Labour Day deferred

This topic contains 7 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  kolofarthos 4 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #158427

    The Grocer
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    Normally 1st May is public holiday…..this year this is not the case and the holiday is deferred to 7th May….I guess most shops etc. will close then etc etc…..

    see http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/04/08/labor-day-to-be-celebrated-on-may-7/

  • #193184

    the reiver
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    Being pedantic I know, but “deferred” is the word you meant. Either way it’s a long weekend for the Greeks. What a surprise !

    8)

  • #193185

    The Grocer
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    @the reiver wrote:

    Being pedantic I know, but “deferred” is the word you meant. Either way it’s a long weekend for the Greeks. What a surprise !

    8)

    Your right !

  • #193186

    KP
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    Aristotelic

    @The Grocer wrote:

    Your right !

    As we’re on a pedantic roll…. what is on reiver’s right? Or did you mean, ‘you’re right’, rather than ‘your right’? :mrgreen:

  • #193187

    Ian
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    Homeric

    @KP wrote:

    @The Grocer wrote:
    Your right !

    As we’re on a pedantic roll…. what is on reiver’s right? Or did you mean, ‘you’re right’, rather than ‘your right’? :mrgreen:

    I figured he was refering to Reiver’s right to be a pedantic pr*ck? 😕

    He was! Wasn’t he… 😕 😕 😕

    Anyway, I see you have equal rights.. :nod: :p

    :mrgreen:

  • #193188

    The Grocer
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    @KP wrote:

    @The Grocer wrote:
    Your right !

    As we’re on a pedantic roll…. what is on reiver’s right? Or did you mean, ‘you’re right’, rather than ‘your right’? :mrgreen:

    Yes…I’m having a BAD day………

  • #193189

    Wanderer
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    Neophyte

    And those having protest strikes are not “Labouring” anyway.

  • #193190

    kolofarthos
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    Homeric

    “Labouring”

    …..except under a misapprehension?

    reb_popo

    Or did you mean, ‘you’re right’, rather than ‘your right’?

    . Look KP, let’s get it right. pay attention there!

    Or did you mean,you’re right, rather than your right?

    would be more correct (or indeed right)and please do not start your sentence with a conjunction with or without a capital letter! reb_bravo
    You have not quite been left at the start, KP, your central point was established so 7/10 for effort but could do better! [ mmm, thought that last bit seemed familiar; I seem to have seen that on one of my school reports sometime back! 😆 ]

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