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Always Offside 27-01-2015 10:53 PM

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Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12203441)
Donal Macintyre.

Amongst other things the constant milking of his BBC documentary when he got the Chelsea lot sent down. For more reasons than care to be listed the 'hooligan' documentary film he directed has to be the biggest piece of shite that has ever been made on the subject.

This made me Google Chubby Chris. Seems he died in 2013.

Far East Eagle 27-01-2015 10:54 PM

Liverpool and Chelsea.

Stavros 69 27-01-2015 11:14 PM

When people get on a bus
Sit in the aisle seat and stick a bag on the window seat

Precocious.Moi? 27-01-2015 11:24 PM

What's wrong with that? The person doing it gets no one sitting next to him which is a bonus, especially on a bus. It's not their fault if people are too shy, scared, meek to ask him to move over. **** em.

Pat of the Palace 27-01-2015 11:51 PM

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Originally Posted by GreatGonzo (Post 12203449)
People who think that hazard warning lights is an excuse to ignore all the rules of the road and become a hazard. Can drivers especially when they stop in the middle of the road utter *****!

Best not come out here then. The "invisible lights" as I like to call them give you the right amongst other things to go and have breakfast for half the morning (with obligatory brandy in the coffee) while double parked on a busy street or even better a zebra crossing.

chrisophiex 28-01-2015 09:54 AM

Opening credits on tv shows that go on for about 10 minutes.

Raggy 28-01-2015 10:19 AM

People who don't indicate while driving

smileysmith 28-01-2015 03:10 PM

People who say "iPhone" instead of phone.

Its just a ******* phone mate.

EagleSE24 28-01-2015 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12206252)
Opening credits on tv shows that go on for about 10 minutes.

In a similar vein, TV shows made for an American audience that are designed to have ad breaks every 3 minutes. They spend most of the show recapping what's literally just happened for those that had forgotten. See Man vs Food or Kitchen Nightmares USA.

Chocky 28-01-2015 04:51 PM

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Originally Posted by EagleSE24 (Post 12206855)
In a similar vein, TV shows made for an American audience that are designed to have ad breaks every 3 minutes. They spend most of the show recapping what's literally just happened for those that had forgotten. See Man vs Food or Kitchen Nightmares USA.

Bloody annoying and it happens now with UK shows, with the first 2 or 3 minutes telling you 'what's coming up'. Just get on with it we don't need spoilers or to reminded of what we've just seen 4 minutes before the f*cking break. Ironically I'm sure I've moaned about this already on this thread!

CT_Palace 28-01-2015 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by EagleSE24 (Post 12206855)
In a similar vein, TV shows made for an American audience that are designed to have ad breaks every 3 minutes. They spend most of the show recapping what's literally just happened for those that had forgotten. See Man vs Food or Kitchen Nightmares USA.

Cheap and easy way to make a 30 min program a 60 min program.
It's very annoying.

Blind_Eagle 28-01-2015 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by smileysmith (Post 12206845)
People who say "iPhone" instead of phone.

Its just a ******* phone mate.

iPhone is a tad shorter to be fair.

Nork1 29-01-2015 08:27 PM

The 'CPFC...CPFC...CPFC,CPFC,CPFC....' song/chant. This is NOT a dig at the HF as other clubs use their own versions and it's ok in small doses but ******* hell it gets tedious after the first 20 minutes.

Far East Eagle 29-01-2015 08:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12209743)
The 'CPFC...CPFC...CPFC,CPFC,CPFC....' song/chant. This is NOT a dig at the HF as other clubs use their own versions and it's ok in small doses but ******* hell it gets tedious after the first 20 minutes.

as is 20 minutes of "ooooooow" and hand shaking before We Love You

danpalace07 29-01-2015 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12209743)
The 'CPFC...CPFC...CPFC,CPFC,CPFC....' song/chant. This is NOT a dig at the HF as other clubs use their own versions and it's ok in small doses but ******* hell it gets tedious after the first 20 minutes.

It's got better recently, the tempo's picked up a bit

cappuccinoeagle 29-01-2015 11:17 PM

Hugh Laurie in recent years,his obnoxious House character,his dismal blues career and now his frequent voiceovers for ads.I used to like him in Fry and Laurie and Jeeves and Wooster

little al 30-01-2015 05:55 AM

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Originally Posted by cappuccinoeagle (Post 12210113)
Hugh Laurie in recent years,his obnoxious House character,his dismal blues career and now his frequent voiceovers for ads.I used to like him in Fry and Laurie and Jeeves and Wooster

He was great as House.

