Chewin' the fat

18th February 2000 at 00:00
First teacher: "I was thinking about responding to the 5-14 environmental studies consultation document. I cannae think of a blethery way to say it was mince the first time rund and it's still mince now."

Second teacher: "That's a wee bit negative right enough. Could you no say it was fatty mince afore and it's leaner mince noo?"

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