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KentEagle1 15-01-2015 12:03 PM

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Originally Posted by spike (Post 12177577)
People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.

This but with buses

Selhurst Celtic 15-01-2015 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12176894)
Utter f*ckwits. Perhaps sometimes you're at an amazing restaurant and the presentation of the food looks wonderful and maybe worth a quick snap of it (although I don't, too hungry) but then leave it at that. But no, they have to upload it to bloody Facebook right there and then. Can't it wait you pricks?

A pub around the corner had a sign outside that said: Instagram your pub lunch here and receive a free punch in the face.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-9LqxOh5G7g...gram-lunch.jpg

Yoda 15-01-2015 12:25 PM

[QUOTE=spike;12177577]People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.[/

Yes...sometimes you have no option but to walk purposely forward and be prepared to give a bit of a shove past.

I usually accompany this action with ' if you don't let us off, you can't get on can you!'.

Needs must sometimes.

Adlerhorst 15-01-2015 12:31 PM

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Originally Posted by spike (Post 12177577)
People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.

Have you just had an encounter with Belsize Park tube's "Pushy woman"? Normally there around 8.15am, late forties, dark hair.

kiralyspyjamas 15-01-2015 12:37 PM

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Originally Posted by spike (Post 12177577)
People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.

Anyone that does this as I'm getting off a tube ends up getting shoved onto the platform as I barge past...

Selhurst Celtic 15-01-2015 12:41 PM

[QUOTE=Yoda;12177609]
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Originally Posted by spike (Post 12177577)
People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.[/

Yes...sometimes you have no option but to walk purposely forward and be prepared to give a bit of a shove past.

I usually accompany this action with ' if you don't let us off, you can't get on can you!'.

Needs must sometimes.

Arms outstretched and 'clothes line' everyone off onto the platform like a latter day Hulk Hogan. It's one of lifes simple pleasures.

glenn.f 15-01-2015 01:01 PM

People ringing up for work and assuming we run an appointment service because they have to go shopping or need more sleep. Yes you pricks I'll needlessly finish late just because your emergency blockage is that urgent that you can book it at convenient time for you.
Wankers see how you like it when it gets cancelled for real emergency's.

Yoda 15-01-2015 01:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Adlerhorst (Post 12177619)
Have you just had an encounter with Belsize Park tube's "Pushy woman"? Normally there around 8.15am, late forties, dark hair.

I suggest you give her the 'rucksack treatment'.

I often have a small size rucksack with me, and if you hang one off one shoulder it can be a useful device with which to knock (accidentally/on purpose) the worse offenders back an extra foot when you can't get off your train!

OriginalNutter 15-01-2015 01:27 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 12176885)
Slush. What a pile of shit that is.

And puppies. What an annoying little yappy cack making machines.

elgin eagle 15-01-2015 03:19 PM

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Originally Posted by OriginalNutter (Post 12177729)
And puppies. What an annoying little yappy cack making machines.

Hmm i dunno. Used to quite partial to the lemon and lime bugger, and grape wasn't bad either. The brain freeze used to suck though, i agree.

danpalace07 15-01-2015 03:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Skiddo (Post 12177059)
"Proper munch! Then I'm gonna spend the afternoon having a duvet day watching DVDs and eating loads of chocolate. Diet starts Monday! *insert monkey emoticon covering his eyes*"

These people are also the people below:

http://i.imgur.com/r663w1x.png

twats

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Originally Posted by ChaceTheAce (Post 12177547)
Worst was Christmas dinner. Yikes. I even saw one with ketchup on it. Disgusting. :hmph:

WTF...

Jim Cannon 15-01-2015 03:38 PM

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Originally Posted by spike (Post 12177577)
People getting on trains or tubes who either block the exit, or even worse get on before you have had a chance to get off.

Yes. Also there are people who go into some kind of terror and panic the moment a train pulls away from the stop immediately preceding their stop. You know the ones, they get up and push and shove their way to the doors as though nobody else is going to be getting off and they will be stranded on the bloody train.

cranesparkeagle 15-01-2015 03:56 PM

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Originally Posted by mushroom (Post 12065499)
Working class Tories.

Champagne socialists

ConCPFC 15-01-2015 04:14 PM

Work drinks. I dislike each and every one of you intensely for the 50 odd hours a week we spend together, I don't want to spend any remaining time I have with you.

People from the home counties with mockney accents.
West ham fans- I'm looking at you

People holding the door open for me when I'm about 10 metres down the corridor and having to break into an awkward jog, then having to thank them for their courtesy.

Being the youngest at work by 10 years and people saying I'm quiet when the usual topic of conversation is mortgages and previous jobs. (Usually when having to show my face at 'work drinks')

hatter8142 15-01-2015 04:25 PM

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Originally Posted by ConCPFC (Post 12178095)
Work drinks. I dislike each and every one of you intensely for the 50 odd hours a week we spend together, I don't want to spend any remaining time I have with you.

People from the home counties with mockney accents.
West ham fans- I'm looking at you

People holding the door open for me when I'm about 10 metres down the corridor and having to break into an awkward jog, then having to thank them for their courtesy.

Being the youngest at work by 10 years and people saying I'm quiet when the usual topic of conversation is mortgages and previous jobs. (Usually when having to show my face at 'work drinks')

Yep to the first one

ConCPFC 15-01-2015 04:31 PM

Having to get the tea for the team. Bruv, I have stuff to do as well

elgin eagle 15-01-2015 04:40 PM

People who say "united" and "city" and believe it only applies to the Manchester versions. Feck off :grrr:

AndyStreet 15-01-2015 04:42 PM

People who edit Wikipedia frivolously.

Selhurst Celtic 15-01-2015 04:49 PM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 12178147)
People who say "united" and "city" and believe it only applies to the Manchester versions. Feck off :grrr:

They are easily fished.

Me: "Who do you support?"
South London accent: "United"
Me: "Sutton, hey? Fair play."
South London accent: "Nah mate, Man United."
Me: "F** off you c***."

PeterH 15-01-2015 05:02 PM

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Originally Posted by AndyStreet (Post 12178154)
People who edit Wikipedia frivolously.

Ooh. I did that once Re: Brighton. That time a couple of yeasr back when they truly thought they were destined to be playing Champions League football.


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