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Pavement Distancing - Visual Guidance On Grove Vale


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Someone has been out on Grove Vale with their box of chalks and has provided a visual reminder for everyone,in several places,of what "keeping two metres distance apart from one another" actually means. Useful.

Take a look.............

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peckman01 Wrote:


> If you can smell them, you're too close

But on the positive you will still have your sense of smell - losing sense of smell can be associated with Covid-18

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I think to be fair that the Cat was using French where retard is not offensive, but means 'late'. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Collection-Monsieur-Madame-Little-Miss/dp/2012248659

Similarly if he/she uses the term 'mong' - another offensive/horrid word we used as kids as an insult it is actually Vietnamese for 'hope'

I'm being ironic

Ruskin Wrote:


> se22cat Wrote:

> --------------------------------------------------

> -----

> > Bloody council should be out using their paint

> for

> > this rather than their retarded anti-resident


> > crap.


> Seconded!!

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