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Hitchin Eagle 07-01-2015 11:48 PM

Estate agents saying 'baller'. Hope they choke on their coleslaw.

racehorse-80s 07-01-2015 11:49 PM

Noisy eaters ,

Nork1 08-01-2015 12:08 AM

Use of the word 'freaking'. Either swear properly or don't ******* swear at all you *****.

Vince Hilaire's Afro 08-01-2015 12:45 AM

TV producers who allow the football cameras to linger on the goalkeeper five minutes after he's released the ball, whilst all sorts of stuff happens elsewhere on the pitch.

This is of course counterbalanced by those who instruct the cameramen to scour the crowd for large knockered beauties.

Hedgehog 08-01-2015 02:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Vince Hilaire's Afro (Post 12162783)
TV producers who allow the football cameras to linger on the goalkeeper five minutes after he's released the ball, whilst all sorts of stuff happens elsewhere on the pitch.

This is of course counterbalanced by those who instruct the cameramen to scour the crowd for large knockered beauties.

Seems to be getting worse that one - I'm sure you were watching the game Sunday over here. Long shot of Hennessy that they just would not stop to the point he started getting ready for incoming action again.

I've sworn at the TV more than a few times the last few years over this one.

Maybe it is because there are so many games being covered at one time there are not enough true football game producers/directors out there, and they don't understand the way football should be watched.

olly cromwell 08-01-2015 06:33 AM

Drivers who cannot do a right hand turn until there is no traffic visible for at least half a mile

chatham_eagle 08-01-2015 06:42 AM

The phrase "grinds my gears".

Scroatey 08-01-2015 08:06 AM

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Originally Posted by cupid stunt (Post 12160514)
The cinema does have it's perks though, you can get an erection in public and no one will notice as it's so small.

EFA

Santos-er 08-01-2015 08:45 AM

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Originally Posted by olly cromwell (Post 12162826)
Drivers who cannot do a right hand turn until there is no traffic visible for at least half a mile

Yup. Plus drivers who pull out and force you to slow down to avoid hitting them, because either there wasn't enough of a gap or they are too ******* slow/stupid.

And those are turning right to join a road, that seem to forget (or ignore) who has right of way - and expect YOU to give way because they've angled themselves across your path. I particularly enjoy (very slowly) manoeuvring around this special kind of ****wit - and smirking back at the dagger looks coming my way. More often than not it seems to be a woman in a Range Rover or an elderly chap in a Merc.

I would describe myself as a fairly courteous driver, but I don't give an inch to wankers that try to bully courtesy out of other road users.

Chocky 08-01-2015 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Nork1 (Post 12162758)
Use of the word 'freaking'. Either swear properly or don't ******* swear at all you *****.

I totally booking agree.

Skiddo 08-01-2015 10:25 AM

Youngsters, usually girls and women, that throw in the word 'like' at every opportunity.

"I was like so happy that he was like really into me. I couldn't believe it Gemma! It was like totes amazeballs!"


People that the use words such as 'totes', 'amazeballs' and the dreaded 'oh em gee'.

mik59 08-01-2015 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12163112)
Youngsters, usually girls and women, that throw in the word 'like' at every opportunity.

"I was like so happy that he was like really into me. I couldn't believe it Gemma! It was like totes amazeballs!"


People that the use words such as 'totes', 'amazeballs' and the dreaded 'oh em gee'.

"And I was like duhhh". Were you? Why weren't you like an intelligent, grown up person who is in command of their senses? That would be more admirable.

KYLIE MINEAGLE 08-01-2015 10:49 AM

People who say absolutely , instead of yes

Adlerhorst 08-01-2015 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by KYLIE MINEAGLE (Post 12163157)
People who say absolutely , instead of yes

You are rather setting yourself up here.

Chocky 08-01-2015 11:05 AM

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Originally Posted by KYLIE MINEAGLE (Post 12163157)
People who say absolutely , instead of yes

^^^^ This. Absolutely. A million and one percent.

Skiddo 08-01-2015 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by mik59 (Post 12163128)
"And I was like duhhh". Were you? Why weren't you like an intelligent, grown up person who is in command of their senses? That would be more admirable.


"And I was like, duhhhh, HELLO?!"

Worksop Palace 08-01-2015 12:05 PM

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Originally Posted by FORZA SELHURST (Post 12162556)
That was off the top of my head but I googled it to check like and it comes from the same neighbourhood. It's what you could've done.



There you go.

I could have done. But i'm not a google bore fest like some. I prefer to enagage with other humans.

Just saying

art malice 08-01-2015 12:07 PM

Commentators talking about sportsmen 'taking fluids on board'

Dave McGregor 08-01-2015 12:28 PM

Football managers who constantly refer to "the football club". Why can't they just say "the club".

Golf commentators & players who talk about "the golf course". Why can't they just say "the course". After all where else do they play?

Icy 08-01-2015 01:53 PM

Adults that watch superhero films / read Harry Potter style books and not for their children, particularly when they waffle on about how amazing they are.

Spiderman is the intellectual level of my 4 year old daughter. I don't want to hear some ******* ****** gibbering inanely about how great the film is. If you struggle to follow a real plot then go buy some crayons to keep yourself amused and keep your mouth shut.


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