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Stellavista 11-11-2016 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Selhurst Celtic (Post 13312048)
Is that a selfie?

Nope. I've got more hair than that, and don't do 'sensible' shirts and hush puppies. :p

Stellavista 11-11-2016 04:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Oddjob (Post 13312049)
Lets guess the kids names

Jemimah, Elsie, Flora and Tobias.

Olivia. There must be an Olivia. Or a Harry.

Funnily enough, this is the story of a middle class family who made poor investments/bad financial plans and ended up having to leave that house to move into the private rented sector, so essentially a poor choice of picture to go with my moan. However, they still look smug.....

Selhurst Celtic 11-11-2016 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 13312052)
Olivia. There must be an Olivia. Or a Harry.

The boy is either a Conrad or an Edward (but his parents call him 'Bear').

Jim Cannon 11-11-2016 05:00 PM

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Originally Posted by mroakley9 (Post 13312040)
I would've thought paying by card was quicker than paying by cash, no?

In English pubs not usually

Stellavista 11-11-2016 05:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Selhurst Celtic (Post 13312054)
The boy is either a Conrad or an Edward (but his parents call him 'Bear').

'And what I could never have known is how soul-destroying it is to raise children in a house that is not your own.'


And:

'In our defence, we weren’t spending the money on expensive designer clothes, luxurious holidays or flash cars. Much of it was going on school fees and upkeep of the house.'

Twats.

Stellavista 11-11-2016 05:08 PM

Limescale

Johnnieboy 11-11-2016 05:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 13312064)
Limescale

They should be priced individually, not by weight

Heb 7:4 11-11-2016 05:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 13312064)
Limescale

Is that the name of one of the boys, or the girls?

Stellavista 11-11-2016 05:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Heb 7:4 (Post 13312081)
Is that the name of one of the boys, or the girls?

:)

If I was going to have another one, I'd suggest Flavela.

Chocky 11-11-2016 06:01 PM

Trumpton now having a new mayor. No Mexicans or Muslims in the town in the first place so no walls needing to be built between there and Chigley. But that slag with the dogs is in for a pasting get back in the kitchen, ugly bitch walking about willy nilly.

TopKnot 11-11-2016 07:04 PM

Idiots in the office who think their phone call is too important to interrupt to show some respect to our war dead for a couple of minutes a year.

SeanPalace84 11-11-2016 07:09 PM

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Originally Posted by TopKnot (Post 13312182)
Idiots in the office who think their phone call is too important to interrupt to show some respect to our war dead for a couple of minutes a year.

******* wankers :veryangry

Some in our office think it's a good idea to read the Sun website whilst others are paying their respects.

Chocky 11-11-2016 07:17 PM

Yeah but they'd all get a job at FIFA.

Blind_Eagle 11-11-2016 09:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Tony Montana (Post 13311847)
Homes under the Hammer and the music. It really grips me for some reason

Presenter - this house has mouldy walls
Music - the most obscure song you've ever heard which mentions mould walls somewhere in it's lyrics.

Point of order, l actually watched that episode and knew the track they played. It was actually a clever play on words, the song actually had sod all to do with "mould walls". It made me laugh.

Perhaps it grips you because it's clever?

Or I'm talking utter bollocks but like the track played.

ceeby 11-11-2016 10:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Heb 7:4 (Post 13312081)
Is that the name of one of the boys, or the girls?


Flo, 13, Annie, 11, Monty, nine, and two-year-old Dolly :afro:

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...#ixzz4Pk2h2BVf
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

2012 according to DM

KYLIE MINEAGLE 11-11-2016 10:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Oddjob (Post 13312049)
Lets guess the kids names

Jemimah, Elsie, Flora and Tobias.

If that picture had been taken down here it would be. Taylah , Shawna, Storm and Fox. As for what the plebs would have called them I've no idea.

Hedgehog 12-11-2016 01:40 AM

Woman at work.... she doesn't want to be there so bitches and moans for 8 hours, giving a running commentary of her feelings.

Talk about negative waves!

I'm not over the moon about being there myself, but she takes it to a new level, and bring me down with her.

I seem to so so much better days when she is out of the office, no matter what shit goes down.

