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Eaglettie 19-01-2015 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12187729)
People who make toast or whatever and leave the butter full of their crumbs from their knife. When I'm making a sandwich I don't want half of yours in mine you inconsiderate turds. Same people who swig out of the bottle from the fridge and half their f*cking food they're eating ends up floating about in it.



Yep, that really annoys me too - I end up scraping away all the crumby butter in the bin.

Chocky 19-01-2015 07:54 PM

He might have said freaking because someone else mentioned he hated that word a few pages back :)

Eaglettie 19-01-2015 07:55 PM

Ah - I haven't read back yet :)

Andycol 19-01-2015 08:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Eaglettie (Post 12187809)
:lux::lux::lux:

Why oh why do people replace a swear word with the word 'freaking' or 'frigging' - I can't understand it, if one is going to swear then swear, if not just say the sentence as it is without the euphemisms!

I thought frigging was a swear word in itself?
A female w@nk innit.

Tony Montana 19-01-2015 09:20 PM

People who order coffee in pubs. **** off to Starbucks you *****.

cupid stunt 19-01-2015 09:30 PM

The steep increase in cost to visit the tunnocks factory. I've already started to look at showing blue ribbon my money instead.

cranesparkeagle 19-01-2015 09:51 PM

Cyclists line abreast at waking pace

Pat of the Palace 20-01-2015 12:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12187714)
Innernet.
Dennist.
Los Vegas.
Merry Chrismess.

Parmejan
'Erb

Stellavista 20-01-2015 12:32 AM

'And the soup? It has to be Heinz.'

Jim Cannon 20-01-2015 01:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Tony Montana (Post 12188063)
People who order coffee in pubs. **** off to Starbucks you *****.

So Correct

Skiddo 20-01-2015 01:06 AM

The way the bloke says 'Wickes' on the Wickes advert.

cappuccinoeagle 20-01-2015 01:09 AM

Su Pollard

cappuccinoeagle 20-01-2015 01:10 AM

Su Pollard

Timbo 20-01-2015 02:03 AM

When something even mildly controversial at the club occurs and posters choose to bore on about the BBS going into "meltdown"

Timbo 20-01-2015 02:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12188439)
The way the bloke says 'Wickes' on the Wickes advert.

You know it does you good....

Timbo 20-01-2015 02:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12187729)
People who make toast or whatever and leave the butter full of their crumbs from their knife. When I'm making a sandwich I don't want half of yours in mine you inconsiderate turds. Same people who swig out of the bottle from the fridge and half their f*cking food they're eating ends up floating about in it.

You don't like backwash? :eek:

pumaspalace 20-01-2015 02:45 AM

People on the BBS who constantly post with an agenda - there are a few posters who manage to squeeze their tiresome line of thought into every post they make on every single possible thread even if it's not remotely related. So f*cking boring, give it a rest. We know you, for example, hate Pulis, stop relating him to every post you make!

PIE "N" MASH 20-01-2015 06:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Tony Montana (Post 12188063)
People who order coffee in pubs. **** off to Starbucks you *****.

Also the twats in the petrol station that need their skinny latte with a pastry at 5am.Feck of and let me get me petrol. The petrol station that thinks it's Starbucks. Wankers the lot of them:veryangry

KYLIE MINEAGLE 20-01-2015 06:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Timbo (Post 12188462)
When something even mildly controversial at the club occurs and posters choose to bore on about the BBS going into "meltdown"

See post 3 in the'' Parish considered re hiring Dougie '' thread:D

Jim Cannon 20-01-2015 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by pumaspalace (Post 12188476)
People on the BBS who constantly post with an agenda - there are a few posters who manage to squeeze their tiresome line of thought into every post they make on every single possible thread even if it's not remotely related. So f*cking boring, give it a rest. We know you, for example, hate Pulis, stop relating him to every post you make!

Like a certain poster who somehow manages to slip Wilf into absolutely everything?:D

pumaspalace 20-01-2015 02:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Jim Cannon (Post 12188955)
Like a certain poster who somehow manages to slip Wilf into absolutely everything?:D

Don't know what you're talking about ;)

HOL_Beagle 20-01-2015 03:10 PM

Anyone who says they've been on a 'journey' when describing something which doesn't involve travel.

