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chrisophiex 20-12-2015 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12715740)
The latest revision of the free AVG virus software... Pop-up reminders all over the place.

I've always loved the fact if works quietly in the background, now it has become a jerk like the rest of them.

That's why it's free :)

Worksop Palace 20-12-2015 08:52 PM

Football songs at the darts

Great 10 years ago

Good 5 years ago

Ok 2 years ago

Meh last year

Shite now

Yoda 20-12-2015 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Stella Drinker (Post 12715502)
I am sure they can't please everyone, I wouldn't let it ruin your Xmas 😳

The thread's called 'things that annoy you'....it's annoying.

WLYWLYAWYPWF 20-12-2015 09:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Yoda (Post 12715487)
Thanks Pizza Express for lack of thought when you selected the Christmas sweet, presented with the bill.

It's full of nuts, so totally inappropriate for those of us with kids allergic to nuts. Christmas is a 'nut nightmare' for us anyway, so thanks for rubbing that in....here's a sweetie kids, oh sorry you can't have it!

Pretty insensitive for a chain that's a family restaurant.

That's nothing mate. I'm allergic to fecking pizzas. They haven't got a single pizza on their menu that caters for people with a pizza allergy. Wankers.

Salad_Burnet 20-12-2015 09:58 PM

Pizza Express is usually infested with kids, anyway. Middle class kids.

Jerry Murphy's Fringe 20-12-2015 10:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12715740)
The latest revision of the free AVG virus software... Pop-up reminders all over the place.

I've always loved the fact if works quietly in the background, now it has become a jerk like the rest of them.


Thought he good offices of the BBS go to; Computers, Gaming and Mobile Forum, The Mac Thread.

Should solve all your problems.:p

Hedgehog 20-12-2015 10:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Jerry Murphy's Fringe (Post 12716102)
Thought he good offices of the BBS go to; Computers, Gaming and Mobile Forum, The Mac Thread.

Should solve all your problems.:p

Are you saying, "Get a Mac"?

I probably will soon. Until then I guess I will plod on with my ancient PC.

Maz 20-12-2015 11:08 PM

Or just pay for an antivirus programme you tight git.

A lot cheaper than switching to a Mac.

Jerry Murphy's Fringe 20-12-2015 11:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12716112)
Are you saying, "Get a Mac"?

I probably will soon. Until then I guess I will plod on with my ancient PC.

Yep. Once you go Mac, you don't go back.
They are loads more cash, but my 2010 iMac has not missed a beat and just sorts itself out for updates and does not need anti-virus.

Bought a MacBook Air in 2012 and it's still smooth as silk. Except the battery, which I need to replace. Daily use and it's travelled to all sorts of place with me.
I bought Office for Mac and that runs great.

The transition from windows takes a little while, but just go for it or Google / Youtube what you're trying to do.

Hedgehog 20-12-2015 11:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Maz (Post 12716121)
Or just pay for an antivirus programme you tight git.

A lot cheaper than switching to a Mac.

I've asked the good ship BBS before to recommend a good anti-virus programme - I would be more than happy to pay for one, but the census of opinion has always been the free AVG is as good as any.

I also use CCleaner (free) on the recommendation of the BBS.

Breaking rocks 20-12-2015 11:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Maz (Post 12716121)
Or just pay for an antivirus programme you tight git.

A lot cheaper than switching to a Mac.

:D

Breaking rocks 20-12-2015 11:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12716126)
I've asked the good ship BBS before to recommend a good anti-virus programme - I would be more than happy to pay for one, but the census of opinion has always been the free AVG is as good as any.

I also use CCleaner (free) on the recommendation of the BBS.

Guy in the computer repair place recommended Kaspersky to me. In fact, edit that, he loaded a three month trial version it on for me and uninstalled the Norton one I had!

Hedgehog 20-12-2015 11:22 PM

Norton is the devil's spawn (or is that sporn) - to bring this thread back on track!

Breaking rocks 20-12-2015 11:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12716136)
Norton is the devils spawn (or is that sporn) - to bring this thread back on track!

:D

Well he is eastern european and this was all done without asking me! He just said "Norton ptth NO NO NO Norton"

ozzieEagle 20-12-2015 11:31 PM

:love:
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Originally Posted by Jerry Murphy's Fringe (Post 12716123)
Yep. Once you go Mac, you don't go back.
They are loads more cash, but my 2010 iMac has not missed a beat and just sorts itself out for updates and does not need anti-virus.

Bought a MacBook Air in 2012 and it's still smooth as silk. Except the battery, which I need to replace. Daily use and it's travelled to all sorts of place with me.
I bought Office for Mac and that runs great.

