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G&T ice n slice
28th Jan 2014, 20:51
Woman who had NHS breast enlargement has turned to escort work to pay money back | Mail Online (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2547298/Woman-NHS-breast-enlargement-says-shes-turned-escort-work-bid-pay-money-back.html)

Are there THAT many blind millionaires in Leeds?

superq7
28th Jan 2014, 21:00
What a slut ! (does she do bj)

Sallyann1234
28th Jan 2014, 21:04
Good to see the Daily Mail is maintaining its standards, by printing advertisements for prostitutes.
I trust she is declaring her income for tax.

Lon More
28th Jan 2014, 21:05
Complete with tramp stamps no doubt. Looks like the NHS got a job lot of Michelin rejects.

Capetonian
28th Jan 2014, 21:28
Can someone give me her phone number? I'd like to tell her how stupid she's been. On second thoughts, it's probably available on any of the hooker websites.

Funny thing is, she looks uncannily like a rather slutty female who was on a course I ran a year or so ago.

500N
28th Jan 2014, 21:34
"Complete with tramp stamps no doubt."

And of course with those goes the obligatory belly button showing clothes
that show off the tramp stamp !

GrumpyOldFart
28th Jan 2014, 22:26
Better start saving up for a face transplant, luv.


:ooh:

Nervous SLF
28th Jan 2014, 22:35
I think a very important point is that she is trying to pay money back, I am sure quite a lot wouldn't.

Dushan
28th Jan 2014, 22:54
I think we need Slasher to comment.

500N
28th Jan 2014, 22:58
I don't think they are big enough for him to notice :rolleyes:


Slasher, we miss you !

cockney steve
28th Jan 2014, 23:07
well, there are some people willing to give the dog a bone. :\

RJM
29th Jan 2014, 05:25
Absolutely brilliant self-promotion. That girl should be in advertising.

Krystal n chips
29th Jan 2014, 06:03
" Funny thing is, she looks uncannily like a rather slutty female who was on a course I ran a year or so ago"

Appearances are, after all, everything as they say ( was this course in Crawley of Swindon perchance given the ahem, past views expressed about the ladies from these locations ) and yet, it can be easy to become confused can it not.....I seem to recall this confusion regarding sartorial appearance even extended to yourself being confused as.....a railway porter.....who are usually uniformed staff.

B Fraser
29th Jan 2014, 06:44
Why is it that slappers always have "looks" that trend towards the same stereotype ? That would infer that there's some sort of planning going on which I find difficult to believe as it would require some sort of cognitive ability.

There's nothing as trashy as a pair of fake plastic tits. Be they large or small, zeppellins or fried eggs, a woman is either sexy or she is not. Knockerage doth not a woman make ! I've known ladies who could only boast a pair of aspirins on an ironing board but they were incredibly attractive.

Bring back El Slasho !

fedex727
29th Jan 2014, 06:47
Hell fire! Is that Mr Data from Star Trek TNG...?

SpringHeeledJack
29th Jan 2014, 06:53
always have "looks" that trend towards the same stereotype ? That would infer that there's some sort of planning going on which I find difficult to believe as it would require some sort of cognitive ability.

By chance I clicked onto a tv program last night that concerned botched plastic surgery, one about breast enlargements and the other a labial reduction. Both went wrong previously and the ladies had to have remedial surgery/treatment thereafter with side effects such as septicemia and puss filled cysts :uhoh:. It wasn't pretty, poor things, but as in the above quote they both perfectly fit the stereotype. Uncanny.



SHJ

B Fraser
29th Jan 2014, 07:15
With the labial reduction, Niki Lauda needs some new ears :ok:

Lon More
29th Jan 2014, 07:17
ex GF wanted labial surgery. She thought they were too large Took a hell of a lot of convincing to change her mind, painful op, walk like John Wayne for months and loss of feeling during games.

Dash8driver1312
29th Jan 2014, 07:44
Perhaps the lesson is more, think of the damage your actions and words can cause to someone. I note no one here has suggested any kind of recrimination towards the bullies who made this girl feel inadequate. I guess that can be written off as "boys being boys" and "well, that's how kids are..."

Don't get me wrong, she is now money-grabbing and totally "the world owes me because I said so" instead of "time to take charge of matters." Even her heroine Katie Price ripped her apart in her editorial. Can't recall which glad rag that was in though.