PIE "N" MASH 30-01-2015 07:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Raggy (Post 12206306)
People who don't indicate while driving

Indeed, ignorant wankers.

the drexciyan 30-01-2015 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Far East Eagle (Post 12209770)
as is 20 minutes of "ooooooow" and hand shaking before We Love You

Oo controversy corner. A slight annoyance at games for me has to be the occasional feckless member of catering staff. Its like some of them haven't added up since they left school.

Mr Statto 30-01-2015 09:23 AM

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Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12210479)
Oo controversy corner. A slight annoyance at games for me has to be the occasional feckless member of catering staff. Its like some of them haven't added up since they left school.

Can work in our favour though - I got a bottle of carling for the price of a bottle of coke last season :lux:

CaterhamEagle 30-01-2015 09:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12209743)
The 'CPFC...CPFC...CPFC,CPFC,CPFC....' song/chant. This is NOT a dig at the HF as other clubs use their own versions and it's ok in small doses but ******* hell it gets tedious after the first 20 minutes.

Have to agree, v dull and even at the faster tempo it just feels like a filler.

Lemming 30-01-2015 10:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Far East Eagle (Post 12209770)
as is 20 minutes of "ooooooow" and hand shaking before We Love You

:lux:

Probably my second most irritating thing at a match.

First of course being the five minutes it takes to produce a cup of tea at half time that is then so hot I have to wait till the injury time board goes up before making a move.

TopKnot 30-01-2015 10:43 AM

people who walk really slowly and erratically in busy areas while staring at their phones. Almost walked into 3 of them this morning alone.

If you are going to look at your phone, stand still and get out of the way of everyone else you twats.

viking's no1 30-01-2015 11:31 AM

People who don't check that they have successfully logged out of the toilet area. Every time it's a gamble as to whether you'll get a floater.

Isle of Wight 30-01-2015 12:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12209743)
The 'CPFC...CPFC...CPFC,CPFC,CPFC....' song/chant. This is NOT a dig at the HF as other clubs use their own versions and it's ok in small doses but ******* hell it gets tedious after the first 20 minutes.

I like it, as I don't forget the words :p

smileysmith 30-01-2015 12:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Blind_Eagle (Post 12207036)
iPhone is a tad shorter to be fair.

:D

Alright, forget ******* phone.

Just call it a phone. :grrr:

kevb 30-01-2015 01:34 PM

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Originally Posted by TopKnot (Post 12210574)
people who walk really slowly and erratically in busy areas while staring at their phones. Almost walked into 3 of them this morning alone.

If you are going to look at your phone, stand still and get out of the way of everyone else you twats.

Had this the other night at London Bridge. Train is called, through the barriers, straight into someone walking ridiculousy slowly as they're typing a message into their phone...... in less than a minute she could have been doing this sitting on the train out of harms way.

cranesparkeagle 30-01-2015 03:52 PM

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Originally Posted by GreatGonzo (Post 12203449)
People who think that hazard warning lights is an excuse to ignore all the rules of the road and become a hazard. Can drivers especially when they stop in the middle of the road utter *****!

I have never driven a can in my life unless you count my Ford Focus :confused:

the drexciyan 30-01-2015 04:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Lemming (Post 12210551)
:lux:

Probably my second most irritating thing at a match.

.

A small price to pay for scoring a goal though.

cappuccinoeagle 30-01-2015 07:53 PM

Football analysts/summarisers who haven't done any research(Gullit and Fowler already mentioned)also Tore Andre Flo,who talks in cliches and generalisations,offers very little.

Top Gear

Chocky 30-01-2015 08:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Far East Eagle (Post 12209770)
as is 20 minutes of "ooooooow" and hand shaking before We Love You

Don't mind that at all after we've scored!

hatter8142 30-01-2015 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Far East Eagle (Post 12209770)
as is 20 minutes of "ooooooow" and hand shaking before We Love You

This This and This.

Chocky 30-01-2015 09:08 PM

I just saw a 'businessman' with his suit jacket over his shoulders. I've not seen that since the posing 80s! Either take it off or wear it properly you stupid nobend. Obviously divorced long ago. Probably in the 80s.

Breaking rocks 30-01-2015 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12211821)
I just saw a 'businessman' with his suit jacket over his shoulders. I've not seen that since the posing 80s! Either take it off or wear it properly you stupid nobend. Obviously divorced long ago. Probably in the 80s.