The transition from windows takes a little while, but just go for it or Google / Youtube what you're trying to do.

:love:
My youngest has had to use macs for all of her educational years...from high school right thru to uni.


She has not owned one yet where the logic board didnt fail...tis the only item i know of where product insurance is an absolute necessity....all 5 of hers have stuffed up....To be fair she does keep erm on 24/7/365.4..... Could be something to do with Aus ambient temps as well I guess

CT_Palace 20-12-2015 11:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Maz (Post 12716121)
Or just pay for an antivirus programme you tight git.

A lot cheaper than switching to a Mac.

Not a guarantee of trouble-free computing in my experience, whereas, switching to Mac is, again in my experience.
Mind you I haven't used a pc at home for quite some years now so things may have improved.

CT_Palace 20-12-2015 11:34 PM

Christmas shopping ads where the stores are not heaving

GorBlimey 21-12-2015 12:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12716112)
Are you saying, "Get a Mac"?

I probably will soon. Until then I guess I will plod on with my ancient PC.

If you're happy to piss away hundreds of extra $$$'s on a piece of kit with built-in obsolescence then that's what you'll achieve.

If you just want a good, free anti-virus then install Avast and trouser the extra cash.

big bad John 21-12-2015 12:36 AM

People who inject every few sentences with the words, "it is what it is." When did this become such a part of every day vocabulary. In a recent interview that Mastermind candidate, Tyson Fury, must have said it at least ten times.

WLYWLYAWYPWF 21-12-2015 12:49 AM

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Originally Posted by big bad John (Post 12716206)
People who inject every few sentences with the words, "it is what it is." When did this become such a part of every day vocabulary. In a recent interview that Mastermind candidate, Tyson Fury, must have said it at least ten times.

I know exactly what you mean but it is what it is.

Breaking rocks 21-12-2015 12:58 AM

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Originally Posted by big bad John (Post 12716206)
People who inject every few sentences with the words, "it is what it is." When did this become such a part of every day vocabulary. In a recent interview that Mastermind candidate, Tyson Fury, must have said it at least ten times.

The first time that I heard that phrase was on US reality shows like American Chopper and Deadliest Catch where it seemed to be used at the end of each sentence.

art malice 21-12-2015 12:58 AM

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Originally Posted by big bad John (Post 12716206)
People who inject every few sentences with the words, "it is what it is." When did this become such a part of every day vocabulary. In a recent interview that Mastermind candidate, Tyson Fury, must have said it at least ten times.

I've not heard it much but Delaney used it a lot on the FYP podcast. Do they use the same psychologist?

danpalace07 21-12-2015 01:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12716126)
I've asked the good ship BBS before to recommend a good anti-virus programme - I would be more than happy to pay for one, but the census of opinion has always been the free AVG is as good as any.

I also use CCleaner (free) on the recommendation of the BBS.

Panda free

mroakley9 21-12-2015 01:18 AM

Bugs

Breaking rocks 21-12-2015 01:28 AM

Insects.

Hedgehog 21-12-2015 03:40 AM

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Originally Posted by danpalace07 (Post 12716228)

The comments section is not very encouraging.

Pat of the Palace 21-12-2015 08:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by big bad John (Post 12716206)
People who inject every few sentences with the words, "it is what it is." When did this become such a part of every day vocabulary. In a recent interview that Mastermind candidate, Tyson Fury, must have said it at least ten times.

A crossover from Spanish? "es lo que hay"?

pallet 21-12-2015 08:28 AM

Getting up for work when everyone else can stay in bed.

Icy 21-12-2015 04:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Breaking rocks (Post 12716134)
Guy in the computer repair place recommended Kaspersky to me. In fact, edit that, he loaded a three month trial version it on for me and uninstalled the Norton one I had!

Yup, our IT monkey swears by it. Been pretty flawless since I installed it. In fact i barely notice its existence until it opens up a secure window in chrome or IE.

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Originally Posted by pallet (Post 12716332)
Getting up for work when everyone else can stay in bed.

Or just "work". At least the trains are quiet this week.

danpalace07 21-12-2015 04:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12716290)
The comments section is not very encouraging.

not had any of those problems with it at all, in fact I've not had anything wrong with Panda

Jack Regan 21-12-2015 04:52 PM

I might have already said this but idiots who say 'say again' instead of 'pardon'.

EagleSE24 21-12-2015 05:11 PM

People at Stratford Westfield who literally step out of a tube station and then instantly forget the rules of riding an escalator.

Dorking .Eagle 21-12-2015 05:17 PM

People in shopping centres who charge up and down escalators like demented commuters.

