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2013-07-01 05:28:32 PM  

MadAzza: orbister: sufferpuppet: orbister: Could you perhaps explain what damage a woman breastfeeding near me is going to do to me? Could you perhaps explain why it should concern me in the least?

Would you feel any different if I was getting a blowjob at the table next to you?  It's a similar situation.  I'm exposed, and she's going to get a liquid lunch.

Your association of breastfeeding with sex is your problem, not anyone else's.

He thinks breasts are genitals, and that a baby is having oral sex when it's on the breast. He has problems most men can't even begin to imagine.


You are aware that some women orgasm during breast feeding yes?   http://www.momlogic.com/2009/09/women_who_orgasm_during_breastfeeding . php 

So again, there's some sucking, and the possibility for orgasm.  What is the difference?  If you are OK with breast feeding in public why not my blowjob?
 
2013-07-01 05:28:51 PM  

orbister: WhippingBoy: - women who breast feed their babies in public with no consideration for anyone else around her

Could you perhaps explain what damage a woman breastfeeding near me is going to do to me? Could you perhaps explain why it should concern me in the least?


I think that was badly phrased. Modesty in public, especially restaurants, is a societal norm. Shirt and shoes, for example. It's safe to say IMHO that the "considerate" thing to do is to avoid flashing a lot of skin when doing anything in a nice restaurant. There's a lot of history behind this, right or wrong. If you go to a place populated by older generations (e.g. a golf club) expect this "societal norm" to be enforced as strongly as they are able. In this case, absurdly so.
 
2013-07-01 05:29:09 PM  
We have a stage five repeat in progress, its already at a 100 comments! CONTAIN IT CONTAIN IT
 
2013-07-01 05:30:51 PM  
According to Tom Neijens, 36, the members of his family were made to feel like "terrorists" during the incident.

How do they know what terrorists feel like?  Hmmm....
 
2013-07-01 05:31:39 PM  

MadAzza: the money is in the banana stand: I would assume most people would want privacy anyways, who are these weirdos that don't?

I know, right? Who are all these selfish weirdos who want to eat lunch in restaurants, where everyone can see them shoveling goopy burgers and pasta into their endlessly churning digestive tracts? Bizarre.


Seriously what is your issue and why exactly do you feel it is your right to be able to breast feed anywhere and under any circumstance you see fit? How is your personal freedom anymore important than anyone else's? Do you also think women should be able to go topless anywhere because men can? As I explained before, there are facilities and locations you can do this already.

I will gladly trade your ability to hang your titties out with your crotchfruit attached to it anywhere if we can get rid of lactation and nursing room requirements, do we have a deal?
 
2013-07-01 05:34:49 PM  
Omg...a baby having lunch...in a place designated for EATING?!?!?! The nerve!
 
2013-07-01 05:34:56 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: Do you also think women should be able to go topless anywhere because men can?


Yes.
 
2013-07-01 05:36:26 PM  

redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.


This. The wife breastfed all 3 kids and never had a problem anywhere. Usually she would try to feed them before we left the house, but kids are kids. Nothing gross or wrong about it.
 
2013-07-01 05:38:02 PM  
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2013-07-01 05:43:23 PM  

Jument: orbister: WhippingBoy: - women who breast feed their babies in public with no consideration for anyone else around her

Could you perhaps explain what damage a woman breastfeeding near me is going to do to me? Could you perhaps explain why it should concern me in the least?

I think that was badly phrased. Modesty in public, especially restaurants, is a societal norm. Shirt and shoes, for example. It's safe to say IMHO that the "considerate" thing to do is to avoid flashing a lot of skin when doing anything in a nice restaurant. There's a lot of history behind this, right or wrong. If you go to a place populated by older generations (e.g. a golf club) expect this "societal norm" to be enforced as strongly as they are able. In this case, absurdly so.


Yeah, that's pretty much what I was trying to say. Also, some people might not appreciate watching someone breastfeed while they eat dinner. They feel uncomfortable watching what they consider to be an intimate moment between a mother and her child. And while it's "their problem", a bit of consideration for others, even if you don't agree with them, goes a long way.
 
