Discussion in 'Jollies Bar' started by Ninja_Stoker, Oct 6, 2013.
Until you marry them.
I wouldn’t go that far!!
Like interest rates, weights can go up as well as down and your home is at risk if you stop paying interest.
Just went to my local Tesco Farm and annoyingly the Easter Eggs are being sold for a song!! I bought 3
I'm only mildly annoyed because I've grown accustomed to the dressing-up-box which Royals delve into.
The new Secretary of State for Defence was wearing her dolphins yesterday as well. I know that she served in the RNR but I was unaware that she had been a submariner.
the first to answer the new army recruitment adverts:
Beauty is only a light switch away!!
Any port in a storm!
Southport, Newport etc.
Ah... the memories.
A few days ago, I was going back through old posts of mine and clicked a link I once sent to Greywing for a router (I wanted to have a look because it looks so cool) and all of a sudden amazon emails me their top 5 high end routers. This is news to no one but it still kinda infuriates me.
TICKS we have quite hairy dogs that they hide in. RAIN it makes my hairy dogs smell like rotting cabbage. As for wasps, try roofing in July/August on 250m2 worth of French roof in 40 degrees with hundreds of wasps living under the canal tiles. It was the season of very bad language and lots of ouch and antihistamine
*text deleted* have a rant somewhere so here it is...
I went to the CO-OP last night after the gym and held the door open for the lady behind me, I literally became a doorman for 4 others rushing in behind her and not a single person said thank you. To make things worse when the other 4 rushed past the 1st lady she tutted and said something along the lines of "so much for chivalry". Society has become so rude and selfish!
You are not alone. A man collapsed in the sun yesterday and 3 people walked by, One directly over him, without stopping. Still Seething.
Another retail hazard:
A recent experience. Three slow moving elderly ladies were making excruciatingly painful progress through the entrance at my local Lidl store. They were then distracted by the cut flowers which are located there, so fussed about the carnations. No problem for me; I patiently stood behind them as they were clearly unaware of my presence. Then a local man appeared behind me. He is about seven feet tall, clearly has learning difficulties and is sometimes accompanied by a key worker. He is also very polite. So he literally bellowed “Excuse me please!” at maximum volume. The three ladies were very startled and spun around in alarm to glare at me because they assumed that it was I who had shouted at them.
I can black cat that. When I was bumped off my road bike by a van while on a training ride a couple of years back two runners jumped over me as I lay on the pavement. Even better, paramedics were fitting a board under me to lift me into the ambulance at the time! A female police officer chased the runners down and stopped them to give them 'words of advice'.
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