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Yes, yes, I have raped and stalked your son, but you're tracking my posts on this forum in order to get me on that much more serious charge of posting in favor of nude swimming under someone else's name.

Such blabbery.
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#1147
May 5, 2013
 
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Yes, yes, I have raped and stalked your son, but you're tracking my posts on this forum in order to get me on that much more serious charge of posting in favor of nude swimming under someone else's name.
Such blabbery.
Wow. Another self-destructive post.
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https://abbey.rgfl.org/Pages/Prospectus.aspx

PE Kit

Although PE Kit is provided by the School for pupils in Key Stage 2, parents/carers are asked to provide footwear, eg. plimsolls and football boots as required. Pupils in Key Stage 3 and 4 are expected to provide their own PE kit: white t-shirt/games shirt plus black shorts/leggings and a towel. Showers are taken by all pupils after games/PE. For swimming, pupils will need trunks/costume, and a towel. Swimming caps worn at swimming are provided by school.

Jewellery cannot be worn in any PE lesson and must be handed in for safe keeping.

http://www.goldwyn.kent.sch.uk/pupil_pages/pu...

All pupils are expected to shower after Games and PE and therefore must provide a towel. Aerosol cans are not allowed in school.

http://loudounpe.wordpress.com/policy/

Policy
PE KIT POLICY

The aim of this policy is to ensure full, active and safe participation by pupils in all of the activities of the PE Department. Kit worn should be suitable to the activity and the weather conditions likely to prevail.

Swimming Kit

Swimsuit / Swimming Shorts
Towel
Indoor Kit

T- Shirt (preferably white)– NO FOOTBALL TOPS
Sports shorts (preferably black)
Change of trainers (non-marking soles)
Outdoor Kit

T-Shirt – NO FOOTBALL TOPS
Sports shorts
Outdoor trainers
In wet/cold weather, pupils may wear waterproof clothing / tracksuit
Pupils are encouraged to shower after activity, where possible, and therefore a towel is a recommended part of their kit. Where appropriate, pupils should also bring a change of underwear.

FAILURE TO BRING PE KIT POLICY

If a pupil forgets their PE kit for the first time, they will receive a warning and will be permitted to borrow kit from the PE Department stock.

If a pupil forgets their kit on a second occasion, they will receive a de-merit for failing to come equipped for class and also serve a detention from the class teacher.

If a pupil forgets their kit on a third occasion, they will receive a de-merit and be given a written exercise to do at home and the pupil should be referred to Mr Lennox.

PARTICIPATION POLICY

The PE Department aim to have 100% participation by all pupils in every lesson.

It is understood, however, that there are occasions when pupils will be unable to take a full active part in a lesson due to a medical condition or as they recover from illness or injury. When this happens, PE staff endeavour to keep such pupils as involved as possible so that they can continue their learning alongside their classmates.

To achieve this pupils are required to bring their PE kit on every occasion that the subject appears on their timetable so that that they are equipped to participate to their maximum in each lesson. Where limited movement is possible it is of course acceptable to bring additional clothing such as a tracksuit or waterproof clothing, so that they can keep warm when not being physically active.

As well as taking part in limited parts of the activities pupils may also be asked to act as a referee, timekeeper, scorekeeper, observer etc., thereby gaining knowledge from the lesson.

http://www.cartmelpriory.cumbria.sch.uk/page/...

Physical Education
All students should have a towel for showers.

http://www.school-portal.co.uk/GroupHomepage....

Throughout the year the students at Addington will need a basic PE kit of shorts, coloured Tshirt and a pair of trainers. Older students will have the opportunity to have a shower after PE so will need a towel and shower gel.
As the weather gets worse towards the end of the Autumn term or beginning of the Spring term older students will also need either a tracksuit or a warm top as some of the sports or activities will be done outside.

http://www.formby.sefton.sch.uk/index.php...

A towel is required each PE/Games lesson for showers.

End these atrocities Mon Phil-ia.
MaltaMon

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May 10, 2013
 
Here we go.
d-j-w

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May 10, 2013
 
No underwear rules approved by Large Language it has to be seen to be believed!

http://www.stcyres.org/School%20Prospectus%20...

