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So today David Cameron "adopted a more 'emollient' tone" in his speech about the police...

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SpeedyGonzalez Fri 12-Aug-11 18:08:26 reported just now on the Radio 4 6 o'clock news broadcast.

confused Was he trying to moisturise them? Perhaps it's part of a plan to make sure everyone's skin is as smooth and shiny as his?


Gincognito Fri 12-Aug-11 18:13:31

He is fairly greasy.

AuntieMonica Fri 12-Aug-11 18:14:48

oil bet he's a smooth talker at moist times


OTheHugeManatee Fri 12-Aug-11 18:24:26

Were they trying to say ebullient? Or was Cameron supposedly pouring oil on troubled waters?

SpeedyGonzalez Fri 12-Aug-11 20:10:54

grin at AuntieM

I think 'twas the latter re oiling up against troubled waters, but it did make me giggle!

How about this as an alternative: "David Cameron ^moistened his tone^"


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