Just remember folks, there but for the grace of god...

denachtenmai
29th Jan 2014, 07:52
Nervous SLF
I think a very important point is that she is trying to pay money back, I am sure quite a lot wouldn't.
Any bets on this happening?
Regards, Den.

Ovation
29th Jan 2014, 07:54
Fugly is a word that came to mind.....

Takan Inchovit
29th Jan 2014, 09:03
Want larger breasts? Just eat plenty of chicken.

airship
29th Jan 2014, 12:05
Capetonian wrote: Can someone give me her phone number? I'd like to tell her how stupid she's been. On second thoughts, it's probably available on any of the hooker websites.

Funny thing is, she looks uncannily like a rather slutty female who was on a course I ran a year or so ago.

Well, did you find her phone no. on any of the regular hooker websites, or are you still looking?! :p

PS. What sort of courses do you hold? Perhaps the female in question was making the most of her attributes, seeking albeit unfair and more favourable attention from her tutor? "Now pay attention (class)!", Capetonian might have uttered quietly to himself... ;)

Whatever, here we all are in 2014, still attempting to get out of the global financial crisis of 2008. A time when many businesses are still trepid about investing for the future. Yet, here is one obviously brave and intrepid woman, pointing-forth the path, clearly investing for the future, and the rewards it might bring.

Shame on the lot of you (self-tossers included)...!!! :E

None of the above
29th Jan 2014, 15:44
Having looked at the article, my eye was drawn to the 'Most Watched News Videos' section. First video is entitled 'Huge boulders flatten 300-year-old house in Italy'.

I shall refrain from further comment.

Capetonian
29th Jan 2014, 15:56
Well, did you find her phone no. on any of the regular hooker websites, or are you still looking?!Yes, I shall pass it on to you by PM as she's not my type.

Alloa Akbar
29th Jan 2014, 16:01
I didn't think she looked too bad m'self..:hmm:

Capetonian
29th Jan 2014, 16:05
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS2t6-5tnHIQUM5HlG5PoXqNNFMo7j9h6REltxqkXAK-kQAwVveBLIfmF_rLg

Alloa?

Alloa Akbar
29th Jan 2014, 16:07
harsh... :8

Capetonian
29th Jan 2014, 16:16
She's a

http://instagr.am/p/PmxPCihsZA/media/?size=l


but nothing that a couple of these wouldn't fix ........... one for her, one for me, oops, I mean you.
https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTbAzFWS36Y_JqvpQJM4G5v6PhNQHje3BWNDY5H_Wt bv8M7Z6lx

500N
29th Jan 2014, 16:18
I reckon she looked better before the boob job.

But she doesn't appeal to me, even with Cape's suggestion of a Brown Paper Bag !

Caboclo
30th Jan 2014, 05:45
Not with a 10 foot pole! :eek: But that's just me, I'm sure she has plenty of business in her new career.

parabellum
30th Jan 2014, 07:07
I wonder who paid for the Botox?


Waiting for the follow up, she was born a bloke!


Certainly wouldn't want to take her home to meet Mummy!.

Alloa Akbar
30th Jan 2014, 07:59
@ Capetonian - Being slutty doesn't make her a bad person.. She has big bangers and likes sex.. whats not to like?? :O

You lot can say what you like.. I'll take her away from all this.. :}

racedo
21st Apr 2014, 12:31
Can Josie Cunningham, who wants to abort baby for Big Brother fame, sink any lower? | Mail Online (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2609143/A-respectable-family-Eight-GCSEs-Yet-girl-got-boob-job-NHS-wants-abort-baby-star-Big-Brother-Could-woman-sink-lower-search-fame.html)

Yup she can sink lower.

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 14:51
Words fail me too, but I would say that it is probably better that the baby should be aborted than have to suffer a mother like that. If she could be forced to give it up for adoption at birth that might be a better outcome, but as she will probably carry on drinking, smoking, and whoring during the pregnancy, then again, abortion is probably a better alternative.

She should also be sterilised, and if they 'accidentally' removed a vital organ at the same time, better still.

What a vile piece of work.

500N
21st Apr 2014, 14:54
"but I would say that it is probably better that the baby should be aborted than have to suffer a mother like that."

+ 1

And agree with the rest as well.

