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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    Quote Originally Posted by SnoozeControl
    I disagree with that.

    Sorry.

    Edit: Damn it Val! You snuck in ahead of me, I was replying to Bez's thread.
    What do you disagree with Snooze ?
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    Sorry Bez, the first qualification of nice was "agreeable." I was attempting to be funny again.

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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    Quote Originally Posted by SnoozeControl
    Assertive, strong-minded, direct, candid, competent, independent, achieving, and boisterous aren't bad things. What's wrong with having those qualities AND being considered nice?
    Nothing in my mind..
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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    Quote Originally Posted by SnoozeControl
    Sorry Bez, the first qualification of nice was "agreeable." I was attempting to be funny again.
    Sorry...I was doing 3 things at once....see the connection now....
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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

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    Sorry...I was doing 3 things at once....see the connection now....
    Aw, you're just being nice.

    *slinks quietly out of the thread after delivering that stinker*

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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    Quote Originally Posted by SnoozeControl
    Aw, you're just being nice.

    *slinks quietly out of the thread after delivering that stinker*
    now i got that one snooze, that was funny

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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    I've only just seen this thread. It (as with so much else in life) has utterly confused me. I was told at school only to ever use nice if I meant finely distinguished. I was nine, since I remember it was Mr Whittle who ran that particular class. What's changed since then?
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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    Dunno.
    My parents always told me to be 'nice' but I never really got what that meant, apparently, because shortly after that command came a smack on the back of my head and , "I thought I told you to be NICE!"
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    Re: The definition of 'NICE'

    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    I've only just seen this thread. It (as with so much else in life) has utterly confused me. I was told at school only to ever use nice if I meant finely distinguished. I was nine, since I remember it was Mr Whittle who ran that particular class. What's changed since then?
    One presumes, therefore, that you went to school at least a hundred years ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    I've only just seen this thread. It (as with so much else in life) has utterly confused me. I was told at school only to ever use nice if I meant finely distinguished. I was nine, since I remember it was Mr Whittle who ran that particular class. What's changed since then?
    So, If i were to say "Nice ta ta's" You would immediately think " Finely distinguished ta ta's"?

    Oh I see, I think I get it..

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