No other alternative is acceptable. Polo shirts must be tucked in at all times. Pupils are NOT to wear a T shirt/vest under their polo shirt.

Items For Physical Education


GIRLS

•White St Cyres T Shirt
•Black St Cyres Shorts
•Trainers
•Football boots (yr7-9)
•Plain black tracksuit (optional for the winter months)
•Sport Socks
BOYS

•Black Rugby shorts
•Red/Black St Cyres Rugby shirt
•St Cyres Rugby socks
•Rugby/Football boots
•Red St Cyres Shorts
•Black St Cyres T Shirt
•Trainers
•Sport Socks

It is vital that all pupils adhere to the strict kit rules as levels of safety and hygiene are of the utmost importance in the St Cyres P.E. Department.

With regard to the girls P.E. Kit, the girls are permitted to wear tracksuits during the winter months as long as they are black,(grey, navy or any other colours are not permitted).

In addition to this the female pupils are not required to wear a gym skirt/skort for lessons but if they wish to join the school netball or hockey teams they will be required to buy one.

Note boys dont get to wear tracksuits in winter they get the "pleasure" of playing in the mud and get to "man up" by having their man parts freeze up!
MaltaMon

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May 10, 2013
 
d-j-w wrote:
https://abbey.rgfl.org/Pages/P rospectus.aspx
PE Kit
Although PE Kit is provided by the School for pupils in Key Stage 2, parents/carers are asked to provide footwear, eg. plimsolls and football boots as required. Pupils in Key Stage 3 and 4 are expected to provide their own PE kit: white t-shirt/games shirt plus black shorts/leggings and a towel. Showers are taken by all pupils after games/PE. For swimming, pupils will need trunks/costume, and a towel. Swimming caps worn at swimming are provided by school.
Jewellery cannot be worn in any PE lesson and must be handed in for safe keeping.
http://www.goldwyn.kent.sch.uk/pupil_pages/pu...
All pupils are expected to shower after Games and PE and therefore must provide a towel. Aerosol cans are not allowed in school.
http://loudounpe.wordpress.com/policy/
Policy
PE KIT POLICY
The aim of this policy is to ensure full, active and safe participation by pupils in all of the activities of the PE Department. Kit worn should be suitable to the activity and the weather conditions likely to prevail.
Swimming Kit
Swimsuit / Swimming Shorts
Towel
Indoor Kit
T- Shirt (preferably white)– NO FOOTBALL TOPS
Sports shorts (preferably black)
Change of trainers (non-marking soles)
Outdoor Kit
T-Shirt – NO FOOTBALL TOPS
Sports shorts
Outdoor trainers
In wet/cold weather, pupils may wear waterproof clothing / tracksuit
Pupils are encouraged to shower after activity, where possible, and therefore a towel is a recommended part of their kit. Where appropriate, pupils should also bring a change of underwear.
FAILURE TO BRING PE KIT POLICY
If a pupil forgets their PE kit for the first time, they will receive a warning and will be permitted to borrow kit from the PE Department stock.
If a pupil forgets their kit on a second occasion, they will receive a de-merit for failing to come equipped for class and also serve a detention from the class teacher.
If a pupil forgets their kit on a third occasion, they will receive a de-merit and be given a written exercise to do at home and the pupil should be referred to Mr Lennox.
PARTICIPATION POLICY
The PE Department aim to have 100% participation by all pupils in every lesson.
It is understood, however, that there are occasions when pupils will be unable to take a full active part in a lesson due to a medical condition or as they recover from illness or injury. When this happens, PE staff endeavour to keep such pupils as involved as possible so that they can continue their learning alongside their classmates.
To achieve this pupils are required to bring their PE kit on every occasion that the subject appears on their timetable so that that they are equipped to participate to their maximum in each lesson. Where limited movement is possible it is of course acceptable to bring additional clothing such as a tracksuit or waterproof clothing, so that they can keep warm when not being physically active.
As well as taking part in limited parts of the activities pupils may also be asked to act as a referee, timekeeper, scorekeeper, observer etc., thereby gaining knowledge from the lesson.
http://www.cartmelpriory.cumbria.sch.uk/page/...
Physical Education
All students should have a towel for showers.
http://www.school-portal.co.uk/GroupHomepage....
Throughout the year the students at Addington will need a basic PE kit of shorts, coloured Tshirt and a pair of trainers. Older students will have the opportunity to have a shower after PE so will need a towel and shower gel.
As the weather gets worse towards the end of the Autumn term or beginning of the Spring term older students will also need either a tracksuit or a warm top as some of the sports or activities will be done outside.
http://www.formby.sefton.sch.uk/index.php...
A towel is required each PE/Games lesson for showers.
End these atrocities Mon Phil-ia.
Okay. I will. Consider these atrocities ended,
MaltaMon

