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Can a girl change her mind?
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MM
2018-12-05 08:42:54 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).

Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.

So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?

MM
Fruitiest of Fruitcakes
2018-12-05 09:04:02 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
That has to be the most pathetic attempt at an analogy I have read for years.

For a start, you would have to already be inside the woman, as we are in the
EU; and the decision would be to stay in forever or have the option to get
out with a mutually agreed exit strategy.
MM
2018-12-05 10:35:00 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
That has to be the most pathetic attempt at an analogy I have read for years.
For a start, you would have to already be inside the woman, as we are in the
EU; and the decision would be to stay in forever or have the option to get
out with a mutually agreed exit strategy.
It's about an event that's about to happen with mutual consent of both
parties. Whether it's sexual intercourse or withdrawing from the EU,
consent for either event has to be given. But a woman can change her
mind, can't she? The man, too. So consent is given, but can also be
taken away.

MM
R. Mark Clayton
2018-12-05 12:01:13 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
That has to be the most pathetic attempt at an analogy I have read for years.
It is poor.
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For a start, you would have to already be inside the woman, as we are in the
EU; and the decision would be to stay in forever or have the option to get
out with a mutually agreed exit strategy.
So let's not carry it on.
FMurtz
2018-12-05 15:13:18 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
That has to be the most pathetic attempt at an analogy I have read for years.
For a start, you would have to already be inside the woman, as we are in the
EU; and the decision would be to stay in forever or have the option to get
out with a mutually agreed exit strategy.
You are not going to give up on this until the break are you? at which
time you are going to look stupid.
Bod
2018-12-05 09:23:07 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you can't
pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If your
sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop you
inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
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Bod
Dan S. MacAbre
2018-12-05 09:30:24 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you can't
pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If your
sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop you
inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy? I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind. Or
something like that. Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
Bod
2018-12-05 09:37:19 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.  Or
something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU? :-)
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Bod
Dan S. MacAbre
2018-12-05 09:41:00 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU?  :-)
I think that is stretching it a bit too far. Twenty-odd miles isn't it?
Bod
2018-12-05 09:54:07 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll
stop you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
 >
 > No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU?  :-)
I think that is stretching it a bit too far.  Twenty-odd miles isn't it?
Are you saying that the UKs sausage is inadequate? Bit condescending,
doncha think? ;-)
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Bod
Dan S. MacAbre
2018-12-05 10:03:46 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions.
If your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll
stop you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but
I think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its
mind. Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the
analogy works better if the EU is the woman?
 >
 > No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his
sausage into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are
you suggesting that the UK raped the EU?  :-)
I think that is stretching it a bit too far.  Twenty-odd miles isn't it?
Are you saying that the UKs sausage is inadequate? Bit condescending,
doncha think?  ;-)
The UK's sausage is not what it once was. There has been a loss of
turgidity.
MM
2018-12-05 10:40:28 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU?  :-)
I think that is stretching it a bit too far. Twenty-odd miles isn't it?
My goodness! I've heard of crotch gap, but that takes the biscuit.

MM
Dan S. MacAbre
2018-12-05 12:01:20 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU?  :-)
I think that is stretching it a bit too far. Twenty-odd miles isn't it?
My goodness! I've heard of crotch gap, but that takes the biscuit.
MM
Are you OPing to u.k.p.m and u.l, but then only following up to u.l.?
It's causing me no end of confusion. uk.legal isn't a regular for me.
MM
2018-12-05 17:41:02 UTC
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Post by Dan S. MacAbre
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU?  :-)
I think that is stretching it a bit too far. Twenty-odd miles isn't it?
My goodness! I've heard of crotch gap, but that takes the biscuit.
MM
Are you OPing to u.k.p.m and u.l, but then only following up to u.l.?
It's causing me no end of confusion. uk.legal isn't a regular for me.
I do tend to post to both, but I was thinking this afternoon that it
might be better to post to one OR the other. Trouble is, so many
topics right now have both legal and political elements. What we
pehaps need is a new group: uk.brexit, for example.

MM
Joe
2018-12-05 10:13:04 UTC
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On Wed, 5 Dec 2018 09:37:19 +0000
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman
says,"Sorry, Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent
to this love event proceeding." The man, of course, being a
gentleman, stops immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not
let the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or
staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions.
If your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then
they'll stop you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but
I think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its
mind.  Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the
analogy works better if the EU is the woman?
No, the UK is the male. The UK is the one that inserted his
sausage
into the EU after agreeing to insertion consent rules. Are you
suggesting that the UK raped the EU? :-)
No, but she keeps changing the rules every few years and we don't
ever get asked if we consent to *that*.
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Ophelia
2018-12-05 12:44:52 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you can't
pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If your
sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop you
inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy? I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind. Or
something like that. Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?

