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3 hours ago, eddie said:

It's always somebody else's fault - him, not me. Them, not us.

But that's not entirely true - we are somewhat culpable because there are times that we tolerate bad behaviour to a greater or lesser extent - and we qualify it by saying 'it's just laddish' or describe it as 'banter'.


I literally just had a lecture about inclusion and diversity in the army, where we had a heated discussion about the fine line between banter and bullying. The fact that I’m a derby fan in a sea of red (not quite true, the vast majority are tigers fans (Leicester not hull), but those that do like football are from Nottingham where rugby doesn’t exist, and apparently don’t fulfill the necessary iq requirements to be notts county fans, anyway, I digress). 

What I can tell you is that ‘scouse’ is not a protected characteristic. Not is ‘ginger ‘ for that matter. 

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