Retro: ‘Please can you tek us in with you, mester?’
0 Have your say Children of today are warned not to speak to strangers at all times and likewise adults are wary of speaking to children that they don’t know in case they are accused of being a pervert.
How times have changed. Who can remember going to the cinema in the 1950s, and because the film classification was an A which meant that children had to be accompanied by an adult, going up to someone and saying ‘Can you tek us in with you, mester?’
Their world was black and white. Good guys against the bad guys. No shade of grey The child would give the adult a tanner for their ticket, the... read more
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