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  1. Consistency

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    I have no objection to anyones fantasy of uniforms in general that are adult based, i.e. policewomen and men, santas, army etc that is a matter for them but school uniforms are under the age of consent.

    How do you know peados do not attend parties like that? They are not instantly recognisable with a long mac and glasses, many who look like peados are actually not. It is stereotypical.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Consistency Member since: May 21, 2010
  2. mike.davis

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    While I agree with you about this night being a bad idea, my problem with it is the name of the night.

    You are blowing this way out of proportion, a harmless school uniform fantasy is something I think you will find the majority of men have thought about, to compare a fantasy for an adult in a school uniform and peadophilia is incredibly ignorant. And I have to say i agree with people saying you are having a very victorian view on this. Fantasies about uniform, whether it be school or otherwise are common, deal with it.

    If we had the same view on it as japan however I would be agreeing with you.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: mike.davis Member since: Jul 28, 2010
  3. mike.davis

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    The stupidity of this comment amuses me, I think you'll find pedophiles would not be interested in fully grown adults, which once again makes any relation between a school uniform fantasy and pedophillia ridiculous.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: mike.davis Member since: Jul 28, 2010
  4. Cobby

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    "Really? Why?"

    It's clearly something you believe as well, which explains your blinkered attitude and inability to see the topic from any other viewpoint. Yours is a terrible tale, and we do hear of them from time to time, but you have to bear in mind that, thankfully, what makes them remarkable is their infrequency.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Cobby Member since: Oct 28, 2009
  5. Consistency

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    I do deal with it but not by approving of it.

    Whatever era a viewpoint maybe, or however out of line with modern viewpoint does not make it wrong. Just because something is popular does not make it right.
     
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  6. Consistency

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    The 20 year old was a fully grown consenting adult. As someone said earlier in this thread, it is seen as some as being nostalgic.

    Peadophiles will be interesting in adults, especially if they can close their eyes, feel white socks and piggy tails and imagine it is the real deal at leat for a short while.

    As with anything in life if the real thing is not available to you, then you take what is and the closer to the real thing the better.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Consistency Member since: May 21, 2010
  7. JayP

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    You could mock up a fake bike shed? Chalkboards etc good to have lying around and you could (if you dont have carpet everywhere) chalk a hopscotch somewhere on the floor? Just try and think what images do you remember about your school and if you cant, look on YouTube for old episodes of Grange Hill!

    Make your bar staff where the hats with little propellers!
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: JayP Member since: Dec 26, 2010
  8. Consistency

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    Hers was not reported to the police, there is no statistic for her. There are very few who know and she has moved on the best she can. Therefore, if this applies to her how many more are like her? I am not sure it is as infrequent as it may seem.

    No, I absolutely do not think that every man wants a child and women are just as capable of child abuse. It is again less known. I do not think that all men are like that at all.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Consistency Member since: May 21, 2010
  9. Cobby

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    Maybe it's time to think about skipping the daily ritual of Too Much Coffee + The Daily Mail. You need to calm down. ;)
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Cobby Member since: Oct 28, 2009
  10. callumclarke

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    I honestly do not know what to reply to this comment, i find it very hard, that i am inviting woman over the age of 18 to a event, Yes the woman will be wearing school uniform, Yes it is abit of fun, No that does not mean the woman are going to be manipulated into thinking every bloke likes little girls, give me a break! And as someone pointed out there will be no little girls as they are over the age of 18, so this would be the wrong place for them!
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: callumclarke Member since: Dec 31, 2008
  11. rafeeg

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    Thanks for sharing
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: rafeeg Member since: Jan 14, 2011
  12. ChrisAITY

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    I don't know what's going on in this thread, but based on just looking at page 1 and page 13, you want to create an event of a school night.. I have been to such an event at a club, and it was a great laugh, dressing up like we were in school again, no problem in it at all.. I don't know what has been said in this thread, but to me, a school night event for over 18s sounds fine to me............ I don't know where and how 'paedophiles' has come into the equation.... :)
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: ChrisAITY Member since: Aug 10, 2009
  13. mike.davis

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    Because instead of marketing the night as a school night like every other school themed event, it is being advertised as a "naughty schoolgirl" night, the pedophile thing is just someone being over the top.

    Thats about the gist of this thread.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: mike.davis Member since: Jul 28, 2010
  14. ChrisAITY

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    I suppose the event named "naughty schoolgirl" is a tad urmmmmmmm........... (can't think of the word)

    Thanks for the gist :)
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: ChrisAITY Member since: Aug 10, 2009
  15. MuffinMan

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    or "porn reality party" :p
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: MuffinMan Member since: Aug 29, 2009
  16. roythehandyman

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    Is it a naughty party or not
    [​IMG]:)
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: roythehandyman Member since: Dec 19, 2008
  17. Consistency

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    Now this kind if event as I picture it, (not know how it would work as an event and would still need a lot of discussion and security would possibly still be a big issue, old eagle eye is the best one to give more advice on that as he is experienced) is very different morally to a naughty schoolgirl thing.

    A back to school night with no sexual references or "naughtiness" reaches out to a lot more people as we have or most of us been to school. Nobody is under pressure to flash their midriffs like Britney Spears and boybands, women could still wear their trousers as many schoolgirls do, no need for heels which is better as they are less likely to take them off and have their bare foot trod on and then a fight break out, the boys can be a part of it too.

    How realistic this is as an event I have no idea but taking away the sleaziness of this and having a fun night is nothing to do with peadoplhilia but I maintain there is a link between naughty schoolgirls and peadophilia.

    After all if we cannot reminisce about our schooldays without being classed as a perv then we would have to wipe out our entire pre-eighteens. A nostaligic night or nostalgic school programmes even have nothing to do with perversion but "naughtiness" in this context does not mean "I will see you at dinner time round the back and we will fight it out" or "lets put glue on the teachers seat" it clearly means something else.
     
    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Consistency Member since: May 21, 2010
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    I love this picture - looks like Orco out of He-Man but with feet.
     
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    Posted: Jan 14, 2011 By: Consistency Member since: May 21, 2010
  19. Cobby

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    Did you know the increase in global warming and natural disasters is due to the decrease in worldwide pirate numbers? :rolleyes:
     
    Posted: Jan 15, 2011 By: Cobby Member since: Oct 28, 2009
  20. mike.davis

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    I think you are a bit far removed from the sort of people that go to school themed fancy dress partys, I can assure you the majority of the girls will dress as a naughty schoolgirl, infact as slutty as they possibly can. This is not my problem with the night, it is the fact that by forcing the guests to be "naughty schoolgirls" you force away the girls with a bit more class, the groups of friends (mixed gender) the couples etc. and encourage alot of men that wouldn't actually be a part of the night but would be a nuisance.

    You basically force out the people who would make the night go smoothly and encourage the exact sort of people that nobody would want to associate with their business.
     
    Posted: Jan 15, 2011 By: mike.davis Member since: Jul 28, 2010
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