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Maidstoned Eagle 16-08-2017 02:43 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13782492)
People who clap when planes land. Makes you want to scream.

A very Spanish trait.

MasterYoda 16-08-2017 02:47 PM

Waiting all day for the email to confirm if you're being made redundant when you know they'll send it around 8pm when everyone has gone home.

elgin eagle 16-08-2017 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by strawberry mivi (Post 13782527)
I always try to do this, without being slapped by my wife.
She doesn't think it is as funny as i do. :lux:

Too many flights with 'third-world' passengers who do this, it is funny when they do it and i miss having fun.

The thomas cook one on the way out was like a huge stag/hen flight. Note to brain: never fly with Thomas Cook again.

Dunkie 16-08-2017 06:08 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13782492)
People who clap when planes land. Makes you want to scream.

I think that it is great and useful as it alerts me to the fact that I can open my eyes and start breathing again. I don't join in with the clapping though, usually just restricting myself to tears of joy, relief and thanks.

CT_Palace 16-08-2017 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Dunkie (Post 13782878)
I think that it is great and useful as it alerts me to the fact that I can open my eyes and start breathing again. I don't join in with the clapping though, usually just restricting myself to tears of joy, relief and thanks.

Do you weep with joy, relief and thanks every time you safely complete a car journey? If you don't, based on your reaction to flying safely, you should.

Dunkie 16-08-2017 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by CT_Palace (Post 13782895)
Do you weep with joy, relief and thanks every time you safely complete a car journey? If you don't, based on your reaction to flying safely, you should.

Depends who's driving.

little al 16-08-2017 06:47 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13782492)
People who clap when planes land. Makes you want to scream.

People who clap when trains turn up on time:angel:

Joe85 16-08-2017 06:49 PM

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Originally Posted by MasterYoda (Post 13782597)
Waiting all day for the email to confirm if you're being made redundant when you know they'll send it around 8pm when everyone has gone home.

Wankers.

Dorking .Eagle 16-08-2017 06:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Son of Coveta (Post 13781797)
This fat bitch on Channel 4 right now on How to get a council house? Ungrateful bint !!

Watched a bit of that last night. Ungrateful cow tried to turn down a 2nd floor 2 bed flat, claimed it was too high up and she couldn't stand heights.

Didn't see the end but programme was saying it was her one offer, and if she turned it down, she'd be classed as making herself homeless. No doubt her having a kid, the Council probably backed down and gave her a house.

All this whilst they also showed an elderly bloke refused any help having to live as a homeless person and sleep in public toilets :(

glenn.f 16-08-2017 07:37 PM

On our local radio station they have a competition called "what's in the box". No clues no nothing just guess. Blatant moneyaking scam and winds me up way more than it should do every time its on or advertised.

TopKnot 16-08-2017 07:52 PM

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Originally Posted by glenn.f (Post 13783005)
On our local radio station they have a competition called "what's in the box". No clues no nothing just guess. Blatant moneyaking scam and winds me up way more than it should do every time its on or advertised.

Similar to 'win a new telly! Just phone in your answer: what type of animal goes moo?

A) ant
B) fish
C) cow

Calls cost 2.50 per minute

elgin eagle 16-08-2017 07:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Maidstoned Eagle (Post 13782591)
A very Spanish trait.

Russians do it too. Mind you I think that's more out of relief than anything :)

elgin eagle 16-08-2017 07:56 PM

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Originally Posted by little al (Post 13782936)
People who clap when trains turn up on time:angel:

They should salute.

elgin eagle 16-08-2017 08:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Dunkie (Post 13782878)
I think that it is great and useful as it alerts me to the fact that I can open my eyes and start breathing again. I don't join in with the clapping though, usually just restricting myself to tears of joy, relief and thanks.

