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The Great RR Debate

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uncleTom

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chieftiff said:
I've sort of had a good idea (maybe!)

The idea is to hold a debate in the forum, there are obviously many debates on here, some good, some not so good but there is very little feedback as to how our opinions are received.

The idea then; well first of all I need some debatable titles which is the purpose of this thread, ideally some form of "arty" title would be good although I want all members to hold an opinion so obscurity is not an option. Once we have a title (I will give it a few days and then select one) I will post a poll to see which side people come down on, the poll will run for 5 days (Mon-Fri) and then be locked.

The next day the debate will begin, everyone gets just one post to argue their side of the debate (I will delete any duplication etc just to ensure fairness, you will be allowed to edit your argument once only!)

I will leave the debate open for 7 days after that it will be locked, then stage 3 is another poll, here is where some honesty is required! if you have genuinely been swayed by someone else's argument vote accordingly.

So, some debate titles please people, they can be on virtually any subject but accessible to everyone on RR, please feel free to point out what you view as a good option by someone else or any blatantly fumbling blunders I may have included in the rules!! Improvement suggestions always welcome :thumright:
Are today's sailors at drake still having difficulty "getting up for down?"
 

chieftiff

War Hero
Moderator
Just thought I would bump this before I close it tomorrow, currently my most likely choice is something along the lines of "modern art, pretentious twaddle or conceptual genius" I will expand the title to describe exactly what we are talking about.

Am still open for any other titles though or thoughts on any of the current suggestions.
 

Jimmy_Green

War Hero
What was the best thing before sliced bread?

What did people go back to before the drawing board was invented?

Hairy minge or egg shell finish?

If you realised the bird you were shagging *********** had been a bloke, would you carry on?

What would you do if after tracing your family tree, you found out that your wife was your long lost sister?
 

hobbit

War Hero
Human organ donations/transplants . A wonderful idea for saving lives etc but it has created its own problems ,

When doctors are presented with a body do they take only what they can legally harvest or do they grab extras for research . A trade in body parts some selling their ' bits ' while others in some countries are knocked on the head and wake up minus a kidney . Prisoners in China after execution are used as donors . This is what is known FKs what goes on behind the curtains . Needs more control and only donors receive transplants imho .
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A few more for debate

Is euthanasia an answer to NHS funding problems?

No benefit for those below 65 yrs of age who don't work or complete some form of social /community service.

3 strikes policy - a third conviction for any offence, no matter how minor = 10 years
 
Is it to late for suggestions?

Me and harry had a chat about this thread and came up with what we thought was a classic worthy of debate.

Here's the scenareo, you've been adopted and grew up in various foster homes before you join up, being a typical young squaddie/bootie/matelot you have thrown your dick around a bit. One day you recieve a letter inviting you to a family re-union so you can meet the family you never knew.

You turn up at the re-union, to your amusement you realise that you've fcuked your nan and your sister whilst being p1ssed on various run ashores.

Which one would you do again...and why?
 
wet_blobby said:
You turn up at the re-union, to your amusement you realise that you've fcuked your nan and your sister whilst being p1ssed on various run ashores.

Which one would you do again...and why?

It depends on the occasion. If it's my Nan's funeral, then I'd do the sister.

Probably.
 
Since we can't be held responsible for our actions when drunk (well not entirely) there is no point asking why do people (and women do it too) seek out sex when they are drunk - the time when they are least likely to do it well and have full recall of the delicious event. I will therefore ask 'why don't people more often seek out sex when they are sober and will do it better and have full recall ...?'


:rendeer:
 
wet_blobby said:
Is it to late for suggestions?

Me and harry had a chat about this thread and came up with what we thought was a classic worthy of debate.

Here's the scenareo, you've been adopted and grew up in various foster homes before you join up, being a typical young squaddie/bootie/matelot you have thrown your dick around a bit. One day you recieve a letter inviting you to a family re-union so you can meet the family you never knew.

You turn up at the re-union, to your amusement you realise that you've fcuked your nan and your sister whilst being p1ssed on various run ashores.

Which one would you do again...and why?

Oooo too close for comfort. When I went to get my birth certificate I was requried to have something called s61 counselling, as I am adopted. Part of the counselling is about sexual attraction between siblings, who have been adopted. I am however pleased to report that I do not have any of this with my two bros in Canada as they are a taf unreconstructed for my taste, but it is a very sensitive subject.
 

janner

MIA
Book Reviewer
TattooDog said:
wet_blobby said:
You turn up at the re-union, to your amusement you realise that you've fcuked your nan and your sister whilst being p1ssed on various run ashores.

Which one would you do again...and why?

It depends on the occasion. If it's my Nan's funeral, then I'd do the sister.

Probably.

Good answer TD :thumright:
 
janner said:
TattooDog said:
wet_blobby said:
You turn up at the re-union, to your amusement you realise that you've fcuked your nan and your sister whilst being p1ssed on various run ashores.

Which one would you do again...and why?

It depends on the occasion. If it's my Nan's funeral, then I'd do the sister.

Probably.

Good answer TD :thumright:

So, Nans fair game at your sisters wedding? :dwarf:
 
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