WLYWLYAWYPWF 21-12-2015 05:18 PM

Getting a grotty chest infection four days before Christmas.

palace nutter 21-12-2015 07:26 PM

The tosser on the platform on a power charge with the whistle. Blowing it before people are even off the train - I was very close to calling him an absolute tosser but refrained.

Reps AJ 21-12-2015 08:01 PM

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Originally Posted by pallet (Post 12716332)
Getting up for work when everyone else can stay in bed.

And then getting told you're making too much noise

Harry Bassett 21-12-2015 08:13 PM

I enjoy a wide range of music but cannot abide music being played over voices in drama, nor can I stand loud music in restaurents or shops,noisy buggers

Pistol Knight 21-12-2015 08:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Harry Bassett (Post 12717125)
I enjoy a wide range of music but cannot abide music being played over voices in drama, nor can I stand loud music in restaurents or shops,noisy buggers

I am of a certain age where I want to smash the TV or jukebox up in pubs, I want to talk to my mates not listen to Beiber.....

Nork1 21-12-2015 10:10 PM

People who, despite having absolutely nothing of interest to say, cannot stop ******* talking. I just had to endure a 90 minute train journey listening to some tedious old bag making banal comments to her husband about absolutely everything that went by. "Large fields. Very large fields. I didn't think fields were that big. I suppose we're not used to seeing them so maybe they're not that big. We haven't got many fields in Luton. That's probably why they look so big. Rain. Windy out there. Cows. Waterlogged fields. Ooh, sheep. Wind's picking up. I knew I should have worn those overtrousers. The black ones. The black ones I wore in October. You should have reminded me. Never know if the heating's going to be on on the train. They don't match my coat though. Looks cold out there. Maybe that fleece would have been better. No trolleys on trains now. Look, those fields are flooded. Must have been raining here. Maybe if we hadn't been rushing about this morning we could have got a cup of tea. I wonder if there's a trolley on the train. I haven't seen one. Maybe they get on further down the line. How long have we been on the train now? What was it? 9:15 this morning? We could have got a later train I think. Wood timbers on that building. Windy, look at the trees. The trees. In the wind. My feet are cold. Look, tractors. Shall I ask the guard to turn the heating up? You never know what to do on trains... heating on in the summer, never on in the winter. You're not listening to me are you? It's still raining. Do you think it'll be raining in Portsmouth? I didn't check the forecast. Where are we? Balham? It can't be Balham. No, wait, that's Banham - it's spelt differently. There's an 'N' in it. It's not Balham. Balham's in London. Oh, it's Barnham. Not Banham. Look, the sign says Barnham. Havant. That's a funny name for a place. Have we got there? No we Havant. I said 'No, we Havant'. Havant. You're not listening are you? 'No we Havant'. Havant. We just passed it. That's why I said it but as usual you weren't listening. Havant. Still raining. Do they sell sandwiches in Portsmouth? Ham. Will anywhere be open? Well you never know. Places closing down for Christmas. Do you think they'll have sandwiches there? Where's the umbrella? Looks like they've got a Tesco in Fratton. I thought all the Tescos were closing. There's one there. Look, Tesco...."

Excuse me for interrupting, please could you shut the **** up before I stab you? Thank you.

Fatboy 21-12-2015 10:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by big bad John (Post 12716206)
People who inject every few sentences with the words, "it is what it is." When did this become such a part of every day vocabulary. In a recent interview that Mastermind candidate, Tyson Fury, must have said it at least ten times.

Isn't that the follow up single to "I am what I am" ?

Fatboy 21-12-2015 10:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Jack Regan (Post 12716874)
I might have already said this but idiots who say 'say again' instead of 'pardon'.

What ?















;)

Stavros 69 21-12-2015 10:55 PM

People who stand in front of the tube doors when you're trying to get off.

Women who can queue up but try and jump ahead every time trying to get a seat on the tube.

People who walk staring down at their mobiles not looking where they are going.

