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Why Holidays In The Uk Called Staycations?

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dave50 | 12:40 Sat 17th Apr 2021 | Travel
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It is still a holiday even if it's a holiday taken in the UK. Don't have to get on a plane to have a great holiday. Horrible made up word.

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And in the Young Ones version of UC the teams are actually one above the other. For years I thought that was how it was ...
When I was a kid a lot of my mates holidayed at Ourgate. :D
^ me too, always thought I'd like to sit on the upstairs row were I a contestant :-)
I didnt go abroad until I was in my late twenties, but I'd had a holiday every year of my childhood.

My Dad only had two weeks holiday a year and thats when we went away. Imagine his response to it being called Annual Leave!
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Come on TTT, out with it :-)
out with what? I realise that we are doing charity work here.
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It's for poor people, to make them feel as though they've been away?
All the clever people have emigrated.
so BM all the clever people have emigrated? Every single one? right oh! You lost get over it.
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