For example, the politician who describes their career as 'a fascinating journey'. The failed talent show contestant...'Im not sad 'cos I've been on one hell of a journey' etc etc

Arron 20-01-2015 05:51 PM

Auditors from a major supermarket who tell you how you should do things at your company but don't apply any of these standards to themselves. C*nts the lot of 'em.

Crozzy71 20-01-2015 05:51 PM

Timbo.

henryhallandhisbasque 20-01-2015 06:09 PM

People who say 'uni' instead of university. Somebody holding a packet of condoms and a Pot Noodle burning a can I go first stare into your back as you wait at the checkout with your trolley full. Seriously overdoing the term 'young people' during politically correct interviews with Bill Turdbull.

glenn.f 20-01-2015 06:28 PM

Repetition........from words or sentences on an advert ("My car needs a" being a casing point) to stupid sounds played over and again on radio or TV shows or even my old man going around in circles on the phone, repeating himself. It just makes me want to smash things to bits.

old geezer 20-01-2015 06:33 PM

Ed Balls and Ed Milliband - tossers

Harry Bassett 20-01-2015 06:42 PM

Cameron and Osborne--tossers

danpalace07 20-01-2015 07:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12187714)
Innernet.
Dennist.
Los Vegas.
Merry Chrismess.

Vimpto
Expresso
Arks (ask)

X75 20-01-2015 07:21 PM

People saying "what I call" and then say a word that the whole world uses to describe something. This is today's and I am not kidding, when referring to the senior executive of an organisation the term "what I call the CEO" was used, unbelievable.

cardiffeagle 20-01-2015 07:23 PM

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Originally Posted by old geezer (Post 12189795)
Ed Balls and Ed Milliband - tossers

Agreed. Although thankfully, it's clear that you think this is because they are doing their dimwitted best to make the party and politics for which you dearly hold to heart almost completely untenable to the general public.

It's that isn't it?

CT_Palace 20-01-2015 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by danpalace07 (Post 12189839)
Arks (ask)

This with bloody ginormous bells on.
Where the **** did this come from?
An IT guy in the office (now left the company, probably not for this reason, but a worthy sackable offence in my book) used to say arks or acks as the yanks pronounce it. I brought him up on it once. Asked him to say mask for me. Which he could. So I asked him why he couldn't say ask correctly. He took umbrage and didn't reply. I think he was just trying to sound "street". Git.

the drexciyan 20-01-2015 07:39 PM

The more bullshitty aspects of the corporate world do annoy, that is true.

the drexciyan 20-01-2015 07:46 PM

American border control officials. The unnecessary macho tough-guy image to ensure you know the US isn't a doddle to get into you know, what with the terrorists. And who gave them the right to pass judgements on passport photos anyway?

Eaglesfan1 20-01-2015 07:46 PM

Think it's been alluded to earlier in the thread but footballing clichés

EG.
"No easy games at this level"
"A real six pointer!"
"The no 10 role or in the hole"

The last one especially- you don't say a goalkeeper plays in the no 1 role, left back in the no 3 role or a winger in the no 7 role. Just say attacking midfielder FFS.

Oh and one last cliché

"If they appoint Tony Pulis, they won't go down." :D:D

chrisophiex 20-01-2015 07:46 PM

Radio Adverts. Especially ones with young children who talk about things like complicated finance details, as if they are experts.

People who whisper on adverts.

Basically , adverts.

the drexciyan 20-01-2015 07:50 PM

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Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12189918)
Radio Adverts. Especially ones with young children who talk about things likecomplicated finance details, as if they are experts.

People who whisper on adverts.

Basically , adverts.

One for me is when an advert has a bit of success, they spin it off for the next few months and years into a whole family of characters to really milk anything that remotely got a reaction about the original advert. Compare the meerkat and that stupid ******* robot for confused dot com, thats you.

PeterH 20-01-2015 07:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Timbo (Post 12188462)
When something even mildly controversial at the club occurs and posters choose to bore on about the BBS going into "meltdown"

Yep, the BBS has gone into actual 'meltdown' on about 4 occasions.

cupid stunt 20-01-2015 07:55 PM

Career laughers who will howl with joy at any mildly amusing comments from their "superiors" at work. They also display an obvious fake charisma to reel people in. Subtlety is the key, pooh nose, subtlety.

chrisophiex 20-01-2015 07:58 PM

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Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12189922)
One for me is when an advert has a bit of success, they spin it off for the next few months and years into a whole family of characters to really milk anything that remotely got a reaction about the original advert. Compare the meerkat and that stupid ******* robot for confused dot com, thats you.