Adlerhorst 12-11-2016 06:34 AM

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Originally Posted by ceeby (Post 13312578)
Flo, 13, Annie, 11, Monty, nine, and two-year-old Dolly :afro:

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...#ixzz4Pk2h2BVf
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

2012 according to DM

i love stories like this. Not content with ruining their own lives through their own stupidity they decide to advertise it to the world.

Jerry Murphy's Fringe 12-11-2016 10:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony Montana (Post 13311847)
Homes under the Hammer and the music. It really grips me for some reason

Presenter - this house has mouldy walls
Music - the most obscure song you've ever heard which mentions mould walls somewhere in it's lyrics.

It's like someone has gone onto google and literally typed, lyrics with "XXXXXX" in it.

This happens around 12 times per show.

Same with Come Dine With Me.
Occasionally, though the opposite is; "ooh, I like that tune - haven't heard it for years" then spending ages trying to remember it/find it again. Compounded by the clip being too short for Spotify.

I wonder if that delightful family in the Daily Mail photo have these problems, now that they have make do with just a 32" TV and the plebeian Entertainment Package on Sky to afford the dressage and Latin lessons for Hermione and Rufus.

PhuketEagle 12-11-2016 02:48 PM

Continual TV ads for Paul O'Grady's 'For The Love Of Dogs' - series 5 would you believe? Ads show various dogs constantly barking madly interspersed with O'Grady's obnoxious Brummie (or nearby) accent - can't stand the guy.
Feel sorry for the dogs that have to spend time around him - that's probably why they're whining & suicidal. Now he's started wearing really bad clothes in a desperate attempt to get noticed, a bit like Ade Edmondson on his UK travel show. They'd make a great couple. Please don't make series 6, there can't be that many dog lovers. If you own one, take it for a walk instead of forcing it to watch this pile of sh***! (OK, that's enough - Ed.)

Isle of Wight 12-11-2016 08:41 PM

When people bang their front teeth with a fork when eating. Its like chalk down a blackboard to me and it seems in any American TV series, they all do it.

Jolly Eagle 12-11-2016 09:01 PM

The curry house taking an hour and a half to deliver my curry. Then they have forgot the Naan Bread.

SCUM SUCKERS

WLYWLYAWYPWF 12-11-2016 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Jolly Eagle (Post 13313401)
The curry house taking an hour and a half to deliver my curry. Then they have forgot the Naan Bread.

SCUM SUCKERS

I had same problem once. Rang up and went fecking beserk and they were very apologetic and offered to drop it straight away to which I told them not to bother and that they had ruined my meal. Went back in to the living room and there it was sitting on the sofa next to where I had been sitting. :D

spunky 12-11-2016 09:33 PM

Thieving little shits in my shop this afternoon

SgtStryker 12-11-2016 10:02 PM

Festival of Remembrance on Telly now. Abide With Me, probably one of the best and most moving hymns around, and they have some KwaZulu munter absolutely murdering it. Typical right on BBC. Pissed off, going to bed.

chrisophiex 12-11-2016 10:19 PM

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Originally Posted by WLYWLYAWYPWF (Post 13313432)
I had same problem once. Rang up and went fecking beserk and they were very apologetic and offered to drop it straight away to which I told them not to bother and that they had ruined my meal. Went back in to the living room and there it was sitting on the sofa next to where I had been sitting. :D


Were you tired and emotional ? :p

I trust you called them back to apologise :supergrin:

WLYWLYAWYPWF 12-11-2016 10:41 PM

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Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 13313458)
Were you tired and emotional ? :p

I trust you called them back to apologise :supergrin:

No I never used them again. The customer is always right.

GorBlimey 13-11-2016 07:27 AM

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Originally Posted by spunky (Post 13313435)
Thieving little shits in my shop this afternoon

More CCTV.

It won't stop the feckers but the police may have more evidence. If they're robbing you the c*nts will also be hitting other businesses.

Worksop Palace 13-11-2016 08:46 AM

Coffee served in glasses

Just **** off

There's a reason we have coffee cups you imbeciles

Payroll Legend 13-11-2016 01:08 PM

"That's wrong on so many levels"

foetus eagle 13-11-2016 02:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Payroll Legend (Post 13313827)
"That's wrong on so many levels"


Yes. Should always be qualified by details of exactly how many 'levels' of wrongness are involved, and what they are.

