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View Poll Results: What colour should Paul Monaghan MP dye his hair?

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  • Black

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  • Brown

    1 5.88%
  • Bleach blonde

    1 5.88%
  • Red

    5 29.41%
  • Don't dye it. Leave it as it is. Grey and dull and boring.

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Thread: What colour should Paul Monaghan MP dye his hair?

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    Default What colour should Paul Monaghan MP dye his hair?

    Paul Monaghan is Caithness' new MP which is ok apart from one thing. His hair!! What is his wife thinking of? Why doesn't she look after his blank canvas of hair? It has no colour at all and it's crying so loudly for attention that they must be able to hear it in Strathpeffer and Garve. A blank canvas shouldn't be left blank should it now? Even my artistic nemesis the ghost of Jackson Pollock agrees with me on this. So what colour should Paul's wife choose for him and his constituents? You know he's worth it Mrs M so do something about it!!

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    Maybe he's just not the sort of jessie who dyes his hair.

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    I think that nice alternative washed out blue and purple look would be quite suitable.

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    Maybe he would suit blue and purple but his hair looks washed out already. What he needs is a bright new look.

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    I can recommend Julie McGuire. She does Nicola Sturgeon's look. And whatever you think of Nicola's politics, her makeover has been truly dramatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sids View Post
    Maybe he's just not the sort of jessie who dyes his hair.
    I view that remark as homophobic and highly offensive and request that you remove it as a matter of urgency.

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    "Homophobic" - now thats a big word for a Weeker. What does it mean anyway ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bystander1 View Post
    "Homophobic" - now thats a big word for a Weeker. What does it mean anyway ?
    I would suggest googling it. It means the same in Wick or anywhere else in the civilised world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bystander1 View Post
    "Homophobic" - now thats a big word for a Weeker. What does it mean anyway ?
    Irrational fear of homo, whatever that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeker2014 View Post
    I view that remark as homophobic and highly offensive and request that you remove it as a matter of urgency.
    Are you saying the gay community are jessies? That's highly offensive.

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    Seems the term is not considered offensive according to the urban Dictionary, infact it seems quite complimentary.

    One should always remember the English language is a dynamic and constantly evolving language.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Jessie
    Last edited by BetterTogether; 15-May-15 at 18:13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterTogether View Post
    Seems the term is not considered offensive according to the urban Dictionary, infact it seems quite complimentary.

    One should always remember the English language is a dynamic and constantly evolving language.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Jessie
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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterTogether View Post
    Seems the term is not considered offensive according to the urban Dictionary, infact it seems quite complimentary.

    One should always remember the English language is a dynamic and constantly evolving language.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Jessie
    No but it is offensive according to the Oxford dictionary, and it is not how the ball is thrown it is how it is caught. I find the term to be homophobic and your responses to my post say it all about the type of people you are.

    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/de...english/jessie

    In addition you will also find the meaning of homophobic below for any of you who are in doubt:

    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/de...ish/homophobic

    I request again that you remove your comment.

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