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The government responded to the new findings by introducing the Children and Young Persons (Harmful Publications) Act 2010 which specifically banned the sale of religious texts and comics portraying “incidents of a repulsive, degrading, demeaning or horrible nature” to minors.
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What a horrendous trend. For one thing, they just look horrible. Secondly, if they are actually used as pyjamas then it's even more disgusting.
There was a trend for this recently among "millies" in Belfast, Northern Ireland. There was a huge public backlash against them.
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I was in Valencia a couple of weeks ago and got to see some of these sculptures being built. I was also present for the fireworks which went off at 2pm. They just kept getting louder and louder to the point where you could feel them thumping in your chest. It was absolutely spectacular. Not so much visually, but the atmosphere, the sound, the crowd. Magnificent.

Wish I could have stayed to witness the end of the festival.
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@JamesNoProm - It's an idea that's rapidly gaining popularity thanks to the amount of focus "OMG! THE PROM!"
gets in American media exported to other countries. i've seen a huge rise in popularity of it in UK & Ireland. It's still called "the Debs" in Ireland (short for débutante, I think) but it was never a huge deal. Nowadays, kids are hiring limos and expensive dresses to go.
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