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Corrie - Rofl at the liberal use of 'flippin'

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ThisIsJustASagaNow Mon 27-Jun-11 20:06:42

I stopped watching Corrie about two years ago. Got fed up with it. But switching channels I just caught the end and Steve 'What's going on in my flippin' pub?!'grin

LOL!grin I'd forgotten about Corrie's use of flippin'

Do they really think we buy into 'FLIP' as a likely expletive in this day and age from the agegroup that use it on there?confused

meditrina Mon 27-Jun-11 20:19:08

At least someone found something to like in a Corrie episode. Pretty rare at the moment.

ThisIsJustASagaNow Mon 27-Jun-11 20:22:24

I only saw that v last bit.

Oh dear is it grim at the moment? I'm not tempted to start watching again. After years of never missing it I just suddenly felt I'd had more than enough and don't miss it at all.

toodaloo Wed 06-Jul-11 17:34:35

um yes, I am from Greater Manchester and in the same age bracket of Steve Mcdonald on Corrie and my friends and I use Flip or Flipping all the time eg/ flipping eck is that the time or where the flip is my watch that sort of thing, always have done from being young Proper Northerner me!

toodaloo Wed 06-Jul-11 17:37:32


toodaloo Wed 06-Jul-11 17:38:46

well that went wrong, you know what I mean smile

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