer, bairns looking on, chewing on potato cakes. I ainít never going back. . .not never."
". . .My aunt lives in Scotland, she says itís quite nice."
"Well she's wrong."
|craptacular - 2010-07-31 |
reminds me of...
When she says no she means no.
|memedumpster - 2010-08-01 |
Now Braveheart makes more sense to me too.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-04-06 |
That is unassailable logic.
|That guy - 2012-04-06 |
"She's asking for it" -> it = rape?
"It" can't mean "to get laid"?
I get how "she was asking for it" is what certain types of cartoonish rapists do say after the fact, but apparently now when I see a woman dressed scantily in shiny colors, I'm supposed to think that she's not asking for anything?
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