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vulcanised
1st Feb 2013, 14:36
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02467/banned-ad-summ_2467170c.jpg

This advert banned because it "Depicted a child in an unsafe location" :ugh:

More like this at Banned fashion and beauty ads - Fashion Galleries - Telegraph (http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/galleries/TMG9839073/Banned-fashion-and-beauty-ads.html)

rgbrock1
1st Feb 2013, 14:48
vulcanised:

Or, the photo could be of a young girl contemplating suicide.
That was my original thought when I first looked at it.

Slasher
1st Feb 2013, 14:55
....Well I feel ALL adverts featuring ladies with small breasts should be banned!

Referring to my boob recognition chart below, only the first and forth depictions
on the top line should be accepted by advertisers for public consumption.


http://www.medindia.net/patients/patientinfo/images/breast-shapes-new.jpg

Note - snoopy breasts are ones that look like Snoopy's nose! :rolleyes:

airship
1st Feb 2013, 14:58
rgbrock1 wrote; Or, the photo could be of a young girl contemplating suicide. That was my original thought when I first looked at it.

Whatever, airship wants "to save her". Bring her back into his cocoon hitherto shared by just stray cats. airship wants more pussy, whatever Slasher leaves us mere mortals with anyhow, (but can the waif cook?)...?!

Mr Chips
1st Feb 2013, 15:00
High heels on that terrain? Of course its dangerous...that is what they meant isn't it?

SpringHeeledJack
1st Feb 2013, 15:47
The images give the impression that the photographer and art-director intended. They catch your attention and should stimulate an emotional response that will keep the viewer/purchaser connected (hopefully to purchasing). Most products are sold with a sexualising/power element to entice the viewer into action and starting in the mid-80's with Benneton, images that were controversial were used to gain notoriety and coverage. Is it 'wrong' ? Probably, but as in the image of the girl on the railway track in the OP, the company can just say "it's just a girl sitting on a railway line" whilst most people will associate it in a second with a young girl in distress contemplating suicide :rolleyes:

Mind you, when you see the frenetic violence offered in cartoons to children on TV these days, this is probably tame..



SHJ

Dushan
1st Feb 2013, 15:49
Ultimate PC madness

Kitchener dad arrested at school after daughter draws picture of gun | Toronto Star (http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2012/02/24/kitchener_dad_arrested_at_school_after_daughter_draws_pictur e_of_gun.html)

A Kitchener father is angry at police after he was arrested at his child’s school and later strip-searched at the police station, all because his 4-year-old daughter drew a picture of a gun in class

vulcanised
1st Feb 2013, 16:50
the photo could be of a young girl contemplating suicide.
That was my original thought when I first looked at it.


My original thought was 'She's going to get rust all over that skirt from that disused track'.

radeng
1st Feb 2013, 16:57
Can the Kitchener dad sue?

Slasher
1st Feb 2013, 18:19
Toffeez - now that's what I call a bloody good advert! :ok:

Dushan
1st Feb 2013, 19:11
Can the Kitchener dad sue?

There was some talk of it, but since the picture miraculously disappeared (it was drawn on the whiteboard) and all involved (school, children's' aid, police, even the politicians) used the Nuremberg defence he would have to spend a lot of money to pursue this. Money he doesn't have.

If it had happened in States, he would be sitting on potential millions.

belfrybat
1st Feb 2013, 19:26
To me, that girl is just out for a walk and wanted to rest her ass for a bit.

toffeez
1st Feb 2013, 19:37
You've all got it wrong. To know if there's a train coming one puts one's ear (or other more sensitive part) on the tracks to pick up the vibrations.

Dushan
1st Feb 2013, 19:46
Looks to me she put her most sensitive part on the rail.

Milo Minderbinder
2nd Feb 2013, 00:36
this looks like a dangerous image to me
http://im41.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/wpid-women-in-combat1.jpg

sisemen
2nd Feb 2013, 04:50
If the pic in post #1 is dangerous then this one surely must be

http://ts3.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4659172800333142&pid=15.1

and to prove it was dangerous just look at what happened a little later.....

