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to think that a junior school sports day is not the place...

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smartiejake Tue 23-Jun-09 17:24:01

...to wear a t-shirt with "Horny C*nt" written in bloody great letters across the front.shock

This was one of the fathers watching our sports day this afternoon, cheering on his darling DD and pushing a bright pink pram with a baby in around the field in full view of our 7-11 year old pupils.

bigchris Tue 23-Jun-09 17:24:26

shock

FabBakerGirlIsBack Tue 23-Jun-09 17:24:42

Did it have the * in place?

Baisey Tue 23-Jun-09 17:24:48

Classy

HecatesTwopenceworth Tue 23-Jun-09 17:26:39

You are kidding me?! shock Did none of the staff say anything?

Dear god. Some people have no idea, do they?

hullygully Tue 23-Jun-09 17:29:05

He probably meant goat.

Coalman Tue 23-Jun-09 17:29:36

Did you say anything? I asked the woman who turned up in hot pants and boob tube to ours if she was sure it was appropriate. She is an old friend so just laughed and told me to fuck off and get a life grin.

smartiejake Tue 23-Jun-09 17:32:06

No * in the word and it was correctly spelt.

None of the staff said anything we were all too busy shepherding the little darlings to their races.

Some of our parents are a bit hmm so not really sure it was the place to confront him as it would have meant doing it in front of the children and may well have drawn attention to it.

FabBakerGirlIsBack Tue 23-Jun-09 17:32:46

shock

His wife must be so proud.

Lulumama Tue 23-Jun-09 17:34:29

his t shirt actually spelled out the c u n t word !!

my goodness.

am staggered at the inappropriateness

and horny?

ye gods.

i am not averse to swearing when appropriate , but i object to the c word. it is soooooo massively utterly offensive

Lulumama Tue 23-Jun-09 17:35:14

surely a bloke should be wearing a horny cock t shirt?

smartiejake Tue 23-Jun-09 17:35:15

Not sure of the family or the child as not in any of the classes where my pupils integrate but I wouldn't mind betting his DCs are little charmers!

SusieDerkins Tue 23-Jun-09 17:36:47

how does he explain that to his kids?

hmm

nice bloke.

smartiejake Tue 23-Jun-09 17:36:53

Perhaps the t-shirt was his wife's (it was pale pink come to think of it.)

Maybe they had swapped- I didn't see what she was wearing! grin

PortBlacksandResident Tue 23-Jun-09 17:38:38

You could have said to him that if he took off the 'Horny' it would be correct!

Blondeshavemorefun Tue 23-Jun-09 17:46:04

OMG @ cunt t shirt at a sports day shock

though nothing wrong with boob tubes grin

blonde cant stand strap marks !!!

posieparker Tue 23-Jun-09 17:52:08

Well, he should have just crossed out the 'horny' and written rough.

Blonde, I always read your name as Blonde shave more fun.

londonone Tue 23-Jun-09 18:27:08

OMg that is so wrong! I once had to explain to a nine year old that her "Von Bitch" t shirt wasn't ok for school, sounds like I should have congratulated her on the tastefulness of it judging by this parent.

Did it really definitely say that??

Also always read Blonde Shave More Fun (sounds v dirty!)

mrsrawlinson Tue 23-Jun-09 18:43:43

Still, it's heartening to know that it was spelt right.

What a plonker.

Frasersmum123 Tue 23-Jun-09 18:48:54

- definately not the place - I see things have moved on from those awful FCUK T-shirts that were all the rage a few years back, but they dont seem to have moved in the right direction!

wannaBe Tue 23-Jun-09 18:49:36

where would you buy a t-shirt like that? shock

londonone Tue 23-Jun-09 18:50:23

WHY would you buy a Tshirt like that?

blametheparents Tue 23-Jun-09 18:50:48

I thought you were going to say it was a FCUK slogan t-shirt, which I personally would find a bit hmm at a School Sport's day, but Horny C*nt?!!! That is terrible.
Can just imagine the younger kids using their phonics to work out C*nt. Lovely

Noonki Tue 23-Jun-09 18:53:43

I too am another blonde shave more fun!

though I don't mind the word cunt that much I would massively object to someone turning up at school wearing it shock

PeedOffWithNits Tue 23-Jun-09 18:55:06

some people have no sense of common deceny. how embarrassing for everyone else. I dislike it even in tesco/around the town - yes, the DC DO try to read them and ask what it means!

i can just imagine what this dad was like, a real "look at wonderful me" show off di**head [shudder]

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