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19 minutes ago, Dele said:

Why shouldn't they?

Not saying that they shouldn’t, but they have all day to go shopping and the shops will still be there at lunchtime. There was actually an argument a few months ago as someone had their trolley on an already packed bus and there was no space for anyone to get off unless they were auditioning for Krypton Factor.

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When something like Comic Relief is on, and every c**t moans about celebrities asking Joe Bloggs for money instead of handing their own dosh over.

Entirely likely that they have donated, potentially a decent sum,but just haven’t boasted about it.

Usually these whinges come from the type who plaster their charitable donations all over Facebook and make sure folk know all about it.

c***s.

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8 hours ago, coprolite said:

no one wants to inherit 4 fray bentos and 3 tins of carrots. 

Speak for yourself.

 

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My father in law had the temerity to leave the Daily Mail in my house.

c**t.

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11 hours ago, IainMorton said:

Not saying that they shouldn’t, but they have all day to go shopping and the shops will still be there at lunchtime. There was actually an argument a few months ago as someone had their trolley on an already packed bus and there was no space for anyone to get off unless they were auditioning for Krypton Factor.

Old folk eh...imagine wanting to go out when they can rather than when it suits others!  They fought 2 wars to get on the bus with their tartan trolleys whenever they wish. 

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12 hours ago, IainMorton said:

Not saying that they shouldn’t, but they have all day to go shopping and the shops will still be there at lunchtime. There was actually an argument a few months ago as someone had their trolley on an already packed bus and there was no space for anyone to get off unless they were auditioning for Krypton Factor.

Nah, get them to f**k at lunchtime too.  You just want to get into Greggs, grab a beefy bake, and get out again as quickly as possible, and there's some auld c**t at the front squeezing every loaf to see which one they are eventually going to buy.

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If you're getting stuff at Gregg's you deserve to go through hell.

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You do realise that for old folk, 8am is the equivalent of our 1pm because they’ve already been up since 3am.

Or something.

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12 minutes ago, Boghead ranter said:

Nah, get them to f**k at lunchtime too.  You just want to get into Greggs, grab a beefy bake, and get out again as quickly as possible, and there's some auld c**t at the front squeezing every loaf to see which one they are eventually going to buy.

Bugger off, I want a beefy bake now :( 

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22 minutes ago, IainMorton said:

Bugger off, I want a beefy bake now :( 

 

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27 minutes ago, Stellaboz said:

If you're getting stuff at Gregg's you deserve to go through hell.

Yeh but what's your thoughts on Greggs?

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Just now, Stellaboz said:
1 minute ago, Tynierose said:
Yeh but what's your thoughts on Greggs?

Orange ba......

Well it is snowing.

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17 hours ago, microdave said:
22 hours ago, IainMorton said:
When you try and slowly tip the remainder of your packet of crisps into your mouth but they come out too quickly, which means you either choke on them or they go down the front of your shirt.

I was eating a packet this week with my knees up supporting my phone on my thigh. As I went to move to pour the last bit into my mouth, my phone slipped. I then jerked to prevent it falling and the crisps went all over the floor. And to make it worse, they were mini chips which took a good few minutes to clear up and make sure I got them all!

10 second rule?

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15 hours ago, IainMorton said:

Annoys me in the morning, why do pensioners feel the need to do a massive shop at 8am?

Because they're bored and been up for hours.

Also if the Scottish referendum confirmed 1 thing for me it's that Auld folk are complete and utter selfish c***s who can f**k right off.

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Bus passes shouldn't work before 10am.

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1 hour ago, Bert Raccoon said:

It's a fucking Steak Bake you cretins.

Shut it, tadger.

(sorry)

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13 minutes ago, welshbairn said:

Bus passes shouldn't work before 10am.

In Edinburgh it used to be 9am that they became valid. Which led to pensioners being called "twirlies" by bus drivers because they would get on and ask "Am I too early for this?"

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