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4578955713447584&pid=15.1




She's fallen in the water

hellsbrink
2nd Feb 2013, 04:57
Ultimate PC madness

That the best you can do?

Melody Valentin, a fifth-grader in South Philadelphia, Pa., found an L-shaped piece of paper in her backpack in class; her grandfather had made it. As she went to throw it away, a classmate saw it and told the teacher Melody had a gun. "He yelled at me and said I shouldn't have brought the gun to school," Melody said through tears. "I kept telling him it was a paper gun but he wouldn't listen." As other students watched, administrators searched the girl and questioned her. Other children started to call her a "murderer," and her mother had to pull her out of school to stop the bullying. The mother notes that the girl is having nightmares over the incident, and school officials refuse to comment. (RC/WTXF Philadelphia)

hellsbrink
2nd Feb 2013, 04:58
Looks to me she put her most sensitive part on the rail.

But is she picking up any vibrations?

toffeez
2nd Feb 2013, 05:45
This one is .. also banned ..

http://ris.fashion.telegraph.co.uk/RichImageService.svc/imagecontent/1/TMG9839073/p/DAKOTA-LOLA_2050405a.jpg

N707ZS
2nd Feb 2013, 07:47
Looks like the boxing ladies have been banned.

toffeez
2nd Feb 2013, 07:52
The boxing ladies photo disappeared but the post was still there, so I'm not accusing the mods this time. Probably something more technical.

RedhillPhil
2nd Feb 2013, 08:45
My original thought was 'She's going to get rust all over that skirt from that disused track'.


Not disused, the railhead has a clear shiny strip along the top.

probes
2nd Feb 2013, 08:53
Absolutely horrendous. Images like that can't be unseen (even though I've been refused the 'boxing lady' post, must be extra-sensitive), so must be banned for sure.
Let's go to the net instead. Milo could surely help one get started? :8

sisemen
2nd Feb 2013, 08:54
Looks like the boxing ladies have been banned.

The delightful Jenny Agutter seems to have survived the cull. Phew!

belfrybat
2nd Feb 2013, 09:45
Both in JB and RN I'm seeing even rather inocuous posts being removed for no apparent reason. The whole forum is being blanded down to utter boredom.

Milo Minderbinder
2nd Feb 2013, 12:10
for Probes

Sporting Female Streakers Hall of Shame (http://www.wessex.me.uk/streakershallofshame.html)

toffeez
2nd Feb 2013, 19:41
Speet and Swa-Lo are back ...

http://www.strangedangers.com/images/content/175410.jpg

N707ZS
2nd Feb 2013, 21:39
Here's a better one. Don't know if she is on PpRune.

Gossard Girls Avoid the Floods - YouTube

P.S Always thought .....:mad:..no sorry might get banned.

Milo Minderbinder
2nd Feb 2013, 21:48
thats a small basket

lomapaseo
3rd Feb 2013, 00:09
maybe that's what I need to get it up

Wholigan
3rd Feb 2013, 00:41
FFS --- you lot and your conspiracy theories. Toffeez removed HIS OWN earlier posts!!!

It happens a lot, so wind your necks back in if you don't know the facts.

sisemen
3rd Feb 2013, 02:07
It's alright for you to mock Wholigan. But there's definitely someone out there to get us. :}

ExSp33db1rd
3rd Feb 2013, 08:04
She's fallen in the water

Do they float ?

The first picture is obviously false - the young girl doesn't have a cellphone in either hand.

Duckbutt
3rd Feb 2013, 11:06
It's alright for you to mock Wholigan.

All very well for you to say that but don't think I'm brave enough.:suspect:

toffeez
3rd Feb 2013, 12:15
Once upon a time a gentleman, upon finding a waif on the tracks, would be expected to take her back to his residence for some nourishment, warmth and some bodily soothing. If she had nowhere to sleep, the gentleman would graciously allow her to share his bed.

Now he'd better look the other way and move on, in case someone catches him holding her hand. An offence which could send him up for a stay in the Jimmy Savile Wing.
.