2013-07-01 05:44:37 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: jst3p: the money is in the banana stand: Rapmaster2000: imtheonlylp: Rapmaster2000: I find these threads fascinating in that there are people who are extremely averse to public breastfeeding.

im averse to it...leave something to imagination; i dont wanna see those pancakes out in public...all of a sudden everyone's CCW.

There's not even a sexual component for me to think of that.

Pissing is biological also. You don't see me exposing myself peeing whenever I have to go or crapping with the door open in a public restroom. If you are breastfeeding, go somewhere that has some privacy, for your sake and others. Why exactly do you have to be in a public space to do this?  Most businesses now over a certain employee count or sqft. have to install nursing/lactation rooms. There is a reason why those are there. If you don't like that, fine then we will get rid of this provision that provides a nice quiet private room for you to do this. I would assume most people would want privacy anyways, who are these weirdos that don't?

Citation needed.

http://www.aia.org/aiaucmp/groups/ek_public/documents/pdf/aiap037226 .p df

AIA practices. Even if it isn't part of the code requirement now (which changes all the farking time), building standards are to include these in larger builds. I have seen this on every one of my projects over 200 employees in a space. I really don't feel like digging through the documents to suffice you, so if you are curious go browse it.


There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.
 
2013-07-01 05:45:08 PM  

sufferpuppet: MadAzza: orbister: sufferpuppet: orbister: Could you perhaps explain what damage a woman breastfeeding near me is going to do to me? Could you perhaps explain why it should concern me in the least?

Would you feel any different if I was getting a blowjob at the table next to you?  It's a similar situation.  I'm exposed, and she's going to get a liquid lunch.

Your association of breastfeeding with sex is your problem, not anyone else's.

He thinks breasts are genitals, and that a baby is having oral sex when it's on the breast. He has problems most men can't even begin to imagine.

You are aware that some women orgasm during breast feeding yes?   http://www.momlogic.com/2009/09/women_who_orgasm_during_breastfeeding . php 

So again, there's some sucking, and the possibility for orgasm.  What is the difference?  If you are OK with breast feeding in public why not my blowjob?


Some men have orgasms while sucking on toes. In your opinion, toes are genitals; in fact, they are not.

Again: Breasts aren't genitals.
 
2013-07-01 05:47:03 PM  
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So much this.
 
2013-07-01 05:49:14 PM  

sufferpuppet: So again, there's some sucking, and the possibility for orgasm.  What is the difference?  If you are OK with breast feeding in public why not my blowjob?


Are you really this stupid?

Newborns need to feed 8 to 12 times a day.  They have to eat.  You damn sure don't require 12 blowjobs a day to survive.  It's an incredibly stupid argument.
 
2013-07-01 05:51:27 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: MadAzza: the money is in the banana stand: I would assume most people would want privacy anyways, who are these weirdos that don't?

I know, right? Who are all these selfish weirdos who want to eat lunch in restaurants, where everyone can see them shoveling goopy burgers and pasta into their endlessly churning digestive tracts? Bizarre.

Seriously what is your issue and why exactly do you feel it is your right to be able to breast feed anywhere and under any circumstance you see fit? How is your personal freedom anymore important than anyone else's? Do you also think women should be able to go topless anywhere because men can? As I explained before, there are facilities and locations you can do this already.

I will gladly trade your ability to hang your titties out with your crotchfruit attached to it anywhere if we can get rid of lactation and nursing room requirements, do we have a deal?


Irrelevant. They told her to feed her child in the goddamn bathroom. They have no nursing room.

I don't know why I bother. Anyone who uses the phrase "hang your titties out" when discussing breastfeeding (not to mention the old "crotchfruit" cliche) has clearly Palinized out of the orbit of reasonable discourse.

/childfree and happy that way
 
2013-07-01 05:51:33 PM  

MadAzza: Again: Breasts aren't genitals.


