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    Oh...and how even though ive watched the back to the future trilogy at least once a year since 1985, i only realised last year that the jennifers are two different actors in movie I and II. And that was because someone told me while we were watching the films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Oh...and how even though ive watched the back to the future trilogy at least once a year since 1985, i only realised last year that the jennifers are two different actors in movie I and II. And that was because someone told me while we were watching the films.
    I only just found this out recently as well after reading about it on a movie site! Have watched those movies a million times

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    @Purple Poppy I know!!! OMG! Baaahaaahaaa

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Re the accidental racism, i was embarrassed to find out that 'gipped' (as in, i was duped, or ripped off) was a reference to Gypsies, the Romany people.. I don't say it anymore.
    Well there you go you learn something new everyday

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    When I was about 23 I started to look into the dairy and veal industry after hearing people talk about how cruel it was.

    I found out that cows don't just lactate constantly, that they need to continuously have calves to keep up their milk supply. I had no idea, I told a couple people who both laughed. The penny finally dropped.

    I now buy milk from a dairy that values the welfare of its animals.
    Yep, this was me too!! I had never given it any thought before until I visited a dairy farm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallpotatoes View Post
    I was going but to post this as well. My friend pulled me up a couple of years back - again no idea!
    Bloody hell, I'm now really embarrassed because I've always thought it was "gibbed". Got gibbed at the shops today, got gibbed by the weather, etc. You mean it's "gipped"?! In reference to the Romany Gypsies?! I'm more stupid than I thought.

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    I thought it was spelled jipped. that's what I say "argh I got jipped at the shop today"

    didn't realize it was accidental racism. oops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I thought it was spelled jipped. that's what I say "argh I got jipped at the shop today"

    didn't realize it was accidental racism. oops.
    Me either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I thought it was spelled jipped. that's what I say "argh I got jipped at the shop today"

    didn't realize it was accidental racism. oops.
    "Jipped" is a uk term which doesn't mean ripped off. Means antagonise. So it's not casual racism used that way.

    Gypped is to be ripped off and is derived from gypsy.

    Learn something every day.


 

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