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If I was to go down in history as a great 'British eccentric' I would consider this to be a bit of a result.
You already are, Jon.
How many British 'Greats' have been touched by the 'looney brush'?
Quite a few I think.
There are no eccentrics here - you gauge what is normal by the company you keep. Mind you, some of us may be more normal than others
Personally, I wouldn't mind being called eccentric. It's better than being concentric!
98% of the population would argue that anyone who goes outside in shorts and T-shirt when it is p1ss1ng down in October is a bit odd. But when you do that to run....whacko.
I'd consider it an insult to be called "normal".
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