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I now officially take back what I said in reference to THAT word and the flack it received and I thank you for the info. I really don't know if I've ever heard of the term before, but ironically, I too have a lot of friends in England and you're absolutely correct. Quite a number of the words we use here are used there....only differently! LOL For example: The "p" word that DJ used in a post up above means "aggravated" here in the U.S. but in England it means "inebriated". *S*
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