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Old 05-12-2003, 00:05   #31
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Re: Annoying things in life

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I actually confront these people now in car parks with the words "Oi, move ya ****in car"
I used to as well. Hardly anyone admitted they were in the wrong. Most gave me abuse as if it was my fault that they were a**holes!
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Old 05-12-2003, 00:08   #32
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Re: Annoying things in life

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Old 05-12-2003, 00:11   #33
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Re: Annoying things in life

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Your girlfriend invites a few of her friends from work and their boyfriends out for a drink with you. All the girls go to the toilet together and the guys (who have never met before) are left sat there for ages trying to make conversation like, "did ya see the match last night?".
I always thought it was a myth about women always going to the toilet but I took my mate's girlfriend out (no not like that) and she seemed to spend more time in the loo than anywhere else. They bond in there, that much I know - dunno why
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Old 05-12-2003, 00:12   #34
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Re: Annoying things in life

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You know what I find the most annoying Russ D? People who screw you and your family over right under your nose, then feed you a pack of lies....then continue to feed you a pack of lies with absolutely no intention of rectifying the harm caused....while all the while putting on a friendly face and making endless empty promises. and then (!) completely blanking you thinking they've got away with it leaving masses of damage behind.

I suggest you get in touch, i know how you feel about having your personal life out in the open.

Speak soon hunni, bottoms up

Apologies to anyone else who had to read this
Why apologize? It's clearly personal stuff, better not to have sprayed it all over the public forum in the first place, surely?
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Old 05-12-2003, 00:12   #35
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No it's just someone else who has a personal issue with me.

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Old 05-12-2003, 00:16   #36
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Re: Annoying things in life

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Don't get me started
Oh I know. I'm applying for rehousing because of anti-social behaviour problems. The Housing Advice Centre on Eastgate in Leeds is just shocking - makes the DSS look clean. Jammed to the rafters with asylum seekers. Don't have a problem with them but their English isn't too good (understandable) and they often have complex problems to sort out - the rest of us have to wait. Should setup a seperate place for them, staffed with more experienced people who can speak the main Asian, African and European languages. I have to go back tomorrow but I've been warned that the queue will stretch right round onto Briggate (few hundred yards). Will have to get there at least an hour early. Unbelievable. Government needs to seriously rethink most of its social policy.
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Old 05-12-2003, 00:19   #37
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Re: Annoying things in life

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People who say "axe" instead of "ask"

you do know due to the way some peoples speech is 'shaped' they cannot help saying that...........
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Re: Annoying things in life

people who say "me" instead of "my" and gratuitous overuse of emoticons REALLY get's on my wick.
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Re: Annoying things in life

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people who say "me" instead of "my" and gratuitous overuse of emoticons REALLY get's on my wick.
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Re: Annoying things in life

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I always thought it was a myth about women always going to the toilet but I took my mate's girlfriend out (no not like that) and she seemed to spend more time in the loo than anywhere else. They bond in there, that much I know - dunno why
They are talking about us in there.
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Old 05-12-2003, 01:40   #41
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Re: Annoying things in life

Ohh, where to start?
  • When a train is late/cancelled, and we (the long suffering passengers) are told NOTHING. Why not tell us why?
  • When a train is late/cancelled, and we are told it is because it was late on it's previous journey. That's not a real reason. Tell us the real reason!
  • I work in technical support. It really irritates me when a user asks me a question, listens to my answer then tells me I am wrong. I feel like saying "If you KNOW the answer, why ask ME?"
  • On a related note. I hate it when said user listens to my advice, doesn't follow it and then complains when everything goes wrong.
  • People that make lists with points.... Doh!
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Re: Annoying things in life

I've been on trains all of two times in my life. Heh.
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Old 05-12-2003, 10:56   #43
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Re: Annoying things in life

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This dog fouling? Wouldn't the RSPCA have something to say about it?
I just thought it was so much nicer than putting Dog s***!
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Re: Annoying things in life

Lets see PEOPLE WHO INSIST ON TYPING LIKE THIS.

People who seem to be deliberatly parking in our allocated space (we've politely told him twice that it ours (Its in the deeds!) and he still parks there)

The council that can fail repeatedly to sort out your DD for the council tax and still take you to court for non payment.

Drivers who drive right up behind you in the fast lane of the dual carrage way when you are doing the legal limit and flash there lights cos they want to get past.

Anyone in a BMW. (except the nice Gent who I saw over the weekend who was driving at a sensible speed and with due care and attention)

must calm down...
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(except the nice Gent who I saw over the weekend who was driving at a sensible speed and with due care and attention)
Must have been his mates' car then :p
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