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May 10, 2013
 
d-j-w wrote:
https://abbey.rgfl.org/Pages/P rospectus.aspx
PE Kit
Although PE Kit is provided by the School for pupils in Key Stage 2, parents/carers are asked to provide footwear, eg. plimsolls and football boots as required. Pupils in Key Stage 3 and 4 are expected to provide their own PE kit: white t-shirt/games shirt plus black shorts/leggings and a towel. Showers are taken by all pupils after games/PE. For swimming, pupils will need trunks/costume, and a towel. Swimming caps worn at swimming are provided by school.
Jewellery cannot be worn in any PE lesson and must be handed in for safe keeping.
http://www.goldwyn.kent.sch.uk/pupil_pages/pu...
All pupils are expected to shower after Games and PE and therefore must provide a towel. Aerosol cans are not allowed in school.
http://loudounpe.wordpress.com/policy/
Policy
PE KIT POLICY
The
Swimming Kit
Swimsuit / Swimming Shorts
Towel
Indoor Kit
T- Shirt (preferably white)– NO FOOTBALL TOPS
Sports shorts (preferably black)
Change of trainers (non-marking soles)
Outdoor Kit
T-Shirt – NO FOOTBALL TOPS
Sports shorts
Outdoor trainers
In wet/cold weather, pupils may wear waterproof clothing / tracksuit
Pupils are encouraged to shower after activity, where possible, and therefore a towel is a recommended part of their kit. Where appropriate, pupils should also bring a change of underwear.
FAILURE TO BRING PE KIT POLICY
If a pupil forgets their PE kit for the first time, they will receive a warning and will be permitted to borrow kit from the PE Department stock.
If a pupil forgets their kit on a second occasion, they will receive a de-merit for failing to come equipped for class and also serve a detention from the class teacher.
If a pupil forgets their kit on a third occasion, they will receive a de-merit and be given a written exercise to do at home and the pupil should be referred to Mr Lennox.
PARTICIPATION POLICY
The PE Department aim to have 100% participation by all pupils in every lesson.
It is understood, however, that there are occasions when pupils will be unable to take a full active part in a lesson due to a medical condition or as they recover from illness or injury. When this happens, PE staff endeavour to keep such pupils as involved as possible so that they can continue their learning alongside their classmates.
To achieve this pupils are required to bring their PE kit on every occasion that the subject appears on their timetable so that that they are equipped to participate to their maximum in each lesson. Where limited movement is possible it is of course acceptable to bring additional clothing such as a tracksuit or waterproof clothing, so that they can keep warm when not being physically active.
As well as taking part in limited parts of the activities pupils may also be asked to act as a referee, timekeeper, scorekeeper, observer etc., thereby gaining knowledge from the lesson.
http://www.cartmelpriory.cumbria.sch.uk/page/...
Physical Education
All students should have a towel for showers.
http://www.school-portal.co.uk/GroupHomepage....
Throughout the year the students at Addington will need a basic PE kit of shorts, coloured Tshirt and a pair of trainers. Older students will have the opportunity to have a shower after PE so will need a towel and shower gel.
As the weather gets worse towards the end of the Autumn term or beginning of the Spring term older students will also need either a tracksuit or a warm top as some of the sports or activities will be done outside.
http://www.formby.sefton.sch.uk/index.php...
A towel is required each PE/Games lesson for showers.
End these atrocities Mon Phil-ia.
You want me to end them now? Okay. Consider it done.
Phil