Skin is skin.  If one offends you when it's flapping out when you are trying to eat why wouldn't the other?

I think what this boils down to really is age discrimination.  You only happy when people are shooting liquids into infants.  Here, this is for you:

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2013-07-01 05:52:06 PM  

jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.


Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.
 
2013-07-01 05:54:06 PM  

jst3p: jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.

Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.


Sounds like it would be a lot cheaper and a lot less bother to just not hire women.
 
2013-07-01 05:55:26 PM  

jst3p: jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.

Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.


In reading in more detail I bet the conference rooms where I work are what is used to meet these requirements:

Employers are required to provide "a place other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public, which may be used by an employee to express breast milk." The Department's initial interpretation of the requirement is that it requires employers, where practicable, to make a room (either private or with partitions for use by multiple nursing employees) available for use by employees taking breaks to express milk.Where it is not practicable for an employer to provide a room, the requirement can be met by creating a space with partitions or curtains. Any windows in the designated room or space should be covered to ensure the space is "shielded from view.'' With any space provided for expressing milk, the employer must ensure the employee's privacy through means such as signs that designate when the space is in use, or a lock on the door.The employer is not obligated to maintain a permanent, dedicated space for nursing mothers. A space temporarily created or converted or made available when needed is sufficient provided that the space is shielded from view, and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public.At a minimum, a space must contain a place for the nursing mother to sit, and a flat surface, other than the floor, on which to place the pump. Ideally, the space will have access to electricity, so that a nursing mother can plug in an electric pump rather than use a pump with battery power. There are a range of additional features that some employers have included when providing spaces for their employees to use to express breast milk, such as sinks within or nearby the room for washing hands and cleaning pump attachments, and refrigerators within or nearby the room for storing expressed milk. While such additional features are not required, the Department notes that their provision may decrease the amount of break time needed by nursing employees to express milk.The Department interprets an employee's right to express milk for a nursing child to include the ability to safely store the milk for her child. While employers are not required to provide refrigeration options for nursing mothers for the purpose of storing expressed milk, they must allow a nursing mother to bring a pump and insulated food container to work for expressing and storing the milk and ensure there is a place where she can store the pump and insulated food container while she is at work. For recommended guidelines on the safe preparation and storage of expressed breast milk, see the I do wonder where dedicated lactation rooms are common, maybe it is regional/state?
 
2013-07-01 05:55:52 PM  

jst3p: jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.

Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.


Someone doesn't understand what it means to "express breast milk", do they?
 
2013-07-01 05:56:57 PM  

WhippingBoy: jst3p: jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.

Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.

Sounds like it would be a lot cheaper and a lot less bother to just not hire women.


Tough call. I hear you are allowed to pay them 70% of what a man would make for the same work, so you have to do the math on a case by case basis.
 
2013-07-01 05:57:33 PM  

jst3p: I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.



I think the idea is for mothers who use breast pumps, not to have the squalling brat stuffed in a desk drawer all day.
 
2013-07-01 05:57:36 PM  

GrumpyOldFool: jst3p: jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.

Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.

Someone doesn't understand what it means to "express breast milk", do they?


Fair point. I was only thinking about breastfeeding.
 
2013-07-01 05:57:46 PM  

VegasVinnie: mekki: For some sad reason, I realize that whole thing SOUNDS EXACTLY LIKE AMERICA TODAY.

You do realize this isall the Neijens' version of events. Mind you, this is a couple who went into an upscale PRIVATE country club that they were not members of and "requested" that they be served. Since when do upscale private country clubs in New York simple shrug their shoulders and do that. Something is not adding up. Especially since the source of the story is The Daily Mail.

That was my point - their version of events now sounds completely plausible.  A baby suckling on a foreigners titty can cause police response, evacuations and fear of terrorist attacks.  This is the new normal.  America has become a nation of bedwetters.

Remember, if it's not American flag, it's probably a bomb.

