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Not a bad design - can't be doing with this new 'all leeds aren't we' nonsense though. sounds really aggressive and arrogant to me. what's wrong with a good old fashioned 'we are leeds'?
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Me too Anna, all sounds very neanderthal.
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I like it. Saw this on the LUA FB page too. If I had some extra cash, I'd get this.
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LUFCRACE wrote:Not a bad design - can't be doing with this new 'all leeds aren't we' nonsense though. sounds really aggressive and arrogant to me. what's wrong with a good old fashioned 'we are leeds'?
I can't help wondering which came first - 'All Leeds Aren't We', or 'We're All Wednesday Aren't We' (I live, and work, in Sheffield).
I suspect the latter, I certainly saw this on cars well before ALAW reared its head.
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