==

This is becoming surreal!

lol
Bod
2018-12-05 12:46:19 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.  Or
something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
LOL, indeed.
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Bod
MM
2018-12-05 17:42:43 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.  Or
something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
LOL, indeed.
In its absolute basics it comes down to whether consent can be
withdrawn. In other words, has one the right to change one's mind.

MM
Dan S. MacAbre
2018-12-05 12:46:44 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.  Or
something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
It is certainly conjuring up some strange mental images.
Ophelia
2018-12-05 12:55:43 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy? I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind. Or
something like that. Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
It is certainly conjuring up some strange mental images.

==

<g>
Bod
2018-12-05 13:13:53 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
It is certainly conjuring up some strange mental images.
==
<g>
This is what happens when we try to discuss Brexit with a rabid
remainer like MM.
Best not to talk to him when he's hungry.
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Bod
MM
2018-12-05 17:44:49 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
It is certainly conjuring up some strange mental images.
==
<g>
This is what happens when we try to discuss Brexit with a rabid
remainer like MM.
Best not to talk to him when he's hungry.
I've had my sausage quota for today. Ooh, that may have come out
wrong... I am, of course, referring to, and paying due homage to, the
two Aldi outdoor bred pork bangers I had for breakfast with an egg,
mushrooms (porcini) and toast.

MM
Bod
2018-12-05 18:11:18 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
 > You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you
can't pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions. If
your sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop
you inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
Isn't the UK the woman in this analogy?  I'm not entirely sure, but I
think the suggestion is that it is the UK that can change its mind.
Or something like that.  Or are you suggesting that the analogy works
better if the EU is the woman?
==
This is becoming surreal!
lol
It is certainly conjuring up some strange mental images.
==
<g>
This is what happens when we try to discuss Brexit with a rabid
remainer like MM.
Best not to talk to him when he's hungry.
I've had my sausage quota for today. Ooh, that may have come out
wrong... I am, of course, referring to, and paying due homage to, the
two Aldi outdoor bred pork bangers I had for breakfast with an egg,
mushrooms (porcini) and toast.
MM
I hope you enjoyed them.
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Bod
MM
2018-12-05 10:39:02 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you can't
pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions.
'Course you can! That would be a hard, no-deal Brexit. Although after
prolonging ejaculation for over 2 years it probably wouldn't be so
hard any longer.
Post by Bod
If your
sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop you
inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
On the contrary, a hard Brexit would give Britain the opportunity to
ignore the EU entirely and strike trade deals unhindered with the rest
of the world.

MM
Ian Jackson
2018-12-05 11:13:12 UTC
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Post by Bod
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
You've got it the wrong way around.
If your sausage is already inside the EU sausage orifice, then you can't
pull out unless you agree to the EUs withdrawal conditions.
'Course you can! That would be a hard, no-deal Brexit. Although after
prolonging ejaculation for over 2 years it probably wouldn't be so
hard any longer.
Post by Bod
If your
sausage just pulls out without obeying the EU, then they'll stop you
inserting your sausage in any of their mates.
On the contrary, a hard Brexit would give Britain the opportunity to
ignore the EU entirely and strike trade deals unhindered with the rest
of the world.
But we will have to take the necessary precautions to ensure that this
doesn't result in the UK getting shafted instead.
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Ian
Omega
2018-12-05 09:31:00 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
I think it a good idea if he gets a hold of his sausage and stick it in
your ear, consent or not of course, and try fuck some sense into you!

Long overdue!

omega
Bod
2018-12-05 09:40:45 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
I think it a good idea if he gets a hold of his sausage and stick it in
your ear, consent or not of course, and try fuck some sense into you!
Long overdue!
omega
Ha! that way he'll actually hear him cumming.
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Bod
MM
2018-12-05 10:44:04 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
MM
I think it a good idea if he gets a hold of his sausage and stick it in
your ear, consent or not of course, and try fuck some sense into you!
I told you, it's not about me. You should be more concerned about
fucking some sense into the minds of Brexiters.

Long overdue.

MM
Vidcapper
2018-12-05 15:46:47 UTC
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A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
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MM
2018-12-05 17:47:25 UTC
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Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate sexual
intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love event
proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops immediately
and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let the
voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
You don't like it because you can't argue against it. But it's drummed
into everyone nowadays that a girl *can* change her mind.

MM
Joe
2018-12-05 17:54:47 UTC
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Post by Vidcapper
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love
event proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops
immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let
the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying
in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
He's already tried comparing the referendum to an General Election. I
said that was fine, but where have the EU referendums been for the last
forty years if they're supposed to be every five?
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Joe
Fruitiest of Fruitcakes
2018-12-05 17:58:57 UTC
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Post by Vidcapper
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love
event proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops
immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let
the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying
in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
He's already tried comparing the referendum to an General Election. I
said that was fine, but where have the EU referendums been for the last
forty years if they're supposed to be every five?
In many EU countries they have referendums on a regular basis until the
electorate give the result the government wants.

