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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

At my workplace , if you do not talk football or golf with your colleagues/managers they have nothing to talk about...
It is becoming like the weather , another English obsession..

That's just typical all-male workplace banter for all ages, nothing unusual here. Talking about football is usually a favourite subject, a common subject that most can relate to, like the weather.
post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by dangermouse View Post

It seems like everyone I meet these days is a "lad", and just says very rude things to people in the name of "banter". It seems awfully regressive to me, a sign of the times I suppose.

 

http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/a-big-night-out-withbritains-biggest-lads

I just read this. They sent a young man to go and spend some time with these "lads". He seemed to get on with them quite well, but the whole experience sounds quite horrific to me.

 

What's the deal with this lad culture? Is it just a phase or is it just the way things are headed?

This type of person has Polluted the states for years == AKA = Douche bag.

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