Yes. I see, it fits your narrative of what you think America is actually like. I, on the other hand, have my doubts about this story. Especially, again, when the story source is the notoriously BS riddled The Daily Mail.
 
2013-07-01 05:58:16 PM  

jst3p: WhippingBoy: jst3p: jst3p: There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong with a breastfeeding women.

Looks like it will become common though:

Section 4207 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as Health Care Reform), amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), or federal wage and hour law. The amendment requires employers to provide reasonable break time and a private, non-bathroom place for nursing mothers to express breast milk during the workday, for one year after the child's birth. The new requirements became effective when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010.

I wonder how often such a room will actually be used, how many women bring their infants to work with them? Seems kinda silly to me.

Sounds like it would be a lot cheaper and a lot less bother to just not hire women.

Tough call. I hear you are allowed to pay them 70% of what a man would make for the same work, so you have to do the math on a case by case basis.


Nah, I heard that's BS. In fact, you sometimes have to pay them more than men, depending on their age and your location.
 
2013-07-01 05:58:29 PM  
 
2013-07-01 05:58:59 PM  
I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.
 
2013-07-01 06:00:26 PM  

JuggleGeek: sufferpuppet: So again, there's some sucking, and the possibility for orgasm.  What is the difference?  If you are OK with breast feeding in public why not my blowjob?

Are you really this stupid?

Newborns need to feed 8 to 12 times a day.  They have to eat.  You damn sure don't require 12 blowjobs a day to survive.  It's an incredibly stupid argument.


I never said it was for survival.  But it damn sure improves the day.  And really, neither I nor a breastfeeding kid would suffer any if we were taken out to the car for that.  

Although you do bring up a good point.  I get hungry a lot during the day also.  If I were being breastfed at the table next to you would you be OK with that?  I usually like my milk cold, but for the sake of argument, i gotta eat too.  No beer or soda for me thanks.  Honey off with your shirt.
 
2013-07-01 06:00:34 PM  

swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.


You forgot the insufferable Farker who goes to great lengths to point out that all breastfeeding threads are the same... oh no, wait, you've got that one covered as well.
 
2013-07-01 06:04:30 PM  

God--: In the US, federal law states a woman may breast feed wherever she feels like it, you don't want to see it, don't look....If you are feeling sexually disgusted over a breast feeding baby regardless if she has pert breasts or great pendulous sagging boobs, you have more issues than we should be discussing here.


I am not so sure about that, The golf club was a private members only location. I think the federal law only covers public places, though I am not sure on that point. It is the same loophole the Augusta golf club used in the past to keep women out.
 
2013-07-01 06:04:46 PM  

WhippingBoy: swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.

You forgot the insufferable Farker who goes to great lengths to point out that all breastfeeding threads are the same... oh no, wait, you've got that one covered as well.


I haven't seen someone biatch about having to design lactation rooms for his projects before, so there is something new in this one.
 
2013-07-01 06:05:21 PM  

jst3p: the money is in the banana stand: jst3p: the money is in the banana stand: Rapmaster2000: imtheonlylp: Rapmaster2000: I find these threads fascinating in that there are people who are extremely averse to public breastfeeding.

im averse to it...leave something to imagination; i dont wanna see those pancakes out in public...all of a sudden everyone's CCW.

There's not even a sexual component for me to think of that.

Pissing is biological also. You don't see me exposing myself peeing whenever I have to go or crapping with the door open in a public restroom. If you are breastfeeding, go somewhere that has some privacy, for your sake and others. Why exactly do you have to be in a public space to do this?  Most businesses now over a certain employee count or sqft. have to install nursing/lactation rooms. There is a reason why those are there. If you don't like that, fine then we will get rid of this provision that provides a nice quiet private room for you to do this. I would assume most people would want privacy anyways, who are these weirdos that don't?

Citation needed.

http://www.aia.org/aiaucmp/groups/ek_public/documents/pdf/aiap037226 .p df

AIA practices. Even if it isn't part of the code requirement now (which changes all the farking time), building standards are to include these in larger builds. I have seen this on every one of my projects over 200 employees in a space. I really don't feel like digging through the documents to suffice you, so if you are curious go browse it.

