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7 Responses

  1. Jack Dees says:

    Spot on, nicely said.

  2. Val says:

    If a Supt is that easily bullied, he’s in the wrong job. Has that person ever actually been out on the street dealing with the public? If he thinks one single use of the word “”bloody” is swearing he has led a sheltered life.

  3. Denzil la Fromager says:

    The DE Supt needs to know the origin of bloody…

    Origin. Mid 17th century: from bloody. The use of bloody to add emphasis to an expression is of uncertain origin, but is thought to have a connection with the ‘bloods’ (aristocratic rowdies) of the late 17th and early 18th centuries; hence the phrase bloody drunk (= as drunk as a blood) meant ‘very drunk indeed’.

    Hardly a ‘swear’ word

  4. Kev says:

    Christ if that DE Supt ever met my old DI he would have shit himself 😂

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