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19 minutes ago, Unleash The Nade said:

Anyone who wears Stone Island clothing 

Anyone who gets wound up about people who wear Stone Island. 

It’s a jumper, mate. :lol: 

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Don’t they normally go about door knocking in pairs. wear brown suits, white shirt and tie, speak with a septic accent and usually ride bikes or is that the Watchtower mob?

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15 minutes ago, Karpaty said:

Anyone who gets wound up about people who wear Stone Island. 

It’s a jumper, mate. :lol: 

^^^

Ned found 

Who said I’m wound up ? 

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Folk who dress their job up to sound far more important than it actually is.

I know a lassie who's a barber.  She calls all her customers 'clients'.   Makes her sound like a prossie.  You cut old men's hair at 9 quid a pop.  You aren't doing the hair at the Paris Fashion Show hen.

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14 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

 

  She calls all her customers 'clients'.  

Looks like you fell for the old “ I’m a hairdresser story “ 

Edited by Unleash The Nade

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28 minutes ago, NewBornBairn said:

Folk with personal calling cards

Like the wet bandits/sticky bandits.

21 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

Folk who dress their job up to sound far more important than it actually is.

I know a lassie who's a barber.  She calls all her customers 'clients'.   Makes her sound like a prossie.  You cut old men's hair at 9 quid a pop.  You aren't doing the hair at the Paris Fashion Show hen.

I think barbers can call their customers clients if they have to phone up and book an appointment but not if they just turn up and wait. 

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Just now, The OP said:

Like the wet bandits/sticky bandits.

I think barbers can call their customers clients if they have to phone up and book an appointment but not if they just turn up and wait. 

Her job is the latter.

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38 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

Folk who dress their job up to sound far more important than it actually is.

I know a lassie who's a barber.  She calls all her customers 'clients'.   Makes her sound like a prossie.  You cut old men's hair at 9 quid a pop.  You aren't doing the hair at the Paris Fashion Show hen.

Social workers who label the people they help "Service Users" rather than "Clients", as the the latter would imply they had rights, and a measure of dignity.

Edited by welshbairn

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Adult men, or anyone over the age of 12, who watches WWF wrestling.
 


It’s called WWE actually.

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people who do not acknowledge that you've voluntarily given way to them or been otherwise accommodating and courteous while driving - or who don't indicate

hope you crash and burn to death in the ensuing fireball, you p***ks

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