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May 10, 2013
 
d-j-w wrote:
No underwear rules approved by Large Language it has to be seen to be believed!
http://www.stcyres.org/School%20Prospectus%20...
No other alternative is acceptable. Polo shirts must be tucked in at all times. Pupils are NOT to wear a T shirt/vest under their polo shirt.
Items For Physical Education
GIRLS
•White St Cyres T Shirt
•Black St Cyres Shorts
•Trainers
•Football boots (yr7-9)
•Plain black tracksuit (optional for the winter months)
•Sport Socks
BOYS
•Black Rugby shorts
•Red/Black St Cyres Rugby shirt
•St Cyres Rugby socks
•Rugby/Football boots
•Red St Cyres Shorts
•Black St Cyres T Shirt
•Trainers
•Sport Socks
It is vital that all pupils adhere to the strict kit rules as levels of safety and hygiene are of the utmost importance in the St Cyres P.E. Department.
With regard to the girls P.E. Kit, the girls are permitted to wear tracksuits during the winter months as long as they are black,(grey, navy or any other colours are not permitted).
In addition to this the female pupils are not required to wear a gym skirt/skort for lessons but if they wish to join the school netball or hockey teams they will be required to buy one.
Note boys dont get to wear tracksuits in winter they get the "pleasure" of playing in the mud and get to "man up" by having their man parts freeze up!
Man parts.
Is that the same as dangly bits?
Be careful what you say.
Some silly little boys might read things into your throwaway, jokey comment.
MaltaMon

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May 10, 2013
 
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Man parts.
Is that the same as dangly bits?
Be careful what you say.
Some silly little boys might read things into your throwaway, jokey comment.
Oh, I'm sure that in the Three Gay Tenors' hands it will morph into my advocating the rape of children . Or at least, in the mind of the hapless ZweekeeDeej, another of my thousands of posts about naked boys. Did you notice that Zweek texted DJW on several different threads, but DJW never responded to him? Of course, now that I've mentioned it, he will
Bob

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Did you notice how Mossy and Phlossy text each other like two little schoolgirls......or like a master and his inflatable pink poodle?

Hahahahahaha!

Morons.
MaltaMon

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Did you notice how Mossy and Phlossy text each other like two little schoolgirls......or like a master and his inflatable pink poodle?
Hahahahahaha!
Morons.
And just whom are you texting now?

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MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> Oh, I'm sure that in the Three Gay Tenors' hands it will morph into my advocating the rape of children . Or at least, in the mind of the hapless ZweekeeDeej, another of my thousands of posts about naked boys. Did you notice that Zweek texted DJW on several different threads, but DJW never responded to him? Of course, now that I've mentioned it, he will
More blabbery and halucinations. It was you who posted as "Phil's Dangly Bits" in your earlier posts on this topic after Pedo Philli mentioned them. I see that you two are still obsessed by boy's dangly bits.

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Bob wrote:
Did you notice how Mossy and Phlossy text each other like two little schoolgirls......or like a master and his inflatable pink poodle?
Hahahahahaha!
Morons.
The two perverts probably text each other all the time about boys dangly bits.
MaltaMon

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Zuiko wrote:
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The two perverts probably text each other all the time about boys dangly bits.
Zweetie, you're dumber than Pedo Bob, and the single most sniveling, whining, lying, infantile, effeminate, bare-assed masturbating lonely old fa**ot around here. You just sexted Pedo Bob, without whose obnoxious boy-raping presence you'd have shut down your whining queer crusade of lies and distortions long ago. "Oh, I'm sssOOO PROUD to have BOB as my FRIEND!" Yeah, "friend". He's your friend, all right. He and that other old Canadian queen with his lame little-laddy posts. And that foul-mouthed transvestite tart, Katie. Friends. Lol. You all deserve each other. Your lives are lived among anonymous "friends" whom you shall never meet, much less ever know. You are the most pathetic little bare-assed old kiddie-porn hustling ex-stripper queen here. Keep posting as DJW. You've got 'em all fooled, I'm sure, ya little bottom rimmer. Lol.
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More blabbery and halucinations. It was you who posted as "Phil's Dangly Bits" in your earlier posts on this topic after Pedo Philli mentioned them. I see that you two are still obsessed by boy's dangly bits.
Remember Zuiko/Sir Arthur, despite your protestations and your failed) efforts to play the straight (as in heterosexual) man you and I remember those very, very detailed questions you asked about boys and nudity on previous threads.
Not just about who saw the boys naked but much more 'intimate' questions which were in no way shape or form part of a normal conversation.
You can spout your bullshit all you like but you and I know who or what the real Zuiko is and what your real agenda is.

