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Today 15:34
JanHank Watched The Forgotten Battle this afternoon, I’m glad I have no experience of war.
Today 10:16
raynipper Richard Geer is drawing his pension now and doing old peoples adds like Saga.

Ray.
Today 10:12
Pudsey_Bear Dunno Ray, it might be crap, if so it'll get binned.
Today 10:02
raynipper Wasn't than on BBC a while ago?

Ray.
Today 09:06
Pudsey_Bear Might give this a look later.


https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/600...vlang=en&clip=
Today 07:59
Pudsey_Bear I found the UK shameless to be a bit boring, the US one seems less grubby somehow too.
Yesterday 21:51
JanHank
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Originally Posted by barryd View Post

I disagree with what your mum said. Nothing wrong with swearing, depends how and in what context I think. I used to work with a lot of well educated toffs and where we live there are lots of Aristos and they swear like troopers. I think it adds colour and can be funny.
My Mum used to say that 60 years ago donīt forget, before you were born, swearing was a definite no no in those days, especially in front of children, change concerning lots of things has happened since then.
Too much swearing is not natural though, at least in the circles I have lived in, donīt know about you rufty tufty lot.
Yesterday 20:28
barryd
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Originally Posted by JanHank View Post
Does it have to be sweary for you to like it ?
Since Iīve stopped watching sweary things I donīt swear as much as I had grown accustomed to.
My Mum used to say swearing shown lack of vocabulary
No not really. I loved Anne with an E remember and I Was always a big "Waltons" fan

However. Equally I like either gritty or outrageous dramas and comedy and you cant have them without realistic swearing, violence and sex IMO otherwise they are lame and unrealistic.

Its Brassic by the way https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassic_(TV_series). Joe Gilgan writes and produces it and is the star of the show. Very funny but bonkers man. Its based loosely on his past. If you do find Shameless, watch the UK version not the American one. Based in Manchester.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassic_(TV_series)

I disagree with what your mum said. Nothing wrong with swearing, depends how and in what context I think. I used to work with a lot of well educated toffs and where we live there are lots of Aristos and they swear like troopers. I think it adds colour and can be funny.
Yesterday 17:30
JanHank `Bassicsī I donīt have, `Shamelessī is in Polish with English subtitles.

There are a lot of new things. `The forgotten Battleī just popped up, I think itīs a film, Iīll have a look at that after D.A.
Yesterday 17:07
JanHank
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Started watching Brassic in the van the other day. Three seasons so far. Dead funny. A bit like Shameless but funnier. Very sweary
Does it have to be sweary for you to like it ?
Since Iīve stopped watching sweary things I donīt swear as much as I had grown accustomed to.
My Mum used to say swearing shown lack of vocabulary
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