Monday, 4 November 2013

Don’t say you weren’t warned

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12 comments:

  1. the British sense of humour eh?

    I prefer knob jokes.

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  2. I believe the correct response is "LOL".

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  3. Everyone thinks their children are well behaved, so pointless.

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  4. As I have mentioned before, many years ago I was in the Malt Shovel at Oswaldkirk in Yorkshire (a Sam Smith's pub) and recall a sign saying “We are happy to serve children – roast, grilled or fried.”

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  5. Or "I love children but I couldn't eat a whole one"

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  6. Pubs are for adults. Children should not be allowed. End of story.

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  7. Other notices seen in pubs: "Badly behaved children will be nailed to the floor" and "badly behaved children will be sold into slavery"

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  8. I've never seen an advert in a pub offering a creche run by any well known DJ, TV presenter or entertainer from the 1970's?

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  9. Funny, I've never seen a pub sign saying "Well behaved adults welcome" cosidering I've encountered any number of badly behaved grown ups in pubs and a miniscule amount of annoying kids. Some child haters like to perpetuate the myth though. Strange that it a particularly British thing to exclude children from society wherever possible.

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  10. You really are like a broken record on this, Birko.

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  11. Mudgie - some of your commenters (Birkonian in particular) seem to have missed the fact that this is supposed to be light hearted.

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