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45 minutes ago, Spider said:

Flaxen haired Anglo Saxon.

Pure blood.

I thought the predominant anglo saxon hair was light brown or possibly blonde. Hence why in England brown hair is the norm.

Ginger is celt, Welsh, Scottish, Cornish or Irish.

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Left them to Hammond 😅

Not sure. Was deffo cream pie for dessert though. Dirty bitch. 

if there is a young lass in there on her own you need to report it'  sort it out , the rest of us wont forget if it goes tits up DO IT NOW

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11 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

I thought the predominant anglo saxon hair was light brown or possibly blonde. Hence why in England brown hair is the norm.

Ginger is celt, Welsh, Scottish, Cornish or Irish.

Blonde. Anglo Saxon blonde.

you mudblood horror

 

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15 hours ago, Mr Grey said:

The thing is, there is nothing to report, what do I say ?

I dont know the circumstances, there isn't any noise coming through the walls, its just a strange situation with some chavvy neighbours, i would need more proof and at the moment there is probably a reasonable explanation.... I hope so anyway.

15 hours ago, Mr Grey said:

I get it, but I'm not gonna report anything that doesn't have any credence, I wouldn't want it happen to me because some neighbour thought I was a nut job...

However they would be right 🤪

I’m fairly sure that there are folk in social services whose job is to decide whether or not there is any danger to life in situations like this. I’m also fairly sure that it isn’t for their neighbour to decide it needed more proof. 
If the proof turns out to be a child losing her life the whole country will hold the neighbour who refused to alert anyone to his suspicion responsible.

Just saying, like.

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9 minutes ago, MickyD said:

 

I’m fairly sure that there are folk in social services whose job is to decide whether or not there is any danger to life in situations like this. I’m also fairly sure that it isn’t for their neighbour to decide it needed more proof. 
If the proof turns out to be a child losing her life the whole country will hold the neighbour who refused to alert anyone to his suspicion responsible.

Just saying, like.

If I thought the child life was in danger I'd report it, i dont respond to guilt tripping.

There isn't enough evidence to suggest that she is in danger, they are just odd and weird, hence the name of this thread, which in my book isn't enough to go and infringe on someone else's life.

 

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Just now, fatty said:

Used to be a right odd ball living diagonally across the road where i used to live a few years ago !

Id like to think you mean the bloke who stashed bodies in his garage

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5 minutes ago, Casino said:

Id like to think you mean the bloke who stashed bodies in his garage

Tongue in cheek about his neighbor but did he really ???

 

wouldn’t put it past him !

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43 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

If I thought the child life was in danger I'd report it, i dont respond to guilt tripping.

There isn't enough evidence to suggest that she is in danger, they are just odd and weird, hence the name of this thread, which in my book isn't enough to go and infringe on someone else's life.

 

I’m not trying to guilt trip you. I’m actually not sure why you raised the subject if it wasn’t for a Wanderersways hive-mind, “What would you do?”

Having read through the thread I’d say the ones offering most opinion are saying you ought to let someone else decide. A teenage girl not going to school, not leaving the house, not interacting with similar aged kids would raise a few questions to me too. I’d let someone know who knows how to deal with such incidences.

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