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(Telegraph)   If a captain who was held hostage by pirates agrees to give a speech about his ordeal to employees at your company, having workers dress up as pirates probably isn't the best way to greet him   (telegraph.co.uk) divider line 3
    More: Fail, fancy dress, Asda, held hostage, somali pirate, Cornwall County Constabulary, President of South Africa, Jimmy Savile, Tesco  
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2013-09-27 12:59:52 PM
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If the Brits call masquerades or costume parties "fancy dress parties", then what do they call parties where you're expected to dress fancy (tux, suit, dress, tie, jacket, etc.)?

At least they aren't calling it "cosplay" -- The single dumbest word in the world, right before "twerking".
2013-09-27 08:51:47 AM
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PC LOAD LETTER: I think this is a repeat, can't find the link


The headline makes it sound like just the pirate story, but the actual article is a retrospective on "ill-judged costume disasters", like Prince Harry dressing as a Nazi and others
2013-09-27 07:16:09 AM
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Seems funny to me.
 
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