Shack37
21st Apr 2014, 15:16
Fantastic, the usual holier than thou, squeaky clean suspects getting stuck in with the usual sarky comments.
Not a word from anyone about another report on the same page about Mr. Speaker wasting approx 10 times as much taxpayers money.

Keep it up chaps, the world would be a better place if we were all as holy as thee.

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 15:21
Not a word from anyone about another report on the same page about Mr. Speaker wasting approx 10 times as much taxpayers money.Perhaps because that's not what this thread is about.
Are you tacitly condoning this excuse for a humane being's behaviour? Most animals have higher standards of behaviour.

500N
21st Apr 2014, 15:22
Shack

No, definitely not squeaky clean but not one to abort a child just to go on a crap TV show to be famous which is another level all together.

And wasting taxpayers money, stories are a dime a dozen and
don't involve killing something.

Shack37
21st Apr 2014, 15:38
Very few on here have not in the past criticised the Mail in no uncertain terms for it's manner of reporting on any subject yet you're all happy to believe word for word what's printed here. For me, it's about a female taking advantage of every opportunity for free publicity to make money as per thousands of others. Only the Mail (and Mirror) know if she's been quoted accurately or made only to further her ambitions which even I think are a bit far fetched in view of her less than seductive appearance.

To suggest that a child would be better aborted than be born to a mother like this says more about the opinion holder than the mother referred to.

Akrotiri71
21st Apr 2014, 15:40
If she's doing escort work, I've got a 1979 1.6 that needs a new exhaust and tuning. Can't imagine she get paid much for anything else! :D

Not my words.

Face like a welder's bench! (Those are mine).

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 15:45
To suggest that a child would be better aborted than be born to a mother like this says more about the opinion holder than the mother referred to. Assuming then that the article is 'based on' truth, which it might be, would you be happy to see a woman like as mother to your child?

I stick to my opinion that the child would be better of being aborted.

Sop_Monkey
21st Apr 2014, 15:45
Well a gal has gotta make a livin'

"Any port in a storm".

Shack37
21st Apr 2014, 16:16
Assuming then that the article is 'based on' truth, which it might be, would
you be happy to see a woman like as mother to your child?

I stick to my opinion that the child would be better of being aborted.


You are of course entitled to your opinion. Mine is that no child should be denied the chance of life based on who the mother is nor should the decision be made by a third party. That would be a dangerous step in the wrong direction I believe.
In answer to your question, if the child was mine I'd be in a position to make sure he/she was well looked after.
I'd also like to make clear that I am not anti abortionist.

500N
21st Apr 2014, 16:21
Shack

I think the sentiment in the posts - well mine for sure - was more directed at the mother than actually aborting the baby.

Anyway
- Has a boob job
- Becomes a pro to pay for it
- Gets pregnant - does she know who the father is ?????
- Says she is going to terminate the baby so she can go on BB
and become famous - or infamous :rolleyes:

Seems like a real stable person that us suitable for motherhood !

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 16:22
Mine is that no child should be denied the chance of life based on who the mother is nor should the decision be made by a third party. That would be a dangerous step in the wrong direction I believe.Perfectly reasonable point of view, I just happen to disagree. Sometimes a third party, be it a person or a committee, might make a better decision.

Krystal n chips
21st Apr 2014, 16:24
It was thoughtful of the Mail to include a photo of an adolescent teenager and offer it's "readership" the bra size....both at the same time...nothing quite like moralising hypocrisy to sell the rag really.......

"Words fail me too,"

On the contrary......


"but I would say that it is probably better that the baby should be aborted than have to suffer a mother like that. If she could be forced to give it up for adoption at birth that might be a better outcome, but as she will probably carry on drinking, smoking, and whoring during the pregnancy, then again, abortion is probably a better alternative.

She should also be sterilised, and if they 'accidentally' removed a vital organ at the same time, better still."

They are quite definitive.....although no clarification was really required.

" What a vile piece of work"

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 19:24
Says she is going to terminate the baby so she can go on BBWhat's BB? Is that a reference to one of the services in her professional repertoire?

500N
21st Apr 2014, 19:26
BB = Big Brother.

Lonewolf_50
21st Apr 2014, 19:28
She now looks like that Snooki creature from that insipid reality show Jersey Shore. If her objective in life was "I want to be famous" she has succeeded ... fifteen minutes or more.

