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    dordidub
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    @copper5k wrote:

    Sheridan, I think you should be more tolerant and I find your attitude to those. Who won’t declare their location with 100% accuracy slightly bigoted!

    You know im only pulling your leg!

    What would Joe think about all this?

    Dec

    Have a good trip Dec – are you flyin’ or drivin’…. ?


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    basquesteve
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    @sheridan wrote:

    @basquesteve wrote:

    :-k I have just waded through 17 pages and am now off to top myself

    What I hate is people inventing a previous life to give importance to their advice /opinions

    My last job was a bus driver

    What is the relevance of your having been a bus driver?

    I have just skimmed through all 17 pages during the adverts in Countdown, but I can’t find anyone inventing a previous life, or even mentioning their former career. Have I missed something?
    On some threads, for example about education, health, or parenting, a person’s past experience could be very relevant.

    I am not going back looking for imposter’s they know who they are

    I agree peoples past experiences are relevant that’s why I cannot tolerate imagined pasts I said my last job was a bus driver so you know I do not pretend to be of a higher status
    Have you not noticed almost immediately after being introduced to a new expate they wished to know where you lived before and what did you do
    It enables them to work out their position in the pecking order My wife tells them that she was a lap dancer :lol:


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    janes
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    Quite right, Mrs Basquesteve. I’m sure she wouldn’t want people thinking she was anything as common as a pole dancer…. :wink:


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    filou
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    @janes wrote:

    Quite right, Mrs Basquesteve. I’m sure she wouldn’t want people thinking she was anything as common as a pole dancer…. :wink:

    bearing in mind you have to be taught how to pole dance, surely that would make one an artisan, and be of a higher status?


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    Are all exotic dancing forms named after nationalities?

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    basquesteve
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    @janes wrote:

    Quite right, Mrs Basquesteve. I’m sure she wouldn’t want people thinking she was anything as common as a pole dancer…. :wink:

    Due to maturity thats impossible :lol::lol::lol:

    but as a young bitch

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    spj
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    @jsks wrote:

    Are all exotic dancing forms named after nationalities?

    :lol::lol::lol:

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    Grumpy Yorkie
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    I was told as a youngster that the way to a woman’s heart (!) was to make her laugh. :)

    So I became a giggelo! :shock:

    Knew I’d gone wrong somewhere. :oops:

    I blame it on my old mum …….. her hearing was not the best ……. when my dad would say “do you want to go to sleep or what?” she would always say “what?”. :roll:

    I’m the eldest of 12 children! :lol:

    I reinvented myself when I came to France ……. Mrs Yorkie says I’ve turned into a grumpy old git! :roll:

    Progress, eh?

    Stuart


    Flat cap, whippet, Panda, V8 Jaguar, V12 Mercedes and a '54 Sunbeam Talbot 90 called Josephine (obviously) ................... bloody grand!

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    janes
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    @jsks wrote:

    Are all exotic dancing forms named after nationalities?

    I’m not sure Morris is a country. :lol:


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    filou
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    Janes you should be pleased with the harmony you have achieved in this thread, which has now evolved into some bad (but good) jokes and pictures of fluffy animals!


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    janes
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    Well, thanks Filou, but I can’t take any credit. :lol:

    To be honest, threads like this always go one of two ways: either they’ve been zapped by about page nine because someone’s thrown all their toys out of the pram, and then chucked the pram after them, or they’ve gone so far off topic like this one (which, being in “postbox” should still be adhering strictly to Bentley’s Third Law of Thread Drift and be dealing with the question at hand) that more or less any contribution is happily welcomed.

    BTW, lest I spoil a good thing by leaving my feelings once again open to (mis-)interpretation, I’m loving the harmony.:lol:

    Fluffy kitten, anyone?


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    jsks
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    @janes wrote:

    @jsks wrote:

    Are all exotic dancing forms named after nationalities?

    I’m not sure Morris is a country. :lol:

    I’m not sure it’s dancing either.

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    berni
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    Ok Janes
    So what exactly were you getting at in your original post? ‘Cos it had me confused?! And obviously many others?
    :?:?:?


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    janes
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    P’raps pomhorn could help? Or I could suggest you use Google translate? It seems to work for him! :lol:


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