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Discussion in 'Personal' started by NellyFUF, Dec 27, 2011.
I am saddened.... now you also lack chivalry, Baubs!
Chivalry??...once a king always a king.....but once a knight's enough.
I like bungalows. Old ones, not horrid matchbox new ones. Old ones with lovely mature gardens. Yes, I would live in a bungalow, happily. And I'm relatively young (seriously - being judgy about bungalow-living is a bit teenage, isn't it..? ) :-/
My daughter and her family (four noisy boys) live in a detached bungalow with a big garden. Nothing staid or frumpy about it.
I don't know where the person who made that comment lives but I know bungalows seemed to have that image when I lived in the South. When I moved North I found bungalows much more popular with young families and not associated with old people at all.
I believe 'bungalow' is actually a Malay word we have inherited from colonial times.