he lives near the UERN

…but why should we care? Clumsy language from the Public Transport Authority. I was grateful to learn of impending track work near Casa Cohen (although the light-sleeping Krazy Kym will be fretful) and appreciated the promise to make as little noise as possible. But then track infrastructure maintenance manager Bill Buckless says: “As someone who lives near the Urban Electrified Rail Network, I hope you continue to enjoy the benefits of travelling on our fast and reliable service.”

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10 Responses to he lives near the UERN

  1. mancey says:

    You could insert anything at the start of that sentence.
    As #someone who enjoys being rogered silly by hairy men#, I hope you continue to enjoy the benefits of travelling on our fast and reliable service

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  2. Gertrude Strine says:

    Gimlet-eyed, his love of prising humour from dangling modifiers continued unabated.

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  3. Jack says:

    Clearly he was promoted due to the the appropriateness of his name for ensuring the track has less buckles, rather than his letter writing.

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  4. The Legend 101 says:

    Now we know what is doing in his spare time, letter writing!

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