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Stellavista 16-12-2014 08:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Mat ov CPFC (Post 12116265)
Not so sure. Surely it would need to be a branded type of biscuit for that ?

Cotswold Dungnuts Artisanal organic, baked by the wife of an ex-stockbroker. She's probably called Lucinda.
Each pack contains the tears of at least a dozen sink estate kids.

glenn.f 16-12-2014 09:48 PM

Itches in the middle of your back, your foot when driving or in unreachable parts of your scrotum.

Gooders 16-12-2014 10:26 PM

There's no such thing as an unreachable part of your scrotum. :p

glenn.f 16-12-2014 10:30 PM

In a hurry there is, usually resulting in sensitive ball action.

Icy 17-12-2014 03:08 PM

Taptalk and any other forum apps
Being directed to mobile sites instead of the full web page
People that walk slow / cant walk in a ******* straight line / walk whilst texting etc - get out the ******* way because I will bin you over

Chris K 17-12-2014 06:25 PM

Click bait or whatever it is. "Blah blah blah and you'll never guess what happened" in a vain attempt to make you click to the story (connecting adverts).

Like that one the other week. "This man bought this homeless bloke a cup of coffee from Pret everyday on the way to work and you'll never guess how he repaid him". I thought that may be interesting, what happened? He gave him a Christmas card. Great. That's the least he could do IMO.

'Never guess' would be a more appropriate term if he gave him a rimming or bought him a car

Joe85 17-12-2014 10:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Chris K (Post 12119527)
Click bait or whatever it is. "Blah blah blah and you'll never guess what happened" in a vain attempt to make you click to the story (connecting adverts).

Like that one the other week. "This man bought this homeless bloke a cup of coffee from Pret everyday on the way to work and you'll never guess how he repaid him". I thought that may be interesting, what happened? He gave him a Christmas card. Great. That's the least he could do IMO.

'Never guess' would be a more appropriate term if he gave him a rimming or bought him a car

Got a link?

Selhurst Celtic 17-12-2014 10:30 PM

It's probably on TheGliff.

PM Kirby.

Selhurst Celtic 17-12-2014 10:39 PM

People that shorten 'potatoes' to 'pots'.
People that shorten 'radiators' to 'rads'.

If I ever found myself in the situation where someone said 'my rads are so hot they could roast pots!' my temper and aggression would reach 'a silverback gorilla whose testicles had just been flicked by a wet towel' levels.

IpswichEagle 17-12-2014 10:50 PM

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Originally Posted by EagleSE24 (Post 12111688)
People who scream, shout and swear at their children. It's more than annoyance though. It makes me sad.

When I hear a mother screaming at a 2 year old "Sit down you little shit or I'll get really angry. You've been a pain in the arse all day, just ******* behave", it makes my heart sink.

I once heard a 'dad' scream -

"what are you f****** doing, put it down you f****** little tramp" to a little girl, maybe 4 or 5, who picked something up off the pavement.

One of the few times i've ever done the un-british thing and actually said something / got involved.

mushroom 17-12-2014 11:07 PM

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Originally Posted by IpswichEagle (Post 12119887)
I once heard a 'dad' scream -

"what are you f****** doing, put it down you f****** little tramp" to a little girl, maybe 4 or 5, who picked something up off the pavement.

One of the few times i've ever done the un-british thing and actually said something / got involved.

I once saw a 4/5 yr old with a t-shirt that said "this bitch bites"
Who makes a t-shirt with that slogan in child size!!

CharlieCPFC 17-12-2014 11:30 PM

Seeing clueless parents on sidelines shout/give incorrect information to children playing Football. Although its mainly the shouting, it does much more negative than positive for the child believe me. We've all seen them.

Stellavista 17-12-2014 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by CharlieCPFC (Post 12119949)
Seeing clueless parents on sidelines shout/give incorrect information to children playing Football. Although its mainly the shouting, it does much more negative than positive for the child believe me. We've all seen them.

Some of the coaches I've witnessed have been worse.

Pint of Speroni 18-12-2014 12:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Chris K (Post 12119527)
Click bait or whatever it is. "Blah blah blah and you'll never guess what happened" in a vain attempt to make you click to the story (connecting adverts).

Like that one the other week. "This man bought this homeless bloke a cup of coffee from Pret everyday on the way to work and you'll never guess how he repaid him". I thought that may be interesting, what happened? He gave him a Christmas card. Great. That's the least he could do IMO.

'Never guess' would be a more appropriate term if he gave him a rimming or bought him a car

These 654 things annoy EVERYONE! This is probably the best list of "things that annoy me" that you'll see today! Number 6 is spot on! Link

Skiddo 18-12-2014 12:07 AM

Things that annoy you
 
People that can't distinguish between 'bought' and 'brought'

"I brought a Mars bar for 60p the other day"

"You took a Mars bar to 60p did you? Who's he?"

kayjay 18-12-2014 01:52 AM

Teachers who use Dr in their title.

danpalace07 18-12-2014 02:52 AM

Coffee shops that brew their drinks too hot, particularly Americano's. Look, Caffe Nero, we both know you're average at best compared to most of the coffee shops in London but is not burning my tongue and losing the sense of taste for a couple of days too much to ask for?

Away 18-12-2014 05:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Chris K (Post 12113785)
Christmas jumpers. Seriously, when did this become a 'thing'?

"Oooo look at how whacky and ironic I'm being wearing a shit jumper. Honestly, you best watch out for me, anything could happen! LOL! Haha!"

The west end and Peterborough the last two weekends have been full of people in the evenings going up to each other going "haha I'm wearing a jumper that makes me look like a bellend, that's a great jumper that makes you look like a bellend too. Haha what a great time we're all having, aren't we just the guys ey?!"

No, bugger off.

I'd hazard a guess that there's a positive correlation between people that wear Christmas jumpers and people that plastered Facebook and other forms of social media with their completely mental Ice Bucket Challenge videos earlier this year

Nicely put.

Snikt5 18-12-2014 07:36 AM

Adversely I bet there is a direct correlation between those that don't wear xmas jumpers, did not do the ice bucket challenge and put down those that watch the x - factor.

Whilst I am not fond of any of the above, people that feel the need to point out their superiority and ridicule the said collection of harmless people annoy me more.

WLYWLYAWYPWF 18-12-2014 08:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Snikt5 (Post 12120083)
Adversely I bet there is a direct correlation between those that don't wear xmas jumpers, did not do the ice bucket challenge and put down those that watch the x - factor.

Whilst I am not fond of any of the above, people that feel the need to point out their superiority and ridicule the said collection of harmless people annoy me more.

Conversely?


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