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Tuesday 20 January 2004 5.07pm
What's the difference between a girl and a grrrl? I kinda like the sound of the latter...

You see - my bad-ass lexicon is mo-fo letting me down. Did I say that right?
Tuesday 20 January 2004 5.11pm
James, wasn't it a latte rather than 'latter'?

get yer lingo right!
Tuesday 20 January 2004 5.30pm
I think maybe he means "bad" in a sort of Micheal Jackson kind of way (now that WOULD be something I'd cross the street to avoid!)



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Tuesday 20 January 2004 5.59pm
SoBo feature in our business news section
Tuesday 20 January 2004 8.04pm
ok so I'm busted. Although I'm not directly involved with SoBo, I do work for the owner on the Design side of his business. I've passed on all 43 of your comments to him, and he promises to respond ...when he's learnt how to use a computer.
Wednesday 21 January 2004 8.40am
anyone go to the opening last night?



bart
Wednesday 21 January 2004 8.47am
Well done to josh for coming clean!
Wednesday 21 January 2004 9.29am
...and I gotta ask, being that there's been so much ribbing over it in these posts - is 'bad-ass' an official design term? Is 'bad-ass' the new 'minimalist'?

Well done to James for spotting a faker!
Wednesday 21 January 2004 9.29am

Popped in last night on the way home and had a very nice coffee indeed. The girl serving me was very pleasant as was the chap who I was chatting to (the owner I presume). They've also got a little garden area and the guy said that he was planning to stay open till about 8pm in the summer.
Good luck to them I say.

Cha'mone Muthafu***r
Wednesday 21 January 2004 9.50am
No, Bad-Ass is the new black, as they say.
- A bad bottomed Motherlover from:
Phew, Wouldn't Want To Walk Around Here On My Own At Night Avenue,
West Greenwich,
Funky Town.
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