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Come home to a real fire

BMJ 1994; 309 doi: (Published 13 August 1994) Cite this as: BMJ 1994;309:480
  1. D Cameron

    Conversation overheard:

    “Anyway the referral letter to the casualty SHO was in Welsh. So the casualty officer, who was Indian, wrote back in Urdu. Ho, ho. Serve the GP right.“

    “Clever dick. Probably a cottage burner on his nights off. Come home to a real fire, eh? Bet he dresses up as a druid and prances about with a trumpet at the Eisteddfod.“

    “And all that money they spend putting up the signs around the hospital in Welsh as well - people get even …

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