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Wed, 06th May 2009 | Cuddy | Created on: visionarydictionary.com | 2,714 Views.

Dunkirk (2042)

Our British traditions have evidently gone down the drain. This includes manners. If we look back at the pictures of Dunkirk we se lines and ques of hundreds of people (This is even in a war). This links in with my earlier Poll 'Traditions' - as queing is a British Tradition.

By 2030 i think that once again some rule will be taken over Britain with a firm hand and will kick all those arogant teens and others in to shape and once again we will be known for our manners and for being such nice people. Once again we will be 'Great' Britain.

                


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Fri, 08th May 2009
(Yes Ed, don't know how you confused that one!) I, too, applaud BB. Well said man.
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Fri, 08th May 2009
Applause @ BB
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Thu, 07th May 2009
clever people on here hahaha
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Thu, 07th May 2009
'You got it' BC
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Thu, 07th May 2009
I think it's mum having a swipe at daughter Ed.
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Thu, 07th May 2009
Practice what you preach at home please! - Comment by PP - ? Explain
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Wed, 06th May 2009
The first port of call is in the home. If the child lacks discipline and respect when they start school it is unfair to expect a teacher with about 30? other children to be able to take all the responsibility. Start them from the cradle and then our teachers have a chance. I still think parenting skills should be available somewhere. If the child won't stay on the naughty step then use super glue, don't give way. Cruel to be kind but a better future.
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Wed, 06th May 2009
etiquette - i shall be a lady and improve my posture by walking round with books o my head :)
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Wed, 06th May 2009
Practice what you preach at home please!
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Wed, 06th May 2009
The re-introduction of discipline in the classrooms, a return to true competative spirit, both in the classroom and on the sports field; the national curriculum to include weekly lessons on manners, decorum and etiquette may go some way to returning this country back to the respected hierarchy it once held - until then, the Guardian readers are winning.
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