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Monday, October 02, 2006



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Since when is a five pound note considered "change"?

Change for a 20 maybe.

How's Flat A treating you?

- By Blogger Rob, at Mon Oct 02, 06:00:00 PM GMT+1  

"Flat A"?

Oh, you must mean "Flat #2"! (aka - and God knows why - "Flat A")

Did you know that, in England, the "#" symbol is called a "cross-hatch plus-mark"? It's completely true. On automated phone systems, they say things like "Depress the cross-hatch plus-mark to continue engaging in this telephone call."

- By Blogger Neal Romanek, at Tue Oct 03, 02:54:00 PM GMT+1  

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