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Fireman

The Headmaster
Posted on: 17 October 2005, 12:24am

One of the old job descriptions which, unlike for instance author/authoress, actor/actress or waiter/waitress, didn't have a complimentary other gender equivalent.

The Headmaster
Posted on: 1 December 2005, 12:18pm

Up at last, with his sideburns and smouldering eyes. Ooo ladies, isn't he hot! The second most popular male stripogram, I believe, after 'officer and a gentleman' dress whites. I hope you appreciate that illustrating this not-so-little chap has made me gay.

The Lawyer
Posted on: 1 December 2005, 5:12pm

Hate to spoil the fun, but for me he's a politically correct "Firefighter". However: S for Stripper?

The Headmaster
Posted on: 1 December 2005, 6:35pm

Ahem. Stripper - I don't think the front page is ready for this.

WARNING: not work safe, nor safe for small animals and children, nor for people with a delicate constitution. If you feel you are likely to be offended, don't follow. Actually, if you feel you are likely to be offended, what are you doing here?

The Lawyer
Posted on: 3 December 2005, 2:32pm

I know, I spotted that, but I thought it was just gratuitously offensive as opposed to non PC

The Headmaster
Posted on: 3 December 2005, 2:52pm

Undressing for money is generally now considered unPC, but then it never was acceptable outside of an art studio (and barely then, ho ho pun), so 'Stripper' doesn't satisfy the entry requirements.

Yes, the nudity is gratuitously offensive, lewd and pornographic in the animation (hey, but equal opportunities). In the stripper card the F for Fireman becomes an S for Stripper and so it becomes instead, um, gratuitously offensive. Still.

Oh, and thanks for the CDs!

Fairy Princess
Posted on: 13 December 2005, 1:00pm

That fireman is just a bit too much after you've eaten. I feel sick.

The Lawyer
Posted on: 13 December 2005, 5:38pm

Such a fragile one. so ethereal

What are you doing on the internet at this time of day? Shouldn't you be...
sprinkling fairy dust or something?

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