As long as you don't join in with the clapping. My mum hates flying, so imagine her joy when her flight from Aberdeen to Cyprus got diverted to Edinburgh because of a technical fault. She was so pissed by the time she got to Cyprus she could barely get off the plane.

little al 16-08-2017 08:08 PM

I have NEVER heard anyone clap on landing.

Worksop Palace 16-08-2017 08:10 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13783049)
As long as you don't join in with the clapping. My mum hates flying, so imagine her joy when her flight from Aberdeen to Cyprus got diverted to Edinburgh because of a technical fault. She was so pissed by the time she got to Cyprus she could barely get off the plane.

:D

Ruskin Old Boy 16-08-2017 08:18 PM

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Originally Posted by little al (Post 13783067)
I have NEVER heard anyone clap on landing.


On US airlines when travelling from Europe to the US.

On Aeroflot when landing safely in Moscow - was an ancient Iluyshin.

And on Ukraine International when landing in Simferopol after a bumpy flight from Frankfurt.

Not always down to how much people have had to drink either :D

TopKnot 16-08-2017 08:23 PM

People getting sand in their vaginas about Big Ben not chiming for a few years while it is being renovated. Does anyone other than the daily mail give a shit?

mushroom 16-08-2017 08:26 PM

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Originally Posted by little al (Post 13782936)
People who clap when trains turn up on time:angel:


I stick my hand out the window and high 5 every passenger on the platform

Worksop Palace 16-08-2017 08:29 PM

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Originally Posted by mushroom (Post 13783091)
I stick my hand out the window and high 5 every passenger on the platform

Next time you do it and Popey is on the platform can you just lower your hand a bit and give him one round his tab 'ole

TIA

elgin eagle 16-08-2017 08:32 PM

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Originally Posted by mushroom (Post 13783091)
I stick my hand out the window and high 5 every passenger on the platform

Must be like scoring a goal at the Holmesdale End :)

I never run to time so all I see is dourness.

Worksop Palace 16-08-2017 08:34 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13783109)
Must be like scoring a goal at the Holmesdale End :)

I never run to time so all I see is dourness.

Nothing to do with running on time or not, it cos they see your ugly mug come into focus. Oh, and cos their scotchlanders

Little Fozzie 16-08-2017 08:44 PM

Masterchef. It's on more times throughout the year than bloody dfs sales.

Masterchef
Celebrity masterchef
Masterchef the professionals

**** off

elgin eagle 16-08-2017 08:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Worksop Palace (Post 13783112)
Nothing to do with running on time or not, it cos they see your ugly mug come into focus. Oh, and cos their scotchlanders

:) the big England flag hanging out the window might have something to do with it too. One day the doors will open and they'll be able to get on and everything.

Worksop Palace 16-08-2017 08:57 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13783149)
:) the big England flag hanging out the window might have something to do with it too. One day the doors will open and they'll be able to get on and everything.

:supergrin::lux:

danpalace07 17-08-2017 01:58 AM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13782492)
People who clap when planes land. Makes you want to scream.

Freaks

elgin eagle 17-08-2017 07:23 AM

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Originally Posted by danpalace07 (Post 13783411)
Freaks

Well fire actually, but freaks works just as well. Especially if you've been sat in front of a screaming infant or some fat bastard pulling the back of your seat every time they want to get up for five bleedin hours.

sirdougie 17-08-2017 07:30 AM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13782492)
People who clap when planes land. Makes you want to scream.


When we landed in Jamaica a couple of rows at the back broke into "praise Jesus" songs

elgin eagle 17-08-2017 07:33 AM

Joel Ward and his missus?

ExiledStirling 17-08-2017 07:40 AM

The way that A level results day is covered on TV.

They always put together a group of teachers pets who you know have at least achieved the results the were hoping for before they open their envelopes. Looking all smart and well groomed they have the reserve not to do a fist pump while exclaiming 'get the **** in' live on air.

Where are the scruffy back of the class types with a **** you attitude?