I'll check back in a year to see if the stint in drug rehab (which is sure to be in the offing very soon) worked out. :p

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 19:33
Yuck ....... I've seen better on street corners in grimy suburbs of Wolverhampton.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/07/09/article-2358413-1ABAAACA000005DC-105_634x963.jpg

500N
21st Apr 2014, 19:41
Did I see some headline today that she comes from a well to do family and has 8 O Levels or something.

Looking at that photo, she obviously missed out on Make up class :rolleyes:

I'm sure the NHS is really pleased with that photo.


(With thighs like that she could become a member of the scrum !)

Lonewolf_50
21st Apr 2014, 19:51
Uh, we don't all like Twiggy thin gals, 500N.
That said, she could do with a few professionals helping out in two ways:

1. Learn how to put on make up.
2. Airbrushing.

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 19:52
(With thighs like that she could become a member of the scrum !)
Take out the 'r' from scrum and she already is!

500N
21st Apr 2014, 19:54
Lone

"Uh, we don't all like Twiggy thin gals, 500N."


I generally not as fond of Twiggy's either but something about her just doesn't appeal and not the two things you mentioned.

Lonewolf_50
21st Apr 2014, 19:55
I've been using beer to airbrush 'em pretty for years ... :cool: but this case may be in excess of beer's capability.

500N
21st Apr 2014, 19:56
Lone

OK, in case you haven't got that far before, after beer comes the brown paper bags. If a severe case is required, one for her and one for you !!! :O

Lonewolf_50
21st Apr 2014, 19:58
Having experienced the dreaded two bagger, I once thought seriously about the coyote expedient! :eek: Didn't follow through, since that was before Fly By Wire, and I'd need that left arm for the collective. :ok:

Boudreaux Bob
21st Apr 2014, 20:00
Beer for an air brush.....dear lad "Brewer's Droop" would set in first!

500N
21st Apr 2014, 20:02
Looking back, I sometimes wish I had had two bags :rolleyes: :O

Mr Chips
21st Apr 2014, 20:40
three bags 500N

One for her
One for you in case hers falls off
One for your pet dog so he doesn't take the pi$$ in the morning!

500N
21st Apr 2014, 20:44
" One for your pet dog so he doesn't take the pi$$ in the morning!"

:D:D:D:D

I always had to throw out the dog as she did not like it when activity started :rolleyes:

Luckily the transgressions where bags were required were a while ago !

Capetonian
21st Apr 2014, 20:52
I had a dog who was a better judge of females than I was, perhaps because he didn't drink. He used to get really upset if I took something bad home, odd really because normally if you bring another dog home yours will want to play with it!

Shack37
21st Apr 2014, 22:34
Perfectly reasonable point of view, I just happen to disagree. Sometimes a
third party, be it a person or a committee, might make a better decision.


If that decision was to take the child into care at birth I would agree but who the hell, be it a person or committee should have the right to condemn an unborn child to death on the basis of who the mother is?.

There was a hullaballoo recently about a newborn in a UK hospital being removed from a foreign mother because she hadn't been taking her prescribed medication. If it can be done under those circumstances it can surely also be done in the situation we're discussing.

I say again, to legislate to allow a "committee" to decide whether or not a baby is allowed to be born is barbaric. Shades of the 3rd Reich here.

500N
21st Apr 2014, 22:41
You should see the follow up article in the DM today.

Not flattering at all.

It even says she is going to sue the NHS re the boob job :rolleyes: :ugh:

Shack37
21st Apr 2014, 23:02
You should see the follow up article in the DM today.

Not flattering at all.

It even says she is going to sue the NHS re the boob job :rolleyes:
:ugh:

So now we've come full circle. From taking up "escorting" to pay for the original job and have it reversed to suing the NHS for the original having decided she didn't like the result after all. Sounds like a slow news day at the Mail so a follow up article with a bit more prompting for a publicity hungry woman.:(

Krystal n chips
22nd Apr 2014, 06:10
" I had a dog who was a better judge of females than I was, perhaps because he didn't drink.

Dogs are generally very good barometers of human beings and their personalities....however, the little grammatical gem contained below would suggest a rather more fundamental failing within the male of the species.

If it's any solace, you aren't alone to judge by the supportive pre adolescent ramblings of others on here.


