- Does your child's name give away his class?
men like you why i don’t like men.
Is it well known that sexism* gets beaten by more sexism 😕
It may be distastful but what would you consider your view? he did at least single one person because of her views where as you did it to all of us because of his
* it is clearly meant to show his dislike of her views rather than an actual threat of violence.Posted 4 years agocinnamon_girlSubscriber
No need for the hand ringers to get all frantic about it.
Not sure if this includes me but I was restrained with my comment. samuri, imo, seems to have made an inflammatory remark that I would not associate with him. Violence against any person or animal is not acceptable.Posted 4 years agoernie_lynchMember
I really don’t understand why some people are getting so wound up by this woman, I genuinely found the whole clip highly amusing and entertaining. What is more amusing than watching someone make a prat of themselves on national TV ?
I do feel sorry for her children though.Posted 4 years agoshotsawayMember
See, I’m all for equality, and not making your wife take your surname, and giving your kids double barreled names, but where does it stop? They can’t do the same when they marry or they’ll have 3 surnames (4 if the bloke already has 2).
The Spanish and Portuguese have it sussed. A person born into a Spanish/Portuguese-speaking family is given two surnames, the first being your fathers surname (which he gained from his father) and the second being your mother’s surname (which she gained from her father).
For example – Alberto Contador Velasco, Joaquim Rodríguez Oliver & Ayrton Senna de Silva
Occasionally you end up with 2 surnames the same ie Rigoberto Uran UranPosted 4 years agomikertroidMember
Well, it was interesting viewing. Doubt if she’ll see the contracts flowing in on account of her being a Grade A, Gold-Plated, Double Barrelled Triple Distilled, Supersize, Heavy Duty cretin.
Tyler had obviously offended her somehow. He probably pointed out that India is a geographical reference….Posted 4 years ago
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