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to think saying "she wants the D" is disgusting?

(63 Posts)
oharaharlot Sun 08-Dec-13 13:56:32

Especially when said by a cocky arrogant man.

It's just so demeaning. Or am I just a prude?

CuttedUpPear Sun 08-Dec-13 13:57:34



DoYouLikeMyBaubles Sun 08-Dec-13 13:57:47

Only if we can say he wants the V

Which we wouldn't because we're not idiots

catgirl1976 Sun 08-Dec-13 13:58:00

I'm having to guess what it means, but if it means "she wants the dick" then I would find it more pathetic than anything else.

But YANBU to find it distasteful

I don't imagine the cocky, arrogant man in question gets to use his "d" much

insancerre Sun 08-Dec-13 13:58:15

are you playing scrabble?

DuchessFanny Sun 08-Dec-13 13:58:42

What's a 'D' please ?

OpalTourmaline Sun 08-Dec-13 13:58:55

What does it mean? I've never heard of it

scaredoflabour Sun 08-Dec-13 13:59:07

am I being thick?

SPsWantsCliffInHerStocking Sun 08-Dec-13 14:00:01


What you say back is:

Want to hear a joke about the V? Nah, you will never get it

ArtisanLentilWeaver Sun 08-Dec-13 14:01:03

Dick and vagina, I think. scaredoflabour

sapfu Sun 08-Dec-13 14:01:13

Eh? What?

Never heard this phrase.

I want a Dyson, does that count?

oharaharlot Sun 08-Dec-13 14:01:47

Sorry yes, D as in Dick.

A guy at work (who I thought was nice) apparently said (about me) - yeah she just wants the D.

Obviously referring to himself.

Finola1step Sun 08-Dec-13 14:02:52



ArtisanLentilWeaver Sun 08-Dec-13 14:02:56

Is he looking for a Knee in the B's? Because he will surely get one.

oharaharlot Sun 08-Dec-13 14:04:00

I don't know why its pissed me off so much!

Maybe its the fact that hes been saying it behind my back to people, thus giving them a pretty shit opinion of myself.

OpalTourmaline Sun 08-Dec-13 14:04:59

I do not want your D because U R a D' head.

oharaharlot Sun 08-Dec-13 14:06:58

Btw he has the word "cock" in his surname.

Definitely living up to it.

SPsWantsCliffInHerStocking Sun 08-Dec-13 14:07:33

The males who say this tend to not get the V

mrsmalcolmreynolds Sun 08-Dec-13 14:07:57

It's pissed you off because it's unprofessional, insulting, crude, misogynistic - I could go on...

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Sun 08-Dec-13 14:08:28

Did he say that on work premises? Not sure what the guidelines are, but at the very least that surely constitutes behaviour that would bring te firm into disrepute? That's before even starting on the sexual harassment aspect.

HECTheHeraldAngelsSing Sun 08-Dec-13 14:09:43

cock by name, cock by nature.

mrsjay Sun 08-Dec-13 14:10:13

god he obviously thinks very highly of himself I do like sp reply though grin op I am so sorry you need to work with this arse of a man I would reply with a sarky comment

mrsmalcolmreynolds Sun 08-Dec-13 14:10:17

Thinking about it more, in a work context this is surely pretty close to sexual harassment? I would be contacting HR I think.

KatOD Sun 08-Dec-13 14:10:39

If he said it to anyone whose opinion is worth worrying about it will be his reputation that will have suffered. How foul.

mrsmalcolmreynolds Sun 08-Dec-13 14:11:19

Xpost with Shotgun.

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