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Who did you consider posh growing up

Richardvanles

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In the 60’s and 70’s anyone that watched blue Peter and multi coloured swap shop instead of magpie and tiswas and anyone who used mayonnaise instead of salad cream.
Posh cunts!
 

buz_not_buzz

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I watched Blue Peter though I generally hated it but could never really get on with Magpie for reasons never understood... but I had no idea that mayonnaise even existed until I left home (though I have always intensely disliked salad cream too... well, salad really).
 

Richardvanles

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I watched Blue Peter though I generally hated it but could never really get on with Magpie for reasons never understood... but I had no idea that mayonnaise even existed until I left home (though I have always intensely disliked salad cream too... well, salad really).
Apparently it reached our shores in 1961.
 

bnet

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everyone who didn't live in a terraced or council house.

anyone who dint get free school dinners.

anyone who dint get their school clothes with a Mutual cheque from the smash.
 

SteveYork

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In the 60’s and 70’s anyone that watched blue Peter and multi coloured swap shop instead of magpie and tiswas and anyone who used mayonnaise instead of salad cream.
Posh cunts!
We actually weren't allowed to watch ITV for a long time (as it happened I liked BP anyway). But we had salad cream (which I hate) rather than mayo (which I now love).
 

SteveYork

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In the 60’s and 70’s anyone that watched blue Peter and multi coloured swap shop instead of magpie and tiswas and anyone who used mayonnaise instead of salad cream.
Posh cunts!
People who had new cars rather than secondhand. People who lived in detached houses especially if not part of an estate.
 
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