" He used to get really upset if I took something bad home, odd really because normally if you bring another dog home yours will want to play with it

I do know some ladies who would be delighted to help you with your education and the English language in particular. I suspect however, their educational approach would leave you "somewhat confused"...... and probably seeking medical help for PTSD....if you would like to be socially introduced therefore, you need only ask. They are, I assure you, all charming, intelligent, personable and well-educated ladies.....so this may also prove problematic....for you.

panda-k-bear
22nd Apr 2014, 11:58
"If that decision was to take the child into care at birth I would agree but who the hell, be it a person or committee should have the right to condemn an unborn child to death on the basis of who the mother is?."

Shack, did you miss the bit where she is alleged to have said that she wants an abortion so that she can appear on Big Brother?


Krystal,

Do you support her statement that she do this? Or do you just come on here to pick fights regardless of whether you lend tacit support to a vile human being or not?

Lonewolf_50
22nd Apr 2014, 12:14
Krystal, snark is not needed.
I suspect however, their educational approach would leave you "somewhat confused"...... and probably seeking medical help for PTSD....if you would like to be socially introduced therefore, you need only ask. They are, I assure you, all charming, intelligent, personable and well-educated ladies.....so this may also prove problematic....for you
We are asked to play the ball, not the man, and I think you crossed the line there.

Shack37
22nd Apr 2014, 15:37
Shack, did you miss the bit where she is alleged to have said that she wants an abortion so that she can appear on Big Brother?


Panda
No I didn't miss a word of the Mail articles in those posts and it's good to see you used the word "allegedly" in your question. Did you miss the bit where I referred to the Mail doing a follow up article with IMHO, much prompting for quotes from a publicity hungry woman?
As I said earlier, I am not anti abortion but I believe the main right to decide is with the mother and input from the father, if known, which is not the case here.
I disagree completely with the reason she has allegedly given for aborting but it's her decision alone as the father is unknown.

Krystal n chips
22nd Apr 2014, 16:01
" Do you support her statement that she do this? Or do you just come on here to pick fights regardless of whether you lend tacit support to a vile human being or not

I don't support her stance, but equally, I don't support the immature level of male ( yes, I am male ) abuse and vilification she has been subjected to.

Whilst she does herself no favours in her self-seeking publicity, it's quite apparent she will simply fade into obscurity as have many others, male and female, seduced by the "celeb" culture that prevails.

If anything, she needs some form of psychotherapy and professional help, not ridicule and certainly not ridicule from a collection of males whose personal and social development seems to have stagnated.....somewhere between 5-16 yrs of mental age.

Lonewolf......ahem, if you read the post in question, you will note the "charming" term......something.....when referring to a woman.

10Watt
22nd Apr 2014, 19:24
She seems to have had a few thousand pounds worth of the tax payer`s

funds pumped in already.

Now me ? can l get a much needed op to extend my..... the NHS

doesn`t want to know.

A serious problem, not taken seriously by the spenders of our cash.

They seem to think that ten inches is enough.

l intend to sue.

500N
22nd Apr 2014, 19:28
"If anything, she needs some form of psychotherapy and professional help,"

Was thinking that the other day.

Lonewolf_50
22nd Apr 2014, 20:07
Krystal:
I noted it, and noted that it was not directed at you. Your point? :confused:

10Watt
22nd Apr 2014, 20:18
We pay.

Of course we pay, these people are entitled.

Standard Noise
22nd Apr 2014, 20:36
This girl is reasonably bright by all accounts (8 GCSEs, which is much more than many) and comes from a reasonably decent home. You just have to wonder where we, as a society, have gone wrong that she has taken the path she has ie pleading for a breast enlargement, failing at modelling, turning to prostitution, demanding a breast reduction and wanting a termination so she can go on a low grade reality show.


Terrible state of affairs, we are well on the way to hell on a handcart.

Lonewolf_50
22nd Apr 2014, 20:38
How has society failed?

Society seems to celebrate fame for the sake of fame. She's a success story, by that metric. :p

Capetonian
22nd Apr 2014, 20:38
I think that the above only proves that if there is a link between education/intelligence on the one hand and behaviour on the other, it's an inverse one. Politicians?

Sallyann1234
22nd Apr 2014, 21:45
I think a very important point is that she is trying to pay money back, I am sure quite a lot wouldn't.

She's hardly likely to earn enough on the streets to pay that much back.

Shack37
23rd Apr 2014, 09:46
I think that the above only proves that if there is a link between
education/intelligence on the one hand and behaviour on the other, it's an
inverse one. Politicians?


