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  • Birthday 01/01/1984

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  1. Lost count of how many times Wilson has blamed "individual mistakes" in his post match interview (must be upwards of a dozen). Thou doth protest too much.
  2. Phone helplines which punctuate the waiting music with "thanks for holding on..." every ten secs. It's just irritating and simply gets your hopes up whenever they break the otherwise ambient music.
  3. Wife says "Best Western?" Cockney w****r shouts back "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
  4. F*** that. There's enough paperwork. I know those who have actually read at least the majority of the risk assessment docs as they always enquire about the line "never accept live ammunition from lost delivery drivers asking you to pass such goods on to a third party", which I added after that very almost happened.
  5. Of course! That's what the macaroni burger was missing... pasta.
  6. I've discovered that my local butcher does 'macaroni burgers' (i.e. not burger and macaroni , macaroni and burger or macaroni and cheese burger etc) which consist of beef burger meat mixed in with macaroni cheese with a further injection of cheddar which bubbles out as it cooks. I have since learned to top it with a few slices of vintage extra mature cheese, and I hope it doesn't sound arrogant when I say that this combo in a roll is mankind's greatest ever achievement.
  7. This mindset genuine infuriates me, particularly when folk just dump their litter on an existing pile that somebody started beside a bin because it was full. Possibly the reason it enrages me so much is that I sometimes lead field trips for so-called grown adults who consistently just follow the person in front. I've had a couple of near misses where somebody has walked out into oncoming traffic without looking (in one case the car came to a screeching halt), just because the person in front of them walked out. What they evidently fail to realise is that in a line of ten, the person who safely walked out first did so about 20 secs before. Try briefing adults on how to cross a busy road without pissing them off btw (which I have to do to cover my own arse in the case of fatality). I've also learned that saying "don't stand under the crumbling overhanging cliff" translates into "stand under the overhanging cliff". Eta: I once told a relatively elderly guy not to take a shortcut over a bunch of rocks. This resulted in him saying "I'm not a child", walking onto the rocks, tripping on the rocks and splitting his temple wide open on said rocks (as well as f***ing his arm up). Trying to administer first aid whilst simultaneously wanting to dish out a serious kick in the pie is an interesting experience.
  8. 'Macaroni and cheese' is an Americanism, and we all know that American naming conventions are best avoided. In these fair lands it's simply 'macaroni cheese'. Deal with it. Wikipedia https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/macaronicheese_83521 https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/pasta-recipes/macaroni-cheese/ Nigella kens the distinction: https://www.nigella.com/recipes/sweet-potato-macaroni-cheese https://www.nigella.com/recipes/members/patticakess-american-mac-and-cheese
  9. When are St Johnstone finally going to change their name to Perth Saint Germain?
  10. FWIW, I still find it funny that the cooncil high school in St Andrews is called Madras College.
  11. Kinlochbervie has a roundabout and set of traffic lights that were placed there simply for the benefit of learner drivers in the NW Sutherland area.
  12. I never see this. Folk with headphones talking out loud as if they have an imaginary friend with them, yes, but never on loudspeaker as you describe.
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