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CUNANE - Answered a Question by WILKINSON (21 Mar 08 14:03)

Oh Dear ! Thank God I'm not on a voyage with these two !!!I've only just started to log onto these reviews and I'm hooked already.. thats great, these English review boards need livening up. Paul, Hungerford.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by WILKINSON (12 Mar 08 10:47)

Hello What's your problem? You say you don't mind dressing up, well ok that should be the formal nights sorted and for the rest casual is to my mind smart casual, not jeans and a T shirt and informal slackets and a jacket, preferably with a tie, which is "smart but comfortable" so where's the problem? Sorry I'm not trying to be bloody minded but it does sound as though you ahve the right attitude......Heathe.

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jackson - Answered a Question by WILKINSON (13 Mar 08 20:35)

Why do people have to be so rude with their answers "i.e. whats your problem" when someone is only asking a question .

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jackson - Answered a Question by WILKINSON (13 Mar 08 21:12)

For someone who picked up a wrong spelling on this board the correct spelling is slacks not slacket.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by WILKINSON (14 Mar 08 14:41)

Hello...I'm terribly sorry, I forgot that in Essex "What's your problem" probably has a different connotation to the rest of the country. At least I didn't say "Wanna make something of it?" and how do you know that I don't wear slackets? Yours affectionately...Heathe.

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