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we like her don't we?
She’s a bit annoying, I suppose, but that’s all outweighed by the fact that she is absolutely reviled by the troglodytes at the Daily Mail.
The most embarrassing thing in relation to her is everyone who writes about her and tries to pretend that blah blah blah might be an embarrassment to her husband.
He's clearly not fussed and knows he's on to a good thing.
in which case she gets my thumbs up.
I'm sure she's alright, seemed a bit patronising with the whole Paddy the Gypsy thing, but aside from that, *shrugs*.
But sex toys are far more accepted and accessible these days. I don't see them as a taboo so her and this story is all a bit 'meh' for me.
hands up who hasn't?
come on now, represent, all those who have never experianced a buzz (even if its your gf's) put your hands up....post underneath this post. Sally Bercow was just taking a calculated risk, knowing that it would just make her seem straight talking and frank.
....(was going to make a joke about Frank....but thought the better of it)
But have you? I've heard men like it up the bum.
I did not mean to suggest most people have done that.....just that most have felt it on their respective whatsits (whatsits being a unis**ual description of bits)
yes I suppose I have, its not something that I would choose (although stimulating, its not really the best sort of feeling that you can have for your whatsit...imo...for my respective whatsit)
Also, I don't imagine many male DiSers will admit to what you're trying to extract from them creaky, although many of the non-virgins will have, I'm sure. It's just not cricket to talk about it really, is it? Good effort though ;)
just that they had felt one, thats all, not even suggesting to completion or anything.....Men are weird how they feel they cant say things.....even though I am not being purile here....just trying to dispell the myths about things....it was just the same at school....we went to an all boys school and amidst all the rampant boasting and lying about conquests I thought I would reassure some of my more 15 year old geeky mates and said "well I dont know about you guys but I certainly havnt popped my cherry yet" ......they all of them proceeded to tell the most outrageous porky pies about how , each one of them had...they all had at least one....and yet i thought that i was helping (because i was gregarious, talkative and relatively socially comfortable with talking to women......these guys would stammer and blush.....i thought i was doing em a favour....liberating us all from the prison of 'machismo expectation' ...but no, they threw it back in my face.
Why are men so weird? and unsure of themselves? why do they judge their character by what they have done? rather than imagine that what they have done is often due to other circumstances other than down to their character.
We spend our youth boasting about our virility or sexuality and our adulthood being shy of it. I guess it's because this is the internet and we just don;'t relaly talk about stuff like that. I mean, quite a lot of us know each other in real life and perhaps that puts people off talking openly about things that are too personal to them?
of not personal, you know, like we'd end up realising most people have.
But i suppose that its something that people might not volunteer to say first of all.....although once(if) a roll call started to gain momentum then people would feel ok about it........i just think its one of those weird things....like a few decades ago whilst male onanism was admitted to be the norm, only a handful of women were onanists 'apparently' whereas obviously that is a load of old b****ks.
...I was talking about strap-ons in a thread just the other day.
so i might not have seen.....were you the 'strapee' or the 'strapper' in this situation?
...the 'strapee' I guess. I'm not embarrassed by that kind of thing, everyone knows where a bloke's g-spot is and that it feels nice.
I'll let you know if this situation changes.
which apparently will give women who find it hard for orgasm vaginally their first ever proper vaginal orgasm. The point of me telling you this is that these are all quite bookish conservative girls (with the exception of my lovely lesbian friend who is quite rude) and so it's hardly uncommon, nor is it a big outrage, nor does it means that your man can't satisfy you, or anything else that the hysterical press will imply. this is just typical Daily Mail nonsense and she is playing them like a fiddle.
at this inuendo game.
I did another inuendo post up there ^ that no one spotted
what makes it so different?
So I am told. I am not putting glass up my foof on account of not being crazy nor having a problem in that department.
even if only brandished by your gf briefly. or if you just idly apply it just out of sheer curiosity for the briefest of moments.....just want to check this out to see how many people would actually have a taboo against them or feel offended by them
have you tried them all? huh?
If not school will be *fun* tomorrow.
I don't really see why it embarrasses her husband though.
and posisbly even is quite pleased that his pretty wife is open about their passion for the bedroom. Has he ever openly criticised her, or have the daily mail merely inferred this, or attributed comments to 'a source close to the speaker'.... (i.e. the intern on the paper).
But he hasn't publicly to my knowledge.
Personally I think she's the worst sort of publicity grabbing moron; she has claimed that she desires a serious political career, but rather than doing the genuine hard work and brick batting idiotic questions, she actually looks for the easy way to get herself in the papers. I guess she's the obvious end of the process of celebrity-fication PF politics, of which we're all a part, but it just irritates me that she may have some interesting political ideas, but we'll never hear about them whilst she bangs on about vibrators and dirty weekends.
How old is this journalist? 12?
The Mail then reported on that exchange (from what I can make out).
It sort of exposes how desperately media hungry Bercow is, but then this just plays into her hands. It's the Daily Mail though, innit.
imagine the headlines