Monday, 17 September 2018

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33 comments:

  1. Flounce, drama queen, flounce!

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  2. Bwa-Ha-Ha-Ha!Haven't seen anyone throw a good hissy fit lately,have you? - Mary

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  3. LOLOL! I dunno. I've seen some pretty nasty scorned women.
    it's probably a toss-up.

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  4. LOL And five minutes later, I am still laughing.

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  5. Barbara Anne3:45 pm

    Might you follow Winnie's fine example of a good hissy fit?

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  6. Reminds me of the late Anthony Shaffer's (who wrote 'Sleuth') play 'Whodunit?'. Never one to miss an opportunity to make an anti-gay dig (his at least equally, or more famous, twin brother, Peter S. - 'Amadeus' among others - was gay, of course, Antony S. inserted the gratuitous line into his play - "Hell hath no fury like a poofter scorned!" How the theatre audience rocked with laughter on hearing that, with myself sitting there squirming. This was, though, in the 1970s. Times have moved on since - thank Heavens!

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  7. ROFLMAO! I'm going to screen grab this one and use it the next time a fabulous friend of mine once again goes all dramatic on facebook over some little thing.

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  8. Inconvenienced? Does that mean when you can't get in a public convenience?

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  9. I don't understand this, why is it funny??? I get the bit about a woman who has been dumped would be pretty mad, but what does slightly inconvenienced mean? You went to the shop and they had run out of scotch eggs maybe? Confused :o(

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    1. Gay men can get just as mad as any woman but over the smallest of reasons

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    2. Thank you. I hadn't thought of it like that. Makes sense. x

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  11. Out of curiosity is the word 'homosexual' not seen as somewhat pejorative in the UK? I know here that mostly when you hear or read the word it's anti-gay.

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    1. Oh no homosexual is just fine

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  12. Ha ha John love you!

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  13. Eye roll, snort.

    Lol.

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  14. Or a bulldog slightly miffed! xx

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  15. My question is did you learn from Winnie or did she learn from you?

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  16. Absolutely brilliant 😃🙃😆

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  17. Every now and then I realize I am not a native English speaker ;-)

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  18. This accurately describes one of my dearest friends. Thank the universe, he is always on my side!

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  19. Smiling.
    Though I have known some who are obviously still closeted if that is true.

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  20. I can see your artistic flounce from here.

    Jo in Auckland, NZ

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  21. I bet you flicked your head as you stormed off. You brighten my day.

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  22. And what would the slight inconvenience consist of? Running out of mascara when all the shops are closed?

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  23. Were they wearing cheap shoes ?

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