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Post: #21
25-11-2015 05:29 PM

I once went to a restaurant where Janet Street Porter was 'eating'. I say 'eating', but it was more like she was on stage at a once woman show expecting the whole restaurant (the Chop House in Clerkenwell) to clap with her every remark.

I've never heard anyone make so much noise in my life. She essentially shouted her was through the whole meal like she was in love with the found of her own irritating voice.

I'd rather people ban her than kids!

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Post: #22
30-11-2015 01:27 AM

Are you for real?

Kids are kids at the end of the day and even the most well behaved kids may have an off day, just like any adult that may do too.

Calling kids horrors is actually quite disgusting I think and maybe you should think twice before calling innocent kids this that can't speak up for themselves on this forum.

I find it laughable that your OP pic has a kid in a buggy in the "No kids allowed Cafe" so it's not really is it.

From experience adults and kids are very similar and none are more misbehaved than the other. I find all fun and easy to get on with.

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Post: #23
30-11-2015 11:10 AM

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Post: #24
30-11-2015 12:33 PM

What SE23 needs is a branch of the Bullingdon Club.
No women or children. Everyone acts like proper gentlemen.
And hardly anyone gets debagged who wasn't really asking for it.

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Post: #25
30-11-2015 05:09 PM

Cheers for the advice but I'm more than happy with the company I keep thanks.

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