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It's Behind You - Thursday

‘You’ve got a ghost house to look at.’ Says trainee F triumphantly, as I walk through the door. ‘Is it going to disappear as soon as I turn up?’ I ask him sarcastically. F looks hurt, but sticks and stones will break his bones and words won’t - or he’d be in intensive care by now. I don’t need to visit and market another home with a supposedly interesting angle that I can’t quantify to a belligerent Trading Standards officer, or some prissy pen-pusher still living at home with their parents, who works in a bubble at the Advertising Standards’ Agency.
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