Worksop Palace 13-11-2016 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Payroll Legend (Post 13313827)
"That's wrong on so many levels"

Car thefts in NCP's ?

Stellavista 13-11-2016 02:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Payroll Legend (Post 13313827)
"That's wrong on so many levels"

"Taking it to the next level" is a variation that does my head in.
As does "sweating the assets".

Jerry Murphy's Fringe 13-11-2016 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 13313881)
"Taking it to the next level" is a variation that does my head in.
As does "sweating the assets".

You have probably just launched buzzword bingo, now.

Low hanging fruit.

Worksop Palace 13-11-2016 03:55 PM

Let's not try and boil the ocean guys

Are we all looking at the same dot on the wall ?

Shifting the paradigm

Air cover

Ooh can't wait for tomorrow so another week of that tripe can start

SgtStryker 13-11-2016 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Payroll Legend (Post 13313827)
"That's wrong on so many levels"

farting in a full lift ;)

Isle of Wight 13-11-2016 05:36 PM

Zips that get caught up in the material on the back especially when you are in a hurry and you just want to get your ******* coat off not be stuck in a claustrophobic straight jacket.

Stellavista 13-11-2016 05:37 PM

Charity shops with 'Donations never refused' signs in the window.
I went into Farah with a turd in a carrier bag. They said no. Lying bastards.

Hedgehog 13-11-2016 05:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Isle of Wight (Post 13313998)
Zips that get caught up in the material on the back especially when you are in a hurry and you just want to get your ******* coat off not be stuck in a claustrophobic straight jacket.

That happened to me yesterday. Except I was trying to put in on.

sirdougie 13-11-2016 06:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Isle of Wight (Post 13313998)
Zips that get caught up in the material on the back especially when you are in a hurry and you just want to get your ******* coat off not be stuck in a claustrophobic straight jacket.


This happened to me when trying on jackets in a shop. I got the zip stuck right up near my chin and couldn't get it undone. I had to shuffle off to an assistant to ask for help, then stood there like a small child whilst she helped me out of the jacket. Not my finest hour

Hedgehog 13-11-2016 06:13 PM

Lucky you weren't trying on trousers and the fly got stuck!

Bugs76 13-11-2016 06:13 PM

All the 'festive' adverts.
Go away all of you

Stellavista 13-11-2016 06:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 13314028)
Lucky you weren't trying on trousers and the fly got stuck!

https://store.bbc.com/sites/default/...?itok=N0EVJHPD

Bugs76 13-11-2016 06:33 PM

"What do you think of the John Lewis Christmas advert?"
"Oh I prefer the Waitrose advert.."

Bore off

Trist 13-11-2016 08:56 PM

Things that annoy you
 
People in cycling clubs who insist on cycling next to each other blocking the road meaning it's hard to overtake when it would have been easy if they were in a single file.

Joe85 13-11-2016 09:28 PM

"Wardrobe Malfunction"


**** off.

Oldtown Eagle 13-11-2016 09:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trist (Post 13314222)
People in cycling clubs who insist on cycling next to each other blocking the road meaning it's hard to overtake when it would have been easy if they were in a single file.

:cool: Yep stuck for 10 mins in E Sussex lanes behind two Lycra nazis two abreast probably discussing the test match.

fang 13-11-2016 09:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trist (Post 13314222)
People in cycling clubs who insist on cycling next to each other blocking the road meaning it's hard to overtake when it would have been easy if they were in a single file.

Probably Dulwich Paragon.

PALACEWU 13-11-2016 09:45 PM

Apparently it's fine to double up, but whether it's fair is in the eye of the car driver, or something.

Neckinger Eagle 13-11-2016 10:15 PM

"And so it begins"

nicknackpalace 13-11-2016 10:21 PM

Actors on film and tv who drink out of a cup that's obviously empty

PALACEWU 13-11-2016 10:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicknackpalace (Post 13314292)
Actors on film and tv who drink out of a cup that's obviously empty

Bad acting?

PALACEWU 13-11-2016 10:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bugs76 (Post 13314045)
"What do you think of the John Lewis Christmas advert?"
"Oh I prefer the Waitrose advert.."

Bore off

Come on bugs, get angry. Bore off?!! Who are you chatting to? Your mother in law? It's ******* shite!

