'We're a community, right?' insisted local community activist Chloe Fulster. "There's no neighbourhoods round here, although other communities might have 'em".
Man ostracised for describing local community as 'the neighbourhood'
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I know some people complain about slow broadband but....it's been months?
Is it fixed now?
You could expand this theory. It has legs.
You never hear anybody say...'there goes the community'
Neighbourhood sounds gritty and cool.
Community sounds like the sort of place that just had their library closed down.
I got busy! Also, I'm working in an office that blocks anything remotely funny or interesting. They block Newsbiscuit, too.
So I can rarely share anything with you guys in the satire community.
So it's an office block then?
Wierdly, 'community' is one of the most divisive words in the dictionary. Rarely used other than in phrases such as "The muslim community" , "The gay community" etc.
Wot Gerontius says. 'Neighbourhood' has a watch. Probably because they nicked it from the Community.
I like this idea, I think it's worth expanding...not least to support SW London communities.
Heard a news report once that mentioned the 'angling community.' I hope their community centre is cosy - they'll need it after standing in a river in thigh-length waders for three hours.
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