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Where has this "not so much" expression come from? Everyone seems to be using it at the moment. I ask a friend "would you like a beer" and he replied "not so much". Not so much what? WTF are you taking about? At work I ask the boss "any chance of a salary increase this year". Reply "Not so much". Jeez.

I guess it beats myself. I've even heard Prince William using that recently. "Myself and Kate are gonna spend some time to thing of a name for da baby"

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Where has this "not so much" expression come from? Everyone seems to be using it at the moment. I ask a friend "would you like a beer" and he replied "not so much". Not so much what? WTF are you taking about? At work I ask the boss "any chance of a salary increase this year". Reply "Not so much". Jeez.

I guess it beats myself. I've even heard Prince William using that recently. "Myself and Kate are gonna spend some time to thing of a name for da baby"

Chillax dude.

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Where has this "not so much" expression come from? Everyone seems to be using it at the moment. I ask a friend "would you like a beer" and he replied "not so much". Not so much what? WTF are you taking about? At work I ask the boss "any chance of a salary increase this year". Reply "Not so much". Jeez.

I guess it beats myself. I've even heard Prince William using that recently. "Myself and Kate are gonna spend some time to thing of a name for da baby"

Testify bro'

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I guess it beats myself. I've even heard Prince William using that recently. "Myself and Kate are gonna spend some time to thing of a name for da baby"

baby? Has someone had a baby?

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  • 239 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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