Dorking .Eagle 17-08-2017 07:42 AM

Follow up to a post yesterday - caught the last couple of minutes of 'How to get a Council House' on some Channel 5 catch up channel last night. The homeless elderly bloke got unexpectedly offered a 2nd floor flat and was almost in tears, as he couldn't believe how lucky he was and was sure he could rebuild his life again. Well pleased.

On the 'things that annoy you' subject. Bloke on a train into Dorking shaving, yes shaving, with an electric shaver. I know I was the only other person on the carriage, but really! What next, picking your nose and eating it?

Jordan's Jacket 17-08-2017 07:45 AM

Similar to above people participating in conference calls on a train for over an hour.

Cuddles 17-08-2017 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 13783505)
The way that A level results day is covered on TV.

They always put together a group of teachers pets who you know have at least achieved the results the were hoping for before they open their envelopes. Looking all smart and well groomed they have the reserve not to do a fist pump while exclaiming 'get the **** in' live on air.

Where are the scruffy back of the class types with a **** you attitude?

The fact that they show it at all gets my goat. Who cares apart from themselves, family & friends?

mroakley9 17-08-2017 08:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Cuddles (Post 13783517)
The fact that they show it at all gets my goat. Who cares apart from themselves, family & friends?

They do it for those golden moments when someone doesn't get the mark they want, and you can watch their precious little hearts break live on television.

andyocpfc 17-08-2017 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13783495)
Well fire actually, but freaks works just as well. Especially if you've been sat in front of a screaming infant or some fat bastard pulling the back of your seat every time they want to get up for five bleedin hours.

Oh Lord, we're taking our nearly 3 year old toddler on an aeroplane for the first time in a couple of weeks for a 4 hour flight and this is my nightmare (for other passengers, not me)!

fioreuk 17-08-2017 08:35 AM

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Originally Posted by glenn.f (Post 13783005)
On our local radio station they have a competition called "what's in the box". No clues no nothing just guess. Blatant moneyaking scam and winds me up way more than it should do every time its on or advertised.

Gwyneth Paltrow's Head?

art malice 17-08-2017 08:40 AM

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Originally Posted by fioreuk (Post 13783536)
Gwyneth Paltrow's Head?

:D

A baby fox they'll fvck and eat?

stamford triumph 17-08-2017 08:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Jordan's Jacket (Post 13783509)
Similar to above people participating in conference calls on a train for over an hour.

And then there is the growing trend of people watching stuff on their phones or iPads without using headphones. Seems to usually involve children - they obviously don't want their darling sprogs to hurt their ears but don't mind subjecting the whole carriage to inane dialogue and really annoying music.

Polak 17-08-2017 09:07 AM

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Originally Posted by stamford triumph (Post 13783544)
And then there is the growing trend of people watching stuff on their phones or iPads without using headphones. Seems to usually involve children - they obviously don't want their darling sprogs to hurt their ears but don't mind subjecting the whole carriage to inane dialogue and really annoying music.

It's started happening on the bus as well. You're on the 194 to West Croydon at 6:40am - you don't need to watch a film.

gcwhite 17-08-2017 09:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Ruskin Old Boy (Post 13783078)
On US airlines when travelling from Europe to the US.

On Aeroflot when landing safely in Moscow - was an ancient Iluyshin.

And on Ukraine International when landing in Simferopol after a bumpy flight from Frankfurt.


Not always down to how much people have had to drink either :D

So working for the British Library was just a cover story for your real job in MI6? :supergrin:

elgin eagle 17-08-2017 09:51 AM

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Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13783529)
Oh Lord, we're taking our nearly 3 year old toddler on an aeroplane for the first time in a couple of weeks for a 4 hour flight and this is my nightmare (for other passengers, not me)!

Im sure everyone accepts the odd bit of whinging after being used to the bbs, but at least most people wander up and down the plane with them till they nod off. I'd have a separate section for them personally. Somewhere up the front where they could annoy the posh twats.

