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” would begin to speak breathlessly about a “huge problem” they had.
Our London-born supervisor referred derisively to these fellows as “wankers” and taught us ways to extricate ourselves from, ahem, conversations with them.
Not only can it be addictive, it’s often free—in a financial sense.