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Re: Grow up
I'm not sure where the saying comes from, but our British friends use that term
all the time. It means the same as "pulling your leg."
> Hi Cullodenrunner
> Well said.
> Is there a story behind the expression 'taking the Mickey out of people' ?.
> Where is it used?. It is a new one on me.
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> Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2000 9:35 PM
> Subject: Grow up
> > Hi Folks,
> > I ve been watching the comments with a large amount of interest, about
> > email DRMFSOB and allot of people have commented but lately things have
> > getting out of hand and I think it's time to move on. Having a joke about
> > something is fine but openly taking the Mickey out of people is something
> > quite different. I am sure that the person who put it there had reasons,
> > but I am sure they didn't put it on so people can be rude about them.
> > Yours aye
> > Cullodenrunner
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