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  • You know you're deaf when… part 2

    8:43pm on 13 May 2010

    You know you are deaf when you find yourself on the wrong train hurtling off non stop in the wrong direction because your train was shifted to a different platform from the one displayed on the departure board and the
    tannoy is like a foreign language.
    Do not attempt a train journey if you are deaf do not think about it, just stay home where you belong.

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