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Why does everyone shout?

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    Posted by BanquetBangersBaroness (U15332198) on Monday, 10th September 2012

    The noise levels of AmEx are it's abiding trademark, and that's a fact.

    There was Kate, Lucas and Pheobe practically breaking the sound barrier when the affair with Johann surfaced and this bunch of Kiwi pirates who seem wholly unable to communicate - for the most part - without holding a competition to see who can deafen who first............

    Bring on Michael Winner, I say. Calm down dears!

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    Posted by farvenoel (U14269531) on Sunday, 2nd December 2012

    The noise levels of AmEx are it's abiding trademark, and that's a fact.

    There was Kate, Lucas and Pheobe practically breaking the sound barrier when the affair with Johann surfaced and this bunch of Kiwi pirates who seem wholly unable to communicate - for the most part - without holding a competition to see who can deafen who first............

    Bring on Michael Winner, I say. Calm down dears! 
    They are copying all the TV soaps, Coronation East Enders etc ad nauseum, they all communicate by shouting at one another and you can hear it repeated in Tescos, Asda, Lidl etc where mother and children yell between themselves.
    Doesn't happen in Waitrose or Marks Spencer, so come to your own conclusions. As Peter Sellers said, "Up the Ruling Classes".

    I am bound to be modulated again for my 1950s attitude.

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