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Discussion in 'Personal' started by InkyP, Sep 6, 2018.
It's back on 28th September.
I'm so looking forward to it. Such a forking good show!
Hooray! Forking good news indeed.
Just to get in a ‘Good Place’ frame of mind.
Is this clique-speech
Linked to phrases in the netflix series Rac, no clique just enjoyed the humour in the show, new episodes out soon apparently.
Thanks for the heads up inky.
So you don't watch it and didn't get it, so what?
Nb the comments you quote were all made after your suggestion of a clique.
They continued the clique-speech to which I had referred.
Interesting that in intereacting with you here it would appear not to be a clique in the truest sense of the word, since you are not precluded from taking part in the thread. Also a link provided (should you watch the video) would make themes discussed more accesible to you, so attempts at inclusion could be said to have been offered to those who had not watched the series should they wish to integrate further.
The quotes I quoted.
Wasn't that all me after you suggested it was a clique?
It's the clique of the Gospel Hall. Hail, fellow; well met from the teeth out. What has the video got to do with anything? What does it connect to?
Yes. I said there was clique-speech and then you gave more examples that I quoted.
I also included you by explaining where the programne was aired and then referred you to the video someone posted, thus it isn't strictly speaking a clique... Rac you are welcome here...
If you are querying the thread title it refers to not being able to swear in the 'good place'... ref programme heaven like place, although it turns out to be far more complicated than what one would expect *no spoilers... you might find it a funny watch or not... up to you. Sorry if you feel excluded from a small group posting here, I am pretty sure it was not intentional.
I used to be included in a similar way by the Methodists.
Or RC or COFE?