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The words "Emergency Exit" at the back of a school bus could with careful use of a penknife could be amended to "Virgin Exit". All well and good, but the one time in five years that the bus broke down, everyone refused to use it.
approved Nov 24 2002, submitted Nov 24 2002 by Matt Fasham
Led to our local bus company changing the signs to 'Emergency Door' - which, like some public-transport-fueled arms race, in turn gave rise to 'Virgin Loo'.
approved Jan 6 2003, submitted Jan 5 2003 by anonymous user
Why the fuck would it be virgin loo? Why not virgin door? I know loo is slightly more rude than door, but given that doors look nothing like loos, when faced with the choice between passing through a virgin loo or burning to death in a fiery bus crash, one could claim that one wasn't passing through a virgin loo as it clearly wasn't a loo, and thus the virgin element of the statement could be taken with a pinch of salt.
And whilst I'm at it, why the fuck did the bus company undertake such an expensive rebranding to avoid 'virgin exit', but rather than replace the modified word, they replaced the intact word?
Your childhood sounds like a sham to me.
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approved May 13 2003, submitted Jan 11 2003 by . .
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