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Advice on Broadband provider
In article , d
On Mon, 18 Aug 2003 11:41 +0100 (BST) and in article
, Steve said...
: Use a string of four letter words in a pub and it's likely that
you'll be : asked to leave. So what's the difference ?
Erm, which pubs do you go to exactly? lol
(Hint: Get real)
I am trying to be real..
If a group of people were swearing unchecked in my local, I'd have to say
something to the landlord. I've certainly asked people to stop swearing
when I worked behind a bar !
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