Monday, 10 September 2012

Mustn't upset people with ginger hair



"Redhead Laura Payton was offended when a bank clerk commented that she must be pleased that her three-year-old wasn't a ginger, like her. Laura told BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine that she was proud to have ginger hair, but felt that the comment made by the clerk was on par with a racist remark."

Listen to the stupid bitch telling Vine about her complaints to the bank. There'll be a law against laughing at onanists next.

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  1. woja got against us redheads huh?

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    1. Menopausal losers like the woman in the post, you mean - the little girl in the picture is sweet enough to eat!

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  2. You've fallen into the trap of mocking your own race, red hair is a desirable trait of the Germanic race, the fair skin allows more absorption of sunlight, converting to vitamin D, resulting in a more successful race of people in northern climes.

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    1. I was mocking the mother...vikings...redheads....little light in winter....yeah, I see.

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  3. you have something against gingers? gingers are proven to live healthier lives than other people. and the picture said that it causes people distress but people think that red hair is beautiful, not ugly

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  4. my son is ginger but he shaves his head so looks like a chimp now i guess he got fed up being called carrot top ginger nut people do take the mickey out of ginger nuts

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  5. And in other news today, biblically-named Onan Miller was offended when a bank clerk commented that he must be pleased that his three-year-old didn't have a daft name like Onan. Onan told BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine that he was proud to be named Onan, but felt that the comment made by the clerk was pretty rude even for a bank clerk.

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  6. What to people hate about gingers god, I love being a ginger,

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    1. To anonymous cretin and others like you - I was attacking victim culture!

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  8. So, people are only recently raising their consciousness about how all sorts of injustices and unfairness are bad, and then all of a sudden that fact is usable to a political goal. Astonishing.
    It doesn't matter if it's called racism or whatever, it's just a word bound to mean something. Side A of the truth: it is not racism, as in racism such as apartheid, and barely has something in common with it. And victim culture is lame. (and can be politicized) Side B: it should not be dismissed entirely, what in this case clerk said was probably his opinion, a joke, or both; however it was rude to a person spoken to, and quite distasteful. And therefore, wrong. But, had he done that in a situation involving some other of the taboo, that would all of a sudden be a whole lot wronger. (guess what: that is already a political thing) It's still bad, though. For someone.

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  9. What a ridiculous thing to say to a mother!! Ginger is a colour not a disability.

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  10. Having been ginger since 1950, I have every right to be indignant and offended at the way people take the pi$$ of my hair colour, or what's left of it.
    I now even have a human right to be offended about it and will endeavor to remain offended as long as I legally can! So there!
    Why should I grow up, when I can be infantile like everyone else who is offended. Being an early beneficiary of the Welfare State, I am qualified in infantile behaviour, and completely comprehend the value of belonging to a special status group.
    Adult behaviour is for suckers.

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