Maybe that alternative scenario is what MM is trying to suggest?
MM
2018-12-06 11:58:34 UTC
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Post by Joe
On Wed, 5 Dec 2018 15:46:47 +0000
Post by Vidcapper
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love
event proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops
immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let
the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying
in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
He's already tried comparing the referendum to an General Election. I
said that was fine, but where have the EU referendums been for the last
forty years if they're supposed to be every five?
In many EU countries they have referendums on a regular basis until the
electorate give the result the government wants.
Maybe that alternative scenario is what MM is trying to suggest?
No. We have a representative democracy. Referendums should play
absolutely no part in a representative democracy.

MM
Fredxx
2018-12-07 11:59:38 UTC
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Post by Joe
On Wed, 5 Dec 2018 15:46:47 +0000
Post by Vidcapper
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love
event proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops
immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let
the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying
in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
He's already tried comparing the referendum to an General Election. I
said that was fine, but where have the EU referendums been for the last
forty years if they're supposed to be every five?
In many EU countries they have referendums on a regular basis until the
electorate give the result the government wants.
Maybe that alternative scenario is what MM is trying to suggest?
No. We have a representative democracy. Referendums should play
absolutely no part in a representative democracy.
It's ironic that a representative democracy supports a vote to have a
referendum, perhaps the most democratic instrument of all.

Of course some are so selfish to dislike referendums when they are the
truest reflection of the will of the people but don't provide the right
answer.
MM
2018-12-08 09:55:45 UTC
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Post by Joe
On Wed, 5 Dec 2018 15:46:47 +0000
Post by Vidcapper
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love
event proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops
immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let
the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying
in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
He's already tried comparing the referendum to an General Election. I
said that was fine, but where have the EU referendums been for the last
forty years if they're supposed to be every five?
In many EU countries they have referendums on a regular basis until the
electorate give the result the government wants.
Maybe that alternative scenario is what MM is trying to suggest?
No. We have a representative democracy. Referendums should play
absolutely no part in a representative democracy.
It's ironic that a representative democracy supports a vote to have a
referendum, perhaps the most democratic instrument of all.
Far from being "the most democratic instrument of all", Margaret
Thatcher in 1975 agreed with a previous Labour Prime Minister, Clement
Attlee, who said: "referendums are a device of dictators and
demagogues".

Which is why there have been so very few referendums throughout
British history. Check it out.
Post by Fredxx
Of course some are so selfish to dislike referendums when they are the
truest reflection of the will of the people but don't provide the right
answer.
Well, people in future are not going to fall in love with referendums
after this current debacle. I would suggest that Parliament pass and
Act outlawing all future referendums asap. It would need another Act
to repeal it.

MM
Fredxx
2018-12-08 12:45:30 UTC
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On Wed, 05 Dec 2018 17:58:57 +0000, Fruitiest of Fruitcakes
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Post by Joe
On Wed, 5 Dec 2018 15:46:47 +0000
Post by Vidcapper
Post by MM
A man and woman love each other and the man plans to instigate
sexual intercourse real soon now (no, it's not about me).
Just before the moment of hiding the sausage the woman says,"Sorry,
Norman, I've changed my mind and no longer consent to this love
event proceeding." The man, of course, being a gentleman, stops
immediately and makes a cup of tea.
So if it's okay for the woman to have second thoughts, why not let
the voters express any second thoughts on leaving the EU or staying
in?
I can't believe you're seriously drawing such a flawed analogy!
He's already tried comparing the referendum to an General Election. I
said that was fine, but where have the EU referendums been for the last
forty years if they're supposed to be every five?
In many EU countries they have referendums on a regular basis until the
electorate give the result the government wants.
Maybe that alternative scenario is what MM is trying to suggest?
No. We have a representative democracy. Referendums should play
absolutely no part in a representative democracy.
It's ironic that a representative democracy supports a vote to have a
referendum, perhaps the most democratic instrument of all.
Far from being "the most democratic instrument of all", Margaret
Thatcher in 1975 agreed with a previous Labour Prime Minister, Clement
Attlee, who said: "referendums are a device of dictators and
demagogues".
I didn't know you supported Margaret Thatchers views and opinions.

You sound a good Tory. Keep up the good work. I guess Kenneth Clarke is
your new hero.
Pamela
2018-12-08 15:14:00 UTC
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I didn't know you supported Margaret Thatchers views and opinions.
You sound a good Tory. Keep up the good work. I guess Kenneth Clarke
is your new hero.
You seem to be saying Kenneth Clarke is a Thatcherite but you probably need
to double check your understanding.

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