Ok, maybe another example is the good old ipod wearer holding up the ambulance. Selfish fecker doesn't care if other people live or die as long as they're ok. And I know that for a fact because I saw someone on a forum say they saw it happen.
My point is that we all believe what we want to and spout rubbish, myself included by the way, without anything really to back it up.
FWiW I couldn't make out if Lirish was accusing him of being a paedophile touching kids or a dirty old man touching nurses. I've no opinion either way.
No, I couldn't quite work that out, either, BDB
But either way, it is a pretty serious thing to say about a named individual (rather than the infamous un-named ipod-wearer).
That the person has just died and can't defend themselves (or sue for libel) makes it seem mean and spiteful on behalf of the accuser.
I thought it was a known fact that any unmarried man with dodgy hair above the age of 30 was a kiddy fiddler?
I'm sure i read it in The Lancet.
But tbh I wouldn't have let im babysit my kids.
I reserve that function for morally suspect 22 year old ladies with a father-fixation.
Found a link to the infamous Jimmy Saville Have I Got News For You unbroadcastable outtakes - probably not true but you never know.
Yeah, we do the coffin thing in my family. Not in a public place though - in the house or the funeral parlour - and the family come by and mooch around near the dead person talking and stuff. I thought it would freak me out but we had my dad in the front room with the coffin open for a night and it didn't upset me at all. It was just dad - except he was dead. I sat with him for a couple of hours and had a 'chat'. We did the same with my uncle, but with the coffin closed.
Maybe Jimmy Savile felt really loved and wanted people to be able to say goodbye to him. I would like to think that only friends and family would go though - it would be a bit ghoulish for Joe Public to wander in, would it not?
Well I think I wandered onto the forum page of the Guardian there for a minute, I haven't seen so much righteous angst since Thatcher withdrew free milk.
That'll teach me that the internet is no place for conjecture, opinion and personal anecdote, albeit one person removed.
fat buddha wrote (see)
I find the coffin on display thing extremely tacky and very very disturbing that people are going to file past it. are people truly that sad??? bizarre and as for Sir Cliff - I know a person who knows a person who......etc.....smoke and fire eh?? and while we're at it - let's throw Colin Jackson into the "which side of the fence is he on" mix. plenty of innuendo there as well, if not some known facts....... I'm damn sure there are skeletons in many a salacious cupboard - it keeps the redtops busy
Lamb Chop wrote (see)
Colin Jackson is pretty much a done deal isn't it?Unless you're talking about him being a necrophiliac paedophile with an Oedipus complex.The one who I've never been sure about is that Gary Glitter...must be something funny going on there!
Colin Jackson is pretty much a done deal isn't it?
Unless you're talking about him being a necrophiliac paedophile with an Oedipus complex.
The one who I've never been sure about is that Gary Glitter...must be something funny going on there!
Orally pleasured him?
You mean he told him a joke?
We had that Sally Gunnell give us a talk at work once. I asked her what was the greatest hurdle she'd faced in her career.
And i used to go out with that Fatima Whitbread until she chucked me.
Seren - Celebrity culture is crap isn't it? And with that, I think I'll leave the Jimmy Savile thread. Thank you, RW forum for keeping me up to date with the news. I had no idea thata) Jimmy Savile was dead, or b) there were rumours about him being and old perv.
And I had to google Colin Jackson to see who he was too.
<crawls back under rock>
Lirish wrote (see)
...I know a guy at work whose brother orally pleasured him. Allegedly obviously, I wouldn't want to kick anything off on here.....
isn't that incest?
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