Do you mean slung over one shoulder and one hand or Del boyish?

Chocky 30-01-2015 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Breaking rocks (Post 12211840)
Do you mean slung over one shoulder and one hand or Del boyish?

Just draped over his shoulders yes like Del Boy.

Breaking rocks 30-01-2015 09:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12211856)
Just draped over his shoulders yes like Del Boy.

Very sad.

Wolfnipplechips 30-01-2015 09:28 PM

Having to pick up my daughter from guides at 9pm on a Friday night.*







* need a beer.

Far East Eagle 30-01-2015 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12211705)
Don't mind that at all after we've scored!

I like the song - but GET ON WITH IT! And why do you never hear 'ole ole ole ole Eagles' anymore? I tried to get it going several times at Villa and no one was having any of it.

Yoda 30-01-2015 09:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12209743)
The 'CPFC...CPFC...CPFC,CPFC,CPFC....' song/chant. This is NOT a dig at the HF as other clubs use their own versions and it's ok in small doses but ******* hell it gets tedious after the first 20 minutes.

I have to second you on that. And what makes it worse, is that most people sing the last letter so flat that I can't help wincing.....it is actually painful to listen to.

FrankieBoy 30-01-2015 09:37 PM

Cars that sit in the outside lane at traffic lights and then decide to indicate they are going to turn right as/after the latest lights go green.��

Stavros 69 30-01-2015 09:37 PM

Tools who don't put gym equipment back in its rightful place.

olly cromwell 30-01-2015 09:38 PM

People who try to start palace songs without running them past the HF conductor.......RUDE SO RUDE

Yoda 30-01-2015 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12211821)
I just saw a 'businessman' with his suit jacket over his shoulders. I've not seen that since the posing 80s! Either take it off or wear it properly you stupid nobend. Obviously divorced long ago. Probably in the 80s.

Remember the other 80s style for jackets.....sleeves pushed up to the elbows was the norm on Miami Vice.

Wolfnipplechips 30-01-2015 09:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Stavros 69 (Post 12211890)
Tools who don't put gym equipment back in its rightful place.

The shed?

Sam Spade 30-01-2015 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Stavros 69 (Post 12211890)
Tools who don't put gym equipment back in its rightful place.

Jim, who doesn't put his tools back in their rightful place.

chrisophiex 30-01-2015 10:10 PM

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Originally Posted by cappuccinoeagle (Post 12211671)
Football analysts/summarisers who haven't done any research(Gullit and Fowler already mentioned)also Tore Andre Flo,who talks in cliches and generalisations,offers very little.

Top Gear

Boris "bleeding obvious" Becker is a shambles on the tennis commentary.

pots1970 30-01-2015 10:19 PM

Effing locking wheel nuts, great idea until the key shatters, and that only happens when you get a poxy flat and you try changing it on the hard shoulder on the m26 whilst its bloody freezing a pitch black. Thank god for the AA.

Breaking rocks 30-01-2015 10:50 PM

DJs.

Untalented twats who smugly steal real musicians limelight as if they are on an equal.

RobCPFC1982 01-02-2015 05:32 PM

Mitchell feckin Johnson. Hate the **** with a passion.

CT_Palace 01-02-2015 05:47 PM

Electric ******* toasters :veryangry:veryangry:veryangry:veryangry


I know everyone will already know that it's impossible to get the right timer setting, I understand that bit - first round the toaster's on a cold start, second round the toaster's already warmed up. Obvious they're going to come out different. But why do they NEVER toast both sides of the bread the same amount???

CT_Palace 01-02-2015 06:14 PM

Australians who answer a question by starting the sentence with "Look"

art malice 02-02-2015 12:45 PM

The expression 'getting some game time'.

Playing, you mean?

Oddjob 02-02-2015 01:56 PM

Anyone who leaves the taps running in bathrooms in public places.............what is the point?

Oddjob 02-02-2015 01:56 PM

Adverts where saying two hundred and ninety nine pounds is too much, instead its 'get this sofa for two nine nine'

liberal clubber 02-02-2015 02:06 PM

danni minogue or kate middleton arriving on my doorstep on their own.
What don't you get about "threesome?"

Breaking rocks 02-02-2015 02:13 PM

Drivers who leave their indicators on for miles.

How can you not notice a green flashing light right in front of you even without the noise it makes!