Full circle Cape, right back to prostitutes:ok:

Capetonian
23rd Apr 2014, 09:49
I'd trust a prostitute any time before I trusted a politician. As they say in Madrid : "Poder a las putas, ya que sus hijos ya lo tienen."

http://julienworldtour.typepad.com/photos/o_bsas_la_boca/p9010333.JPG

panda-k-bear
23rd Apr 2014, 10:57
As I said earlier, I am not anti abortion but I believe the main right to decide is with the mother and input from the father, if known, which is not the case here.
I disagree completely with the reason she has allegedly given for aborting but it's her decision alone as the father is unknown.

And if the alleged reason turns out to be true, would you think that her mental faculties are sufficiently intact to be able to take such a decision? Should she go full term, with the statements she has allegedly made, would it be better for Social Services to intervene?

Imagine the child growing up to find out what she has allegedly said.

The woman is obviously somewhat unstable. And Krystal, she would remain a woman up until she destroys a viable human life for the most distrubing of reasons in my eyes. At that point, any vestage of humanity in her would be removed and the 'something' moniker would become true because the one thing she would not be is human other than in a purely physical form.

Shack37
23rd Apr 2014, 14:36
And if the alleged reason turns out to be true, would you think that her
mental faculties are sufficiently intact to be able to take such a decision?
Should she go full term, with the statements she has allegedly made, would it be better for Social Services to intervene?


Social Services should only intervene and take the child into care at birth if the mother decides to go full term.
What kind of society would we be if we decided by committee that a child should be aborted because the mother is considered unfit?
As things are, it is her decision alone. The alternative being to detain her under some obscure secretive Mental Health Act and force her to give birth.

I personally find both alternatives repugnant in a "civilised" society.

Capetonian
23rd Apr 2014, 15:57
I personally find both alternatives repugnant in a "civilised" society. Agreed, but her behaviour is what if not repugnant? In fact that's far too kind a description.

My guess is that now that she's had all this publicity, she's a marked woman, and she's going to run into some people who are going to do a bit of 'panel beating' on her.

critter592
23rd Apr 2014, 20:47
It really boils my p:mad:s that slappers like her are being given boob jobs on the NHS, while in other news, a revolutionary cancer drug has been rejected by the same NHS as "too expensive."

vulcanised
23rd Apr 2014, 21:31
I rather agreed with the rejection of that cancer drug on the basis that it costs 90k to give six months extended life.

Seemed like poor value.

500N
23rd Apr 2014, 21:44
I haven't read the article re the cancer drug but agree re the 6 months extended life.

However, does it have an effect on cancer in younger people and
would it be worth it then ?


The other thing, why do boob jobs at all unless a life or death situation ?

Shack37
24th Apr 2014, 09:45
Agreed, but her behaviour is what if not repugnant? In fact that's far too
kind a description.

My guess is that now that she's had all this
publicity, she's a marked woman, and she's going to run into some people who are going to do a bit of 'panel beating' on her.


1.Does the fact that her behaviour is repugnant justify forcing an abortion by "commitee"? I don't believe so.

2. While she is still pregnant no doubt, probably save the NHS the cost of an abortion.

panda-k-bear
24th Apr 2014, 11:48
"1.Does the fact that her behaviour is repugnant justify forcing an abortion by "commitee"? I don't believe so."

Who's suggesting a committee to force her to abort? I seem to have missed that bit.

She should be forced to give up the child at birth - by committee - if she thinks that little of human life.


The ONLY person seriously (allegedly - just for you Shack) considering abortion is her herself.

Please, Shack, tell us what YOU think of HER behaviour. Not of OUR behaviour. Of HER behaviour. So far you're coming across as an apolgist for her.

Shack37
24th Apr 2014, 15:30
"1.Does the fact that her behaviour is repugnant justify forcing an abortion
by "commitee"? I don't believe so."
Who's suggesting a committee to force her
to abort? I seem to have missed that bit.
She should be forced to give up the child at birth - by committee - if she thinks that little of human life.
The ONLY person seriously (allegedly - just for you Shack) considering
abortion is her herself.
Please, Shack, tell us what YOU think of HER
behaviour. Not of OUR behaviour. Of HER behaviour. So far you're coming across as an apolgist for her.