danpalace07 22-12-2015 06:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12717309)
People who, despite having absolutely nothing of interest to say, cannot stop ******* talking. I just had to endure a 90 minute train journey listening to some tedious old bag making banal comments to her husband about absolutely everything that went by. "Large fields. Very large fields. I didn't think fields were that big. I suppose we're not used to seeing them so maybe they're not that big. We haven't got many fields in Luton. That's probably why they look so big. Rain. Windy out there. Cows. Waterlogged fields. Ooh, sheep. Wind's picking up. I knew I should have worn those overtrousers. The black ones. The black ones I wore in October. You should have reminded me. Never know if the heating's going to be on on the train. They don't match my coat though. Looks cold out there. Maybe that fleece would have been better. No trolleys on trains now. Look, those fields are flooded. Must have been raining here. Maybe if we hadn't been rushing about this morning we could have got a cup of tea. I wonder if there's a trolley on the train. I haven't seen one. Maybe they get on further down the line. How long have we been on the train now? What was it? 9:15 this morning? We could have got a later train I think. Wood timbers on that building. Windy, look at the trees. The trees. In the wind. My feet are cold. Look, tractors. Shall I ask the guard to turn the heating up? You never know what to do on trains... heating on in the summer, never on in the winter. You're not listening to me are you? It's still raining. Do you think it'll be raining in Portsmouth? I didn't check the forecast. Where are we? Balham? It can't be Balham. No, wait, that's Banham - it's spelt differently. There's an 'N' in it. It's not Balham. Balham's in London. Oh, it's Barnham. Not Banham. Look, the sign says Barnham. Havant. That's a funny name for a place. Have we got there? No we Havant. I said 'No, we Havant'. Havant. You're not listening are you? 'No we Havant'. Havant. We just passed it. That's why I said it but as usual you weren't listening. Havant. Still raining. Do they sell sandwiches in Portsmouth? Ham. Will anywhere be open? Well you never know. Places closing down for Christmas. Do you think they'll have sandwiches there? Where's the umbrella? Looks like they've got a Tesco in Fratton. I thought all the Tescos were closing. There's one there. Look, Tesco...."

Excuse me for interrupting, please could you shut the **** up before I stab you? Thank you.

if there is a hell and it's customised for every person, some dozy bint like this will definitely show up in mine

GorBlimey 22-12-2015 08:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12717309)
People who, despite having absolutely nothing of interest to say, cannot stop ******* talking. I just had to endure a 90 minute train journey listening to some tedious old bag making banal comments to her husband about absolutely everything that went by. "Large fields. Very large fields. I didn't think fields were that big. I suppose we're not used to seeing them so maybe they're not that big. We haven't got many fields in Luton. That's probably why they look so big. Rain. Windy out there. Cows. Waterlogged fields. Ooh, sheep. Wind's picking up. I knew I should have worn those overtrousers. The black ones. The black ones I wore in October. You should have reminded me. Never know if the heating's going to be on on the train. They don't match my coat though. Looks cold out there. Maybe that fleece would have been better. No trolleys on trains now. Look, those fields are flooded. Must have been raining here. Maybe if we hadn't been rushing about this morning we could have got a cup of tea. I wonder if there's a trolley on the train. I haven't seen one. Maybe they get on further down the line. How long have we been on the train now? What was it? 9:15 this morning? We could have got a later train I think. Wood timbers on that building. Windy, look at the trees. The trees. In the wind. My feet are cold. Look, tractors. Shall I ask the guard to turn the heating up? You never know what to do on trains... heating on in the summer, never on in the winter. You're not listening to me are you? It's still raining. Do you think it'll be raining in Portsmouth? I didn't check the forecast. Where are we? Balham? It can't be Balham. No, wait, that's Banham - it's spelt differently. There's an 'N' in it. It's not Balham. Balham's in London. Oh, it's Barnham. Not Banham. Look, the sign says Barnham. Havant. That's a funny name for a place. Have we got there? No we Havant. I said 'No, we Havant'. Havant. You're not listening are you? 'No we Havant'. Havant. We just passed it. That's why I said it but as usual you weren't listening. Havant. Still raining. Do they sell sandwiches in Portsmouth? Ham. Will anywhere be open? Well you never know. Places closing down for Christmas. Do you think they'll have sandwiches there? Where's the umbrella? Looks like they've got a Tesco in Fratton. I thought all the Tescos were closing. There's one there. Look, Tesco...."

Excuse me for interrupting, please could you shut the **** up before I stab you? Thank you.

People who listen to other people's shite conversations about nothing and pay so much attention that they can quote them verbatim. :D

