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Quoting: Gerard Grout
Dave, I have noticed the same thing myself.
Is it because the confined living spaces endured for days/weeks/months at a time forced us to be tolerant and understanding of others idiosyncrasies and irritations and we carried these traits into civvy life?
Serious arguments onboard were rare and would usually disappear after a few cans (Iím just a lad who missed out on the tot †), when the participants forgot what they were arguing about.
Anybody got a better theory?
Last edited by Gerard Grout
It’s coz we is plite an’ well brung up, Gerard, an’ I’ll thump anyone oo sez diffrent!
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