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It Came From Planet Aylia says: "My husband's mad Auntie Joan accused the man seven doors down of stealing her milk as he was the first black neighbour she had. She doesn't even get her milk delivered." Tell us about casual racism from oldies.

Thanks to Brayn Dedd who suggested this too

(, Thu 27 Oct 2011, 11:54)
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Travel broadens the mind
Aged 17, I went with girlfriend and her parents to visit her grandparents in Cornwall. To celebrate granny's forthcoming 80th, girlfriend's parents were organising a special trip for her to London to see a West End show.

Upon having the exciting news revealed to her, she replies: "I can't go to London - there are knife-throwing wogs on every street corner!"

I really wish I hadn't been taking a sip of tea at that precise moment…
(, Mon 31 Oct 2011, 17:00, 4 replies)
Perhaps she meant
Some sort of ethnic circus act? I'd bloody live in London if that were true!
(, Mon 31 Oct 2011, 22:44, closed)
I wish
I hadn't had a mouthful of coffee at the moment I hit "knife-throwing" ;-)

Have a click
(, Tue 1 Nov 2011, 9:47, closed)

Throwing knives is an art. It's hard work and takes years of practise to become good at it. Then constant practise to keep your edge.

These days, I can still throw almost any knife and make it hit, pointy-end, into my target, but gone are the days where I would throw knives at apples sitting on a mates head.

(, Wed 2 Nov 2011, 7:55, closed)
gone are the days?
or gone are the mates who would put up with that sort of crap?
(, Wed 2 Nov 2011, 10:46, closed)

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