posted on May, 7 2015 @ 12:36 PM
originally posted by: TechUnique
a reply to: Kester
I prefer the term constable purely for the onomatopoeia effect
I have to expand on this. I know a man who shall remain nameless here. He's a regular at the festivals with his electrical trickery. He's linked to
the provocateur Charlie Vietch. One of his 'jokes' is to call bankers a very similar word through his megaphone. It's all aimed at bringing down
the tone of the protest and setting up divisions. In this case a gender division. Many women do not like you referring to their female parts as an
insult. The stubble part of the joke indicates shaven female parts which suggests pedophiliac tendencies.
Or is there a different reason that the word constable provokes such hilarity? I don't think onomatopoeia is exactly the word you're looking for,
I'm assuming you mean 'words that sounds like other words' whatever the word for that is.
Let me put this in straight Yorkshire talk.
Laughing at the word 'constable' because it sounds a bit like two other words makes you sound like a nonce which is exactly what the spooks want in
order to discredit your message. Every time a protestor laughs at the word constable for that reason they sound like a nonce.