- No more page 3
oh breasts. Forgot they did that. Isn’t quaint, still putting titty in a daily newspaper…
Not talking about just going straight from page 2 to page 4 then. that would of course be silly and make no sense at all…
the difference between that and a french beach, is I imagine it’s frowned on to walk along until you see a nice pair and then have a good old gawp.Posted 5 years agoLiferSubscriberMoreCashThanDashSubscriber
I can’t remember the last time I noticed the breasts on the page 3 girl when I borrow my colleagues paper – I’m usually crying with laughter at how some item of news has reminded Ashleigh, 22 from Watford, of some quote from Pythagoras/Descartes/Abraham Lincoln 😆Posted 5 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
Do they still do that thing where they caption the picture with a little op-ed piece supposedly from the model? Like “Hi readers, I think David Cameron is brilliant. PS, look at my boobs!” That was genius.
News in Briefs!
“Chantelle, 23, from Wigan, is very excited about quantative easing…”
🙂Posted 5 years agoCountZeroMember
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If you’re going to scruitinise the content of The Sun, in the grand scheme of things the scantily clad young lady on the third page should really be fairly near the bottom of your list of priorities IMHO.
Oh, so very, very true! 😀Posted 5 years ago
I fail to see why so many men are getting all het up about a pair of bare norks in a downmarket rag like the Sun.
Is it a case of being properly offended for someone else, perhaps? Few women of my acquaintance can be bothered to give a toss about it, but I’m sure they’ll be thrilled to know that there are people on the Internet who are getting offended on their behalf… 🙄JunkyardMember
aye women everywhere are delighted about what page three has done for them and they are jumping for joy that you have spoken up for their right to do this 🙄Posted 5 years ago
What on earth makes you think they are getting offended on behalf of someone else?
You seem to be speaking for women in your own post as well ….oh the ironinglabseyMember
Amii said: “I have great sympathy for artists like Jessie J who are victims of widespread internet piracy… As Shakespeare wrote, ‘The robb’d that smiles, steals something from the thief’.”
Anything that gets the stereotypical White Van Man to read Shakespeare is a win in my book. Breasts and classic literature.Posted 5 years ago
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