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    #11
    We have 'taps' not 'faucets' in the UK.


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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    We have 'taps' not 'faucets' in the UK.
    Here they pley taps but not on faucets. :wink:
    Funny - it is called tap water but comes out of faucets.

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