Spot on. It's almost as if the general public (ergh!) forget what the original concept message is all about, and the new direction metamorphosis into a whole new stratosphere of nonsense !

I'm convinced people are more interested in "collecting" meerkats rather than getting a competitive quote, or whatever that company does :hmph:

Stellavista 20-01-2015 08:01 PM

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Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12189922)
One for me is when an advert has a bit of success, they spin it off for the next few months and years into a whole family of characters to really milk anything that remotely got a reaction about the original advert. Compare the meerkat and that stupid ******* robot for confused dot com, thats you.

F*cking Bisto ads, and those coffee ads with that munter Sharon Maughan.

the drexciyan 20-01-2015 08:07 PM

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Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12189943)
Spot on. It's almost as if the general public (ergh!) forget what the original concept message is all about, and the new direction metamorphosis into a whole new stratosphere of nonsense !

I'm convinced people are more interested in "collecting" meerkats rather than getting a competitive quote, or whatever that company does :hmph:

Aint that the truth. I recall being actually incredulous when i saw that compare the meerkat advert and they were selling the cuddly toy first in front of any original message for what the company actually did in the first place.

Its surely only a matter of time before that ******** robot on prozac is being sold on confused dot com.

chrisophiex 20-01-2015 08:12 PM

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Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12189964)
Aint that the truth. I recall being actually incredulous when i saw that compare the meerkat advert and they were selling the cuddly toy first in front of any original message for what the company actually did in the first place.

Its surely only a matter of time before that ******** robot on prozac is being sold on confused dot com.

Have you seen the recent confused advert? He's only ruddy enlisted all his robot mates to come on an adventure to rescue him ..... Certainly gives Gareth Hunt / Nescafé a run for their money ...... Perhaps Nescafé should have "spun off" and sold toothbrushes or something .

danpalace07 20-01-2015 08:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12189922)
One for me is when an advert has a bit of success, they spin it off for the next few months and years into a whole family of characters to really milk anything that remotely got a reaction about the original advert. Compare the meerkat and that stupid ******* robot for confused dot com, thats you.

I despise having adverts shoved in my face all the time and this doesn't help.

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12189916)
American border control officials. The unnecessary macho tough-guy image to ensure you know the US isn't a doddle to get into you know, what with the terrorists. And who gave them the right to pass judgements on passport photos anyway?

wankers. Absolute wankers. Compare the silent big bald bloke in New Jersey who refused to show any kind of friendliness or humour to the woman at Heathrow who chatted to us (as in my family) happily when we got back. You don't have to treat people like subhuman scum to do your job.

Blind_Eagle 20-01-2015 08:58 PM

People who think that memes are a web based phenomenon and believe that there are certain 'meme' rules that must be followed.

Utter ****wits, the lot of them.

Maybe do some research on the theory behind the concept before showing your ignorance in public? :-)

Icy 20-01-2015 09:24 PM

People that get all self important over job titles.

chrisophiex 20-01-2015 09:33 PM

Getting up in the middle of the night for a piss .

the drexciyan 20-01-2015 10:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12190115)
Getting up in the middle of the night for a piss .

True, the person that invents the App to do that for you will earn a ******* fortune.

Skiddo 21-01-2015 12:02 AM

Office workers that treat a cup of Starbucks coffee like crack cocaine as they march through tube stations holding it in front of themselves.

Hedgehog 21-01-2015 02:24 AM

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Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12190115)
Getting up in the middle of the night for a piss .

I guess the consequences of not doing that might be more annoying!

Hedgehog 21-01-2015 02:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Icy (Post 12190100)
People that get all self important over job titles.

We were only talking about that yesterday. I got an e-mail from some little 5 man company and the guy was calling himself "Director of Quality".

I can just imagine him on holiday telling people, "Oh yes, myself I'm a Director of Quality".

KYLIE MINEAGLE 21-01-2015 02:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12190329)
Office workers that treat a cup of Starbucks coffee like crack cocaine as they march through tube stations holding it in front of themselves.

Not that I have tried it. But I imagine drinking crack cocaine would taste better than Starbucks.

the digger 21-01-2015 03:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Icy (Post 12190100)
People that get all self important over job titles.