Polak 02-02-2015 02:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fatboy (Post 12195955)
People getting to the front of a ticket barrier at train or tube station - and then looking for their ticket.

People looking their wallet or purse at a supermarket checkout when all of their shopping's packed away. You've probably been a queue for 10 minutes - get it ready then and don't waste my time.

strolling bones 02-02-2015 03:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Polak (Post 12218070)
People looking their wallet or purse at a supermarket checkout when all of their shopping's packed away. You've probably been a queue for 10 minutes - get it ready then and don't waste my time.

Also getting to the checkout and finding the person in front of you being served knows the cashier , then enduring countless minutes hearing about various ailments, errant children, and are you watching Mr selfridge .

HC17 02-02-2015 03:16 PM

WeightWatchers desserts.

If you're watching your weight, don't have a dessert.

CaterhamEagle 02-02-2015 04:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CT_Palace (Post 12215935)
Australians who answer a question by starting the sentence with "Look"

Mile is a big user of "look", especially in post match interviews...

Skiddo 02-02-2015 04:58 PM

Americans nicking the 's' off Maths and adding it to the end of Sport.


The word 'guy'. If you're British, any one of the following is acceptable:

Bloke
Fella
Chap
Geezer
Lad

It's never 'this guy' or 'a guy'. Everytime I hear it I feel like I'm in an episode of Friends. "This guy was like, totally rude."

Even worse is somebody addressing a group of people with "Hey guys, can I just grab your attention for a quick 5?"

CT_Palace 02-02-2015 05:41 PM

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Originally Posted by CaterhamEagle (Post 12218462)
Mile is a big user of "look", especially in post match interviews...

Aussies can't help it. They all say it.

Stellavista 03-02-2015 02:04 PM

'Uni'. F*ck right off.
I'm glad they're charging you outrageous fees, you c*nt.....

When a student leaves 'uni' for the misery of unemployment, will they call it 'unem'?

danpalace07 03-02-2015 03:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 12221310)
'Uni'. F*ck right off.
I'm glad they're charging you outrageous fees, you c*nt.....

When a student leaves 'uni' for the misery of unemployment, will they call it 'unem'?

Apparently about 98% of people under 25 or so annoy you then by saying 'uni'...

Stellavista 03-02-2015 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by danpalace07 (Post 12221441)
Apparently about 98% of people under 25 or so annoy you then by saying 'uni'...

Sounds about right.

Wolfnipplechips 03-02-2015 03:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12218598)
Americans nicking the 's' off Maths and adding it to the end of Sport.


The word 'guy'. If you're British, any one of the following is acceptable:

Bloke
Fella
Chap
Geezer
Lad

It's never 'this guy' or 'a guy'. Everytime I hear it I feel like I'm in an episode of Friends. "This guy was like, totally rude."

Even worse is somebody addressing a group of people with "Hey guys, can I just grab your attention for a quick 5?"

I think this one must be generational. Is that a word?

I find guy or guys completely acceptable.

Fella on the other hand is totally mockney and gets right up my nose particularly when used to address someone......alright fella? Piss off you Danny Dyer mockney wannabe!

Nothing personal dude....

viking's no1 03-02-2015 03:48 PM

Mark Saggers on Talksport. Just because you shout your point in a loud manner, does not mean that the point you are making is going to be taken any more seriously. Mainly because your point is non-sensical anyway.

Chris K 03-02-2015 03:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12218598)
Americans nicking the 's' off Maths and adding it to the end of Sport.

Or dropping the H from herb so it becomes 'erb. Sorry but you're recommending what I should add to this chicken dish not skinning up some chronic with your homies on the project whilst listening to Run DMC

Chocky 03-02-2015 07:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Far East Eagle (Post 12211878)
I like the song - but GET ON WITH IT! And why do you never hear 'ole ole ole ole Eagles' anymore? I tried to get it going several times at Villa and no one was having any of it.

When the whole of Selhurst Park used to sing Eagles Eagles to Amazing Grace on a floodlit midweek game gave me goosebumps it was incredible.

CT_Palace 03-02-2015 07:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Chris K (Post 12221621)
Or dropping the H from herb so it becomes 'erb.

And the New Yorker's habit of dropping the H from human so it becomes youman.

pumaspalace 03-02-2015 07:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Wolfnipplechips (Post 12221459)
I think this one must be generational. Is that a word?

I find guy or guys completely acceptable.

