Gimp suit

  • David Laurence

    Actor

    I saw the casting on Spotlight and couldnt quite believe it,now its appeared here.Hardly surprising really is it.

    If you want to cast to be a gimp,you not only have to turn up and act like a gimp,but also supply your own costume.

    I think its a bit of a cheek really.

    • 8th Oct 2011
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  • David Vaughan Knight

    Actor

    Yes saw that too.

    Unfortunately my Gimp suit no longer fits me anymore, due to my pie fetish.

    • 2nd Sep 2011
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    Saw that on here yesterday, couldn't believe my eyes. I mean, who is even going to own up to owning a gimp suit?

    • 2nd Sep 2011
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  • Rob Talbot

    Actor

    David they don't want much ... perhaps they are desparate and Angels don't stock Gimp suits ...

    FWIW: Not as cheeky as the ones who try to cast cab drivers (and require you bring your own black cab) ... yes, right.

    • 2nd Sep 2011
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  • Toni Brooks

    Actor

    One posting I saw (not here) wanted you to have "your own boarder outfit". I did think to say that I have a St Trinians' uniform but as it was for a boarder (sic) control officer, I guessed that wasn't quite what they meant!

    • 2nd Sep 2011
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  • Al Gregg

    Actor

    they had another one on here recently for a dalek driver

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Guy Press

    Actor

    CCP and Spotlight if you want to look silly keep the advert......

    Credibility...... ????

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Guy Press

    Actor

    Come on CCP take this on the chin - why post this job?? If it slipped through without being vetted then we understand nut my I respectfully suggest you look into adverts more they are damaging your cred.

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • John Eastman

    Actor

    Would have livened things up a tad Toni...missed opportunity? !

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Keith Hill

    Actor

    The one I 'enjoyed'was the breakdown that wanted you to bring your own Revenue Protection Inspector uniform, but didn't specify which railway. What next? Bring your own train?

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Mike Henley

    Actor

    My gimp suit is at the cleaners.

    Don't ask...

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Alan Brent

    Actor

    OK...I give up....what is a 'gimp suit'?

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Andrew Wright

    Actor

    Alan :A bondage suit, also commonly called a gimp suit, is a garment designed to cover the body completely (usually including the hands and feet), fitting it closely, and often including anchor points for bondage. It often has an attached hood; if not, it will be worn with a bondage hood or "gimp mask". It may be made from any material, although leather, PVC, rubber, spandex and darlexx are the most usual. Leather (not being stretchy) cannot be as close-fitting as the others.

    It is used in BDSM to objectify the wearer, or gimp, and reduce him or her to the status of a sexual toy, rather than a sexual partner. Unless there are suitably placed zippers, the breasts and genitals will be inaccessible while the suit is worn (although they can still be massaged). While it sometimes differs from a catsuit, unitard, or zentai more in purpose than appearance, the typical bondage suit is black and of very tear resistant material (often reinforced by straps and barely stretchable) and includes integrated metal rings, belts, buckles and laces to fasten it and engage ropes or chains - e.g. to lift and hang the wearer from the ceiling.

    • 5th Sep 2011
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    I'd say google-it... but it's probably best not to :/

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Keith Hill

    Actor

    For once, a wikipedia entry which I can entirelt approve - oops.

    • 5th Sep 2011
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    Thanks for asking Alan, I had no idea at all either! Learn something new every day!

    • 5th Sep 2011
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  • Alan Brent

    Actor

    Thank you for that description. I used to call that 'pyjamas'...

    • 5th Sep 2011
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    :) I had a giggle at that Alan. Just sounds like a wet suit to me??... You know for scuba diving and the like...Surely no-one would notice the difference? (If one wanted to apply etc)

    • 6th Sep 2011
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  • Neil Broome

    Actor

    Thanks - I didn`t know either!

    When I first saw it on the net, I thought it was a spelling mistake & what they wanted was a monkey suit!

    • 6th Sep 2011
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  • Alan Brent

    Actor

    That would be a 'chimp suit' then?

    • 7th Sep 2011
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