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Originally Posted By: Ian_W
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Here you have 'baggers' to pack your groceries for you, and the first thing they ask is........."Paper or plastic?"


I got asked that and replied 'oh credit card' grin

I assumed they were asking how I was paying LOL



You would! doah laugh

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It must only be the paper bags then. You always see people in American films/progs carrying their groceries in their arms, in plain paper bags. Someone said on TV once (can't remember where or why) that you could tell an American in the UK because of this habit.

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I prefer the plastic ones, because I can reuse them. I really don't have much use for paper ones, other than lining the bird cage.

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[quote=The Invisible Man]It must only be the paper bags then. You always see people in American films/progs carrying their groceries in their arms, in plain paper bags. Someone said on TV once (can't remember where or why) that you could tell an American in the UK because of this habit. [/quote]


You mean like the generalisation here, from old people who were in London in the war saying.....The limeys all drink warm beer?

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Or like people here thinking the only weather England has is rain?

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Or like people here thinking the only weather England has is rain?

That assumption is totally ridiculous - we have fog as well. devil

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Obviously beer - proper beer, that is - is drunk warm, or more precisely, not chilled.

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Marks n Spencers anyone ?

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We've got a pile of save the world shopping bags in the back of the car, trouble is I never remember to take one into the supermarket with me.

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Originally Posted By: Moo
I prefer the plastic ones, because I can reuse them. I really don't have much use for paper ones, other than lining the bird cage.


He keeps you in a cage ?

Whatever next ? Pole-Dancing ?

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Nothing quite that exciting, I assure you. We have two budgies.

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Ar-Ha ! She's back !!!!!!!

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Guess that means it is no longer safe around here?

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duck

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Originally Posted By: Moo
Guess that means it is no longer safe around here?



More like we're no longer safe! eek

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Is that SAFE as in safe s*x ?

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