Terrace Bickle 13-11-2016 10:29 PM

My wife watching the incessant shite that is 'I'm a (thick as shit) Celebrity'.

ceeby 13-11-2016 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicknackpalace (Post 13314292)
Actors on film and tv who drink out of a cup that's obviously empty

I really thought that was just me that got so irate over that. It really winds me up, dunno why, but drives me mad!!!

Far East Eagle 14-11-2016 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by PhuketEagle (Post 13313119)
Continual TV ads for Paul O'Grady's 'For The Love Of Dogs' - series 5 would you believe? Ads show various dogs constantly barking madly interspersed with O'Grady's obnoxious Brummie (or nearby) accent - can't stand the guy.
Feel sorry for the dogs that have to spend time around him - that's probably why they're whining & suicidal. Now he's started wearing really bad clothes in a desperate attempt to get noticed, a bit like Ade Edmondson on his UK travel show. They'd make a great couple. Please don't make series 6, there can't be that many dog lovers. If you own one, take it for a walk instead of forcing it to watch this pile of sh***! (OK, that's enough - Ed.)

He is very clearly a Scouser

Blind_Eagle 14-11-2016 12:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Far East Eagle (Post 13314334)
He is very clearly a Scouser

Well not that clearly apparently :supergrin:

Stellavista 14-11-2016 12:38 AM

I'm not sure Lily Savage as a Brummie would have worked.

Hedgehog 14-11-2016 12:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicknackpalace (Post 13314292)
Actors on film and tv who drink out of a cup that's obviously empty

I suspect on the first take the cup was full(ish)... by the 16th take it is probably empty.

Chocky 14-11-2016 09:07 AM

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Originally Posted by ceeby (Post 13314303)
I really thought that was just me that got so irate over that. It really winds me up, dunno why, but drives me mad!!!

Also when someone is supposedly handed a freshly made cup of tea or coffee and they put their hands round the mug, which in real life would take the skin off their hands. Makes me want to go out murdering.

PhuketEagle 14-11-2016 10:47 AM

Far East Eagle on Paul O'Grady - 'He is very clearly a Scouser.'

Who cares where he's from? He's still a pain in the ass!

pallet 14-11-2016 11:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PhuketEagle (Post 13314526)
Far East Eagle on Paul O'Grady - 'He is very clearly a Scouser.'

Who cares where he's from? He's still a pain in the ass!

In more ways than one.

Payroll Legend 14-11-2016 12:50 PM

"Special relationship"

Ffs.

Oddjob 15-11-2016 08:51 AM

Gushing remembrance day tributes on Facebook - 'we will never forget them, their voices will never go unheard' blah blah blah.

As I see it the whole RD thing is a discreet, understated and touching tribute to those who did make amazing sacrifices but instead gets hijacked by the usual sorts for the worst kind of virtue signalling. Get £2, buy a poppy and pay your respects in the traditional and suitable manner instead of copying and pasting someone else's words into your FB to feed your endless narcissism.

Davy64 15-11-2016 09:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Oddjob (Post 13315598)
Gushing remembrance day tributes on Facebook - 'we will never forget them, their voices will never go unheard' blah blah blah.

As I see it the whole RD thing is a discreet, understated and touching tribute to those who did make amazing sacrifices but instead gets hijacked by the usual sorts for the worst kind of virtue signalling. Get £2, buy a poppy and pay your respects in the traditional and suitable manner instead of copying and pasting someone else's words into your FB to feed your endless narcissism.

describes FB nicely which is why i gave it up not long after i joined over 10 years ago. There seems to be a lot of insecure people out there.

E.X Moontoad 15-11-2016 10:10 AM

People who post ridiculously simplistic solutions to complex World, economic and social issues, on Internet message boards and newspaper comments sections. Then sign off with 'job done' or 'simples'.

ExiledStirling 15-11-2016 05:00 PM

Sky Sports news at it again.

Countdown clock for Man U v Arsenal on Saturday :mad:

Accompanied with loads of clips from games gone by between the two teams so we can be whipped into a frenzy about what a big game it is. All it actually achieves is to remind us about what a big it used to be.

Chocky 15-11-2016 05:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 13316112)
Sky Sports news at it again.

Countdown clock for Man U v Arsenal on Saturday :mad:

Accompanied with loads of clips from games gone by between the two teams so we can be whipped into a frenzy about what a big game it is. All it actually achieves is to remind us about what a big it used to be.

