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    What British people say versus what they actually mean ;-)

    To be taken somewhat tongue in cheek:

    http://www.tickld.com/x/30-things-br...n-9-is-perfect
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    Re: What British people say versus what they actually mean ;-)

    Interesting,though in most cases it would be better to say that we might mean this.

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