Fella on the other hand is totally mockney and gets right up my nose particularly when used to address someone......alright fella? Piss off you Danny Dyer mockney wannabe!

Nothing personal dude....

Yep completely agree. If anyone uses 'fella' or 'gezzer' it just sounds so unnatural and like you're trying to be someone you're not. (I should say not everyone sounds stupid saying these words, just the majority - i.e. mockneys).

Chocky 03-02-2015 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CT_Palace (Post 12215881)
Electric ******* toasters :veryangry:veryangry:veryangry:veryangry


I know everyone will already know that it's impossible to get the right timer setting, I understand that bit - first round the toaster's on a cold start, second round the toaster's already warmed up. Obvious they're going to come out different. But why do they NEVER toast both sides of the bread the same amount???

Dropping toast on the floor buttered side up, making liars of us all.

Chocky 03-02-2015 07:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HC17 (Post 12218185)
WeightWatchers desserts.

If you're watching your weight, don't have a dessert.

Most of those Weight Watchers meals and soups are a con. They're basically half portions with the same calories as normal ready meals.

Jim Cannon 03-02-2015 08:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by strolling bones (Post 12218176)
Also getting to the checkout and finding the person in front of you being served knows the cashier , then enduring countless minutes hearing about various ailments, errant children, and are you watching Mr selfridge .

Getting to the checkout after 10 minutes and then another staff member comes over with some bags or something and stops for a chat with the cashier slagging off either their boss or another customer while you stand there waiting. I know your names Sandra and Jackie, next time I see the man in the cheap suit I'm grassing you see how you like that:D

the drexciyan 03-02-2015 08:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 12221310)
'Uni'. F*ck right off.
I'm glad they're charging you outrageous fees, you c*nt.....

When a student leaves 'uni' for the misery of unemployment, will they call it 'unem'?

Hmm i kinda hear you on this. It all started when Neighbours came to british tv in 1987 and Scott and Charlene (kylie) starting banging on about 'going to uni'. After that it's been well and truly at loose in the vocabulary.

Golf Boy 03-02-2015 08:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12222324)
Hmm i kinda hear you on this. It all started when Neighbours came to british tv in 1987 and Scott and Charlene (kylie) starting banging on about 'going to uni'. After that it's been well and truly at loose in the vocabulary.

The irony being everyone actually at 'uni' at the time would have been watching neighbours religiously every day - nobody else would have had the time for daytime TV.

cappuccinoeagle 03-02-2015 08:43 PM

Robert Webb is really annoying,a series of irritating ads,the latest for Post Office Money.Also his smug show,Great Movie Mistakes.

kayjay 03-02-2015 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12222324)
Hmm i kinda hear you on this. It all started when Neighbours came to british tv in 1987 and Scott and Charlene (kylie) starting banging on about 'going to uni'. After that it's been well and truly at loose in the vocabulary.

I think you're crediting Channel 10 script writers with an abbreviation that's been around a lot longer than you suggest.

Stellavista 03-02-2015 08:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Golf Boy (Post 12222346)
The irony being everyone actually at 'uni' at the time would have been watching neighbours religiously every day - nobody else would have had the time for daytime TV.

I was way to stoned to turn the TV on, and everyone else in the house was face down in their own porridge.

the drexciyan 03-02-2015 09:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kayjay (Post 12222365)
I think you're crediting Channel 10 script writers with an abbreviation that's been around a lot longer than you suggest.

No way were english kids saying uni before neighbours. Or maybe it was Home and Away, but Lance wasn't that type of kid.

the drexciyan 03-02-2015 09:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Golf Boy (Post 12222346)
The irony being everyone actually at 'uni' at the time would have been watching neighbours religiously every day - nobody else would have had the time for daytime TV.

Those were the days, Blockbusters, Going for Gold, Neighbours and trying to be arsed to write up some boring Phys. Chem experimental data in between.

Breaking rocks 03-02-2015 09:05 PM

Uni, footie and dobbing all came from those shows.

Breaking rocks 03-02-2015 09:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12222409)
Those were the days, Blockbusters, Going for Gold, Neighbours and trying to be arsed to write up some boring Phys. Chem experimental data in between.

Going for Gold :) Funniest thing was the foreigners (who had to translate each question first before answering) often beat the British contestants.

Blockbusters -loved the Baker Street rumour.

the drexciyan 03-02-2015 09:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Breaking rocks (Post 12222421)
Going for Gold :) Funniest thing was the foreigners (who had to translate each question first before answering) often beat the British contestants.