Isle of Wight 22-12-2015 09:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12717309)
People who, despite having absolutely nothing of interest to say, cannot stop ******* talking. I just had to endure a 90 minute train journey listening to some tedious old bag making banal comments to her husband about absolutely everything that went by. "Large fields. Very large fields. I didn't think fields were that big. I suppose we're not used to seeing them so maybe they're not that big. We haven't got many fields in Luton. That's probably why they look so big. Rain. Windy out there. Cows. Waterlogged fields. Ooh, sheep. Wind's picking up. I knew I should have worn those overtrousers. The black ones. The black ones I wore in October. You should have reminded me. Never know if the heating's going to be on on the train. They don't match my coat though. Looks cold out there. Maybe that fleece would have been better. No trolleys on trains now. Look, those fields are flooded. Must have been raining here. Maybe if we hadn't been rushing about this morning we could have got a cup of tea. I wonder if there's a trolley on the train. I haven't seen one. Maybe they get on further down the line. How long have we been on the train now? What was it? 9:15 this morning? We could have got a later train I think. Wood timbers on that building. Windy, look at the trees. The trees. In the wind. My feet are cold. Look, tractors. Shall I ask the guard to turn the heating up? You never know what to do on trains... heating on in the summer, never on in the winter. You're not listening to me are you? It's still raining. Do you think it'll be raining in Portsmouth? I didn't check the forecast. Where are we? Balham? It can't be Balham. No, wait, that's Banham - it's spelt differently. There's an 'N' in it. It's not Balham. Balham's in London. Oh, it's Barnham. Not Banham. Look, the sign says Barnham. Havant. That's a funny name for a place. Have we got there? No we Havant. I said 'No, we Havant'. Havant. You're not listening are you? 'No we Havant'. Havant. We just passed it. That's why I said it but as usual you weren't listening. Havant. Still raining. Do they sell sandwiches in Portsmouth? Ham. Will anywhere be open? Well you never know. Places closing down for Christmas. Do you think they'll have sandwiches there? Where's the umbrella? Looks like they've got a Tesco in Fratton. I thought all the Tescos were closing. There's one there. Look, Tesco...."

Excuse me for interrupting, please could you shut the **** up before I stab you? Thank you.

"You're not listening to me are you"

Obviously has learned what you need to, the art of switching off and finding inner peace

To soften the blow of this nightmare journey and to put you on the path to finding this, I have sent you some rep.

Isle of Wight 22-12-2015 09:33 AM

You must spread some rep etc :veryangry

Worksop Palace 22-12-2015 09:29 PM

Eric Bristow 'commentating' on the darts. Can't understand a word he's saying the thick daft cockney twat

racehorse-80s 22-12-2015 09:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Worksop Palace (Post 12718782)
Eric Bristow 'commentating' on the darts. Can't understand a word he's saying the thick daft cockney twat

You have obviously been up North too long if you can no longer grasp what the crafty cockney is saying :D

Worksop Palace 22-12-2015 09:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by racehorse-80s (Post 12718791)
You have obviously been up North too long if you can no longer grasp what the crafty cockney is saying :D

I've been here 45 years Race ! :p

KYLIE MINEAGLE 22-12-2015 10:36 PM

Staying at a motel getting in the shower then struggling for 5 minutes to ******* open that little sachet of shampoo they give you.

ChiswickEagle 22-12-2015 10:40 PM

The programme "Rich Kids on Instagram".

the drexciyan 22-12-2015 11:47 PM

Wankers who have their speakerphone on in the health club changing rooms. No one else is interested in your sad life so just turn it off.

Jim Cannon 23-12-2015 12:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12718906)
Wankers who have their speakerphone on in the health club changing rooms. No one else is interested in your sad life so just turn it off.

Wankers who use speakerphone anywhere in public. If you need speakerphone go somewhere private and stop being a wanker

PhuketEagle 23-12-2015 10:21 AM

Buying a Xmas present for the wife then she sticks her nose in to find out what I've bought when out shopping. So, anyone want to buy some unwanted cheap wrapping paper?! No surprise...no chimney...no Santa...where's my old sock?

1905 23-12-2015 10:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12717309)
People who, despite having absolutely nothing of interest to say, cannot stop ******* talking. I just had to endure a 90 minute train journey listening to some tedious old bag making banal comments to her husband about absolutely everything that went by. "Large fields. Very large fields. I didn't think fields were that big. I suppose we're not used to seeing them so maybe they're not that big. We haven't got many fields in Luton. That's probably why they look so big. Rain. Windy out there. Cows. Waterlogged fields. Ooh, sheep. Wind's picking up. I knew I should have worn those overtrousers. The black ones. The black ones I wore in October. You should have reminded me. Never know if the heating's going to be on on the train. They don't match my coat though. Looks cold out there. Maybe that fleece would have been better. No trolleys on trains now. Look, those fields are flooded. Must have been raining here. Maybe if we hadn't been rushing about this morning we could have got a cup of tea. I wonder if there's a trolley on the train. I haven't seen one. Maybe they get on further down the line. How long have we been on the train now? What was it? 9:15 this morning? We could have got a later train I think. Wood timbers on that building. Windy, look at the trees. The trees. In the wind. My feet are cold. Look, tractors. Shall I ask the guard to turn the heating up? You never know what to do on trains... heating on in the summer, never on in the winter. You're not listening to me are you? It's still raining. Do you think it'll be raining in Portsmouth? I didn't check the forecast. Where are we? Balham? It can't be Balham. No, wait, that's Banham - it's spelt differently. There's an 'N' in it. It's not Balham. Balham's in London. Oh, it's Barnham. Not Banham. Look, the sign says Barnham. Havant. That's a funny name for a place. Have we got there? No we Havant. I said 'No, we Havant'. Havant. You're not listening are you? 'No we Havant'. Havant. We just passed it. That's why I said it but as usual you weren't listening. Havant. Still raining. Do they sell sandwiches in Portsmouth? Ham. Will anywhere be open? Well you never know. Places closing down for Christmas. Do you think they'll have sandwiches there? Where's the umbrella? Looks like they've got a Tesco in Fratton. I thought all the Tescos were closing. There's one there. Look, Tesco...."