I love it when someone tells me they're a Head Chef, only to discover they are the only person working in the kitchen.

It's like declaring yourself Captain of a surfboard.

Reps AJ 21-01-2015 03:40 AM

People who don't appreciate how hard it is to captain a surfboard

Lemming 21-01-2015 04:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12187714)
Innernet.
Dennist.
Los Vegas.
Merry Chrismess.

This one annoys and bemuses me in equal measures.

Lemming 21-01-2015 05:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12189916)
American border control officials. The unnecessary macho tough-guy image to ensure you know the US isn't a doddle to get into you know, what with the terrorists. And who gave them the right to pass judgements on passport photos anyway?

For a country that is so overly friendly once you're in, they sure as heck (see what I did there) don't make you feel welcome at customs.

Customs officer in Las Vegas asked me, “What's the purpose of your visit?”. The overwhelming temptation was to say.....
a. “Take a guess”.
b. “To consume as many drugs and f**k as many prostitutes/hookers as my body can manage”.

The correct answer is of course, “I'm on holiday/vacation”.

Skin Up 21-01-2015 05:32 AM

People who bang on about their politics on facebook, I don't think they care about the cause tbh, just an excuse to show how right on left wing or proper naughty right wing they are like a fashion statement.

wighteagle 21-01-2015 07:06 AM

People that keep saying the word like throughout their sentence. Worst of all is if they do this and then raise the tone of their voice at the end. Drives me up the wall and makes me want to give them a slap.

SeanPalace84 21-01-2015 07:13 AM

When you call up a doctors/company etc only to be met by a secretary that sounds like she's got something stuck up her ass. Whatever you say seems a problem or and you feel like an incontinence. Does my head in.

Pidster 21-01-2015 07:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12190372)
We were only talking about that yesterday. I got an e-mail from some little 5 man company and the guy was calling himself "Director of Quality".

I can just imagine him on holiday telling people, "Oh yes, myself I'm a Director of Quality".

John Lewis Partner.

Shipsisourking 21-01-2015 07:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Icy (Post 12190100)
People that get all self important over job titles.

That's a good one. We have "senior conductors" on the trains at London Midland, there are no other types of conductors working for the company, so why are they called that? :)

ExiledStirling 21-01-2015 07:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Icy (Post 12190100)
People that get all self important over job titles.

I have a friend who is into his job titles. He is trying to get me into the Falkirk FC foundation where he works, to get me some part time IT tutoring work. My first question, naturally, was 'what does it involve?', his response was 'IT tutoring, what job title do you want?'. I said 'I do not care'. He appeared to be shocked.

Anyway, drivers who do not use their indicators, speed cameras in places where they are not needed and speed bumps where they are not needed.

garronrav 21-01-2015 07:56 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 12190453)
I have a friend

NO YOU DON'T

ExiledStirling 21-01-2015 07:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by garronrav (Post 12190460)
NO YOU DON'T

:(

garronrav 21-01-2015 08:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 12190461)
:(

:)

Breaking rocks 21-01-2015 11:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hedgehog (Post 12190372)
We were only talking about that yesterday. I got an e-mail from some little 5 man company and the guy was calling himself "Director of Quality".

I can just imagine him on holiday telling people, "Oh yes, myself I'm a Director of Quality".

I knew a window cleaner who called himself Managing Director. Little p***k.

pallet 21-01-2015 11:43 AM

My kids who don't have the strength to push the light switch to turn a light off.

smileysmith 21-01-2015 11:46 AM

"here here".

Not only is it wrong, but it doesn't make any ******* sense.

Also, its just copying posh politicitians in the first place. Who wants to do that?!!!

Oddjob 21-01-2015 11:48 AM

Couples who have rows on Facebook. So classy.

Breaking rocks 21-01-2015 11:53 AM

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Originally Posted by smileysmith (Post 12190830)
"here here".

Not only is it wrong, but it doesn't make any ******* sense.

Also, its just copying posh politicitians in the first place. Who wants to do that?!!!

C**ts that troll boards looking for something to criticize as they have nothing worthwhile to add themselves.

smileysmith 21-01-2015 11:55 AM

Touched a nerve there.

Breaking rocks 21-01-2015 11:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smileysmith (Post 12190850)
Touched a nerve there.