Exactly, they have gone mad this season turning it into American Wrestling type shit. Showing footage from 2001 ffs. If we stay up and Brighton somehow come up I expect the same thing. Focusing on the shit in the changing room and calling it 'Revenge of the turd' although we revenged that on the night and it won't be live on any poxy channel anyway. C*nts.

BERT'S HEAD 15-11-2016 05:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 13316112)
Sky Sports news at it again.

Countdown clock for Man U v Arsenal on Saturday :mad:

Accompanied with loads of clips from games gone by between the two teams so we can be whipped into a frenzy about what a big game it is. All it actually achieves is to remind us about what a big it used to be.

If it shows one thing it's the unbelievable passion shown by both sides, they really did give a feck about winning. The England v Scotland game tother night shows me the exact opposite.

Icy 15-11-2016 06:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BERT'S HEAD (Post 13316147)
If it shows one thing it's the unbelievable passion shown by both sides, they really did give a feck about winning. The England v Scotland game tother night shows me the exact opposite.

Really? To me the only thing it shows is sky sports desire to drive armchair fans into a frothing gash over a 'big club' game to ramp up the advertising revenue and alleviate falling viewing figures.

International football has fallen by the way side and even most of the players don't seem to care.

BERT'S HEAD 15-11-2016 06:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Icy (Post 13316201)
Really? To me the only thing it shows is sky sports desire to drive armchair fans into a frothing gash over a 'big club' game to ramp up the advertising revenue and alleviate falling viewing figures.

International football has fallen by the way side and even most of the players don't seem to care.

Which is my point. About internationals anyhow.

Terrace Bickle 15-11-2016 06:17 PM

Anyone who uses slang such as 'bare', or 'long'. Particularly when they are a middle class 'hipster' with a ridiculous beard, who's trousers have argued with their shoes, and have brightly coloured socks in the no-mans land.

remmer 15-11-2016 07:16 PM

Gardeners who leave the tags on their garden plants. Dunno why but I have an uncontrollable urge to rip them off - you should know their names anyway.

Jim Cannon 15-11-2016 07:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 13316112)
Sky Sports news at it again.

Countdown clock for Man U v Arsenal on Saturday :mad:

Accompanied with loads of clips from games gone by between the two teams so we can be whipped into a frenzy about what a big game it is. All it actually achieves is to remind us about what a big it used to be.

Hopefully it will be another 0-0 snoozefest and they will finally learn their lesson

Terrace Bickle 15-11-2016 07:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by remmer (Post 13316247)
Gardeners who leave the tags on their garden plants. Dunno why but I have an uncontrollable urge to rip them off - you should know their names anyway.

In most areas of London now you're lucky to see a garden with any recognisable plants. Let alone anyone who could name them.

KYLIE MINEAGLE 15-11-2016 09:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Terrace Bickle (Post 13316267)
In most areas of London now you're lucky to see a garden with any recognisable plants. Let alone anyone who could name them.

When I was over in May I was surprised by the parked car variety that most people had in their front gardens in Penge and Sydenham.

Little Fozzie 15-11-2016 09:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 13312678)
Woman at work.... she doesn't want to be there so bitches and moans for 8 hours, giving a running commentary of her feelings.

Talk about negative waves!

I'm not over the moon about being there myself, but she takes it to a new level, and bring me down with her.

I seem to so so much better days when she is out of the office, no matter what shit goes down.

Was sat opposite 2 of these moany old ***** in my last job. Drains the life from you day after day, them constantly moaning and bitching about how shit the job and workplace is. Unfortunately they were too ******* thick and lazy to get a different job

art malice 16-11-2016 11:30 AM

Hearing Franz Ferdinand's version of Sound and Vision in the Co-op. Poor man's Stars in Their Eyes.

sherrifbart 16-11-2016 11:54 AM

I watched the American election coverage,saw Kay Burley i dont remember ever taking such an instant dislike to anyone.What an annoying creature.Worst alleged journo ever.

Hedgehog 16-11-2016 01:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Little Fozzie (Post 13316434)
Was sat opposite 2 of these moany old ***** in my last job. Drains the life from you day after day, them constantly moaning and bitching about how shit the job and workplace is. Unfortunately they were too ******* thick and lazy to get a different job

Yes - this one has been their 42 years!

