suburbansparrow
suburbansparrow
suburbansparrow
Oct 22 2013
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not quite. You don't get married in court in the UK. There are registry offices and (gasp) churches. Hotels and country houses etc have to apply for a wedding license if they want to host the ceremony. But like with all parties you can do that bit anywhere. The lady should have known. It is HIGHLY unusual for the man Read more

May 25 2013
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This is a UK study and in the UK iodine is not added to salt. So that is why this is news in the UK. Why Americans would care is a different question.

May 15 2013
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This kind of question always reminds me of the sort of questions that wide eyed children ask that cut right through stereotypes and inequality because these things aren't logical. It is true that removing breast tissue should not be considered any more or less brave than removing any other kind of tissue for the same Read more

May 14 2013
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America is strange. In the UK everyone just has a kitchen with a washing machine in it. The real fancy folk have a utility room. Washing powder/liquid is rarely 10ft away from the machine.