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Annewiggy
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16 of 21  Thu 17th Sep 2020 10:55am  
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I still think of a scooter as something you had when you were a child, probably for a birthday or Christmas that was soon grown out of. I can't help wondering what my brothers' reactions would have been if my mum had told them as teenagers that they couldn't have a bike, you can ride your scooter. The flack they would have taken from their friends. Now you see these older boys riding round on them. I also can't stop thinking when I see a hoodie as a "Pixie hood!"
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NeilsYard
Coventry
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17 of 21  Thu 17th Sep 2020 11:53am  
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I knew this might be heading for trouble when I dropped my eldest outside The Spon Gate pub in town the other night and there was a row of them sat outside the pub!
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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18 of 21  Thu 17th Sep 2020 1:35pm  
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What was the old road safety adage? 'Keep death off the roads'. Some of those idiots are asking for it. Roll eyes
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Gumnut
Moruya NSW Australia
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19 of 21  Fri 18th Sep 2020 1:25am  
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I can envisage two abreast, travelling at 15mph, friends having a chat, holding up traffic behind and infuriatingly not caring in the least!
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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20 of 21  Fri 18th Sep 2020 4:32am  
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I guess 'burnouts' and 'wheelies' are out of the question. That will let Helen off the hook! Lol Lol Lol Lol
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PeterB
Mount Nod
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21 of 21  Fri 18th Sep 2020 10:48pm  
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E-scooter firm Voi blamed a suspended trial on the UK's 'antisocial behaviour issue' and said it will fit vehicles with identification plates. - Number plates to be fitted front & back. - Maximum speed reduced to 12.4 mph. - Limit of 5 mph in pedestrianised areas. It looks like they are coming back. Hopefully they will less attractive to the "idiots".
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