Just completly randomness here but did either of the two in the youtube link attend the school you work at?
Very random I know but there from Derby so theres a slim chance. I'm getting fed up of all this Youtube miming stuff, but there quite funny with it, and have spent some time re-assembling the video well so they deserve some good marks for the media creation angle even if they are not singing.
Its worth noting that if you did deal with them, they are signed up to Nigel Martin-Smith the guy that did Take That and Robbie Williams so you may be seeing them somewhere other than Youtube and modeling albums (they have done some modeling so the internet says). They will probably end up doing somthing "smutty" I think is the best wording if he's involved if anyone remembers that famous, virtually pr0n video that he sorted for Take That where they were playing in mud (can't remember the song, just remember seeing the video used on loads of TV shows saying how wrong he was with it etc.
Anyway, anyone know them.
Didn't see any homosexual content so I assume you're using the word gay to mean happy? If not your comment is quite offensive!Originally Posted by tech_guy
You serious?Originally Posted by jcollings
Are you serious, that video was totally without merit, they are the most odious, untalented and ugly pair of tw*** i've ever seen on Youtube.Originally Posted by john
One of the them in particular was hideously ugly, i couldn't bare to watch more than 20 seconds...absolutely abysmal.
Getting a*** raped by Nigel Martin Smith would be too good for this pair.
That's how worthless they are. This pair should have been drowned at birth.
ok, rant over.
Originally Posted by torledo
I have to say i agree with everything that you just said lool... i turned it off straight away loool
James :arrow: Bye :P
Sorry guys I'm with jcollings. Although, I'm not offended, because it just seems to be part of everyday life people using that word in a derogatory(sp?) manner. Surely you can find a better adjective than gay by now?
I don't think someone who is gay will find this offensive to be honest. They will probably just laugh it off.Originally Posted by jcollings
**I am not supporting or going against what has been said**
Very serious actually.Originally Posted by Simcfc73
There is a nasty trend to use the word 'gay' as an insult ... this is derived from the idea that being a homosexual, having links to anything to do with gay culture or, in some cases, not being anti-gay is a bad thing.
The same way that racial slurs are not tolerated on this site neither are slurs about sexuality.
The english language has a plethora of words that can be used to express the dislike of music, art or other vary subjective areas. Please refrain from using such language which may be misconstrued as offensive by association.
I don't personally take offence to this, but I certainly don't think use of such language (in this context) reflects well on the site.
EEK, what a can of worms i've opened here :S Must admit I do find tech_guys commend offensive unless he meant it as Jarrod said happy, and I agree with what Tony's said regarding the use of the English Language and the nasty trend associated with the word gay its not very nice. I am very sure people that are gay (and yes i am meaning in the terms of sexuality here) will find that comment offensive.
I think the thread should be locked before it flames up.
That's missing the point mate. *I* find the use of the word gay to rubbish something offensive (as do others on here) and that's the issue. I spend so much time telling kids off for saying that kind of thing and using the word gay as a term of abuse - it's as unacceptable as racist language.Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
*opens himself up for some ridicule*
OK. I'm gay. I don't find it offensive. I find it childish and very tedious that my sexuality is used on a very regular basis by both people on EduGeek and people I know in real life, to describe something that a bad opinion is held for.
It's quite disappointing that people working in what I would consider to be a modern industry, can be so antiquated in their views and concepts of society.
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