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and there was a sign on the play equipment stating "adults must enter play area. if your children need assistants, please ask a member of staff"I wonder whether the staff are offering their services in managing the minutiae of the children's lives? Secretarial services? Media management?luckily i had a handy ballpoint pen in my handbag and made a swift adjustment whilst the lady's back was turned
and they had a misplaced apostrophe 's' on sock's.I changed that too
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LOL - ds's diary could do with some active management.<googles location of nearest fun factory>Although I'm not sure I want to enter a fun factory...
Sod the grammatical errors; what the f*ck possessed you to go to a bloody fun factory? Wouldn't you rather poke your own eyes out with a blunt stick?
I salute you.Bet it wasn't fun either.'Fun Factory' should be required to carry a disclaimer in brackets beneath the name:(Warning: may not contain fun or have been made on an assembly line where fun was present)
it was attached to a pub shitehawk
It would have to be, gemmie ... there is a special circle of hell reserved for such places.And during school holidays too ... <hyperventilates>
PMSLOf course the truly pedantic thing to do would have been to take them literally and then sue them under the Trade Descriptions Act. But then you run the risk of being an arse
Am laughing at all the adults being forced into the play area. "But I don't want toooooo..."
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