Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by Allsorts, Sep 13, 2018.
That might explain the bottle of women’s perfume.
Anything is possible.
All we know for sure is that these two fellas have rocked up to Salisbury. And at some point someone has rubbed up against a door and somehow a knob has got touched too. Someone else later on has grabbed hold of the knob again and its all gone wrong from there.
Could have happened to anyone.
Is it ok to say knob on the forum? Especially one that got touched and later grabbed hold of?
New rules you say Tallywacker.
Or - Putin, for short.
On a positive note; how about awards for the brave police who dealt with the scene in Salisbury, how about awards for the brave doctors and nurses who treated the victims and how about awards for the brave staff at Porton Down who risk their lives every day to work amongst the deadly stuff?
Ah, another misguided appropriation of the word 'brave'.
And what would you call it?
Doing their job.
Or were all of 'arry's examples automatically 'brave' by dint of them being present?
I shared a small ward with Simon Weston a few times and he never said he was brave, he just got caught.
Please keep religion out of this DA
He can’t help it ( apparently, summat to do with primary school and a bunch of bible bashing nuns,, apparently )
Idiot. Are you brave enough to walk into that situation?
I'll tell you. No!
Therefore they are brave, and you are a wooss.
If I were a cop, I'd walk in to that situation - no question.
But I ain't - so therefore will run away very quickly...
Is that like a woosh or is that over your head?
Don't judge everyone by your own standards.
Plenty of people get stuck in when its needed.
I was "taught" by nuns, I don't know about DA.
HA isn't even brave enough to vote.
Nah, I was taught be relatively normal people.
Who still used the leather belt.
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