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Author Topic: Paying For A Punt Before The Day?  (Read 5478 times)

Offline Matium

I doubt if the men who see WGs on Christmas actually want sex, it'll just be the fact of having a woman as company for a few hours that'll be important for them.

Offline Mr XL

Not everybody celebrates Christmas. There could be punters and WGs who are Jehovah witnesses.

...or Muslims.

Offline Daffodil

I did not mean to sound horrible but you would never catch me working on Xmas day, Xmas eve, boxing day ect as I spend all that time with my family. Right up until the new year usually. If others choose to work on those days then it's up to them but I still feel abit sorry for whoever does. Christmas may be over rated but just like Ant said, a punter going for a punt on Xmas day is like saying 'I'm a failure' or 'this is basically the highlight of my day'  which I think is quite sad.

I honestly got loads calls last Valentines day, but then I dont have a boyfriend and love being single so that day does not mean alot to me.

I think a woman having to resort to prostitution to make a living is probably saying the same thing...

Offline Mr XL

I think a woman having to resort to prostitution to make a living is probably saying the same thing...

So you like having sex with failures do you?

Offline Marmalade

its been widely accepted Jesus was born in the Summertime) - my source for this QI.
I think 'widely believed' might be more accurate. There's a substantial body of credible opinion - probably wider than the summertime theory in fact - that puts doubt on the historical existence of the Jesus Christ character mentioned in the gospels.

There are no contemporaneous accounts of his life, much less his supposed birth - strange for such a supposedly influential person. The existence of St Paul and of the Nicean Council is pretty well beyond doubt. The support for their 'histories' of the Jesus Christ figure is at odds with reputable historical research, both of their day and of the present. In other words, he was, a religion, that's all. (No offence intended to individuals' beliefs, but hopefully a little tolerance for one of the mainstream scientific / atheist beliefs may not be out of place.)

Most of the miracles can be found word-for-word in historically antecedent texts. There are numerous religious figures with the same life story of virgin birth and miraculous return from the dead. Most of them have thankfully died out, but they didn't have the clout of the Roman Catholic Church. Some of the gospel texts are accurate and truly spiritual - ones apparently copied from earlier texts without being muddied. A bit like the way the Psalms stand out as a remarkable composition of the OT - amidst legends and fantasies of torture and nastiness invented by sick sad priests.
« Last Edit: September 06, 2011, 10:34:54 PM by Marmalade »

Offline TeenKylie

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Not everybody celebrates Christmas. There could be punters and WGs who are Jehovah witnesses.
True. I would have thought they would have still worried what others might think.
« Last Edit: September 06, 2011, 10:34:05 PM by TeenKylie »

Offline TeenKylie

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I think a woman having to resort to prostitution to make a living is probably saying the same thing...
Ermm no because I don't resort to doing it at all. There are plenty of other things I could do but I WANT to do this.

Offline ladyofthemansion

True. I would have thought they would have still worried what others might think.

Why????


Offline ladyofthemansion

As its the human condition to do so.

Nobody else puts food on my table so I have no reason to care what anybody thinks.

Offline TeenKylie

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Why????
No one should care what others think but in the real world most people do. I mean if I choose for some reason to work on Xmas day if I actually got any clients my first thorght would be really?

Offline smiths

I think this is a very disparaging comment to make. There are many people who are on their own, or fancy doing something alternative on Christmas Day and are not sad or lonely.

Spot on. ;)

Offline AnthG

I think this is a very disparaging comment to make. There are many people who are on their own, or fancy doing something alternative on Christmas Day and are not sad or lonely.
I have bolded the contradiction in the sentence.

I would say it is a case of 100% of punters punting christmas day are sad, lonely and depressed. And I say 100% including those who don't celebrate it.

Its a case of being a realist on it in afraid. Men punting Christmas day are sad, lonely and depressed.

Offline TeenKylie

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I have bolded the contradiction in the sentence.