Maz 17-08-2017 09:53 AM

I'd put them in cargo. What's the point of paying for a flat bed so that you can have a good night's sleep if you're kept awake by a baby for eight hours?

Maidstoned Eagle 17-08-2017 10:01 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 13783505)
Where are the scruffy back of the class types with a **** you attitude?

From the look of it, they all go on You Tube and cry.

andyocpfc 17-08-2017 10:02 AM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 13783630)
Im sure everyone accepts the odd bit of whinging after being used to the bbs, but at least most people wander up and down the plane with them till they nod off. I'd have a separate section for them personally. Somewhere up the front where they could annoy the posh twats.


Actually, that's not a bad idea having a 'children' section. Children could also then play together and amuse each other without pissing off other travellers.

andyocpfc 17-08-2017 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Maz (Post 13783632)
I'd put them in cargo. What's the point of paying for a flat bed so that you can have a good night's sleep if you're kept awake by a baby for eight hours?

Did you not take your children on holidays when they were young Maz? (genuine question. not snidey)

Maz 17-08-2017 10:15 AM

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Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13783658)
Did you not take your children on holidays when they were young Maz? (genuine question. not snidey)

Not on his first plane until c.10.

We often used to leave him with his grandparents when we went on holiday. They loved it, and he really loved it.

Looking back on it it was a good idea; I think kids need holidays from parents every now and then!

keltic eagle 17-08-2017 12:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Worksop Palace (Post 13783103)
Next time you do it and Popey is on the platform can you just lower your hand a bit and give him one round his tab 'ole

TIA

:D

Maidstoned Eagle 17-08-2017 01:01 PM

Things threads.

art malice 17-08-2017 03:28 PM

People who leave their roadside car doors wide open while they fvck about. Go round the other side and reach over ya lazy fvcks.

davech 17-08-2017 04:13 PM

Government Gateway-thingy accounts.

Tried to create one to check on my potential pension. Lets me open one, gave me my 12-digit user-id and also a top secret access code that they will apparently destroy after each visit (will self-destruct in six seconds?) and then denied me access because I failed their security checks :veryangry :veryangry. Apparently they know more about me than I do, but quite what I have no idea :D. Big Brother truly is watching...

Gave up and rang a human being and got a sensible answer, even though he was a Geordie and I only got one word in three at first.

Wolfnipplechips 17-08-2017 06:23 PM

[QUOTE=davech;13784292]Government Gateway-thingy accounts.

Tried to create one to check on my potential pension. Lets me open one, gave me my 12-digit user-id and also a top secret access code that they will apparently destroy after each visit (will self-destruct in six seconds?) and then denied me access because I failed their security checks :veryangry :veryangry. Apparently they know more about me than I do, but quite what I have no idea :D. Big Brother truly is watching...

Gave up and rang a human being and got a sensible answer, even though he was a Geordie and I only got one word in three at first.[/QUOTE]

You **** **** to work ***** *** *** at least **** ****. You **** **** receive **** all.

Best *** **** **** on *** lottery.

cappuccinoeagle 17-08-2017 07:12 PM

The woman in the cafe the other day droning on about that she'd accidentally bought the Mail instead of the Express,what's the fricking difference?!

Wolfnipplechips 17-08-2017 07:17 PM

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Originally Posted by cappuccinoeagle (Post 13784540)
The woman in the cafe the other day droning on about that she'd accidentally bought the Mail instead of the Express,what's the fricking difference?!

About 50p.

Maidstoned Eagle 17-08-2017 08:07 PM

Girly mods who haven't got the guts to ban me for more than 2 hours...and then whine because I didn't notice.

Hedgehog 18-08-2017 02:02 AM

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Originally Posted by art malice (Post 13784244)
People who leave their roadside car doors wide open while they fvck about. Go round the other side and reach over ya lazy fvcks.

That is especially bad thing to do in The UK!

