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"it's Quality Mate."

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It's creeping in, this use of the word "quality" to mean good. I'm sure I heard a Conservative use it on the Today program the other morning, God forbid.

Something may be of poor quality or of good quality, but saying that it's just "quality" means nothing.

I'd be grateful if everyone would simply agree with me and we can all move on.

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It's creeping in, this use of the word "quality" to mean good. I'm sure I heard a Conservative use it on the Today program the other morning, God forbid.

Something may be of poor quality or of good quality, but saying that it's just "quality" means nothing.

I'd be grateful if everyone would simply agree with me and we can all move on.

Been used in Sunny Jockland for years, if not decades.

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Been used in Sunny Jockland for years, if not decades.

I've no problem with that, this only concerns English speaking people.

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The ultimate ned catchphrase: "Thats pure quality by ra way!"

Surprised to hear a Tory toff used the word in a similar context.

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It's creeping in, this use of the word "quality" to mean good. I'm sure I heard a Conservative use it on the Today program the other morning, God forbid.

I thought it was a London thing. I can imagine Arthur Daley or someone saying that.

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The ultimate ned catchphrase: "Thats pure quality by ra way!"

Surprised to hear a Tory toff used the word in a similar context.

That's just my point. I'd expect to hear it used on a building site, but not amongst the supposed elite.

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It's creeping in, this use of the word "quality" to mean good. I'm sure I heard a Conservative use it on the Today program the other morning, God forbid.

Something may be of poor quality or of good quality, but saying that it's just "quality" means nothing.

I'd be grateful if everyone would simply agree with me and we can all move on.

+1. Next...

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Guilty as charged!!

Used all the time in London. It`s not offensive. It is the same as saying "It`s sound"

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Guilty as charged!!

Used all the time in London. It`s not offensive. It is the same as saying "It`s sound"

:P

Like I say, nothing wrong with you hod carriers saying it, but surely the educated middle classes can do better?

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Like I say, nothing wrong with you hod carriers saying it, but surely the educated middle classes can do better?

Shut up love and get your t.its out .. Oi Oi Savaloy !!

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Shut up love and get your t.its out .. Oi Oi Savaloy !!

'ave a banana!

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Ooh Ahh Ooh Aah can you take a cucumber.

I love the old fashioned London accent, but this new Ja-fake-an is bloody awful, don't you know...what, what?

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I love the old fashioned London accent, but this new Ja-fake-an is bloody awful, don't you know...what, what?

Air Hair Lair

I was bought up in 70`s 80`s SW London. Differing accents across London town. We hated being called cockneys. Sound nuffink like em.

I agree the new broad lazy slang throughout London and the home counties is appaling.

Quality thread geezer.

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Init!

(Nutter!)

Someone told me people are distancing themselves by saying 'enit' now. Sounds a bit posher?

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Someone told me people are distancing themselves by saying 'enit' now. Sounds a bit posher?

Maybe in Devon & Cornwall :)

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Then you are a management / team building consultant!

You really couldn't be further from the truth. I haven't started using words like optionality, now have I?

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Quality thread geezer.

Ta.

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.

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