even Though you ought to have waited, it would come, hit the feeling of the look, the fins and impotence.
once again has the world's krænkelsesparate types moved a hegnspæl of the border between the permissible and the ‘too much’.
Now is the turn of christmas.
In the past week explained Tuborg, that this year, on the special J-day, when the christmas brew is given free, had ended with the ‘naughty nissepiger’.
"If one is to maintain a tradition, so you have to adjust the current, and there were some things we did in the 90's, as we do not do more," said press officer for Carlsberg Denmark, Kasper Elbjørn.
Fine enough. The whole concept of the J-day has long been a little maria lavstatusbegivenhed, so that the renewal is both sensible and welcome.
We live enough without the army of scantily clad nissepiger, in short dresses, bunny ears and bjældehalsbånd for years, has launched juleøllet in the best Playboy-bunny-style.
Different serious is it, when you intervene in a more permanent and homely traditions - because you see them through today's krænkelsesbriller:
IN the UNITED states become a well-known christmas song Marsbahis accused of romanticizing the rape, and now it is being written about.
The case of 'Baby, it's cold outside", written in 1944 but became world famous with the film ‘Neptune's Daughter’ from 1949.
last year the song was banned from several american channels playlists, because it supposedly is sexist with undertones of ‘date-rape’.
Now John Legend written for the legendary christmas song and given it a ‘meto-makeover’ and added verse as 'it's your body, and your choice.' (it is your body and your choice, red.) to the text, which originally is about a flirt between a man who wants a woman to be with the excuse that ‘it's so cold outside,’ and a woman who basically want to be.
the Song was sung by Dean Martin, who died in 1995, and his daughter is unhappy with the criticism of his father's classic:
"the Song is a sweet, flirty, fun christmas song. I know that my father would be crazy if he knew."
She points out that the song is not written in the evil intention, as today's krænkelsesparate types insist on reading into it. And that is exactly the problem.
anyone is free to write some new, politically correct christmas song today, for it is in consonance with the time we live in. But please keep snitterne from the old songs (and the Pippi Longstocking books, Tintin comics, etc.).
When veganerne and other kødfornægtere soon get to grips with the flæske - as well as your roast duck also, will there eventually only the outstanding amounts that we toast (in water) and wish each other a ‘really boring christmas’.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 02:01