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Has a crime been commited?

Discussion in 'SMB' started by cornish mackem, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. There was several cases of criminal defending on Saturday afternoon.
     
  2. SAFC_Jack

    SAFC_Jack Striker

    A retailer can refuse any money should they see fit iirc.
     
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  3. HABA87

    HABA87 Winger

    Can she play centre half?
     
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  4. Technically they can refuse, morally they are thick as fuck
     
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  5. Leon Solent

    Leon Solent Midfield

    Scottish banknotes are not legal tender, even in Scotland.
     
  6. CatRyan

    CatRyan Striker

    Bet they were some doughnuts... can't beat a custard doughnut though at a £ a bag
     
  7. Thurston

    Thurston Winger

    There’s so much wrong with this. Comes to something when a business is in a position to turn down £9 for two doughnuts. On another note, I wonder how much the staff get paid per hour...
     
  8. bobpc30

    bobpc30 Winger

    A fucking pittance.
     
  9. Tuono

    Tuono Goalkeeper

    Doughnuts! You are what you eat.
     
  10. not as thick as me for posting on wrong forum

    Haway mods, sort this pillock out
     
  11. It's funny how much some people get wound up about this but try to give your average Scottish punter a Northern Irish note and they look at you as is you have 4 heads.
     
  12. Harry Angstrom

    Harry Angstrom Striker

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  13. Jap Stammer

    Jap Stammer Central Defender

    Northern Irish Sterling is weird though - Looks more like Monopoly money than real banknotes.
     
  14. AndyGray1985

    AndyGray1985 Winger

    In which case this TV presenter must have eaten a sour bitch at some point

    [​IMG]
     
  15. yyy

    yyy Striker

    I've heard of people being hesitant to accept Scottish notes. It's up to the retailer.

    If Judy Murray had Scottish currency she couldn't use, the easiest would have been to nip into a bank to replace with an English equivalent.

    Otherwise, the logical and possibly first move would have been to use a contactless payment.

    WAD
     
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  16. nelford_safc

    nelford_safc Striker

    Did they wash the doughnuts down with a £18.50 pint?
     
  17. Scotsmackem

    Scotsmackem Striker

    I love working in England with Scottish lads when their money gets rejected. Almost guaranteed a huge over reaction
     
  18. Harry Angstrom

    Harry Angstrom Striker

    My question to any bar person when getting Scottish notes in change is What am I supposed to do with this?

    Always gets them chuckling away.
     
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  19. The Scottish banknote is the perfect example of Scotland's national identity. Their "currency" serves no practical purpose except a token sense of separateness and frequent opportunity to reload their sense of grievance at the English
     

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