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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnismith View Post
    So the answer’s not that they all used to work as builders?
    Close enough, they all worked in the construction industry before becoming famous.

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    Noel Gallagher probably made the tea on a construction site of nicked lead off a roof.. That's not working in the construction industry... Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by midlifecrisis View Post
    Noel Gallagher probably made the tea on a construction site of nicked lead off a roof.. That's not working in the construction industry... Lol
    turning up and getting paid counts, whether it is making tea, laying bricks or pushing pens - work is work
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    Not to mention QM is always correct. Even when he's wrong - is that right?
    Where's SPK when you need him?

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    Right OK, sorry for the delay.

    What is a "tittle" ?
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    A title with an extra t....





    Well a tattle is some gossip I think so maybe something saucey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2b1ask1 View Post
    A title with an extra t....





    Well a tattle is some gossip I think so maybe something saucey?
    No!!
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    i must admit i just peeked at the OED definition out of interest; thereby ruling myself out of answering...!
    Newton 2b1ask1

    Wife, five kids, house and two Italian cars to support….
    Or
    Newton’s fourth law of motion: With sufficient acceleration from an applied force acting upon a mass (workload), two or more working days can be condensed into one. A+F/ma = £

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    well lets hope someone else has a go!!!
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