Lonewolf_50
3rd Feb 2013, 12:44
The Gossard clip has in it aviation content. Is this permitted? :}

Davaar
3rd Feb 2013, 13:19
There was some talk of it, but since the picture miraculously disappeared (it was drawn on the whiteboard) and all involved (school, children's' aid, police, even the politicians) used the Nuremberg defence he would have to spend a lot of money to pursue this. Money he doesn't have

While THEY were spending a lot of miney to protect themselves ... HIS tax money.

AlpineSkier
3rd Feb 2013, 13:51
and to prove it was dangerous just look at what happened a little later...

Yes, she ended up in a six-year relationship with Michael Winner and , if you give credence to his book, believed him when , during their first dinner together he told her it was vital for the sake of their burgeoning romance that they consummate matters that very night.

Water affected her brain, obviously.

@lonewolf

The Gossard clip has in it aviation content. Is this permitted?

Yes, the rules specifically permit this when they are firmly tethered in such a way as not to be able to suddenly lift up or fly out-of-control and possibly injure an innnocent bystander ( with a cam-corder ) :E

Tankertrashnav
3rd Feb 2013, 16:12
I am seriously concerned that the bra and knickers in the Gossard ad might not be made from flame-proof material, as recommended for all flying clothing. I feel we should be reassured on this point.

toffeez
3rd Feb 2013, 16:24
You didn't see the red tag: "REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT" ?

Dushan
3rd Feb 2013, 16:45
While THEY were spending a lot of miney to protect themselves ... HIS tax money.

Ah, but it's for public safety*. If it saves just one child it's worth it.










* Under the watchful eyes of Chris Wyatt.

toffeez
5th Feb 2013, 14:19
http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y164/wteach/IAYS/bikini-mud-wrestling-16.jpg

Alloa Akbar
5th Feb 2013, 15:26
This honey has got to go too.. she could hurt herself..

http://officialmancard.com/omc/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/sexy-girl-with-gun.jpg

For the second time in an hour a thread descends into t1ts.. Jeez JB is back on form these days! :ok:

rgbrock1
5th Feb 2013, 15:27
Alloa:

She's pointing a pistol at me. I guess she wants me to surrender.

Okay. I give up. Take me in. :ok::ok::ok:

PS: what's wrong with descending into t1ts? Slasher, do you have an opinion about this? :}

Alloa Akbar
5th Feb 2013, 15:38
what's wrong with descending into t1ts?

Absolutely nothing at all.. more of that I say!

As for pointing a pistol, I believe she is saying "You are going to come with me".. to which of course, the correct reply is "Yes Ma'am!" :ok:

Slasher
5th Feb 2013, 17:18
what's wrong with descending into t1ts?

One ASCENDS a thread into tits - ie ascends the limbic system to more basic attractions,
for a time, freeing up one's cerebral cortex neurons to concentrate on posting about the
general thread topic (after the boob view). Thus one's consequential posts are of a more
higher order.


Besides - boobs are a much more refreshing break than Kit Kats!


http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQBTJ7foVpOWxnR-aa-XKKvdaYpNmzQ-aIp0KipGWuExawZG32V . http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRA9ICaC6_FlLWIZvN8M1wtbv2GdSKEqJkaXsZ9bL8 Sw0cp2nigYg

rgbrock1
5th Feb 2013, 17:23
Yes, I agree with Slasher. Boobs cause the Ascendancy of Man. Bring 'em on.

Hey Slash. I dare you to post that picture of a certain nubile young lady jumping rope!!!!!! On second thought, maybe you shouldn't. For sure you'd be spending more time in the naughty chair!!!

http://karenrussell.typepad.com/my_lifejust_not_on_the_ro/images/2008/04/17/4_17_08_post.jpg

Ascend Charlie
5th Feb 2013, 19:01
ooohh... that's a dangerous photo, that poor little kid is about to fall face first off the chair!!

Milo Minderbinder
5th Feb 2013, 20:04
now......this is dangerous

you could get your brains knocked out if you got too close

http://www.wessex.me.uk/streakers/boobtoss.gif