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Taking pictures of a stranger's feet - absolute wrongun behaviour. 


I think it may well be illegal behaviour as well.

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7 minutes ago, Rob1885 said:

Go and stop quoting that post with the hoofs please troops.

^ ^ ^

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1 minute ago, effeffsee_the2nd said:

This could be a miserable winter

Winter is shite anyway. I've never understood people who say it's their favourite season - it's cold, it's dark, and it invariably rains!

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9 hours ago, Todd_is_God said:

Haha no not at all.

But they were that appalling that I felt I had to document them.

*inhales sharply through teeth*

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7 minutes ago, Todd_is_God said:

Winter is shite anyway. I've never understood people who say it's their favourite season - it's cold, it's dark, and it invariably rains!

Aye winter is shite.  'Aww I love winter' is almost exclusively spouted by lassies who don't have a job and/or have about 6 kids.  As they get to walk around taking Snapchats or Instagrams of some tree with brown leaves, or one of their litter standing next to the worst snowman ever built.

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11 hours ago, Todd_is_God said:

This is a fair point. It was a very tough situation the SG found themselves in. But whilst they delivered a pretty poor results in terms of deaths and the economy, they got a lot of plaudits early doors for their communication and transparancy, whilst WM were all over the place, and pretty much got away with that without much scrutiny.

They've made a real hash of things since the exams results, though, and, following some bold (and ultimately wrong) claims in the summer, are now just pissing people off with mixed messaging and the same inconsistent application of restrictions backed up with weak / non-existant evidence that WM were ridiculed for, and the seemingly equal lack of a real exit strategy.

The misrepresentation of the care home report conclusion, the salmond saga obstruction, the now evidently fruitless longer lockdown in the summer, and now taking the "more cautious" approach once again are just things that are adding up against them.

Regardless of what happens in May, they've blown an unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate that they can effectively lead Scotland when almost all of the key decisions are in their hands.

and that's sufficient for you to lambast the government at every turn?

16 hours ago, Empty It said:

I am in favour of independence and have voted SNP in every election since I was old enough to vote.

No idea who I will vote for but it certainly wont be SNP.

Like you I've voted SNP at every election since I was old enough to vote.

Unlike you I will still vote for the SNP as I believe in independence and the SNP are the only party that can deliver it.

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3 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

Aye winter is shite.  'Aww I love winter' is almost exclusively spouted by lassies who don't have a job and/or have about 6 kids.  As they get to walk around taking Snapchats or Instagrams of some tree with brown leaves, or one of their litter standing next to the worst snowman ever built.

Winter is brilliant. I love the dark mornings and nights though and could sit outside in the pushing rain and snow until I get hypothermia. The cold that comes with Winter is a bit shit but then, I deal better with that than I do the scorching sun (occasionally) of Summer. 

Autumn > Winter > Spring >> Summer. 

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16 minutes ago, Wee Willie said:

and that's sufficient for you to lambast the government at every turn?

Well... yes? I'm not too sure what's controversial about that.

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Winter is shite anyway. I've never understood people who say it's their favourite season - it's cold, it's dark, and it invariably rains!

Winter is normally Awrite, i do my outdoor hobbies all year round and just dress accordingly. I’m not a drinker so dgaf wbout pubs being shut but i like going out for food. I like meeting friends occasionally, on days when the weather is only good for indoor stuff there was plenty you could be doing . You could even go on holiday ( mrs is from the Caribbean and her family still lives there!)
During lockdown 1 we did not have to stay in our homes at all times despite the message. The weather was nice and it was a bit of a novelty for many. If you’re just going to be staring at 4 walls then we’ll see a return to the cabin fever we had in spring. The lockdown was widely disregarded by early may

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We've just been told that face masks will be compulsory in the classroom for Senior Phase (S4-S6 pupils) from Monday.

They are also consulting with staff to ask if this should also be done for Junior Phase (S1-S3 pupils).

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These traffic jams in / out of Paris makes you realise the bypass isn't that bad after all :lol:

 

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We've just been told that face masks will be compulsory in the classroom for Senior Phase (S4-S6 pupils) from Monday.

They are also consulting with staff to ask if this should also be done for Junior Phase (S1-S3 pupils).

Is this the “additional measures” that are referred to in the schools section of the tier system?

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20 hours ago, BillyAnchor said:

I just received an invite to a Zoom wedding.  Madness. On every level.

How do you excuse yourself from a zoom wedding? "Eh thanks but I've got a pals 40th in the social club that day" "Naw you've no, you're in tier 3.5 ya c**t!"

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The correct order is of course Summer > Winter > Spring > Autumn

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20 minutes ago, RiG said:

These traffic jams in / out of Paris makes you realise the bypass isn't that bad after all :lol:

 

The French are not known for their personal hygiene so this doesn't surprise me. 

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