Jump to content
well fan for life

Petty Things That Get On Your Nerves...

Recommended Posts

Was in the supermarket earlier. Catch sight of a family of four dressed head to toe in Celtic gear. One in full kit.

Celtic were playing a game at the time.

Coupled with the fact that this was in Hamilton means that there's not enough facepalm gifs in the world to sum it up.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Are you talking absolute mess that can't get out of bed, can't eat and most likely calls in work sick on Monday too?


Well yeah that is pathetic also but just so you’re at the point of lying about the house unable to do anything and feeling that you need a lazy day to recover from it all. I’m obviously talking about the mrs who was out until about 1 last night after going out for tapas with work, all plans for today cancelled and I have to look after the wee one all by myself. I’m not doing any nagging myself but I can imagine there being a different reaction if it was me who was out drinking and dumping responsibilities on her!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If it's not affecting anyone else's plans it's sometimes brilliant to have a reset day or two. No eating until like 7pm when Dominos or Chinese get a call. And crack open any beer left in the fridge!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Hungover people are truly repugnant.
Hangovers are just awful, a light hangover where you just need some square sausage on a roll and an irn bru, yeah fine but nah just bad.

Stoneovers are good through, cannae beat having all the household chores done by 1pm when you've been in a floaty dream like haze aw morning.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


Well yeah that is pathetic also but just so you’re at the point of lying about the house unable to do anything and feeling that you need a lazy day to recover from it all. I’m obviously talking about the mrs who was out until about 1 last night after going out for tapas with work, all plans for today cancelled and I have to look after the wee one all by myself. I’m not doing any nagging myself but I can imagine there being a different reaction if it was me who was out drinking and dumping responsibilities on her!

Man up, take the bairn to the fringe, sit outside & get blazing, roles reversed tomorrow & see how she likes it! Just make sure not to leave the kid with strangers.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

People who have children shouldn't be allowed to go out drinking.

 

Like i know this couple who do weekend turnabout of who looks after the child and who gets out to the clubs till 3am. What in the actual Christ. Every single weekend, how much resentment must be there when both parties clearly must think "i wish this was my weekend to go get smashed".

 

Strange way to live.

 

 

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, ICTJohnboy said:

How to prevent a hangover

  • The one sure way to avoid a hangover is by not drinking alcohol.

Well, that's groundbreaking.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
24 minutes ago, Patrick Bateman said:

Was in the supermarket earlier. Catch sight of a family of four dressed head to toe in Celtic gear. One in full kit.

Celtic were playing a game at the time.

Coupled with the fact that this was in Hamilton means that there's not enough facepalm gifs in the world to sum it up.

Have to say full kit wankers are annoying

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, Shotgun said:

Well, that's groundbreaking.

 

Yep, not many people know that.

A bit like this one :

People can usually guarantee a milder hangover if they drink less alcohol the night before.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, throbber said:

 


Well yeah that is pathetic also but just so you’re at the point of lying about the house unable to do anything and feeling that you need a lazy day to recover from it all. I’m obviously talking about the mrs who was out until about 1 last night after going out for tapas with work, all plans for today cancelled and I have to look after the wee one all by myself. I’m not doing any nagging myself but I can imagine there being a different reaction if it was me who was out drinking and dumping responsibilities on her!

 

 

So now we know what inspired your initial post on this subject with the reference to repugnant!   (Previous page - about 4 hours ago)

;)

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I had a great day with my daughter tbh and got a good few beers out of it whilst the mrs lay in the wanking chariot feeling sorry for herself.

Don’t agree that parents shouldn’t go out drinking though, so long as it’s not every weekend then it’s fair game so long as someone’s there to look after the wee one. I just prefer drinking during the day rather than being out after work until midnight and later, that’s probably why I don’t get hangovers as I always have time to sleep it off.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Are you talking absolute mess that can't get out of bed, can't eat and most likely calls in work sick on Monday too?


Is there any other kind?

If it's not affecting anyone else's plans it's sometimes brilliant to have a reset day or two. No eating until like 7pm when Dominos or Chinese get a call. And crack open any beer left in the fridge!


Best part of a hangover wearing off is knowing this is going to happen.

Drunk folk are worse.


When i’m drunk, drunk folk are ok. When i am sober they can all get in the sea.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


Well yeah that is pathetic also but just so you’re at the point of lying about the house unable to do anything and feeling that you need a lazy day to recover from it all. I’m obviously talking about the mrs who was out until about 1 last night after going out for tapas with work, all plans for today cancelled and I have to look after the wee one all by myself. I’m not doing any nagging myself but I can imagine there being a different reaction if it was me who was out drinking and dumping responsibilities on her!

Are you sure it’s a hangover and not just guilt from getting pumped by one of her work colleagues?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
This pair of c***s have got a book out I see.
 
29FE7517-81DA-42F4-941C-EDD2884B9B99.thumb.jpeg.b17a86aef10c054fd315b2b3fe622ae1.jpeg
£4 off! I'd gladly pay full price!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Getting drunk and requiring a full day to recover when you’ve got a child is pretty selfish behaviour.

I also know some people with children who do the “it’s my weekend to get drunk” thing, seems bizarre to me. If you have a child your life is going to change, you have responsibility for your child and that takes precedence. I can’t stand hearing parents talk with something approaching pride about how they fobbed their kid off onto s grandparent or aunt so they could go and drink.

It’s probably to do with the drink obsessed culture we have, or more accurately a drunk-obsesssed culture, where people in their 30s and 40s drink like 16 year olds and boast about getting drunk.

The only answer is to bring back hanging, the birch and cold showers in school IMO.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, ICTChris said:

The only answer is to bring back hanging, the birch and cold showers in school IMO.

Pft, when I were a lad this was common place, only softees didn't make it past breakfast.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 hours ago, Zen Archer Esq. said:

Pft, when I were a lad this was common place, only softees didn't make it past breakfast.

breakfast? luxury.. 

yorkshiremen.jpg.72bf22c2e2e431e6c83dc76fec13219c.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 hours ago, ICTChris said:

Getting drunk and requiring a full day to recover when you’ve got a child is pretty selfish behaviour.

I also know some people with children who do the “it’s my weekend to get drunk” thing, seems bizarre to me. If you have a child your life is going to change, you have responsibility for your child and that takes precedence. I can’t stand hearing parents talk with something approaching pride about how they fobbed their kid off onto s grandparent or aunt so they could go and drink.

It’s probably to do with the drink obsessed culture we have, or more accurately a drunk-obsesssed culture, where people in their 30s and 40s drink like 16 year olds and boast about getting drunk.

The only answer is to bring back hanging, the birch and cold showers in school IMO.

If you’re doing it regularly maybe then yeah, but I think the above is incredibly self-righteous if you’re saying parents having grandparents look after their child for a night so they can go out is something you “can’t stand”.

Once you have a child, should you never leave the house again unless it’s with your child to do a daytime activity?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It’s all about moderation of course, think she has been hungover 4 times since she’s become a parent 17 months ago so it’s really not that bad and not selfish as I don’t mind doing parenting duties alone. I really just can’t stand watching her lying around the flat hungover when it’s so warm outside, she took her dressing gown through to the couch and landed herself there unable to do much other than lifting her drink of water to her mouth and occasionally excusing herself to be sick, it’s horrible to be around and she should be thoroughly ashamed of herself.

I was out for 4 hours with the child though at various parks and ended up having 2 pints at different watering holes and a couple of tinnies in the park with our makeshift picnic and by the time I got home the heavens had opened so it was a great day for myself.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...