"Do you know how many women are in the first hundred [class] of chess players? Korwin-Mikke's remarks were met with audible gasps and looks of disgust in the Brussels, Belgium, chamber."Well, according to what you're saying, and according to your theory, I wouldn't have the right to be here as a member of parliament," MP Iratxe Garcia-Perez, of Spain, said. Man 1: No, I don’t think I would like Britain to use the euro because at the moment it’s pretty unstable.Amandeep: OK, let’s see what the other view is on this. Agnes Poirier: The fact that Britain is an island might actually explain some of what we consider strange behaviour from the British who don’t see themselves as being part of Europe. that’s what I often tell my British friends: “Look at the map! That Island is closed to Europe, so I think It's part of Europe. Amandeep told us: 1) ...which ensured Britain’s survival from threats across the Channel.
Sometimes it feels like his plans are limiting us, and sometimes it's not easy to wait for God's timing.
Men and women who describe themselves as “happy” or “shy” on dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble and Happn, risk putting off potential matches, according to research involving 400,000 dating profiles on a website used for extramarital hookups. In contrast, 0.3 per cent of men and 0.4 per cent of women were turned on by a person who described themselves as “happy”.
And while the word “honest” was seen as positive for women - with 13 per cent saying this is a key trait in a partner - “trust” or “trustworthy” wasn’t.
Greater attention was paid to the lawmaker's remarks on Thursday after footage of the comments was released. Because I haven't seen a woman throw herself at a man because he has nice legs," he wrote, adding that women seem to "have a complex." An investigation has been opened to determine whether Korwin-Mikke violated parliamentary rules that require members to show mutual respect and refrain from "defamatory, racist or xenophobic language or behavior." If the parliament concludes that rules were violated, Korwin-Mikke could be fined, suspended or disciplined, The Washington Post reported Friday.
That afternoon, the embattled lawmaker made light of the controversy on his Facebook page. Wednesday wasn't the first time Korwin-Mikke has stirred controversy.