There is a large difference between "most places over a certain size have to have" and "I have seen them on my projects". I am curious if you can provide real life examples because I have never seen a "lactation room" in the workplace. That implies that a sizable number of women bring their breastfeeding infants to work, which I have never seen either.

I think you are making this up, not that it is a thing, but that it is anywhere near common.

Also, get over it. There is nothing wrong ...


You have never seen a lactation room? Exactly what line of work are you in and where? Lloyd's Register (Lloyd's of London) and Quanex both have nursing/lactation rooms. As a poster confirmed, in the grocery stores they built they have them as well. I referred you to the AIA document for code requirements of the rooms themselves. The onus isn't on me to prove it, but for your lazy ass to go look it up now and do a little bit of research. Also, lactation/nursing rooms does not necessarily mean that you will be nursing a child there, but doing pumping. You will also see these labeled "Quiet Rooms" etc. on plan.

Again, you have absolutely no ground on as to why breastfeeding should be allowed anywhere under any circumstance other than you don't believe there is anything wrong with it. I don't care either, however, I am amused by the amount of women who have no issue with exposing themselves in public instead of wanting to go to a more private area, and are actively arguing for that "right." Are you just fatties who are too inconvenienced to walk the 3 steps to a restroom?
 
2013-07-01 06:05:39 PM  

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63. high beams
64. Holmes and Watson
65. honkers
66. hood ornaments
67. hooters
68. hubcaps
69. hummers
70. Isaac Newtons
71. jahoobies
72. John and Paul
73. jugs
74. kagemushas
75. kawangas
76. knockers
77. Lewinskis
78. Lilo and Stitch
79. magambos
80. Mahatmas
81. mammaries
82. mau maus
83. melons
84. Mickey and Minnie
85. Mike and Ike
86. milk bombs
87. milk jugs
88. milk wagons
89. milkmakers
90. milkshakes
91. Mobutus
92. mounds
93. muffins
94. Mulligans
95. Murphys
96. nay-nays
97. neeners
98. ninnies
99. norks
100. num-nums
101. pair
102. palookas
103. Pia Zadoras
104. pillows
105. puppies
106. pushmatahas
107. rack
108. rib bumpers
109. rivets
110. rotors
111. shabba-dos
112. shlobes
113. shmozobs
114. snow tires
115. soombas
116. speed bumps
117. splazoingas
118. squachies
119. tatas
120. teetees
121. Thelma and Louise
122. tishomingos
123. tits
124. titties
125. torpedoes
126. Tweedledee and Tweedledum
127. tweeters
128. twekkers
129. Volvos
130. wahwahs
131. whimwhams
132. Wilsons
133. windshield wipers
134. Winnebagos
135. wopbopaloobops
136. yahoos
137. yazoos
138. yi ...


www.manga-stream.fr
You left a few off...

/obscure?
//not on Fark
 
2013-07-01 06:05:41 PM  

jst3p: WhippingBoy: swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.

You forgot the insufferable Farker who goes to great lengths to point out that all breastfeeding threads are the same... oh no, wait, you've got that one covered as well.

I haven't seen someone biatch about having to design lactation rooms for his projects before, so there is something new in this one.


See? We're evolving!
 
2013-07-01 06:09:39 PM  
I fart.
I need to fart 8-12 times per day.
Farting is a normal, natural bodily function.
If I don't fart, I get uncomfortable.  It gets painful if I go too long.
The state guarantees me the right to fart in public.
I could fart in the bathroom, but that makes me feel segregated against.
If I'm at a restaurant and I need to fart, I'll just go ahead and do it.
If the people at the table next to are bothered by my farting, that's their problem.
Some people cover their farting with a napkin to be more discreet, but I just do it in the open -- it's a normal, natural thing, so no one should be offended.

/did I miss any?
 
