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Re: Codes of Conduct discussion

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Our fridge used to have the word S M E G boldly and proudly written on the front door. For me, it always meant "Doctor Bollocks old knob cheese".
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Re: Codes of Conduct discussion

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dizt3mp3r wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 1:14 pm
Our fridge used to have the word S M E G boldly and proudly written on the front door. For me, it always meant "Doctor Bollocks old knob cheese".
I am ashamed to admit that I had no idea that was actually an expletive, and I always thought it was a typo of smug.
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Re: Codes of Conduct discussion

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I will say, I am not against swear words. I don't use them personally (I have much better words in my vocabulary), but some people do. As long as people don't use them most of the time. I think that excessive use of these words should be banned, but not every occurrence.
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