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Hi

A source of wonder to my kids when we went to Disney in Florida for the first time.

My daughter was appalled by calling things Fanny Bags when she knew them as Bum Bags.
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How does one say Happy Eid in brummie?
Dunno, oi'm frum Wulva Ramtun oi am.
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Originally Posted by Dextrous63 ->
How does one say Happy Eid in brummie?
English go home probably.
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20-07-2021, 06:10 PM
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Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
Hi

A source of wonder to my kids when we went to Disney in Florida for the first time.

My daughter was appalled by calling things Fanny Bags when she knew them as Bum Bags.
Yes, the Yanks seem to get some rather important things back to front!
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20-07-2021, 06:32 PM
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Yes, the Yanks seem to get some rather important things back to front!
Well, they are northerners..............
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Yes, the Yanks seem to get some rather important things back to front!
Originally Posted by Besoeker ->
Well, they are northerners..............
Why, yes half of us are Northerners. The bottom half are Southerners.......

or, bum half to you Brits.
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Why, yes half of us are Northerners. The bottom half are Southerners.......

or, bum half to you Brits.
Surely you mean the fanny half?
 
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