On 16/8/13, Steve Cottrell, discombobulated, unleashed:

>We tend to use it to mean the boss. "Es the gaffer around mate?"

Should read "Is the gaffer around mate?"

Lest anyone think that we lapse into occasional bouts of Spanish inflection.

Eez de gafferrr round mate? We want to keeeel him! (raucous laughter
from gun toting amigos)

I need more drink



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