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From: Denis Rogers< >
Subject: Re: Glasgow patois
Date: Sat, 7 Feb 1998 18:50:05 -0800
>>Later, Mooning became prominent in the 60's and 70's whereas young men
>>and/or women (I dare not call them ladies) would turn their back, pull
>>down their pants and show their behind (buttocks. It is the more vulgar
>>way of what used to be thumbing your nose at someone, some situation, or
>>to society that is used by the younger folks of these times.
>>Connie Backers, No. Calif.
>>Not only is it more vulgar than thumbing one's nose at someone, but also I
suspect more dangerous,-- especially while driving a car. :-) Denis.
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