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Terry S.

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Odd. I couldn't see it at all.
 

Etaoin Shrdlu

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Even with the vowels, the word looks a tad tricky for non-Welsh speakers. The consonants aren't English, and my voiceless L is shaky.
 

Imperfacundus

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Etaoin Shrdlu

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There's a fairly blatant English mistake in the article, for fans of that sort of thing.

What I want to know is how it made the news. Did the lunchbox owner think, 'I've got a scoop for the local paper,' and get in touch with their news desk? Or did the writer of the article have a friend who mentioned this in the course of a conversation, and thought that it would fill up the website on a really slow news day?
 
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Pacifica

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Pacifica

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Noooooooooooooooo.
 

Terry S.

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I wonder how they were collected in the first place.
 

Pacifica

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Terry S.

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I haven't heard of the previous case, but this one is black and white. He is guilty of sacrilege. Sounds like he has lost his faith and created a comfortable niche for himself in the Church. He's not alone.
 

Terry S.

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Was it his own? I didn't read the article.
 

rothbard

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Yes, looks like it:
Sadiq Khan’s deputy was caught picking his earwax with his glasses before eating it during a live public meeting.

Labour’s Jules Pipe CBE dug into his ear using the arm of his glasses before sniffing the gunk, and then having a taste leaving viewers shocked.
 

Terry S.

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Well, that's not too bad.
 
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