I would say it is a case of 100% of punters punting christmas day are sad, lonely and depressed. And I say 100% including those who don't celebrate it.

Its a case of being a realist on it in afraid. Men punting Christmas day are sad, lonely and depressed.
It's just they could leave that one day come on! There's just NO NEED to punt on Christmas day other than the obvious.
« Last Edit: September 06, 2011, 11:11:15 PM by TeenKylie »

Offline smiths

I think 'widely believed' might be more accurate. There's a substantial body of credible opinion - probably wider than the summertime theory in fact - that puts doubt on the historical existence of the Jesus Christ character mentioned in the gospels.

There are no contemporaneous accounts of his life, much less his supposed birth - strange for such a supposedly influential person. The existence of St Paul and of the Nicean Council is pretty well beyond doubt. The support for their 'histories' of the Jesus Christ figure is at odds with reputable historical research, both of their day and of the present. In other words, he was, a religion, that's all. (No offence intended to individuals' beliefs, but hopefully a little tolerance for one of the mainstream scientific / atheist beliefs may not be out of place.)

Most of the miracles can be found word-for-word in historically antecedent texts. There are numerous religious figures with the same life story of virgin birth and miraculous return from the dead. Most of them have thankfully died out, but they didn't have the clout of the Roman Catholic Church. Some of the gospel texts are accurate and truly spiritual - ones apparently copied from earlier texts without being muddied. A bit like the way the Psalms stand out as a remarkable composition of the OT - amidst legends and fantasies of torture and nastiness invented by sick sad priests.

My question is where is he or God, why do they let suffering continue and people starve, hardly a God to be worshipped in my view. Why hasnt Jesus returned in the modern age where proof positive could be recorded for all time of his existence. This would certainly lead to even the cynics like me believing.

It all sounds like a shaggy dog story to me, i.e. a complete load of bollocks, no offence to those that believe, thats their business. ;)

Offline Marmalade

Living in a nation where most people are celebrating or giving lip service to a rather sick fiction is enough to make any person depressed. How about replacing Easter with Elvis Presley's Second Coming? We could all wear nasty little toilets around our neck.

On second thoughts, Second Cumming would be better - symbolised by a Used Condom that has saved lives, and a fortitude that seeks sex after the initial passion has subsided!

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Offline AnthG

It's just they could leave that one day come on. There's just NO NEED to punt on Christmas day other than the obvious.
I think punting Christmas day would be the one day of the year where sex would be the second thing on a guys mind.

It will be the case of come around and eat my Christmas dinner with me. Watch the Queens speach with me.

Another reason I have just realized why a guy might want an Escort Christmas day would be to take around to those relatives houses you only see one day per year and pretend its your girlfriend.
« Last Edit: September 06, 2011, 11:17:59 PM by AnthG »


Offline TeenKylie

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Now that is sad & depressing  :rolleyes:
Lol :D It's all part of it. I always have some Christmas Spirt :yahoo:

Lol :D It's all part of it. I always have some Christmas Spirt :yahoo:

Bollocks :mad:  A Bond film yes.  Beating the crap out of your Nan on the Wii yes.  Queens speech big fat no  :P 

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Bollocks :mad:  A Bond film yes.  Beating the crap out of your Nan on the Wii yes.  Queens speech big fat no  :P
I never actually watch it but I think for some people it's really important. It's gotta be an old bond film though ;)

Offline SteveNova



It will be the case of come around and eat my Christmas dinner with me. Watch the Queens speach with me.
Pull a cracker with me  :D

Offline Daffodil

So you like having sex with failures do you?

As long as they have big tits and suck cock well  :cool:


Offline Daffodil

I am therefore likely to be alone for Christmas but not because I'm a failure. True, I probably won't punt but I certainly don't think it would be sad to do so.

Some may say that to punt at anytime admits failure but this community could offer many reasons to the contrary.

To tar everybody with the same brush (anth, TK) is pretty narrowminded.


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