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Latest News 9th dec 2010

At my local village hall the other day, a little girl won a box of chocolates in a raffle. Courteously, she passed them round, but I declined, telling her in a jokey tone: ‘I won’t thanks — I don’t want to get fat!’ Although my response was light-hearted, from the reaction of the child’s mother you’d have thought I’d been at best impolite and at worst indecent. ‘How dare you put pressure on my daughter by suggesting she’ll get fat if she eats chocolate!’ the woman raged.….

 

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