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Chaperones ( Yes, it's that time again!)

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06 June 2012 13:21
mgphotomedia
Photographer


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I can understand no "boys" but general chaperones??



Worst experience I ever had was with a FEMALE chaperone so go figure...


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06 June 2012 13:35
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YES YES YES let's face there are so many weirdos on here. In fact we're all weirdos except me of course.



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06 June 2012 13:47
mph
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Thanks for typing this for me 



Come on Gerry - we all know you are a weirdo.
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06 June 2012 14:24
Vas
Model


Regardless of what the predators say, you must always, ALWAYS take a chaperone to shoots with you. The one time my chaperone couldn't make it (my very protective bestfriend, who is also my brother-boyfriend), the photographer took me out to the woods, raped me, and then killed me. He then took me back to his place and killed me again.


06 June 2012 14:29
Socialdisaster
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Quote from Vas
Regardless of what the predators say, you must always, ALWAYS take a chaperone to shoots with you. The one time my chaperone couldn't make it (my very protective bestfriend, who is also my brother-boyfriend), the photographer took me out to the woods, raped me, and then killed me. He then took me back to his place and killed me again.



I can't believe he took you out to the woods. Some people.

Modesty is just arrogance in stealth mode


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06 June 2012 14:54
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PeterH
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South Yorkshire


I kinda like chaperones, its a sort of BOGOF deal. You don't have spend the time hunting and dismembering two separate people, they're both in one place. You can always freeze the extra pies you make, and you still only need the one shallow grave. Result!
"I am the one who knocks" - Walter White


06 June 2012 15:00
mgphotomedia
Photographer


A model once asked if I'd be her chaperone - 10 days in LA all expenses paid. I was sorely tempted.


06 June 2012 15:00
TeddyB
Photographer


Quote from JodieEllen
Chaperones...... What's everyone's opinion on them?



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06 June 2012 15:09
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Merseyside
Liverpool

Quote from PeterH
I kinda like chaperones, its a sort of BOGOF deal. You don't have spend the time hunting and dismembering two separate people, they're both in one place. You can always freeze the extra pies you make, and you still only need the one shallow grave. Result!



And use the left overs for a nice tasty soupangry


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06 June 2012 15:10
Lifescapes
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Lifescapes
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Cumbria
Windermere

Whilst I prefer to work without them, they do have their uses like lugging all the gear to some of my out of the way locations. Can't say I ever have had a problem.
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