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It’s not always the men who are the ‘guilty’ parties on these occasions. I’ve heard horrendous stories from a chap who worked as a sewing machine mechanic in a predominately female environment. A male hairdresser I once knew used to do home visits to style ladies hair. Some of the tales he told were hair raising! I’ve been compromised on a couple of occasions by married women but, as they used to say in the News of the World, ‘I made an excuse and left’. :biggrin:

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I’m utterly fed up with hearing about all these ridiculous and mostly historical claims from the sad ‘me too’ brigade of middle-aged/old women who no doubt lapped it up at the time of the ‘offence’.  

Caught that 39 a few times,i was in love with a girl who lived at the Carlton end,.........mind you could say that about the 6,17,18,28,43 and 44 as well.....lol.

Well, now the PM's father is being accused of 'nappropriate' touching.   If I made a list of all the occasions when that has happened to me, I'd be sitting here for a very long time. Since I

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Years ago I knew someone (male) who worked at Cooper & Roe in Ruddington, who were well-known clothing/knitwear manufacturers.

 

Some of the tales he told about life in that place were mind-boggling. Female workers outnumbered male by a considerable proportion, and took advantage of everything.

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49 minutes ago, philmayfield said:

It’s not always the men who are the ‘guilty’ parties on these occasions. I’ve heard horrendous stories from a chap who worked as a sewing machine mechanic in a predominately female environment. A male hairdresser I once knew used to do home visits to style ladies hair. Some of the tales he told were hair raising! I’ve been compromised on a couple of occasions by married women but, as they used to say in the News of the World, ‘I made an excuse and left’. :biggrin:

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39 minutes ago, Cliff Ton said:

Years ago I knew someone (male) who worked at Cooper & Roe in Ruddington, who were well-known clothing/knitwear manufacturers.

 

Some of the tales he told about life in that place were mind-boggling. Female workers outnumbered male by a considerable proportion, and took advantage of everything.

I can corroborate the stories about Cooper and Roe. They were clients of the accountants where I worked many years ago. It was always an embarrassing experience to walk through the workrooms full of women. It was the same at Prew Smith Knitwear.

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