Excuse me for interrupting, please could you shut the **** up before I stab you? Thank you.

Lol - been there before :)

Currently on a 3 hour train journey myself, thank god we booked in the quiet zone and people respect it here.

Chocky 23-12-2015 04:16 PM

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Originally Posted by PhuketEagle (Post 12719169)
Buying a Xmas present for the wife then she sticks her nose in to find out what I've bought when out shopping. So, anyone want to buy some unwanted cheap wrapping paper?! No surprise...no chimney...no Santa...where's my old sock?

Still stuck on the end of your jimmy from last year?

Jack Regan 23-12-2015 04:40 PM

People who are off work and decide that the best thing they can do with their time is bring their kids up town and show them where they work. Stupid bastards.

Also, women who've left work due to having a baby who bring the baby back to work to show to their former colleagues who aren't interested, but pretend they are. Why don't security put a stop to this stupid ritual?

Jukesy 23-12-2015 04:43 PM

Jose Mourinho being linked to the Man U job by his "Super Agent" Jorge Mendez - WTF makes him super - the blood sucking parasite

the drexciyan 23-12-2015 04:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jack Regan (Post 12719697)
People who are off work and decide that the best thing they can do with their time is bring their kids up town and show them where they work. Stupid bastards.

Also, women who've left work due to having a baby who bring the baby back to work to show to their former colleagues who aren't interested, but pretend they are. Why don't security put a stop to this stupid ritual?

You sound like a bitter cleaner who's had to redo the workplace toilets after the kids have been in.

Jack Regan 23-12-2015 04:58 PM

The disposable nappies keep blocking up my khazis, so I've put a notice up

WOULD VISITORS WITH BABIES KINDLY REFRAIN FROM FLUSHING USED NAPPIES DOWN THE KHAZIS AND THESE ARE BLOCKING UP THE KHAZIS AND ARE A HEALTH HAZARD.

Jack Regan 23-12-2015 05:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jukesy (Post 12719703)
Jose Mourinho being linked to the Man U job by his "Super Agent" Jorge Mendez - WTF makes him super - the blood sucking parasite

Simon Jordan had the right idea. Agents fees are paid by the player not the club. Soon put a stop to all this horse shit.

Jim Cannon 23-12-2015 06:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jack Regan (Post 12719697)

Also, women who've left work due to having a baby who bring the baby back to work to show to their former colleagues who aren't interested, but pretend they are. Why don't security put a stop to this stupid ritual?

Too right Jack. Plus these people seem to have no self awareness as to whether anybody even liked them when they worked there. In one company I worked at there were these 2 sisters who were 2 of the most contemptible people you are ever likely to meet. They both fell pregnant around the same time and both left. They appeared together with their babies some time later and walked into the office, and kind of stood near the doors thinking people would jump up and admire their offspring. The thing was 1. It was exceptionally busy and 2. Everybody hated them so nobody got up and so they left.

glenn.f 23-12-2015 06:34 PM

One of those days.....and i have a list. Firstly bloody mince pies, they are everywhere flaming acid indigestion inducing pieces of temptation. Secondly sodding sandwich bags, i swear one day a cleverly tied one by my missus will get me killed. Thirdly, bloody Great Yarmouth, what a hell hole around Christmas time, its bloody chaos. And fourth to that fat headed wnak-stain who drives the grey Mitsubishi Colt along the A47 and A1122 morning and evening, at flat out speed of about 41mph and frustrating the bloody hell out of every poor sod stuck behind him (seen a lorry overtake him on the death humps at Fincham in the past). You sir are a complete bellend that needs a swift kick right up the arse, just to give you an idea of the grief that you are clearly have no clue as to what is going on behind you. Utter twat and witnessing this perk more times than i care to mention has topped the day.
Tomorrow is a new day :D

Fifth: Engine Management lights need destroying.

Jim Cannon 23-12-2015 07:04 PM

This is winding me up and I have mentioned it elsewhere, but it needs to go in here.