It even pisses me off here in the US where the roads are all as wide as motorways even in the back streets!

bubbs11 18-08-2017 02:16 AM

The Americanisation of audiences here that 'Woop', clap and cheer constantly during debates. It's such an annoying insincere childish show of appreciation. The need to express their enjoyment or agreement every bloody second in this pathetic way makes me cringe.

Watch an old Question Time from the 80's say, compared to now...when did we become these mindlessly noisey gushing idiots?

Purepalace 18-08-2017 02:22 AM

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Originally Posted by bubbs11 (Post 13785208)
The Americanisation of audiences here that 'Woop', clap and cheer constantly during debates. It's such an annoying insincere childish show of appreciation. The need to express their enjoyment or agreement every bloody second in this pathetic way makes me cringe.

Watch an old Question Time from the 80's say, compared to now...when did we become these mindlessly noisey gushing idiots?

And when did it become exceptable to applaud your own achievements?

Bipe 18-08-2017 05:35 AM

Seagulls. In a literal sense.

There's a ******* massive one which has taken up residence in our car park at work. I work in Leicester, the most landlocked city in the country. What the **** are you doing there, you tosser?

Yesterday it was strutting about in my parking space as I pulled in, giving me the eye before reluctantly doing that half-flying, half walking thing they do to half-heartedly avoid my onrushing vehicle.

I've a good mind to hire an eagle for the day and then sit back and enjoy the show as the eagle rips that ****** to shreds.

Worksop Palace 18-08-2017 06:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Bipe (Post 13785269)
Seagulls. In a literal sense.

There's a ******* massive one which has taken up residence in our car park at work. I work in Leicester, the most landlocked city in the country. What the **** are you doing there, you tosser?

Yesterday it was strutting about in my parking space as I pulled in, giving me the eye before reluctantly doing that half-flying, half walking thing they do to half-heartedly avoid my onrushing vehicle.

I've a good mind to hire an eagle for the day and then sit back and enjoy the show as the eagle rips that ****** to shreds.

Let it out mate, let it out :D

Maidstoned Eagle 18-08-2017 09:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Bipe (Post 13785269)
Seagulls. In a literal sense.

There's a ******* massive one which has taken up residence in our car park at work. I work in Leicester, the most landlocked city in the country. What the **** are you doing there, you tosser?

Yesterday it was strutting about in my parking space as I pulled in, giving me the eye before reluctantly doing that half-flying, half walking thing they do to half-heartedly avoid my onrushing vehicle.

I've a good mind to hire an eagle for the day and then sit back and enjoy the show as the eagle rips that ****** to shreds.

Bicarb in bread. Messy, but satisfying

elgin eagle 18-08-2017 09:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Bipe (Post 13785269)
Seagulls. In a literal sense.

There's a ******* massive one which has taken up residence in our car park at work. I work in Leicester, the most landlocked city in the country. What the **** are you doing there, you tosser?

Yesterday it was strutting about in my parking space as I pulled in, giving me the eye before reluctantly doing that half-flying, half walking thing they do to half-heartedly avoid my onrushing vehicle.

I've a good mind to hire an eagle for the day and then sit back and enjoy the show as the eagle rips that ****** to shreds.

They are fecking everywhere now, miles from the sea. None in Cyprus though, happily. You want to hope it doesnt have young near your car. They are right aggressive feckers sometimes. Like the bbs, we need a cull of the *****.

keltic eagle 18-08-2017 10:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Bipe (Post 13785269)
Seagulls. In a literal sense.

There's a ******* massive one which has taken up residence in our car park at work. I work in Leicester, the most landlocked city in the country. What the **** are you doing there, you tosser?

Yesterday it was strutting about in my parking space as I pulled in, giving me the eye before reluctantly doing that half-flying, half walking thing they do to half-heartedly avoid my onrushing vehicle.

I've a good mind to hire an eagle for the day and then sit back and enjoy the show as the eagle rips that ****** to shreds.

