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Front Page / Re: Are you searching for your son/daughter?
« Last post by Chippy1 on Sat 18-Nov-2017 | 23:02PM »
Hello Hope. I'm sure a mod or admin will soon tell you if you are out of order. Having had a 'Long Lost Family'  event in my own family I wish you and any participants well.
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Front Page / Are you searching for your son/daughter?
« Last post by habbott17 on Wed 15-Nov-2017 | 12:02PM »
Hello everyone,

We are doing some research for a potential new TV series and are hoping itís okay to post this here. Iím a researcher at betty tv and we are looking for parents who have been separated from/lost touch with their now grown-up adult children for a number of years, and who might like to be re-connected with them.

If this is you, and you would like more information, please donít hesitate to contact us. Thank you very much for your time.

Please note that we can only consider cases where your son or daughter is 18 or over. Please see the flyer for more details.

Thank you,
Hope  :)
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by AprilRose on Tue 14-Nov-2017 | 09:02AM »
 :offtopic:  sorry, only just read this thread

many years ago when I was younger, well in my 40's, I got my bottom pinched on a water bus in Venice. Although I ignored the young Italian male (hubby was with me) I felt rather flattered  >b< well it was well known in those days that Italian men often did this but it still took me by surprise. I didn't complain but hubby and I had a good laugh about it afterwards, often teasing me about it in later years.  :giggle:
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by hotel du lac on Tue 14-Nov-2017 | 08:32AM »
Absolutely.

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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by aron on Mon 13-Nov-2017 | 22:16PM »
Round of applause for Jo..
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Myra on Thu 09-Nov-2017 | 13:25PM »
Good for her!  :bravo:

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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by SG on Mon 06-Nov-2017 | 16:52PM »
Moderator Comment

In which case perhaps everyone should return to discussing the topic - "Harassment, Parliament and the BBC"
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by hotel du lac on Mon 06-Nov-2017 | 16:50PM »
If people cannot immediately see tthe difference between a bit of chat on a bus in a public place and a sleazy slime ball of a boss making personal comments trapped in a lift, it is not worth continuing to explain.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Robyn on Mon 06-Nov-2017 | 16:47PM »
Going nowhere as I see it .
 You took it as a bit of banter, as I would have done , in the incident that you talked about . I love banter ,and  it often cheers me up too.

The world would be a much, duller place with it .  I have often indulged in it with strangers in Asdas   :)

Yes, I went to the local shops one day and counted up the number of people I chatted to on the way there and back.  There were nine.  Mostly because of my little dog.
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Front Page / Re: Harassment, Parliament and the BBC
« Last post by Robyn on Mon 06-Nov-2017 | 16:46PM »
Did I say I was flirting with him?  I wasn't.  Anything else you want to know?
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