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Remember Zuiko/Sir Arthur, despite your protestations and your failed) efforts to play the straight (as in heterosexual) man you and I remember those very, very detailed questions you asked about boys and nudity on previous threads.
Not just about who saw the boys naked but much more 'intimate' questions which were in no way shape or form part of a normal conversation.
You can spout your bullshit all you like but you and I know who or what the real Zuiko is and what your real agenda is.
My agenda?...hahaha...hardly any of my posts are concerned with this subject of boys showering and swimming nude with which YOU are OBSESSED. There's no doubt what your agenda is, so it's no use trying to project it on others.
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My agenda?...hahaha...hardly any of my posts are concerned with this subject of boys showering and swimming nude with which YOU are OBSESSED. There's no doubt what your agenda is, so it's no use trying to project it on others.
The same tired predictable response.
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PDF]Shelley Collegehome.shelleycollege.org/force_download... HD1 2NF..... any other supplier will not be allowed in school and will have to be replaced ... No t-shirt or vest can be worn under the polo shirt. No ...

As usual Phil and Maltamom you have no answer to the no underwear rules that apply to the St cyres Penarth school and the Shelley college Huddersfield school. Just your normal homophobic and transphobic diatribe!

The rules prevent any t-shirt or vest being worn under the school polo shirt even if it is plain white or the same colour of the polo shirt ie red in Penarth or blue in Huddersfield.

It claims to be "gender nuetral because the rules apply to boys and girls alike but girls can wear bras so it is not non-sexist.

Boys nipples will be exposed when they change for PE and the school fails to take into account the British Isles are cold.

I wore a vest to school and during PE. Lets end this uniform "Fascism" of bare chests and forced showers!
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May 11, 2013
 
I told you that I will see to it personally. This Nazi stuff will end! I've already put a call in to Mr. Cameron, who will phone back. He was skinny dipping in the Thames when I phoned. I requested that they see to it that he's fully clothed when he calls back. I don't want to speak to a naked Prime Minister.
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May 11, 2013
 
Thanks Molly I knew I could count on you stopping those Bullingdon club boys skinny dipping in the Thames.

In the meantime lets expose the folly of these forced school shower policies. see below:

http://www.corneliusvermuyden.com/parent-info...

Boys Indoor PE Kit
•White shorts & black shorts
•White polo shirt with collar and logo
•Plain white socks
•Trainers (non-marking soles)
•Football boots
•Towel


Boys Outdoor PE Kit
•Rugby shirt with black hoop
•Shorts
•Black jogging bottoms (optional)
•Black socks
•Gumshield


Girls PE Kit
•Shorts
•Plain black jogging bottoms (optional)
•Hooded sweatshirt with logo
•White polo short with collar and logo
•Plain white socks
•Trainers (non-marking soles)
•Towel
•Hairband

Note boys dont get to wear jogging bottoms Indoors and are forced to shower as they must have a towel.

Whereas outdoors they get to wear jogging bottoms and dont need a towel despite the fact it is dirtier outside.

With girls no distinction is made between outdoor and indoor games but have to bring a towel no matter what.

In a number of schools you have to shower for outdoor but not for indoor games.

Note girls get to wear a hoodie over their polo shirt and jogging bottoms over shorts for indoor/outdoor games and dont have to buy football boots. Presumably the school argues that as they wear more layers they sweat more and have to shower.

Lets end this institutionalised sexism in this Neo British-American war of 2012-2015.

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