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“Nudist beaches are very good places for maintaining eye contact.”
IFG’s Donna Bradshaw

“You, too, would be on the floor cross-legged after six pints of Mansfield Bitter. Scratchings, anyone?”
Mansfield Building Society’s Pete Doherty

I am absolutely ravishing.”
Skandia PR Alex Jones struggles to find the right word to communicate that he is hungry.

“Er, we seem to have lost our pensions guy.”

Jones again, realising that Skandia was one man down on arrival at Southampton from Cowes.

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