2013-07-01 06:10:15 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: Again, you have absolutely no ground on as to why breastfeeding should be allowed anywhere under any circumstance other than you don't believe there is anything wrong with it. I don't care either, however, I am amused by the amount of women who have no issue with exposing themselves in public instead of wanting to go to a more private area, and are actively arguing for that "right." Are you just fatties who are too inconvenienced to walk the 3 steps to a restroom?


Maybe it is regional. I grew up in Santa Cruz. People change out of bathing suits in the parking lot at the beach.

But wanting a woman to go to the restroom to feed a baby is pretty farking gross. How about this, next time you are at a restaurant and someone starts breastfeeding, take your plate to the restroom.

See how stupid that sounds?
 
2013-07-01 06:10:38 PM  

jst3p: WhippingBoy: swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.

You forgot the insufferable Farker who goes to great lengths to point out that all breastfeeding threads are the same... oh no, wait, you've got that one covered as well.

I haven't seen someone biatch about having to design lactation rooms for his projects before, so there is something new in this one.


It is a waste of real-estate. Those rooms rarely if ever go used. Clients all hate it and argue about having to have them. It isn't my space, I don't give a damn, but just know it is a waste of real-estate which is infuriating. I cannot tell you how many retarded ADA code restrictions there are that cripple businesses when renovating to bring something up to code. There is a lot of common sense and altruism behind some of those codes, but in reality it is a bunch of needless expenditures. Common sense unfortunately is not part of the equation.
 
2013-07-01 06:10:55 PM  

Banned on the Run: I fart.
I need to fart 8-12 times per day.
Farting is a normal, natural bodily function.
If I don't fart, I get uncomfortable.  It gets painful if I go too long.
The state guarantees me the right to fart in public.
I could fart in the bathroom, but that makes me feel segregated against.
If I'm at a restaurant and I need to fart, I'll just go ahead and do it.
If the people at the table next to are bothered by my farting, that's their problem.
Some people cover their farting with a napkin to be more discreet, but I just do it in the open -- it's a normal, natural thing, so no one should be offended.

/did I miss any?


That was kind of funny actually.
 
2013-07-01 06:10:57 PM  

swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.


You've just described every Fark breastfeeding thread ever.
 
2013-07-01 06:11:34 PM  

redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.


Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?
 
2013-07-01 06:12:49 PM  

darch: redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.

Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?


Because 6 would be too many?
 
2013-07-01 06:13:12 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: jst3p: WhippingBoy: swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.

You forgot the insufferable Farker who goes to great lengths to point out that all breastfeeding threads are the same... oh no, wait, you've got that one covered as well.

I haven't seen someone biatch about having to design lactation rooms for his projects before, so there is something new in this one.

It is a waste of real-estate. Those rooms rarely if ever go used. Clients all hate it and argue about having to have them. It isn't my space, I don't give a damn, but just know it is a waste of real-estate which is infuriating. I cannot tell you how many retarded ADA code restrictions there are that cripple businesses when renovating to bring something up to code. There is a lot of common sense and altruism behind some of those codes, but in reality it is a bunch of needless expenditures. Common sense unfortunately is not part of the equation.


They're tricky to design, too. If you don't get the lighting just right, the cameras will be obvious, and then, BAM! There goes your fetish web-site.
 
2013-07-01 06:13:27 PM  

darch: redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.

Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?


To piss off people who really shouldn't give a damn but think the world is overpopulated?
 
2013-07-01 06:13:40 PM  

In the state of New York,


IN PUBLIC
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT:
To breastfeed your baby in any public or private place where you have a right to be. This includes stores, day care centers, doctors' offices, restaurants, parks, movie theaters and many other places.
No one can tell you to leave any of these places because you are breastfeeding, and no one can tell you to breastfeed in a bathroom, a basement or a private room.

