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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    As a Moderator, I can confirm that there are plenty of tits on this Forum.
    And not just on Lard's garden bird section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvar Hanso View Post
    I’m not offended by it. The complaint has made me think about the chant, and, on reflection, I think it is derogatory towards women and can understand why someone would be uncomfortable with several thousand middle aged men chanting it.

    If someone can explain to me why they think it’s not derogatory, I’d be willing to listen and consider.
    Someone, Alf I think, said it's a celebration. Other's probably just don't see the chant the same way. I'll let them speak for themselves though.

    FWIW I've spent most of my Trent End years next to an older lady who clearly disliked it, so I didn't join in. I have on away days and on occasions a the ground though. I certainly expect it will get a loud rendition next game. People do like to rebel against this type of thing.

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    I can see on the surface it might sound like a celebration. But if you examine it a bit closer it’s really just reducing women’s positive aspects to being sexual objects for men. The celebration is purely from the male perspective.

    The chant then becomes a misogynistic brag about the plentiful availability of female genitalia to have “fun” with.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvar Hanso View Post
    I can see on the surface it might sound like a celebration. But if you examine it a bit closer it’s really just reducing women’s positive aspects to being sexual objects for men. The celebration is purely from the male perspective.

    The chant then becomes a misogynistic brag about the plentiful availability of female genitalia to have “fun” with.

    Don't use logic!


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    In these times of diversity and inclusion I’m disappointed that someone actually does refer to women on here as ‘tits and fanny’.

    Perhaps all males should be referred to as ‘pricks and bollox’

    You’d also think that in these diverse times, the swear filter would be equally inclusive


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    it has nothing to do with football or NFFC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Pope View Post
    Perhaps all males should be referred to as ‘pricks and bollox’
    That would be at least 99% accurate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Pope View Post
    In these times of diversity and inclusion I’m disappointed that someone actually does refer to women on here as ‘tits and fanny’.

    Perhaps all males should be referred to as ‘pricks and bollox’

    You’d also think that in these diverse times, the swear filter would be equally inclusive


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    It's bad that he chose to refer to females in that way but you can call me prick and bollox if you want? It doesn't bother me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    Whoosh.
    It's obvious you're the one completely missing the far bigger point but never mind self righteous virtue signalling is clearly more important to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvar Hanso View Post
    The chant then becomes a misogynistic brag about the plentiful availability of female genitalia to have “fun” with.
    After the numbers were crunched what is the availability? Asking for a friend.

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    Breitbart devotes and incels of the world unite...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    Breitbart devotes and incels of the world unite...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roonaldo View Post
    Fake news.

    Out of interest, have the Mods ever collected data on sex/race/age/orientation on this forum? There are hardly any tits or fanny on here from whatI've ever read so I'm not sure they'll be a balanced view on this one.

    On my part, I've decided to leave the NFFC Supporters Trust. It's a shit, dated song, but really isn't that bad compared to other songs so for one supporter to use the Trust as a sounding board to gain maximum publicity about it was just wrong. I'm done with them.
    There's a lot more females than you might think on here.

    You just have to work out who they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    Breitbart devotes and incels of the world unite...
    One of my favourite Smiths songs ...


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    Owen, is that you?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    Someone, Alf I think, said it's a celebration. Other's probably just don't see the chant the same way. I'll let them speak for themselves though.

    FWIW I've spent most of my Trent End years next to an older lady who clearly disliked it, so I didn't join in. I have on away days and on occasions a the ground though. I certainly expect it will get a loud rendition next game. People do like to rebel against this type of thing.
    The Trent End sing?


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    I was going to keep out but it’s just funny the guy that’s been preaching about going out your way to not offend anyone is the one throwing out the insults. It’s a case of don’t offend the people that may agree with me and if they don’t they can go die. Which he clearly wants to happen with his comments about people dying off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagman View Post
    There's a lot more females than you might think on here.

    You just have to work out who they are.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    The Trent End sing?
    Attempt to. Sometimes it's even louder than the tuts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagman View Post
    There's a lot more females than you might think on here.

    You just have to work out who they are.
    As far as I'm aware theres TBT, Spanz15, julie of Ilson and Thomas.

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    It's just a 'happy' song sung by (mainly younger male?) Forest supporters to announce the fact that they're happy with their lot and where they hail from because, at their stage in life, it has all they're really bothered about.

    It's generalised (the female sex, regardless of sexual orientation), casts no dispersions nor seeks to apply any pressure.

    No doubt I sang it myself on many an occasion and never, ever thought any more of it than the above.



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    Ah oh, I've stumbled on the ideological evangelists thread by mistake.

    Back to the relative sanity of the Brexit thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Ah oh, I've stumbled on the ideological evangelists thread by mistake.

    Back to the relative sanity of the Brexit thread...



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    Don't know what this threads about and I'm just gunna guess it's a complete baggabollox??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    Don't know what this threads about and I'm just gunna guess it's a complete baggabollox??
    The thread title may give you a clue and, if you’re still in any doubt, then the first post will enlighten you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roonaldo View Post

    If you were offended, sue me once you've got five minutes off your twitter being offended by something.
    As you went back to edit your post and added the above comment after I’d replied to it, I will respond once again.

    You make more than the one assumption.

    A) I am not offended by your use of language. I stated as much, and clearly.

    B) Why would I wish to sue you for stating your opinion? Even if I disagree with it, believe it to be narrow minded and quite disrespectful.

    C) I may well have a Twitter account but it’s rarely used. Not that it’s any of your business. So, wrong again.

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