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16 hours ago, Bullbasket said:

In some parts of the country, it is. (especially if you went to Eton!!)

and, if those people agree with you, why do they say Ears?   As in "Ears, absolutely agree old chap"

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25 minutes ago, bootneck said:

why do they say Ears?   As in "Ears, absolutely agree old chap"

Probably because they're Old Etonians. If they'd have gone to Roedean it would probably be "OK Yar. One does like to have a nice hice".

 

John.

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1 hour ago, mick b said:

Why do pensioners block aisles and dawdle around supermarkets on the weekend when they’ve had all bloody week to go there?

 

Mike

I've noticed this about my elderly relatives. All in their 80s, retired for decades, yet all still stick to the weekend rules. Why?

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2 hours ago, mick b said:

Why do pensioners block aisles and dawdle around supermarkets on the weekend when they’ve had all bloody week to go there?

 

Why do non-pensioners go out as a whole, umbilically-attached, family group; walking five across along the pavements; blocking aisles and dawdle around supermarkets and shopping malls on the weekend?

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Why do women shoppers stop just outside the shop exit door for a chat and block said doorway?

 

Why do women shoppers suddenly realise they have to pay for their goods after its all been put through the checkout till and they spend ages questioning the bill, and looking for their money?

 

Why can't they be like men shoppers, get goods and have money, usually correct amount or nearly so, ready to hand over?

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3 hours ago, mick b said:

Why do pensioners block aisles and dawdle around supermarkets on the weekend when they’ve had all bloody week to go there?

 

Mike

Well, this pensioner takes 'er indoors to the supermarket on a Thursday. She wouldn't go on a Saturday because she reckons that it's full of "young" people, moaning about pensioners!!

 

John Methuselah.

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3 minutes ago, Black Knight said:

to where?

Why not to the caff on the A26?

But Fred. That's an autoroute which goes from Calais to Troyes. There are no cafes on it!!

 

John.

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Why do people walk out of a shop door and then stop in the way? Also, why do some people get to the top of an escalator, step off and then stop and gawp about the place? 🤬

 

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Steve

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2 hours ago, bootneck said:

 

Why do non-pensioners go out as a whole, umbilically-attached, family group; walking five across along the pavements; blocking aisles and dawdle around supermarkets and shopping malls on the weekend?

Reversion to childhood and nursery outing procedures 

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4 hours ago, bootneck said:

 

Why do non-pensioners go out as a whole, umbilically-attached, family group; walking five across along the pavements; blocking aisles and dawdle around supermarkets and shopping malls on the weekend?

Cos they learnt it off their blooming grandparents ! 🤷🏼‍♂️😂

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