We are not "equal 4th". Suddenly we are near the top of the table and GD doesn't count anymore. In 1993, we got relegated on GD, we were not deemed to be "equal" with Oldham were we, and if this season was to end now, would we get a Champions League place? No we would not. Just stop it.

hong_kong_hg 23-12-2015 07:24 PM

:)

danpalace07 23-12-2015 07:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jim Cannon (Post 12719912)
This is winding me up and I have mentioned it elsewhere, but it needs to go in here.

We are not "equal 4th". Suddenly we are near the top of the table and GD doesn't count anymore. In 1993, we got relegated on GD, we were not deemed to be "equal" with Oldham were we, and if this season was to end now, would we get a Champions League place? No we would not. Just stop it.

just shove a knife through our dreams, why don't you

elgin eagle 23-12-2015 07:39 PM

The fact you can't take stuff out of recycling sites to reuse it.

CT_Palace 23-12-2015 10:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jim Cannon (Post 12719912)
This is winding me up and I have mentioned it elsewhere, but it needs to go in here.

We are not "equal 4th". Suddenly we are near the top of the table and GD doesn't count anymore. In 1993, we got relegated on GD, we were not deemed to be "equal" with Oldham were we, and if this season was to end now, would we get a Champions League place? No we would not. Just stop it.

I'm out tonight with an Everton, a Norwich, a WBA, a Leeds, a WHam and an Arse and I will absolutely be telling them we're =4th.

Oh and to keep the thread on track: people who want to piss on my bantz.

Vintage Eagle 24-12-2015 12:35 AM

:( Late night pooh! It's happening regularly lately. Fall asleep in front of tv, wake desperate to go to bed and there it is . . . The Turd. Inconvenient and on thread annoying.

mroakley9 24-12-2015 12:39 AM

Children

Nork1 24-12-2015 01:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Vintage Eagle (Post 12720219)
:( Late night pooh! It's happening regularly lately. Fall asleep in front of tv, wake desperate to go to bed and there it is . . . The Turd. Inconvenient and on thread annoying.

At least you wake up.

Palace Yankee 24-12-2015 01:48 AM

I assume someone's mentioned 'naggers' along the way?

If not, mark me down for that.

Hedgehog 24-12-2015 01:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CT_Palace (Post 12720064)
I'm out tonight with an Everton, a Norwich, a WBA, a Leeds, a WHam and an Arse and I will absolutely be telling them we're =4th.

Oh and to keep the thread on track: people who want to piss on my bantz.

What's with the hip lingo CT?

Never thought I would say this, but have to feel sorry for your Leeds supporting acquaintance in that company!

It's a bit like my 3 buddies from school days - the Christmas banter this year was hard on one of them as a Charlton fan. Then again I suppose it was me for many years there.

Jack Regan 24-12-2015 09:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jim Cannon (Post 12719827)
Too right Jack. Plus these people seem to have no self awareness as to whether anybody even liked them when they worked there. In one company I worked at there were these 2 sisters who were 2 of the most contemptible people you are ever likely to meet. They both fell pregnant around the same time and both left. They appeared together with their babies some time later and walked into the office, and kind of stood near the doors thinking people would jump up and admire their offspring. The thing was 1. It was exceptionally busy and 2. Everybody hated them so nobody got up and so they left.

Brilliant story. I don't know why security didn't stop them at the door and tell them that in the event of a fire or emergency evacuation, their kids pushchairs would impede peoples exits, so sorry, but anyone who wants to see their kids will have to do so down in the freezing car park.

Bones14 24-12-2015 01:44 PM

The grammar Nazis on the bbs.:S:

elgin eagle 24-12-2015 01:53 PM

People who promote cures for baldness.


Fatboy 24-12-2015 01:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vintage Eagle (Post 12720219)
:( Late night pooh! It's happening regularly lately. Fall asleep in front of tv, wake desperate to go to bed and there it is . . . The Turd. Inconvenient and on thread annoying.

Now that would be annoying if your turds were on a thread.

Dingleberries from within !

Jedi's_beard 24-12-2015 02:15 PM

Television talent competitions. Evidence that we are at the fag-end of our civilisation.

Chocky 24-12-2015 02:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jim Cannon (Post 12719827)
Too right Jack. Plus these people seem to have no self awareness as to whether anybody even liked them when they worked there. In one company I worked at there were these 2 sisters who were 2 of the most contemptible people you are ever likely to meet. They both fell pregnant around the same time and both left. They appeared together with their babies some time later and walked into the office, and kind of stood near the doors thinking people would jump up and admire their offspring. The thing was 1. It was exceptionally busy and 2. Everybody hated them so nobody got up and so they left.

