By jj159 - 25/02/2012 18:40 - United States
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And you're one of those who think that pole dancing equals strippers, am I right? Stupid. Pole dancing is a REAL dance, a wonderful one, still it's really looked down on because of the shit that most of the strippers perform.
Mifflicious, how stupid can you be? The whole point of this FML is that the son duped mummy and daddy by spending his money to get the education for a career for pole dancing lessons without consulting them. Quit making assumptions to make yourself look more appealing, ass-clown.
You all seem to be missing MY point. Of course school money shouldn't be used for anything else, but does that give you the right to look down on the stuff it was used for, just because you don't know anything about it and judge it? No. I didn't say ANYTHING about the stuff that most of the people here replied to me, but it just shows me that you're that assuming kinda people too. God I hate those.
Male pole dancing... I've never heard of such a thing. I hope you did t give him too much!
I don't think it's right for a guy to take pole dancing classes..just imagine him hanging upside down with his balls hanging out of his costume as if he was at a strip club.
So how do you feel about male gymnasts at the Olympics? Just because someone is interested in and participates in pole dancing doesn't mean anything. It's more athletic than sexy anyway. But, even if it was for a sexual purpose, his interest in it is nobody's business but his.
"Just because someone is interested in and participates in pole dancing doesn't mean anything. It's more athletic than sexy anyway. But, even if it was for a sexual purpose, his interest in it is nobody's business but his." Normally I'd agree, but since he tricked his parents into paying for it, I'd say it's their business too.
#80: That's why I worded it the way I did. It's only their business because he lied about how he was spending their money. If he spent it on pole dancing lessons or McDonald's kids toys, it makes no difference. It's not the lessons themselves that are the problem.