Brilliant

art malice 18-08-2017 01:44 PM

Getting a boil on the arse just before driving to Cornwall

strawberry mivi 18-08-2017 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by art malice (Post 13786085)
Getting a boil on the arse just before driving to Cornwall

At least you will have the satisfaction when you manage to get your fingers around it and squeeze the pus out - BLISS, (with added yuck!)

andyocpfc 18-08-2017 02:18 PM

Things that annoy you
 
Our Labrador dog. The mutt sleeps next to us by the side of the bed. In the middle of the night he hears the most innocent and slightest of noise and barks(F--KING LOUDLY) causing us to jump out of our skin whilst being asleep, heart pumping, sweating, eyeballs popping out of our head and all - GIT!

MasterYoda 18-08-2017 03:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Joe85 (Post 13782940)
Wankers.

Indeed - as it was I was safe. 30% of my team not so lucky. My email arrived around 19:30.

big bad John 18-08-2017 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 13785198)
That is especially bad thing to do in The UK!

It even pisses me off here in the US where the roads are all as wide as motorways even in the back streets!

Two way streets in the back roads of London, when it is a no brainer to make them one way. Plenty of parallel roads to make this workable. All parking spaces are nowadays taken up and there is barely room for one car never mind two. Nobody wants to give way anymore. The days of giving way and getting a friendly wave or the flash of the headlights have been replaced by stand-offs and wannabee tough guys giving the finger. As someone who lives in New York but visits london regularly I can honestly say that as New Yorkers have gradually shed their rude reputation and acquired more manners, Londoners seem to have become what New Yorkers were like 30 years ago.

Worksop Palace 18-08-2017 09:46 PM

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Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13786153)
Our Labrador dog. The mutt sleeps next to us by the side of the bed. In the middle of the night he hears the most innocent and slightest of noise and barks(F--KING LOUDLY) causing us to jump out of our skin whilst being asleep, heart pumping, sweating, eyeballs popping out of our head and all - GIT!

Just a thought

Put the fecker in the kitchen ??

Eaglesmad123 18-08-2017 09:49 PM

People who randomly bump threads trying to be funny. The thing is no one gets the joke.

Hedgehog 19-08-2017 01:54 AM

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Originally Posted by big bad John (Post 13786489)
Two way streets in the back roads of London, when it is a no brainer to make them one way. Plenty of parallel roads to make this workable. All parking spaces are nowadays taken up and there is barely room for one car never mind two. Nobody wants to give way anymore. The days of giving way and getting a friendly wave or the flash of the headlights have been replaced by stand-offs and wannabee tough guys giving the finger. As someone who lives in New York but visits london regularly I can honestly say that as New Yorkers have gradually shed their rude reputation and acquired more manners, Londoners seem to have become what New Yorkers were like 30 years ago.

I've noticed on my last two visits back to the UK people are a little horn happy too.

I'm ******* lost you ass hole... you honking ain't going to make be suddenly know where I have to go! :rolleyes:

Hedgehog 19-08-2017 01:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Eaglesmad123 (Post 13786844)
People who randomly bump threads trying to be funny. The thing is no one gets the joke.

Wanker :rolleyes:

bubbs11 19-08-2017 02:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 13787043)
I've noticed on my last two visits back to the UK people are a little horn happy too.

I'm ******* lost you ass hole... you honking ain't going to make be suddenly know where I have to go! :rolleyes:

Yes! Yesterday some tosser behind honked me as I sat waiting for a chance from on coming traffic to turn right. Think he felt I didn't take a risk turning when a small opportunity appeared. Never take risks when I've got my little-un in the back. Anyway, once I did turn down this side road I noticed he was behind me so proceeded to go at snails pace for about 30 secs and enjoyed watching the steam coming from his ears from my rear view mirror.