Proved my point

smileysmith 21-01-2015 12:02 PM

Yes, dear, that's exactly what happened.

I'm assuming you use "here here" then?

Well, try not to get offended when someone gets annoyed by it then.

(BTW, its "hear hear" for future reference. Equally irritating but at least correct.)

Breaking rocks 21-01-2015 12:10 PM

Keyboard warriors,

ConCPFC 21-01-2015 12:37 PM

Facebook giving me a notification when it's someone's birthday. Get one just about every day. Pisses me off

Oddjob 21-01-2015 12:46 PM

I estimate you have 365 friends then

pallet 21-01-2015 01:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Breaking rocks (Post 12190875)
Keyboard warriors,

Really??? Do you want make something of it?










:clown:

Icy 21-01-2015 01:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 12190453)
I have a friend who is into his job titles. He is trying to get me into the Falkirk FC foundation where he works, to get me some part time IT tutoring work. My first question, naturally, was 'what does it involve?', his response was 'IT tutoring, what job title do you want?'. I said 'I do not care'. He appeared to be shocked.

That's time to get creative. Something along the lines of "Web Ninja", "Server Overlord" or "General of Direction" (you can abbreviate in your emails to GOD).

Breaking rocks 21-01-2015 01:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pallet (Post 12191028)
Really??? Do you want make something of it?










:clown:

:D

chrisophiex 21-01-2015 02:02 PM

Impressionists on TV or radio panel shows, who's only purpose is to shoehorn an impression in....

They normally open with "I think if David Beckham were here he'd probably say"..... * cue impression *

WhitehorseN76 21-01-2015 03:02 PM

I've gone for a top 10 that I can think of at the moment:

1. People that call me 'bro'.
2. Getting caught behind slow walkers and not being able to get around them.
3. People that when they write text messages, abbreviate words by one letter. For example 'what' to 'wut'
4. Skinny jeans on men.
5. When i make assumptions that are wrong.
6. When i say 'can i get'. I know the correct way is 'can i have' but for some reason every now and then i'll say it.
7. People that say 'pacific' instead of 'specific'.
8. People that are constantly late when you have arranged a time for something, and you've turned up on time or early.
9. People who talk like they're an expert in something they know little about.
10. People that show so little thought and respect for the people around them.

Icy 21-01-2015 03:26 PM

Virgin media

I only logged on to upgrade and grab BT sport. Through their combination of poor customer service and false advertising I am now looking to switch to BT / Sky - are either of these two any better?

chav_hater 21-01-2015 03:31 PM

People who sign off emails with a single letter. Used to deal a lot with a guy called Ali who would sign off with A. As if you are so busy you can't afford the time to type another two characters.

ChaceTheAce 21-01-2015 03:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Icy (Post 12191356)
Virgin media

I only logged on to upgrade and grab BT sport. Through their combination of poor customer service and false advertising I am now looking to switch to BT / Sky - are either of these two any better?

You could be an absolute moron like me and pay for the BT package for £20 a month on sky.... :rolleyes:

spike 21-01-2015 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12191163)
Impressionists on TV or radio panel shows, who's only purpose is to shoehorn an impression in....

They normally open with "I think if David Beckham were here he'd probably say"..... * cue impression *

Yeah, I'm surprised Alastair McGowan is still allowed on any sort of broadcast.

Vince Hilaire's Afro 21-01-2015 05:21 PM

Pizza toppings. If you want any more than one or two toppings, the cost spirals because for some reason things like onions, peppers and tomatoes are charged the same rate as meat and fish. Tight bastards.

the drexciyan 21-01-2015 05:51 PM

Ex-wives. Hurry the fck up and crash that car (with no other occupants).

chrisophiex 21-01-2015 06:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhitehorseN76 (Post 12191306)
I've gone for a top 10 that I can think of at the moment:

1. People that call me 'bro'.
2. Getting caught behind slow walkers and not being able to get around them.
3. People that when they write text messages, abbreviate words by one letter. For example 'what' to 'wut'
4. Skinny jeans on men.
5. When i make assumptions that are wrong.
6. When i say 'can i get'. I know the correct way is 'can i have' but for some reason every now and then i'll say it.
7. People that say 'pacific' instead of 'specific'.
8. People that are constantly late when you have arranged a time for something, and you've turned up on time or early.
9. People who talk like they're an expert in something they know little about.
10. People that show so little thought and respect for the people around them.


