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I just hope she gets a job on Blue Peter so we can watch her struggle with double sided sticky tape for the entire show while roaring at Shep to come back with her hook.

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The new Friar Tuck (this time just called 'Tuck') in BBC's Robin Hood.

 

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The thing is I bet there are no people from the ethnic minorities or indeed anyone with a disability in the top/senior jobs at the BBC.

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The new Friar Tuck (this time just called 'Tuck') in BBC's Robin Hood.

 

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That's just a tan from where he's been in the Holy Land for years.

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Friar Tuck was black you muthafuckas. Just like the Vikings and Shakespeare. And Jesus. And Mozart.

 

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So, by the year 2000 Jesus was going to be back, on a white charger, carrying his Holy Sword of Righteousness, and smiting the white man. What happened? I mean, I know the traffic jams on the M25 can get a bit ridiculous sometimes, but nine years?? I suppose even the Son of God has problems with gridlock. Perhaps the rear indicator on his horse isn't working and he's stuck in the verrrrrrrrrrrry slow-moving inside lane of the Heathrow slipway.

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I used to go to Student Night Thursday’s at the Superstar Boudoir (don’t laugh, £9.99 all you can drink) and there was only one set of unisex toilets in there, guarded by a dead ringer for John Coffey from The Green Mile. 

 

Is is it OK to have unisex bogs in gay bars?

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14 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

I used to go to Student Night Thursday’s at the Superstar Boudoir (don’t laugh, £9.99 all you can drink) and there was only one set of unisex toilets in there, guarded by a dead ringer for John Coffey from The Green Mile. 

 

Is is it OK to have unisex bogs in gay bars?

There was a really good club in Melbourne, good 10 years ago now, and they only have one unisex toilet. I always made sure I came prepared (relieved).

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1 hour ago, lifetime fan said:

I’d rather a child used the toilet than pissed themselves. 

That sounds like a bible quote. But it should start with 'verily'.

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45 minutes ago, aRdja said:

There was a really good club in Melbourne, good 10 years ago now, and they only have one unisex toilet. I always made sure I came prepared (relieved).

 

Cant remember the name of the place as I was off my head for a couple of years, but there was a gay friendly bar/club in town that had unisex toilets, 2 thrones to a cubicle. 

 

Some hedonistic shit (excuse the pun) went on in there. 

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I’ve no experience of sex

offenders but I’d imagine that they arent repelled by a sign on a toilet door.  It’s not as if they are vampires who haven’t been invited in.  

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4 hours ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

Sadly, unisex toilets are probably the future, as the thought of female chastisement is the only thing that'll stop some men pissing on the floor and shitting in sinks.

 

Funny you should say that, as the women's toilets in our workplace are notoriously filthier than the gents'.

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2 hours ago, Strontium Dog said:

 

Funny you should say that, as the women's toilets in our workplace are notoriously filthier than the gents'.

Same at mine, for some reason a woman decided to use an empty crisp bag and leave it on the floor next to the toilet instead of just going in the toilet. Brave new world we’re living in it seems.

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5 hours ago, Strontium Dog said:

 

Funny you should say that, as the women's toilets in our workplace are notoriously filthier than the gents'.

Same in ours. Some agricultural horrors go on in the ladies.

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11 hours ago, aRdja said:

Thoughts on this?  PC gone mad or much ado about a unisex toilet?

 

 

Why can't the sign just say toilets? 

 

I don't see the point in making the extra effort to appear more PC. 

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