Gym kit let­ter was aimed at those who don’t know bet­ter, says writer

7 Days in Dubai - - CULTURE -

Mr Rick­etts, my let­ter was in re­sponse to peo­ple who thought that it was ac­cept­able to wear sweaty gym kit at a brunch. As you state, you “know how to act”, so this clearly doesn’t ap­ply to you. I’m sorry that you had to “en­dure” my let­ter, I had to en­dure your ap­palling spell­ing. A lit­tle tip for you, job­sworth is one word (I should know I’m the self­ap­pointed peo­ple’s one) and breathe has an e, oth­er­wise it’s breath. I sug­gest you take a deep one. Apostrophiser Dubai none of them flashed as he was surely 40kph above the al­lowed/al­loted speed limit in that area (80kph road and he was do­ing ex­cess of 120kph). A safe driver Dubai

The most ex­pen­sive cars on the road won’t re­spect the rules be­cause of ar­ro­gance, and the cheap­est cars on the road won’t re­spect the rules be­cause of the driver’s lack of ed­u­ca­tion. Most trucks won’t fol­low the rules be­cause of old habits at home, fam­ily cars are try­ing to make it home ASAP, and taxi­cabs are re­warded to be ag­gres­sive and op­por­tunis­tic. Ev­ery­body else in be­tween just tries to make it out alive! Miguel UAE

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