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    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
    Like Dos_Box said, context is everything. If in doubt think about whether you would use it in that context in front of a class of primary kids... or whether someone else is likely to pull you up for using it in that context in front of a class of primary school kids
    I've used "tired" [iykwim] multiple times and have never been pulled up for it.

    I work in primary.

    Also, +1 Dos' forum; Dos' rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    I've used "tired" [iykwim] multiple times and have never been pulled up for it.

    I work in primary.
    Just because you've never been pulled up on something doesn't make it right or ok.

    It's been stated at the beginning of this thread that as a professional forum we don't expect members to include expletives in their posts and whilst this might include words you may not personally find offensive other people might therefore you are being asked to abide by the rules.

    Some may call it censorship and that's fine it's Dos_Box's house and we all play by his rules.

    Suck it up and get over it people.

    Ben



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