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A right tosser

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Just reading a book about spy activity during WW2, and whilst I don’t condone it, the Gestapo would have had a method to control his urges.




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airedale wrote:
23 Oct 2020 17:12
Just reading a book about spy activity during WW2, and whilst I don’t condone it, the Gestapo would have had a method to control his urges.
Cut his hands off?


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Was he doing the helicopter?




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20 times a day?

It would be a bleeding stump in no time.

A likely story.




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Darran wrote:
23 Oct 2020 17:14
airedale wrote:
23 Oct 2020 17:12
Just reading a book about spy activity during WW2, and whilst I don’t condone it, the Gestapo would have had a method to control his urges.
Cut his hands off?
No, connect his gonads up to the mains. They’d be fighting amongst themselves for the switch activity.




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Reminded me when I was a kid there was a guy who would randomly show up on the street, send kids scattering, then knock peoples doors and would attempt to pull down the trousers of the person who answered.


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Monty wrote:
23 Oct 2020 18:59
Reminded me when I was a kid there was a guy who would randomly show up on the street, send kids scattering, then knock peoples doors and would attempt to pull down the trousers of the person who answered.
Bad luck for him then if the bloke who answered was an eighteen stone aggressive homophobe.




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airedale wrote:
23 Oct 2020 20:22
Monty wrote:
23 Oct 2020 18:59
Reminded me when I was a kid there was a guy who would randomly show up on the street, send kids scattering, then knock peoples doors and would attempt to pull down the trousers of the person who answered.
Bad luck for him then if the bloke who answered was an eighteen stone aggressive homophobe.
He would do it in the day when the majority of men were in work, unlike today


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