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this story is in both the mail and the express this morning.
apparently "brown" means "brown".
'COLE: Derived from the Old English 'Cola', meaning someone of a swarthy appearance. Variations: McCool in Scotland and Ireland'
pack protractor for visit to parents.
...wot? i bet you need a degree to pull a cracker..and dont tell the "Health and Safety" people it my will be a thing of the past...
- tony, rome, 24/12/2009 07:33
- Poor punctuation and spelling
- Bemoaning the worth of present-day upper education.
- A quick quip aimed at the nanny state that is totally moronic and devoid of humour.
- inverted "commas".
- Doesn't live in the UK.