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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    ....Then don't say it at all. I honestly don't know why this is such a difficult concept to master. What gives people the right to say whatever they want to randomers in the street? I think some common decency wouldn't go amiss and if people have thoughts about someone then to keep them to themselves unless they are civil. Just what i think anyway, with the way everything is going there is no need for any of it and it is all so unnecessary and you don't know what your unthinking insults shouted at someone could do to that person.
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    You know we all love you and agree with you on here. Those people who say things to you can do one back to their chav hobbit homes.
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