Source: http://www.nyclu.org/publications/your-breastfeeding-rights-new-york
 
2013-07-01 06:14:48 PM  

the money is in the banana stand: jst3p: WhippingBoy: swahnhennessy: I think breastfeeding threads might be the one true constant in the history of Fark. They come up about twice a year and each of them reads just like every other one. There's the guy talking about whipping out his penis at the table and pissing. And here's the fellow bringing up sex. Boob picture x39. Righteous indignation. Tired reference to NO MA'AM posted by someone thinking they're clever. Me in here talking about breastfeeding threads all being the same. Someone replying to me that I've just described every Fark thread ever.

You forgot the insufferable Farker who goes to great lengths to point out that all breastfeeding threads are the same... oh no, wait, you've got that one covered as well.

I haven't seen someone biatch about having to design lactation rooms for his projects before, so there is something new in this one.

It is a waste of real-estate. Those rooms rarely if ever go used. Clients all hate it and argue about having to have them. It isn't my space, I don't give a damn, but just know it is a waste of real-estate which is infuriating. I cannot tell you how many retarded ADA code restrictions there are that cripple businesses when renovating to bring something up to code. There is a lot of common sense and altruism behind some of those codes, but in reality it is a bunch of needless expenditures. Common sense unfortunately is not part of the equation.


Like I said above but got lost to formatting, I bet the conference rooms where I work qualify. I don't see why anyone would build a dedicated space for them, there doesn't seem to be a requirement for one.
 
2013-07-01 06:15:57 PM  

Banned on the Run: darch: redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.

Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?

Because 6 would be too many?


It's only prudent to have spares, just in case. And what's the one thing the world really, truly needs? More people!
 
2013-07-01 06:16:50 PM  

jst3p: darch: redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.

Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?

To piss off people who really shouldn't give a damn but think the world is overpopulated?


It is. And these people are part of the problem. Personally, I don't get wanting to have even ONE, but five? That's just conspicuous procreation. Weeee! Look everyone! Look what we can do!

Attention whores, the lot of them.
 
2013-07-01 06:17:26 PM  

darch: jst3p: darch: redslippers: A woman can breastfeed "anywhere she is otherwise legally allowed to be".

Google it. I'm on my phone, so its too much of a pain to do it for you.

And I breastfed five. In public, I had no qualms about feeding my children as needed. And I never used a sheet or cover. I also never had anybody react negatively.

It's legal. It's natural. And as long as you aren't slinging your breast over your shoulder feeding a kid on your back National Geographic style, it is hard to do it in a manner where much shows at all.

Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?

To piss off people who really shouldn't give a damn but think the world is overpopulated?

It is. And these people are part of the problem. Personally, I don't get wanting to have even ONE, but five? That's just conspicuous procreation. Weeee! Look everyone! Look what we can do!

Attention whores, the lot of them.


Mission accomplished!
 
2013-07-01 06:18:19 PM  

darch: Can I ask you why you felt the need to have five farking children?


Something, something, clown car.
 
2013-07-01 06:18:34 PM  

jst3p: the money is in the banana stand: Again, you have absolutely no ground on as to why breastfeeding should be allowed anywhere under any circumstance other than you don't believe there is anything wrong with it. I don't care either, however, I am amused by the amount of women who have no issue with exposing themselves in public instead of wanting to go to a more private area, and are actively arguing for that "right." Are you just fatties who are too inconvenienced to walk the 3 steps to a restroom?

Maybe it is regional. I grew up in Santa Cruz. People change out of bathing suits in the parking lot at the beach.

But wanting a woman to go to the restroom to feed a baby is pretty farking gross. How about this, next time you are at a restaurant and someone starts breastfeeding, take your plate to the restroom.

See how stupid that sounds?


You're right that does sound stupid and not at all equivocal.

Those people changing out of bathing suits, see they are mostly obscured by their car doors or by towels or even in cars. You don't see people just drop their drawers and change clothing right there on the beach. They go to a designated area, be it bathroom, changing room, car - something convenient and with some sort of privacy. In regards to breast feeding in your opinion, as soon as your baby cries, you should be able to just start feeding them right there right? What about children who get hungry, can they now eat anywhere they want? Can I eat anywhere where I want?
 
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