Chocky 16-11-2016 05:41 PM

The Christmas Sainsbury's advert where the lyrics in the song say 'it's December now'.

NO IT C*NTING ISN'T.

Every f*cker involved with these pre pre December Christmas adverts should be rounded up Nazi style, taken to a field and slain. Failing that imprisoned for 4 months' hard labour with Christmas Day being solitary confinement with bread and water.

Terrace Bickle 16-11-2016 06:08 PM

I saw a Christmas tree being put up outside Bromley Police Station today, ridiculous.

Maidstoned Eagle 16-11-2016 06:55 PM

Coin has put up it's Chrimbo lights today....my 9 year old said that was silly.

Stellavista 16-11-2016 07:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 13316990)
Yes - this one has been their 42 years!

Are you sure you're not just speaking to a chair?

Worksop Palace 16-11-2016 07:43 PM

Sarah Millican.

Comedien ? Really ?

About as funny as Palace's defence

pallet 17-11-2016 10:36 AM

Two things today, idiots that already have put up Christmas decorations.
02 priority, what a con, trying to get early tickets, only wanted 2 and yet surprise surprise none available. Half an hour wasted.

saxoneagle 17-11-2016 10:42 AM

People that get annoyed by what other people do, that doesn't affect them. It's none of your ******* business.

PALACEWU 17-11-2016 10:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by saxoneagle (Post 13317836)
People that get annoyed by what other people do, that doesn't affect them. It's none of your ******* business.

Have you put your tree up too?

saxoneagle 17-11-2016 11:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PALACEWU (Post 13317845)
Have you put your tree up too?

Yes, we have actually - the main reason being that my parents are away from December 10th-18th and we're away from December 16th-30th, so we're having meals and present exchanges with my family on various dates prior to that. As we're hosting, we want our house to look the part.

Not that us having a tree up in the privacy of our own home should be offensive to anyone else...

PALACEWU 17-11-2016 12:12 PM

Absolutely, we're hosting so will a have a tree up but are then going to Norway on the 17th, they choose and cut their tree on Christmas eve (23rd)and then we all dance round it, fully clothed.

richdeniro 17-11-2016 12:14 PM

Men who use the male toilets at gyms/swimming pools/leisure centres as the changing room.

catty 17-11-2016 12:26 PM

Skanky colleagues. The two at the other end of my bank of desks are surrounded by bags of rubbish, mouldy cups & that horrid blue paper companies use instead of tea towels. I have previously asked them if the mouldy cups were theirs, they looked blank so I binned them. The cups, not the skanky colleagues.

There is a spare desk between them & me. I think we are all glad of this.

chav_hater 17-11-2016 01:32 PM

People who call their partner by the sort of nickname you'd use on a football pitch e.g. surname Dobson becomes Dobs, Harmer becomes Harms.

smileysmith 17-11-2016 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chav_hater (Post 13317982)
People who call their partner by the sort of nickname you'd use on a football pitch e.g. surname Dobson becomes Dobs, Harmer becomes Harms.

That's just called being posh, innit?

chrisophiex 17-11-2016 02:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smileysmith (Post 13318048)
That's just called being posh, innit?

That's right, Smithy.

cappuccinoeagle 17-11-2016 06:58 PM

The fact that the BBC have given Michael McIntyre another series

Isle of Wight 17-11-2016 07:28 PM

Apple becoming increasingly insistent that i upgrade my iOS. First it used to leave it to you with a little blue icon. Then it started doing a pop up that you could discard and it never reminded you again, then the pop up only gave you a choice of upgrade or remind me later so you had to do this every day. Now it has added yet another step to put in your passcode to trick you into upgrading or having to say remind me later again. I DONT WANT TO UPGRADE TO YOUR SHITTY NEW OS YOU MUPPETS!

Jim Cannon 17-11-2016 08:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cappuccinoeagle (Post 13318279)
The fact that the BBC have given Michael McIntyre another series

I fail to understand why this bloke has had such a huge amount of airtime for all these years

elgin eagle 17-11-2016 08:56 PM

Chihuahuas who bark at the moon. And crisp packets, leaves, and anything else that moves.

WLYWLYAWYPWF 17-11-2016 09:29 PM

Ant and Dec. The law of averages suggests that one day they will say something funny but it's yet to happen.


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