When the words 'Hi Miss' should not be uttered

17th March 2006 at 00:00
Cyclamen: Waiting to be measured for a new bra, the curtain is opened and in sidles the assistant... the words 'Hi Miss' initiate a rapid dressing action and brisk walk from the shop.

MistyRain: Browsing condoms with other half in Tesco.

Misnomer: Colleague taken to ward with new-born baby. She woke next morning to find a Year 11 girl in the next bed. And yes the girl did say "Good morning Miss".

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