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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Doesn't offend me. I see it as just a joke.
    Yeah, the more I think about it, I reckon it's just meant to be very tongue in cheek.

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    Things like that make me feel no emotion... Not even humour. I generally take no notice. It's not worth my time or energy being upity about.

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    Until I read the comments I thought of it in a way that men get scared when they get dragged into home wear shops(Df does anyway) not about the money but about the long pondering of the "cream vase or the off white vase" do instead of coming your man said to go nuts ...just don't ask me to be there with you....

    I get how it is sexist now though but it still probably wouldn't bother me to much.

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    Doesn't offend me, I just think it's naff. It would turn me off going in because I would now view their wares as naff too.

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    I wouldn't give it a second thought. I took it as them being very tongue in cheek.


 

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