Serdal Ziya retires from the argument

Interesting news from the Ham and High today, that (applicant) Ms Ziya has said that “she doesn’t want to make any more comments – they (us) have got to do what they’ve got to do, and we’ve got to do what we’ve got to do.” Sounds like a Clint Eastwood movie (The Good, the Bad, and the strippers?)

What a shame that we can no longer look forward to such gems as

“And people who do these types of jobs, you have to love it to do it. You can’t dance if you don’t love it; it shows. I am a hairdresser by trade and I know that if you don’t like what you do it doesn’t come out as good.”
“We understand about the school opposite but I can’t imagine the place opening that early. The hours that we will be operating, kids should be at home – in bed I hope.”
“The comment made about getting people aroused and sending them out on the street – you can watch an arousing film at home.

And my personal favourite

“Most men think of sex 24/7 anyway. It doesn’t mean that they are going to take that sort of action after going to the club.”

Move over, Freud..


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