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This is so funny that I just had to post it. From today's Wsahington Times:
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Britons watch backs

British marines in Afghanistan came under a different kind of fire during operations in a remote region of the country two months ago.

The correspondent for the Scotsman newspaper reported from Bagram that the Britons were alarmed by propositions from groups of homosexual Afghan farmers after one operation deep in the Afghan mountains.

"They were more terrifying than the al Qaeda," said one marine, James Fletcher. "One bloke who had painted toenails was offering to paint ours. They go about hand in hand, mincing around the village."

The marines were propositioned by dozens of men in villages that were being searched in the hunt for al Qaeda terrorists.

"We were pretty shocked," said Mr. Fletcher, whose rank was not given. "We discovered from the Afghan soldiers we had with us that a lot of men in this country have the same philosophy as ancient Greeks: 'A woman for babies, a man for pleasure.'"

In some villages near Khost, Afghan homosexuals sought to stroke the marines' hair. "Every village we went into we got a group of men wearing makeup coming up, stroking our hair and cheeks, and making kissing noises," said Cpl. Paul Richard, 20.

At one village, homosexual Afghans invited the troops into a house. "They put some music on and ask us to dance. I told them where to go," said Cpl. Richard. "Some of the guys turned tail and fled. It was hideous."

Another marine, Vaz Pickles, told the newspaper that the hill tribes in Afghanistan appeared to be very isolated. "I think a lot of the problem is that they don't have the women around a lot," he said. "We only saw about two women in the whole six days. It was all very disconcerting."

Thanks to the WorldNetDaily magazine Whistleblower for alerting us to the story. Bill Gertz and Rowan Scarborough are Pentagon reporters.
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post #2 of 12
LOL! This is just poetic justice. The Taliban must be livid.
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[quote]Originally posted by gobble gobble:
<strong>"We discovered from the Afghan soldiers we had with us that a lot of men in this country have the same philosophy as ancient Greeks: 'A woman for babies, a man for pleasure.'"

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At least they got something right...

J :cool:
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[quote]Originally posted by Jamie:
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At least they got something right...

J :cool: </strong><hr></blockquote>

But can you imagine the personal hygiene of these guys? Ugh.
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Double post... OW is weird

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[quote]Originally posted by Jamie:
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At least they got something right...

J :cool: </strong><hr></blockquote>
True. But who wants babies anyway?

It's a shame that the soldiers reacted the way they did though. I don't turn tail and run if a girl hits on me even though I find it disgusting.
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didn't it mean the afghans turned and ran when the soldiers pointed a gun at them?
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[quote]Originally posted by Jamie:
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At least they got something right...

J :cool: </strong><hr></blockquote>

or maybe you've got something wrong?
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[quote]Originally posted by MarcUK:
<strong>didn't it mean the afghans turned and ran when the soldiers pointed a gun at them?</strong><hr></blockquote>

I think it means that the Brits accepted the invitation to enter the Afghan man's home, only to discover that the Afghan man's attention went beyond being friendly. Then the Brits ran in horror.
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[quote]Originally posted by gobble gobble:
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I think it means that the Brits accepted the invitation to enter the Afghan man's home, only to discover that the Afghan man's attention went beyond being friendly. Then the Brits ran in horror.</strong><hr></blockquote>

And thats what I find dificult to believe.

Like an armed soldier is going to yard it when an unarmed man wearing lipstick and pink lacy underwear gets too friendly.?
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I would.
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