So high that I could almost see eternity
I'm happy for the Dairy to be child friendly. If the Noble followed suite and I was suddenly deprived of a decent adult friendly pub I'd be disappointed. I think it's reasonable to not want children around in a boozer in your downtime. Which is different from whether you prefer sports in a pub or not. It's all about options, ideally I'd have it as:
Probably not far from how it is now though I realise they're all a little bit from each column. In reality I've not been troubled by kids in our pubs and I'm pretty short on tolerance of it.
They are a normal part of life, so let's have more of them in prisons and strip joints and in the fire service and working rigs.
Surely there's still one or two parents out there that appreciate the idea of a pub being child free? It may be self-regarding to want a quiet pint without children but its not pompous.
I can certainly understand bar workers getting vexed at parents letting their two year old's fuck around with the decorations they've put up for the festivities.
@krs - Generalise much?
That'll be a no then.
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