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Bad Language in Pubs
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2004, 08:12:50 PM »
Yes I agree with 'Come on'

You have to tell us where this happened. Its not hearsay if you were there and heard it.

I occasionally take my wife and daughter to the pub and would most certainly not wish to hear bad language.

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Bad Language in Pubs
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2004, 05:32:59 PM »
You can't say all that without spilling the beans on which pub your talking about - come on which one?  '<img'>

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Bad Language in Pubs
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2004, 12:59:24 PM »
I was in a Marple pub the other day, and was forced to listen to a tirade of filthy bad language, by a man of senior years. In the lounge were several respectable looking ladies and gentlemen together with female bar staff.

This senior citizen, broad in stature and thin on top used every conceivable expletive deletive that one could, or perhaps could not imagine.

He has no regard whatsoever for the closeness of other people around him, even the two male companions he was talking to.

Now don't get me wrong, I am not a prude and my experience in life has taught me sufficient about human nature, not to be shocked, bit I still get annoyed and so do other people.

I readily accept that outburst of excited language on the spur of the moment, particularly in the vault do occur, but generally speaking most of the men (and women) who do this, do not do so with intent to offend others.

The problem is if one remonstrates with these types one is likely to get involved in an unpleasant altercation. If the Landlord or Lady is not prepared to check this behavior then eventually the more respectable clientèle will cease using the establishment and  all that will be left will be an iniquitous den.


How can one not be surprised at the level of bad behavior of the minority of our youth in the town, if this example of behavior by older men is to be tolerated.

The pub is as good as the Landlord or Landlady wants it to be, don't take my word for it, go and see and listen for yourself

I for one now use the Railway at Rose Hill, the high standards of which will be obviously apparent on entering, that is now where I entertain my clients, my wife and my Friends.

Is this a common occurrence, is it now acceptable, or is it just me that got it wrong