Blockbusters -loved the Baker Street rumour.

That ******* theme tune will annoy someone :D


chrisophiex 03-02-2015 09:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12222409)
Those were the days, Blockbusters, Going for Gold, Neighbours and trying to be arsed to write up some boring Phys. Chem experimental data in between.

In those days you knew you were really lazing around it you watched Neighbours twice in the day !

chrisophiex 03-02-2015 09:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Breaking rocks (Post 12222421)
Blockbusters -loved the Baker Street rumour.

:D

What about that glorious "dance" routine that the student audience did to the theme tune ?

Breaking rocks 03-02-2015 09:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12222515)
:D

What about that glorious "dance" routine that the student audience did to the theme tune ?

:D

the drexciyan 03-02-2015 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12222510)
In those days you knew you were really lazing around it you watched Neighbours twice in the day !

1.35 and 5.35 iirc

little al 03-02-2015 09:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12222515)
:D

What about that glorious "dance" routine that the student audience did to the theme tune ?

:lux::lux::lux:


Isle of Wight 04-02-2015 12:46 AM

Passwords
I have about 60 of the ****ers how are you supposed to remember them all especially when different companies have different rules. Uppercase, lowercase, numbers, symbols no bloody consistency. Oh and my bastard company changes ours every 60 days and they have to be over 12 digits long

TWOSEAT EAGLE 04-02-2015 09:59 AM

Christopher Biggins and his constant over the top fake joviality, when (according to a family member who knows him) he can be a surly, obnoxious prat as soon as the cameras are off.

Skiddo 04-02-2015 01:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wolfnipplechips (Post 12221459)
I think this one must be generational. Is that a word?

I find guy or guys completely acceptable.

Fella on the other hand is totally mockney and gets right up my nose particularly when used to address someone......alright fella? Piss off you Danny Dyer mockney wannabe!

Nothing personal dude....


I was referring more in the sense of "there was a fella/bloke/lad in the pub last night..." way of talking rather than greeting someone with it.

danpalace07 04-02-2015 01:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Isle of Wight (Post 12222827)
Passwords
I have about 60 of the ****ers how are you supposed to remember them all especially when different companies have different rules. Uppercase, lowercase, numbers, symbols no bloody consistency. Oh and my bastard company changes ours every 60 days and they have to be over 12 digits long

Lastpass

Chocky 04-02-2015 04:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12222566)
1.35 and 5.35 iirc

I had just finished watching Neighbours when footage appeared on the TV of a plane smashing into one of the Twin Towers. Then spent the next few hours sat there glued to it. Completely took my mind off Mrs Mangle's chlamydia scare after her one night stand with Bouncer.

Stavros 69 04-02-2015 04:58 PM

Whacky stickers on cars.

"The closer you get, the slower I go"

YOU SHOULD NOT BE DRIVING

Chocky 04-02-2015 05:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TWOSEAT EAGLE (Post 12223011)
Christopher Biggins and his constant over the top fake joviality, when (according to a family member who knows him) he can be a surly, obnoxious prat as soon as the cameras are off.

I've always thought he'd be the next one up on a nonce charge. I saw that fat bastard walking past me outside the record shop near Joe Bananas once (Our Price Records?), good job I didn't have Tourette's in those days.

little al 04-02-2015 08:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12223774)
I've always thought he'd be the next one up on a nonce charge. I saw that fat bastard walking past me outside the record shop near Joe Bananas once (Our Price Records?), good job I didn't have Tourette's in those days.

Biggins was in a 70's porn film called the Sex Thief, I have seen the hardcore copy, it featured Diane Keen sticking her little finger up Gareth Hunt's arse. It seems you can only download the softcore version now :(

Nork1 04-02-2015 10:05 PM

Clubs that employ sad ***** to sit behind the goal and wave big **** off flags when their team scores. Arsenal, Chelsea and... Bolton. Why???

Jim Cannon 04-02-2015 10:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12223774)
I've always thought he'd be the next one up on a nonce charge. I saw that fat bastard walking past me outside the record shop near Joe Bananas once (Our Price Records?), good job I didn't have Tourette's in those days.

The record shop was H and R Cloake and Biggins is a horrible little man

Ruskin Old Boy 04-02-2015 10:38 PM

Neil Danns. Was looking forward not to seeing the scousers back in SE25


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