What is wrong in these two pictures?

It may seem as if this is some joke quiz but I’m afraid it’s no joke. An easy one to start with:

Yes, they’re our new Keystone Clown Cops, Cressida Brazilian Electrician’s new joke force which arrests the near-innocent and the innocent and, along with the courts, lets the crim off scot free.

This one is a bit more difficult and you’ll need to look more closely and yet it’s right in front of your eyes dead centre [someone on Twitter spotted it immediately]:

Yes, you’re right – it is the token young, pretty female he goes straight for and completely ignores that she has that thing they call, in inking circles, a “sleeve”. That is, she has mutilated her entire right arm with tattoos.

Now, you might hotly insist, there’s nowt wrong with Popeye the Sailor Man having tatts all down his arm, nor any wharfies nor longshoremen – quite appropriate there, also among the criminal classes. It’s not out of place on a merchant seaman.

My question is – did Olive Oil have tatts down her arm?

Even Popeye just had the one of the anchor. Sean Connery also had just the one.

So, we’re really talking standards of entry for the forces, are we not? How reliable would that woman be? Did she pass the same physical tests as the men? The same psychological tests? Let’s ask those two women on the USS Fitzgerald or the ones behind that Florida bridge collapse.

Christie O on the topic:

What we are seeing now, without over-egging it, is a descent into the world which was at the end of The Lord of the Flies:

… a lawless world where nobody is safe from the savages any more, a Charlie Manson Antifa world where the blackshirts are sent out to terrorize the population:

… and that should frighten the cosy middle-class but it doesn’t appear to, at least not the Millennial:

Welcome to our Brave New World – someone like William S Burroughs or Charlie Manson would be right at home:

8 comments for “What is wrong in these two pictures?

  1. August 6, 2018 at 12:39 pm

    I’ve no problem with tattoos per se, but I’m damn sure that having them precludes you from certain parts of the military and foreign services where “no distiguishing marks” are a requirement.

    Tattoos are a Western fad and having them lights you up like a beacon in certain situations.

    They certainly don’t allow you to blend in at all…

    Of course some snowflake will call that discrimination and force the requisite departments to allow tattooed people to join in those er, “special” groups. I’m sure there will then be an outcry at the number of dissappeared people in those groups….

    • DaveK
      August 8, 2018 at 12:17 pm

      Sadly the Armed Forces (Services) have now changed the rules to allow cretins with tattoos showing on their hands. The only thing they cannot have is something on the side that can be seen whilst saluting, otherwise some new wag would have fcuk off or some other witticism like the cnut word the BBC adores nowadays 🙁

  2. Voice of Reason
    August 6, 2018 at 4:38 pm

    My favourite is the evangelical US Christians who claim to follow the whole Bible, yet cover themselves with tattoos, in direct violation of Leviticus.

  3. James Strong
    August 6, 2018 at 5:35 pm

    I don’t fancy women with tattoos, not even Sandra Bullock if she had them.

    But it’s not clear that having tatts would make any women incompetent as an engineer or navigation officer. I would think that the two aspects of a woman’s life can be separated.

  4. Pcar
    August 6, 2018 at 9:08 pm

    Tattoos: I loathe them and find it repulsive so many firms now allow customer facing staff to display them. They should be covered when at work.

    Police and their pro-Gay obsession diminshes their status and shows bias.

    Almost forgot, yes I did notice woman’s arm.

    What about this?
    http://oi58.tinypic.com/i1egyr.jpg

    • August 7, 2018 at 7:13 am

      Can’t be unseen.

      • Pcar
        August 7, 2018 at 9:02 pm

        @James

        Look again

        No Tattoos 🙂

  5. August 14, 2018 at 6:10 am

    “”she has that thing they call, in inking circles, a “sleeve”.””

    Oh for a new, younger Prince Phil, who would say something apt and modern, such as ” what the bark happened to your arm?”

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