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A right pair of floaters.

 

'Look, he's put a tennis ball in his pocket - isn't he funny?'

 

It's not a tennis ball, it's the new truss / buoyancy aid

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A right pair of floaters.

 

'Look, he's put a tennis ball in his pocket - isn't he funny?'

 

It's not a tennis ball, it's the new truss / buoyancy aid

"After 2 hours reinvigoration in the 'Cocoon Pool', Bill and Carol then went on to spend the rest of their lives living on another planet".

 

 

 

 

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I see things haven't changed around here. Forum members (including moderators) taking pleasure in posting private photos and mocking the people in them.

 

May I suggest you do the decent thing and remove them.

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I see things haven't changed around here. Forum members (including moderators) taking pleasure in posting private photos and mocking the people in them.

 

May I suggest you do the decent thing and remove them.

 

They are in the public domain. If you want to keep photos private don't upload them to a public site. The same site allows you to make photos private.

 

https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms

 

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I used to have my myspace open but then some nappy fetish site made a link to a pic I'd posted of my son in a nappy - I deleted the account but, too little, too late springs to mind. Shit happens, that picture could be on loads of weirdo sites which is a far worse prospect than a handful of MF people seeing a daft holiday snap.

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I see things haven't changed around here. Forum members (including moderators) taking pleasure in posting private photos and mocking the people in them.

 

May I suggest you do the decent thing and remove them.

 

is it private if you posted it on a public forum for the world to see? facebook got a mention earlier on the matter, you can't un-ring a bell.

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Our resident pap, Amadeus? ;-)

Er...nope, innocent your honour. Not the kind of imagery I am inclined to indulge in online2long.gif

 

I see things haven't changed around here. Forum members (including moderators) taking pleasure in posting private photos and mocking the people in them.

 

May I suggest you do the decent thing and remove them.

Like slinky said: the image(s) are in the public domain, anyone with an internet connection can access them due to the parties involved having chosen the Public setting on facebook when publishing them. The image I posted is not hosted on MF. If it makes you feel better, I can post a picture of me in a pool?

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