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October 19, 2014

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Connor

1,000 yen is about six quid.

I'm calculating for a friend.

Nikw211

I understand the naughty school girl fantasy is quite a common one, but if they actually were school girls, then I am judging.

Seb

In the old days, the slap in the face was free.

Henry

In the old days, the slap in the face was free

More likely to be a knee in the unmentionables these days

Er so I'm told hehehe

David

For some reason this sprang to mind.

Lancastrian Oik

One of many memorable lines from that splendid show.

However, Mrs. Oik and I are of the opinion that this wins by a country mile. Thus far, anyway.

Also: in episode 3 of "The Code", shown on BBC4 last night a young female character asked Jesse, the Asperger's spectrum hacker: "Did you just smell my hair?".

David

Mrs. Oik and I are of the opinion that this wins by a country mile. Thus far, anyway.

Heh. I’d forgotten that gem.

Lord of the Fleas

Actually, Henry, these days what used to be handled by a knee in the unmentionables is more likely to be met with a lawsuit and/or human rights complaint.

Lancastrian Oik

An idea occurs- it would be quite a decent prank if someone suggested opening one of these establishments in, say, Berkeley, CA.

It would provoke a sort of Three Mile Island of prudish self-righteousness.

Just saying, like.

bgates

it would be quite a decent prank if

Step 1: Announce the opening of such a place in Berkeley
Step 2: Wait for the height of the feverish anti-patriarchy protests (~8 min)
Step 3: Announce what sets your establishment apart is that it's designed to cater to lesbians who want to sniff the hair of a schoolgirl and get slapped
Step 4: Allow the mayor to bestow upon you the key to the city and an urban redevelopment grant in the mid- to upper-six figures.

RNB

Alas, I read that as 'schoolgirl snuff parlor.'

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