All women like that in offices need a 'Taffy'.


biggus mickus 24-12-2015 03:00 PM

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Originally Posted by mroakley9 (Post 12720223)
Children

Repped.


Parents that never, never, never, see the evil/bad behaviour of their own children.

C v n t s.

strawberry mivi 24-12-2015 07:02 PM

9 lessons & carols where you don't recognise any of the carols - modern tuneless composer wankers.

mroakley9 24-12-2015 08:00 PM

Children waking me up at 6 o'clock. I could not give two fifths of a **** if it's Christmas, let me ******* sleep in you little shits.

Chocky 24-12-2015 08:06 PM

Sky Sports News making a big thing about Hasselhoff's pretend support of Partick Thistle. His whole life is one fake piece of shit, f*ck off c*nt.

cappuccinoeagle 24-12-2015 09:25 PM

Two minutes into Pointless Celebrities Su Pollard which proves the old adage empty vessels make the most noise, and The Krankies

Dorking .Eagle 24-12-2015 09:32 PM

Chas 'n' Dave Christmas Specials

Harry Bassett 24-12-2015 09:42 PM

So called celebrities should all sent to Outer Mongolia on an everlasting world tour and as Its Christmas I considered not mentioning Keith effing Lemon and for good measure can I just chuck in James Corden---what is it with these people? are they supposed to make me or any other miserable sod laugh!

Miranda Hart
"etc etc
ad infinite bleedin nitum... add crap names of your choice.

Happy bloody Christmas

little al 24-12-2015 09:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Dorking .Eagle (Post 12721093)
Chas 'n' Dave Christmas Specials

What channel? I love Chas n Dave.

Jedi's_beard 24-12-2015 10:25 PM

Bruce Forsyth

Hedgehog 24-12-2015 10:30 PM

My house is getting pretty annoying... it is full to the brim, there is no room in closets, or in cupboards, the shelves are all full, every draw is stuffed.

I guess after 23 years in the same house it just gets filled up... time for a good old clear out I think.

DARZET EAGLE 24-12-2015 11:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12721125)
My house is getting pretty annoying... it is full to the brim, there is no room in closets, or in cupboards, the shelves are all full, every draw is stuffed.

I guess after 23 years in the same house it just gets filled up... time for a good old clear out I think.

How about a 'garage sale'?

postman plod 24-12-2015 11:20 PM

Janet Street Porter. Goofy bitch

Jedi's_beard 24-12-2015 11:24 PM

lying blissfully asleep on a christmas morning. And being woken by kids jumping on your nads shouting that Santa has been to the house.

elgin eagle 24-12-2015 11:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12721125)
My house is getting pretty annoying... it is full to the brim, there is no room in closets, or in cupboards, the shelves are all full, every draw is stuffed.

I guess after 23 years in the same house it just gets filled up... time for a good old clear out I think.

Wait till you have 3 places full with junk, and the stuff you need is always in one of the other 2 :) Thats really annoying. You can't even claim it'll come in handy when its either 500 or 2000 miles away.

Hedgehog 24-12-2015 11:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DARZET EAGLE (Post 12721143)
How about a 'garage sale'?

A trip to the charity shop more likely.

ExiledStirling 25-12-2015 12:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12721042)
Sky Sports News making a big thing about Hasselhoff's pretend support of Partick Thistle. His whole life is one fake piece of shit, f*ck off c*nt.

You do realise you are talking about the guy that helped bring down the Berlin Wall, helped to end the cold war and helped to rebuild Germany.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/berlin-wall...ermany-1473553

SA Eagle 25-12-2015 12:17 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 12721177)
You do realise you are talking about the guy that helped bring down the Berlin Wall, helped to end the cold war and helped to rebuild Germany.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/berlin-wall...ermany-1473553

And drove a talking car!

CPFC2010ANDON 25-12-2015 01:27 AM

Santa Claus! He's Father ****** Christmas!

Hibernator 25-12-2015 03:49 AM

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Originally Posted by CPFC2010ANDON (Post 12721227)
Santa Claus! He's Father ****** Christmas!

Do you still teach languages?

Hedgehog 25-12-2015 05:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DARZET EAGLE (Post 12721143)
How about a 'garage sale'?

BTW - I appreciate your "Americanism".

Hopefully as you typed it you were pronouncing it "Garr-raj" in your head and not "Gar-ridge". :hi:

Pat of the Palace 25-12-2015 09:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12721278)
BTW - I appreciate your "Americanism".

Hopefully as you typed it you were pronouncing it "Garr-raj" in your head and not "Gar-ridge". :hi:

I did. Doh!;)


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