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Yes sometimes, I agree, it does. Oddly, I've heard the plural usage creeping over to this side of the pond in certain instances.And by the way, that last post....the whole thing's great, especially lovely suit.
Oh My! You practically look naked!!In a good way.
As another expatriate, do you mind me suggesting that it might be "are the staff", not "is the staff"? I know, sorry. It's a pet peeve of mine.G.
Hold on, you're going to get married and then go straight back to the office? You must really like your job.......
Hold on, you mean you've got bolts of fabric stashed someplace, so many of them that you've forgotten what they look like? You should be embarrassed. And Andy, that is a lovely suit.
Game, set, match.Well, you know, just one guy's opinion.
As another (former) Londoner I was about to say the same. You havent been there in a while I think, Roy. What was once grimy, is now groovy. ;-)
EMP, Bouley, in the same week?....that's some fancy eating to go along with your fancy dress, Crusty.
If I maybe enquire Crusty, dressed as such a silk purse, where does one brunch in a town sadly filled with, well, sow's ears?
Indeed! They should at least let you into the lobby before pitching your ass back onto the sidewalk. Can you get a cocktail at the bar without a res, do you know?
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