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    In years gone bye a friendly tap on the bum was ignored or tolerated, or even met with a thanks. In these more lightened times you very rarely see it.

    Changing of attitudes could be one reason or is there a more sinister threat, misinterpretation, legal action, leaving this form of communication to lurk in the shadows! In short why donít footballers tap each other on the bum anymore?

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      I was tapped on the bum recently as I was descending a ladder by a pensioner who I thought I was doing a good deed for. Unbeknown to me at the time I had been lured there for more sinister reasons. The tap on my bum I originally brushed off as the pensioner being overly cautious for my safety as I descended the ladder and he was merely giving me a supporting and guiding hand. His rather murky and unsolicited invitation to me afterwards as I sat in his living room drinking the beer I had been given as reward for my good deed made me realise the real motivations of the tap I had received on my bum. Suffice to say I politely declined his invitation, thanking him nonetheless for the offer and left.
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      I was tapped on the bum recently as I was descending a ladder by a pensioner who I thought I was doing a good deed for. Unbeknown to me at the time I had been lured there for more sinister reasons. The tap on my bum I originally brushed off as the pensioner being overly cautious for my safety as I descended the ladder and he was merely giving me a supporting and guiding hand. His rather murky and unsolicited invitation to me afterwards as I sat in his living room drinking the beer I had been given as reward for my good deed made me realise the real motivations of the tap I had received on my bum. Suffice to say I politely declined his invitation, thanking him nonetheless for the offer and left.
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      I was tapped on the bum recently as I was descending a ladder by a pensioner who I thought I was doing a good deed for. Unbeknown to me at the time I had been lured there for more sinister reasons. The tap on my bum I originally brushed off as the pensioner being overly cautious for my safety as I descended the ladder and he was merely giving me a supporting and guiding hand. His rather murky and unsolicited invitation to me afterwards as I sat in his living room drinking the beer I had been given as reward for my good deed made me realise the real motivations of the tap I had received on my bum. Suffice to say I politely declined his invitation, thanking him nonetheless for the offer and left.
      What were your true intentions, @Ernest?
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      In years gone bye a friendly tap on the bum was ignored or tolerated, or even met with a thanks. In these more lightened times you very rarely see it.
      In years gone bye if you gave a friendly tap on the bum to another man would it have been ignored or tolerated or even met with a thanks?
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      I’ve had it at work before - from an old female. if it had been a male doing it to a female I doubt it would have been as ignored or tolerated. Sexist world we live in I tell ya! ‘Oh **** is a word men say’ - **** offffff
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      After that dodgy kebab last night I could have done with a tap on my bum today...
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      I knew an old chap that suffered for years with uncontrollable bowel movements. He was given a tap on the bum in 1988 and he'd never been happier.
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      In years gone bye a friendly tap on the bum was ignored or tolerated, or even met with a thanks. In these more lightened times you very rarely see it.

      Changing of attitudes could be one reason or is there a more sinister threat, misinterpretation, legal action, leaving this form of communication to lurk in the shadows! In short why don’t footballers tap each other on the bum anymore?
      Bygone days. They probably don't even put their phones on vibrate, stick them up their bums and then text each other either. Well at least not during MOTD...
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      Tapping or patting peoples bottoms is a bit sinister if you ask me.

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