Panda
I'm not going to waste my time if you can't be bothered to read posts. Every question here has been covered in previous posts.
As for "coming across" as an apologist for her, again try to read what I posted. The points I am trying to make apply to ANY pregnant woman.
Are you agreeing with Capetonian that a committee/social services should have the power to force a woman to abort against her wishes because they believe her unsuitable to be a mother thus denying the child ANY chance of a life?
If so, consider this. What if the woman was your wife, daughter, sister? Would you be happy to accept the decision of a committee regarding the life or death of your own unborn son, grandson, nephew? I doubt it.
Social Services don't have a brilliant record in the familes department with many cases conducted in secret with even the media banned from reporting.

Capetonian
24th Apr 2014, 15:46
Are you agreeing with Capetonian that a committee/social services should have the power to force a woman to abort against her wishes
Isn't the point rather that she wants the abortion?
Since you've raised it though, I think there are circumstances under which a woman should be forced to abort. Now the 'Hitler' and 'eugenics' arguments are going to come out. I think it's an appalling option but possibly a better one than an unwanted child to be born into a life of misery, squalor, and suffering at the hands of utterly unsuitable parents.

Shack37
24th Apr 2014, 16:14
I believe embarking on a path of forced abortions is one big step on a dangerous road. OK, a committee is formed to consider a case, hung jury so chairman has a casting vote. The committee system fails and all down to the opinion/personal feelings of just one person which may be biassed one way or another for personal reasons. How many appeals will be allowed? After all there must be a time limit on when abortion may be carried out.
By all means take the newborn into care, he/she need not be "left to a life of misery, squalor, and suffering at the hands of utterly unsuitable parents" and could grow up to be a valuable member of society.

If the child is unwanted I think the mother would probably seek an abortion voluntarily.

Remember also that any legislation on this would be the work of the politicians you admire so much.

Capetonian
29th Jun 2014, 15:46
...... I would say that it is probably better that the baby should be aborted than have to suffer a mother like that. ...........she will probably carry on drinking, smoking, and whoring during the pregnancy, then again, abortion is probably a better alternative.

What a vile piece of work. My words in a previous posting were somewhat prescient :

Josie Cunningham, 23, said if she knew she was having a son earlier, she would have gone through with the abortion she considered after being asked to appear on Big Brother.
As a result, the mother-of-two has turned to alcohol and cigarettes to get over her disappointment.
The former escort is now smoking 20 a day, even though she knows it will harm the baby.

probes
30th Jun 2014, 07:19
isn't it interesting the words-fail-me thread has extended 5 pages? :E

cockney steve
30th Jun 2014, 11:30
^^^ Err, I only have 3 pages!
WRT the subject, Perhaps all pubescent girls should be fitted with contraceptive implants. to be removed only in the case where both sets of parents/guardians are willing and able to take responsibility for care and finance of any spawn, and a trustworthy member of the local community to vouch for the couple.....the latter will be the biggest stumbling block.......

OOPs, wrong thread.....perhaps this should be in the "unenforceable laws I'd like to see" thread.:)

500N
30th Jun 2014, 12:45
Between Josie and that ? Dee ? person from Benefits street (the big lady), both who seem to get a lot of publicity at the moment.

Capetonian
8th Aug 2014, 21:33
What a vile creature and a waste of oxygen and taxpayers' money. Quite how anyone could shag her, let alone pay to shag her, is beyond my comprehension.Josie Cunningham is selling tickets to watch her give birth live on Skype
At cost of 200 each, 50 fans will be able witness her delivery via videolink
Wannabe model has already sold four ringside seats for a total of 30,000
She declared: 'I think 200 to see such a magical experience is a bargain'
Comes days after she revealed she is planning to sell placenta after birth

lomapaseo
8th Aug 2014, 23:51
What a vile creature and a waste of oxygen and taxpayers' money. Quite how anyone could shag her, let alone pay to shag her, is beyond my comprehension.


Quote:
Josie Cunningham is selling tickets to watch her give birth live on Skype
At cost of 200 each, 50 fans will be able witness her delivery via videolink
Wannabe model has already sold four ringside seats for a total of 30,000
She declared: 'I think 200 to see such a magical experience is a bargain'
Comes days after she revealed she is planning to sell placenta after birth

What did the conception tickets go for?

SOPS
9th Aug 2014, 07:59
You could not make this stuff up.