Oddjob 19-08-2017 06:29 AM

Sky Sports Main Event, which last night decided the main event of the evening was women's golf, and not the test match

Maidstoned Eagle 19-08-2017 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Eaglesmad123 (Post 13786844)
People who randomly bump threads trying to be funny. The thing is I don't get the joke and feel all left out.

Bless.

andyocpfc 19-08-2017 08:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Worksop Palace (Post 13786842)
Just a thought



Put the fecker in the kitchen ??


We used to do that and then there was a storm in the night. He was so scared he ripped up the flooring and damaged the door and door frame trying to get out the kitchen costing us hundreds of pounds. Didn't want to risk it happening again.

Maidstoned Eagle 19-08-2017 08:49 AM

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Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13787180)
We used to do that and then there was a storm in the night. He was so scared he ripped up the flooring and damaged the door and door frame trying to get out the kitchen costing us hundreds of pounds. Didn't want to risk it happening again.

Leave it in the garden. My dogs never come in the house and they haven't died.

Mr Mojo Risin 19-08-2017 10:19 AM

The post office. Lets not post anything through a letterbox and send it all back to the post office. Then only put one member of staff at the counter on a Saturday morning when everyone goes.

civil eagle 19-08-2017 10:16 PM

The price of Cinema tickets no wonder Netflix and Amazon are doing so well. Paid over 60 today for 5 of us to see the rubbish that is Spiderman Homecoming (my appreciation of the film was not aided by it taking about 45 minutes for me to realise it wasn't meant to be a sequel to The Amazing Spider man.

Oh and another thing drivers who think that using hazard wwarning lights means you can drive like a total selfish prick

spiny norman 19-08-2017 10:46 PM

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Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13786153)
Our Labrador dog. The mutt sleeps next to us by the side of the bed. In the middle of the night he hears the most innocent and slightest of noise and barks(F--KING LOUDLY) causing us to jump out of our skin whilst being asleep, heart pumping, sweating, eyeballs popping out of our head and all - GIT!

Let him in the bed,he'll sleep thru any noise! ;)

Hibernator 19-08-2017 11:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Purepalace (Post 13785212)
And when did it become exceptable to applaud your own achievements?

My pet annoyance! Defenition of insecurity if ever there was one.

Hibernator 19-08-2017 11:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13786153)
Our Labrador dog. The mutt sleeps next to us by the side of the bed. In the middle of the night he hears the most innocent and slightest of noise and barks(F--KING LOUDLY) causing us to jump out of our skin whilst being asleep, heart pumping, sweating, eyeballs popping out of our head and all - GIT!

Assuming you have always looked after him and protected him from possible danger, now he is bigger , older & Bolder, he is now returning the compliment the best he knows how. Gotta love Labs

PeterH 20-08-2017 04:18 AM

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Originally Posted by civil eagle (Post 13789185)
The price of Cinema tickets no wonder Netflix and Amazon are doing so well. Paid over 60 today for 5 of us to see the rubbish that is Spiderman Homecoming (my appreciation of the film was not aided by it taking about 45 minutes for me to realise it wasn't meant to be a sequel to The Amazing Spider man.

About 3 quid here for the same experience. 6 quid for Premium with the sofa seats (and food waitress service extra)

CT_Palace 20-08-2017 05:57 AM

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Originally Posted by PeterH (Post 13789400)
About 3 quid here for the same experience. 6 quid for Premium with the sofa seats (and food waitress service extra)

Where you going to see movies for 2 and1/2 luka?
I went to see Dunkirk the other day (admittedly in IMAX) and it cost 6 lukas

olly cromwell 20-08-2017 07:40 AM

Karlie bleedin Kloss
Everytime I go on Youtube :frown:

thefox 20-08-2017 07:51 AM

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Originally Posted by PeterH (Post 13789400)
About 3 quid here for the same experience. 6 quid for Premium with the sofa seats (and food waitress service extra)

Hole in the popcorn bucket ?

