Fly me to the moon.....

Irishman doesn’t imply gender. The politically correct crowd is terribly offended if a term includes or excludes anyone. We don’t have mail men anymore, we have postal carriers. I did marry a woman (female) and I’m male. Irishman does not mean the person has to be male, in this case, she is not. Get it?

I’ve always wondered why the British are so up tight about sex. Is it something done to you in school?

I am only :Poke:

Originally posted by richardlellisjr
I’ve always wondered why the British are so up tight about sex. Is it something done to you in school?

ROFL :haha: :haha:

Originally posted by richardlellisjr
Irishman doesn’t imply gender.

Shouldn’t it be Irish person then???:confused:

GEEZ a bread thread and now this. B4 long I’ll be sitting in the middle of the floor mumbling to myself:eek:

Originally posted by jimwyser
B4 long I’ll be sitting in the middle of the floor mumbling to myself:eek:

Is that not normal? :confused:

Originally posted by jimwyser
GEEZ a bread thread and now this. B4 long I’ll be sitting in the middle of the floor mumbling to myself:eek:

Don’t forget the drooling.

Originally posted by JUGGY
Shouldn’t it be Irish person then???:confused:

It doesn’t imply gender either but perSON is also a masculine pronoun. :wink:

In other words, stir my bowl
in other words, darling feed me.