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  Reply # 1627494 11-Sep-2016 16:54
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I'm trying to remember the word for "toilet" that was used at work the other day. It was something to the effect of "wellbeing space" yell


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  Reply # 1627503 11-Sep-2016 17:21
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Don't mind me just being well

 

Do enjoy my smell

 

 





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  Reply # 1627542 11-Sep-2016 19:02
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Mitre 10 website. Every page I click its do I want my location remembered. Every page, WTF. Maybe I will invent caching and sell it to them. 


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  Reply # 1627544 11-Sep-2016 19:03
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Behodar:

 

I'm trying to remember the word for "toilet" that was used at work the other day. It was something to the effect of "wellbeing space" yell

 

 

Twaa ley, if your French, WC for water closet?


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  Reply # 1627550 11-Sep-2016 19:10
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I'm trying to remember the word for "toilet" that was used at work the other day. It was something to the effect of "wellbeing space" yell

 

 

Was it perchance "happy house"?





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  Reply # 1627633 11-Sep-2016 23:19
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A teaspoon in the tablespoon compartment...

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  Reply # 1627634 11-Sep-2016 23:23
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tdgeek:

 

Behodar:

 

I'm trying to remember the word for "toilet" that was used at work the other day. It was something to the effect of "wellbeing space" yell

 

 

Twaa ley, if your French, WC for water closet?

 

 

Not really, more like 'twa-let' in French, because it is always plural.

 

 





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  Reply # 1627637 11-Sep-2016 23:44
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Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).






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  Reply # 1627763 12-Sep-2016 10:24
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"Administrivia".  Oh - I know what that is.

 

Totally brilliant the first time I heard it, meh the second time, pukeworthy ever since.


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  Reply # 1627769 12-Sep-2016 10:30
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Geektastic:

 

Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).

 

 

Don't Briscoes also have a "Manchester" department? (nowadays I doubt that anything in that department comes from Manchester, possible exception of some staff members)


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  Reply # 1627770 12-Sep-2016 10:33
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Geektastic:

 

Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).

 

 

The side walk by the gas station a block away from our house. City Hall needs to get their construction crew out to fix it.


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Geektastic:

 

Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).

 

 

The side walk by the gas station a block away from our house. City Hall needs to get their construction crew out to fix it.

 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1627784 12-Sep-2016 11:05
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Fred99:

 

Geektastic:

 

Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).

 

 

Don't Briscoes also have a "Manchester" department? (nowadays I doubt that anything in that department comes from Manchester, possible exception of some staff members)

 

 

 

 

Not just Briscoes.

 

All I can say is they have never actually been there if they think naming things after it is a good idea....!






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Fred99:

 

Geektastic:

 

Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).

 

 

Don't Briscoes also have a "Manchester" department? (nowadays I doubt that anything in that department comes from Manchester, possible exception of some staff members)

 

 

 

 

Manchester is a noun used in Australia, South Africa and NZ for house hold linen it is not meant to be the town from that small island off Europe





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  Reply # 1627809 12-Sep-2016 11:45
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MikeB4:

 

Fred99:

 

Geektastic:

 

Use of Americanisms such as "stemware" and "serveware" (looking at you, Briscoes).

 

 

Don't Briscoes also have a "Manchester" department? (nowadays I doubt that anything in that department comes from Manchester, possible exception of some staff members)

 

 

 

 

Manchester is a noun used in Australia, South Africa and NZ for house hold linen it is not meant to be the town from that small island off Europe

 

 

 

 

But most of the china in Briscoes comes from China. Oh wait - most of everything in Briscoes comes from China.


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