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At the risk of becoming incredibly unpopular here.......but what did he expect when he signed up for the Army? Some training every day then off touring the world? Fair enough we are sending troops to wars that we shouldn't be fighting but I am often bemused by the attitudes of some people.

Yeah, I've never really got that either. It would be like a fisherman complaining about having to go out in rough seas.

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New pair of trousers on today. The old pair had a shallow back pocket and my key wallet slipped comfortably round to the side of my thigh when I sat down. I didn't realise the new pair had deeper back pockets with the result that I got the whole bunch up my arse-cleft when I sat down! :o Ouchy! :(

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:o

Whit age are you ?

46 - What's that got to do with it?! :blink: It's an official issue wallet on a belt-chain for the office door keys, desk keys, locker keys and I have three other sets of keys only issued to me as I have restricted access to some rooms that ordinary non-office management staff can't get into including - hawd me back - the Stationery cupboard! :o:rolleyes::lol:

It's a bit of a shock when a bunch that size goes up yer jacksey without warning! :ph34r:

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Cyclists that go straight through red lights.

You mean like this...

Oi, Mr Pedalo - the Highway Code applies to you TOO!! :angry:

As a pedestrian, can I just add, for all you motorists out there, the AMBER light is to warn you that a RED, STOP one follows. It is not an indication that you have one last chance to accelerate to try and beat the RED, STOP one!!! <_<

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46 - What's that got to do with it?! :blink: It's an official issue wallet on a belt-chain for the office door keys, desk keys, locker keys and I have three other sets of keys only issued to me as I have restricted access to some rooms that ordinary non-office management staff can't get into including - hawd me back - the Stationery cupboard! :o:rolleyes::lol:

It's a bit of a shock when a bunch that size goes up yer jacksey without warning! :ph34r:

nothing really. it's just that the last guy I saw with a key wallet was Granpaw Broon

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You mean like this...

Oi, Mr Pedalo - the Highway Code applies to you TOO!! :angry:

As a pedestrian, can I just add, for all you motorists out there, the AMBER light is to warn you that a RED, STOP one follows. It is not an indication that you have one last chance to accelerate to try and beat the RED, STOP one!!! <_<

My Daughter nearly knocked a cyclist off his bike on her driving lesson last week,Not bad work for her 2nd lesson :lol::lol:

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To be blatantly honest, at 2am when almost every car parking space in the carpark is free, even when in good health I would park in a disable space. 30 wheelcair bound cronies would not decend on Tesco's in a matter of minutes at that hour.

MAybe you can see about getting a disabled badge for being a lazy c**t then? :blink:

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To be blatantly honest, at 2am when almost every car parking space in the carpark is free, even when in good health I would park in a disable space. 30 wheelcair bound cronies would not decend on Tesco's in a matter of minutes at that hour.

shouldnt make any odds what time of day it is,people like you abusing it is out of order no matter when or how many free spaces there is,i hope some day you have to use a disabled space and there all full and u have to park miles away from the front door

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shouldnt make any odds what time of day it is,people like you abusing it is out of order no matter when or how many free spaces there is,i hope some day you have to use a disabled space and there all full and u have to park miles away from the front door

Aren't you a big meany :lol:

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fuxake gogo, that is terrible.

why?? its there to be used and if hes not using it at the time may aswell get the full use out of the thing

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To be blatantly honest, at 2am when almost every car parking space in the carpark is free, even when in good health I would park in a disable space. 30 wheelcair bound cronies would not decend on Tesco's in a matter of minutes at that hour.

I agree, I parked in a disabled bay on Saturday night when I popped in to get some shampoo. There are approximately 20 disabled bays at our store and every one apart from the one I was in was empty therefore it's not even an issue if I park there or not.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with using a disabled bay at 10pm or 2am. That said, I'd never even contemplate using one during the day although if I can't get parked in a regular bay around the staff entrance, I'll park in a parent and child bay. If I park near proper customers, guaranteed some fanny hits my car with their door. I've taken pelters for it on here before but at the end of the day, I'm only being truthful and my car and as a result my pocket mean a lot more to me than allowing someone with kids to park closer to the store. People can slag me off all they want for it, but those are my opinions and I won't lie about it! :)

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He's not talking about the badge he's talking about the use of a disabled space by someone who is fit to walk an extra 20 yards, which is pretty contemptable.

I know. Its not even as though at night you would have to walk an extra 20 yards either, since most of the parking spaces that are close but not disabled will also be free. (same goes for St Sam whose excuse of my car is more important to me than some woman with kids having to park further away is also pretty pathetic). People should be glad that they are able to walk this extra little bit, instead of being stuck in a wheelchair or disabled in such a way that the extra 20 feet is actually a lot of hard work. Even when i am using my wife`s grandfathers car with a disabled badge, i still park in a normal spot. Its all about a little respect for people who are disabled, and even respect for your own fitness (think of the extra 20 feet or so as doing a bit more to keep in shape) but with most things in life, the younger people are getting the less respect they seem to have for others :rolleyes:

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