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To be honest.‘I don't know how I feel about this, TBH’
- ‘I'm not entirely sure what he was saying here myself, tbh - the conquest-v-colonialism argument was always pretty silly and hairsplitting.’
- ‘Sadly Steph wasn't there, having just had a baby (Honey Belle Arlene; what a cool name) and tbh I was disappointed, they were good without her but nothing special.’
- ‘The bar was sooo expensive though, a complete rip off tbh.’
- ‘TBH, the films are pretty standard sci fi fare, with good visuals.’
- ‘TBH, I have little idea how the US public are reacting to this.’
- ‘Though all our potential PM's will look like they just jumped out of school shorts, which is a bit pathetic tbh’
- ‘I rarely drink TBH.’
- ‘Tbh, I was kind of shocked.’
- ‘I am not keen on that approach, tbh.’
- ‘Went out again on Sunday night which wasnt as good tbh.’
- ‘I don't think i could ask for a better brother or best mate tbh.’
- ‘The carnival itself was helped along nicely by the glorious sunshine; tbh I saw so many old friends and felt so mellow I only paid scant regard to what was happening on stage.’
- ‘I googled for stuff to do in Cardiff and there isn't a huge amount TBH.’
- ‘I usually tip, and tbh I would tend to tip on the over generous side!’
- ‘TBH, there wasn't much of a story there this week.’
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