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@Minivanman

LOL.., next you'll be wanting to discuss the power of the pink pound!

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Also known as the Dorothy Dollar I believe. Wink



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You're obviously better informed than me, I've never heard of that one. Shocked

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Blue Sky thinking! For a moment I thought this thread was an adult Chicken Licken tale!

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@Luzern - I thought it was something to do with holidays.Wink

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Is there such thing as an adult chicken? I've met a few young chickens I'd like to lick but that story is not for these forums Shocked

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@MKSlinky

"You're obviously better informed than me..."

Google enables us all to be better informed and hopefully without drawing any conclusions. But what has 'the pink pound' or the American version of it got to do with gender, one of those words that have been 'reassigned' (excuse the pun) and no longer it seems relates to sex or sexual preference?

We live in confusing times, especially for us old duffers! 

 



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I know some Americans dead set against the age of transgender pushing, especially in schools.

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Not just in America although there they have confusion because of State legislation?

I just do not understand why as the cartoon is sort of saying, 'toilets are just toilets are just toilets for everybody' - and quite honestly if you've gotta go you've gotta go - even if Ms Uncle Tom Cobley is in there!  

Having said all that, we have an old enamel sign from a long closed library on our toilet door which says "Reading Room" Wink 



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Confusion by teaching it to school children yes, but we wont go there.

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Only to say that some thing do not belong in the classroom, and that's one of them. 



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Minivanman wrote:

@MKSlinky

"You're obviously better informed than me..."

Google enables us all to be better informed and hopefully without drawing any conclusions. But what has 'the pink pound' or the American version of it got to do with gender.....

My reference to the 'pink pound' seemed relevant as it's sometimes mentioned when referring to gay & lesbian folk because they often have more disposable income than married couples. Granted it's an odd term to use but in this instance it has everything to do with gender.