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Well she did say to a works colleague once when he took aspirin 200mg to the counter
" Are they for you"
"No, my mum"
"well she can't use that dose to prevent strokes"
"No it's for pain relief following dental surgery"
" Are you sure, she didn't just say this"
My colleague said she was like a bulldog chewing a wasp.
I just hope the young lad who was probably thrilled he had saved his pocket money went away knowing there are nice people around. We were just impressed that he had a mask on most of the youngsters don't, and he was totally polite to the woman. A lot of kids would have hurled a few expletives at her. I felt like it.
She had rubber gloves on but no face mask by the way.

Agree with you Margaid, caviar is just salty.
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Brilliant!
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Very good!. Dad's army could probably be applied endlessly to the subject. Edit, just as I was typing this, I heard Nicola Sturgeon use the word "scunnered" in her press conference. The Banter Boys from chewin' the fat must be in raptures.
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Fantastic, if only the original cast were still with us, it could be Dads Covid Army.
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For those of you having to contend with various levels of restriction :-)99
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Seen in our daughter’s constituency.

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Normal, She wouldn't know "normal" if it hit her between the eyes. Talk about being famous for doing nothing
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Would that be Richard Grosvenor Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, son of Admiral The Honourable Sir Reginald Aylmer Ranfurly Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax. Trying saying that after a few drinks!!!. Imagine being poor Sir Reginald, he must have spent half his life introducing himself.

Free school meals to be provided during holidays at school or other designated places, I'm absolutely in favour of that, whatever it costs.

Free school meals in the form of grocery vouchers, nah. Too easy for the parents to use the vouchers to buy food they would have paid cash for and then use the cash on themselves. It happened to so many of my friends growing up, with their parents pocketing the family allowance and school clothing grants to spend on booze, fags and glad rags. Meanwhile their kids lived on beans on toast and went to school in clothes that were falling apart.
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