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The ultimate way of doing away with personal pronouns is by calling everyone Comrade.

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In the 80s, George Cole (Arthur Daley from Minder), starred in a comedy called Comrade Dad. It was a parody of a Soviet Britain. He addressed everybody as "person".
 

Awol

LE
Also accepted is calling everyone “mate” or “chum”. Same effect.
I’m going to start a campaign to introduce ‘chum’ into common parlance.

Sadly it vanished after WW2, and now the time is right to bring it back, as a homage to our heroes. It goes without saying that I expect cooperation from all of you in this.

Okay chums?
 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
I’m going to start a campaign to introduce ‘chum’ into common parlance.

Sadly it vanished after WW2, and now the time is right to bring it back, as a homage to our heroes. It goes without saying that I expect cooperation from all of you in this.

Okay chums?
can we bring back Knuts as well old chum ?
 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
can we bring back Knuts as well old chum ?
For sure, but isn’t that a bit errr..... gender specific?
well less, they are usually toffs
but we need to raise the bar a trifle


 
I’m going to start a campaign to introduce ‘chum’ into common parlance.

Sadly it vanished after WW2, and now the time is right to bring it back, as a homage to our heroes. It goes without saying that I expect cooperation from all of you in this.

Okay chums?
Alright with me sunshine.
 
No, no, no! That’s not going to change the world.

Every post (and conversation in the real world) must include ‘chum’.

Got it now chum?
Are other dog foods acceptable, pal?
 

Awol

LE
Are other dog foods acceptable, pal?
Pooches love this stuff...

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Fabius Maximus

Old-Salt
I’m going to start a campaign to introduce ‘chum’ into common parlance.

Sadly it vanished after WW2, and now the time is right to bring it back, as a homage to our heroes. It goes without saying that I expect cooperation from all of you in this.

Okay chums?
Sounds ok to me chum
 
The ultimate way of doing away with personal pronouns is by calling everyone Comrade.

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Instead of Comrade how about Fella?
 
I’m going to start a campaign to introduce ‘chum’ into common parlance.

Sadly it vanished after WW2, and now the time is right to bring it back, as a homage to our heroes. It goes without saying that I expect cooperation from all of you in this.

Okay chums?
Jean-Paul Gautier is clearly with you.

 
Sounds like someone who is selective with facts, "Very old" is 60? "Very sick" is anyone not in perfect health?
Also neglects those who have serious health problems due to covid but haven't died.
She should write for the Daily Mail.
I know of only one person who has had Covid.
She is 25, works for the NHS and described it as the most terrifying and painful thing that has happened to her.
She is also a devout Christian but now actually hates her colleague who gave it to her by going into work whilst obviously showing the symptons.
 
I know of only one person who has had Covid.
She is 25, works for the NHS and described it as the most terrifying and painful thing that has happened to her.
She is also a devout Christian but now actually hates her colleague who gave it to her by going into work whilst obviously showing the symptons.

My bold
This is leading people to believe that covid isn't that widespread, where as the reality is, some people that you know probably have it, they just have not told you or they have it and dont know themselves. I found out my cousin has it the other day, purely because it came up in conversation with my mother, who in turn only found out because she was talking to her brother (my cousins father).
She young, fit and fine, unfortunately she works as a carer/arse wiper in old folks homes.

I think in the states 1 in 14 people are known to have had it (possibly due to the amount of testing),
 

Yokel

LE
Jacks ? Knaves surely!

Knave, Fiesta, Mayfair, Club, Razzle, Escort....?

I’m going to start a campaign to introduce ‘chum’ into common parlance.

Sadly it vanished after WW2, and now the time is right to bring it back, as a homage to our heroes. It goes without saying that I expect cooperation from all of you in this.

Okay chums?

Did you never see Harry Enfield and Chums?

What's wrong with gathering Knuts in May?

The complete knuts of May?

I know of only one person who has had Covid.
She is 25, works for the NHS and described it as the most terrifying and painful thing that has happened to her.
She is also a devout Christian but now actually hates her colleague who gave it to her by going into work whilst obviously showing the symptons.

Refusing to wear a mask or self isolate is not exactly loving thy neighbour as thyself. Have the guilty show and remorse?

My bold
This is leading people to believe that covid isn't that widespread, where as the reality is, some people that you know probably have it, they just have not told you or they have it and dont know themselves. I found out my cousin has it the other day, purely because it came up in conversation with my mother, who in turn only found out because she was talking to her brother (my cousins father).
She young, fit and fine, unfortunately she works as a carer/arse wiper in old folks homes.

I think in the states 1 in 14 people are known to have had it (possibly due to the amount of testing),

A third of people with it get no symptoms. Others will think it is a cold or something.
 

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