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LX-VCF 'Not without my mask'


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:ROFLMAO: I don't think it's posh, but more of the colloquial verbiage of where you live, right? Old school. Growing up a troll was a troll doll with orange or bright green hair that stood up!
I enjoy many of your cool British expressions; sometimes I have to look up a word, like Sean's "daggy!"
On The Amazing Race, it was surprising that most American contestants had no idea what a British Bobbie/Bobby was, from whom they had to get their first clue in Trafalgar Square! They were running around asking the Brits who or what "Bobby" was, + the officer was standing there with his signature Bobby helmet! :LOL: Cultural differences can be respectfully entertaining.
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