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Desc:You my friend are a rape victim.
Category:Humor, Crime
Tags:peep show, david mitchell, robert webb
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Stop at 3:15 and watch the entire episode. Believe it or not, the ending loses a lot of impact and tension without context about the other situations.

auto-5 peep show.
The Faghorn
This was played for laughs?

Oh, I see, submitted by Callamon. They hit their target demo perfectly.
Watch the show, it loses a lot out of context.

The context being everybody leads shitty, horrible lives that they deserve.

This whole episode is possibly the most vicious of the series. Things used to be played for laughs in this show, and some point in the last couple of seasons, it became realer than real.

I love this episode. I am glad in the end that jezz spilled the beans. Women shouldn't be allowed to do such things on the assumption that men always want sex, and sadly they get away with this stereotype bcuz men have isses seeing the value in upsetting thier lives simply to publicize an event that, probably, makes them feel like less of a man.
On a side note, I also think if a woman hits you first, be a man and let it go, but if she hits you a second time, punch her in the tit. Dude, she obviously thought she was man enough to take you.
Yay! I'm glad I got to share that little titbit!

I thought Mark was the one who spilled the beans, fnarr.

So isn't that in large measure the reason women don't want to report rape either? There's a good chance a woman who has been raped will see her sexual history (real and/or imagined) become a topic of public conversation, so she can't win.

By the way, that's Osgood from "The Day of the Doctor" (the "Doctor Who" 50th anniversary special). The woman, I mean.

I think... with women, the fear is that people will assume you liked and wanted it, but with men the fear is that people might find out you didn't (like and want it) and the expectations you've failed to meet thusly.
Mind you, that is my point of view after never having been a man, not even on TV.

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