thefox 20-08-2017 07:52 AM

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Originally Posted by CT_Palace (Post 13789405)
Where you going to see movies for 2 and1/2 luka?
I went to see Dunkirk the other day (admittedly in IMAX) and it cost 6 lukas

6 Lukas. We do need cover for him, but that would he a bit excessive.

Maidstoned Eagle 20-08-2017 09:54 AM

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Originally Posted by PeterH (Post 13789400)
About 3 quid here for the same experience. 6 quid for Premium with the sofa seats (and food waitress service extra)

5 here, great value.

cappuccinoeagle 20-08-2017 07:35 PM

People( generally women,it has to be said) who on meeting each other,madly hug each other,even though they last met a couple of days previously.
The supposedly hilarious flirting between male celebrities and The Governess on The Chase,which is in fact,cringy.

WLYWLYAWYPWF 20-08-2017 07:46 PM

Bed slats that collapse when you decide to turn over in the middle of the night. :veryangry

andyocpfc 20-08-2017 07:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Hibernator (Post 13789318)
Assuming you have always looked after him and protected him from possible danger, now he is bigger , older & Bolder, he is now returning the compliment the best he knows how. Gotta love Labs


Yep, had him from pup. He's now 4, big and doesn't appear to like anyone now bar us. In some ways it's nice, but in others it's not. He can sniff a person coming near the house a mile away and by George does he let us know! I know he's protecting he's own and his house but he needs to chill a bit.

andyocpfc 20-08-2017 07:58 PM

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Originally Posted by WLYWLYAWYPWF (Post 13790502)
Bed slats that collapse when you decide to turn over in the middle of the night. :veryangry


You sure it's not the caps on the end Rob. We had numerous nights of rattling around thinking the slats were broken before we lifted the mattress to find the plastic caps broken. Small amount for new caps found on eBay.

macstar 20-08-2017 08:02 PM

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Originally Posted by WLYWLYAWYPWF (Post 13790502)
Bed slats that collapse when you decide to turn over in the middle of the night. :veryangry

loool... thats pee'd me off so much, ive given up on a bed frame and im buying a diven.

Worksop Palace 20-08-2017 08:03 PM

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Originally Posted by WLYWLYAWYPWF (Post 13790502)
Bed slats that collapse when you decide to turn over in the middle of the night. :veryangry

Shouldn't be such a tub o' lard

WLYWLYAWYPWF 20-08-2017 08:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Worksop Palace (Post 13790527)
Shouldn't be such a tub o' lard

Haha. I am actually a big lad but not quite that fecking big. Yet!! :p

WLYWLYAWYPWF 20-08-2017 08:29 PM

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Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 13790517)
You sure it's not the caps on the end Rob. We had numerous nights of rattling around thinking the slats were broken before we lifted the mattress to find the plastic caps broken. Small amount for new caps found on eBay.

The bearing on each slat is ridiculously small. About 4 or 5 mill. It only happens every couple of months where they obviously move but it's fecking annoying. Screwed them all down today so hopefully that does the trick..thanks for the advice.

Worksop Palace 20-08-2017 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by WLYWLYAWYPWF (Post 13790548)
Haha. I am actually a big lad but not quite that fecking big. Yet!! :p

:supergrin:

elgin eagle 20-08-2017 08:55 PM

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Originally Posted by CT_Palace (Post 13789405)
Where you going to see movies for 2 and1/2 luka?
I went to see Dunkirk the other day (admittedly in IMAX) and it cost 6 lukas

Wait, your currency is the Luka?? Chile sounds great.

wedgetail 20-08-2017 09:02 PM

Women and maps

macstar 20-08-2017 09:35 PM

people who start their sentences with "So". Its becoming a virus now.

Prince Phillip 21-08-2017 08:39 AM

One for Carabao Cup Week: Professional salaried sportsmen in their late teens or early 20s being referred to as 'The Kids'
Just another modern football, Sky-induced wankerism to file with 'Up Top' & 'Worldie'


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