Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 8 Nov 2019.
I agree. :jazzhands:
Personally, the difference it makes to me - none at all
The benefits it would give to someone with sensitivity - a lot
So I ain’t gonna moan
Is that jazz hands like the black and white minstrels used to do. Surely at some point this would be seen as racist.
Christmas No. 1 is going to be "if you're happy and you know it shake your hands"
Ban it, it scares the dogs
The first comment on that tweet, jesus wept. Ok boomer
on the plus side, the generation coming through are so fucking sensitive to anything that we have no chance of ever going to war again.
Mashup with Taylor Swift.
If you’re happy and you know it
Shake it off
Shake it off
Ooh ooh ooh
One day they'll be trying to ban something you care about under the guise of sensitivity and you'll only have yourself to blame.
Generation X actually
Here's a completely left-field idea for anyone who suffers from loud noises: -
It is a truly sad indictment of the levels of intelligence/common sense existing among our some of our students that they think banning clapping for the overwhelmingly huge majority of people who have no issue whatseoever with it, and spoiling the atmosphere at public events, is a proportional and sensible response to this "issue".
And replacing it with fucking jazz hands!!!!
And I am not the only person in the world. So I’d be like
What difference does doing jazz hands make instead of clapping?
Who is Ellen c Scott? Is it someone we should give a shit about?
A ‘snowflake’ rating when you’re the one moaning and making noise
How will blind people know when to join in
So these fucking snowflakes are sensitive to clapping but don’t notice a sound coming from the orchestra during the performance do they
The people that are objecting to the banning of clapping are just those kind of people that think standing up at football matches helps the atmosphere. They should instead look at why *they* think it shouldn't be banned, if they were more critical of their selves they'd realise they were being selfish.