Bro, slow down.

What is wrng with skinny jeans on blks ? You're assuming all jeans are the same style and material, which is not the case.

Can you get some pacifically tight ones and we'll meet up ( shall we say around 7 ish, I'll be there ) and we'll chat about the virtues of mock baroque fashion throughout the ages, which I know all about because I studied it on a train to Carlisle once....whilst eating hot spicy food on my way home .

CT_Palace 21-01-2015 06:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12191718)
Bro, slow down.

What is wrng with skinny jeans on blks ? You're assuming all jeans are the same style and material, which is not the case.

Can you get some pacifically tight ones and we'll meet up ( shall we say around 7 ish, I'll be there ) and we'll chat about the virtues of mock baroque fashion throughout the ages, which I know all about because I studied it on a train to Carlisle once....whilst eating hot spicy food on my way home .


:D :D

the drexciyan 21-01-2015 06:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Icy (Post 12190100)
People that get all self important over job titles.

I came across a Director of Events last week. She was taking the bookings for a conference.

People who call themselves Project Managers who in reality co-ordinate a few things and don't have a clue about what proper PM entails. (Sidetrack, palace fans who call themselves a PM and do fck all whilst being paid for it..)

AndyStreet 21-01-2015 06:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the drexciyan (Post 12191734)
I came across a Director of Events last week. She was taking the bookings for a conference.

I do love a bit of multitasking.

elgin eagle 21-01-2015 07:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AndyStreet (Post 12191773)
I do love a bit of multitasking.

:D

Gym class instructors. By shouting that extra bit louder all its doing is making me angry.

WhitehorseN76 21-01-2015 07:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12191718)
Bro, slow down.

What is wrng with skinny jeans on blks ? You're assuming all jeans are the same style and material, which is not the case.

Can you get some pacifically tight ones and we'll meet up ( shall we say around 7 ish, I'll be there ) and we'll chat about the virtues of mock baroque fashion throughout the ages, which I know all about because I studied it on a train to Carlisle once....whilst eating hot spicy food on my way home .

:p

Chocky 21-01-2015 07:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrisophiex (Post 12191718)
Bro, slow down.

What is wrng with skinny jeans on blks ? You're assuming all jeans are the same style and material, which is not the case.

Can you get some pacifically tight ones and we'll meet up ( shall we say around 7 ish, I'll be there ) and we'll chat about the virtues of mock baroque fashion throughout the ages, which I know all about because I studied it on a train to Carlisle once....whilst eating hot spicy food on my way home .

:D but you forgot to sign off as C.

davech 21-01-2015 08:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 12191863)
:D

Gym class instructors. By shouting that extra bit louder all its doing is making me angry.

On a similar theme, the teleshopping ads for the exercise regimes with all those perma-tanned, narcissistic numpties jiggling around with their sprayed-on sweat smirking inanely at the camera.

"You too can have a body like this in just ten minutes a day. Stupid, fixed grin an optional extra."

SeanPalace84 21-01-2015 08:38 PM

Tottenham fans

Chocky 21-01-2015 08:39 PM

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Originally Posted by davech (Post 12191997)
On a similar theme, the teleshopping ads for the exercise regimes with all those perma-tanned, narcissistic numpties jiggling around with their sprayed-on sweat smirking inanely at the camera.

"You too can have a body like this in just ten minutes a day. Stupid, fixed grin an optional extra."

Those nobends advertise that you can look like them buy jumping about in front of a telly for half an hour a day when they've spend every living minute of their lives going mental in a gym. F*ck off.

elgin eagle 21-01-2015 08:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12192009)
Those nobends advertise that you can look like them buy jumping about in front of a telly for half an hour a day when they've spend every living minute of their lives going mental in a gym. F*ck off.

As a scientific experiment i'm going to see just how loud they can shout by dropping a dumbell on his unsuspecting foot. Lets see you do five more now feckface. I only go in there to be slightly less fat because train driving is hardly condusive to having a body like rambo.

danpalace07 21-01-2015 09:45 PM

Printers. Do they ever work? Even when you think it's alright, give it a month and it'll play up. Feel like throwing the overpriced thing out the window.

the drexciyan 22-01-2015 07:19 AM

The monetisation of the basic human need to use the toilet when in public spaces.


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