Things you want to say but can't

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Lee the Pea    pirate
03/09/2010 at 11:33

Lol Angel!  Nothing worse than a lech that doesn't realise folk wouldn't have a bar of them! hehehehe

My rant for today:

Dear lotto machine, please pick my fecking numbers because i'm sick of dreaming about being able to buy a flat, but never actually having the money to do so.  My wages will not be up to the task for quite some time, and i'm sick of flat sharing with students more than a decade younger than me who leave long hair and pubes all over the bathroom  I thank you.

03/09/2010 at 14:56

oooooh only just found this thread and I like it.

Right, rant of the day for me is to the school bus driver who thought it amusing to drive past the bus stop and leave my youngest son stranded on his first day!!!!    Well thankfully his elder sister was with him and got ya number......been on the phone and betcha regret that now!!!!  Bliddy tosspot is a regular for bullying those kids.

  Ooooh I think I may be a regular on here.

03/09/2010 at 15:07
Dear postman,

Just fucking do your job and actually deliver my post. Don't leave me a red card timed 10.46am for me to find at 10.30am. It makes you look like an incompetent liar who can't even lie properly.

No I won't pick it up from the sorting office, 30 minutes walk away. You are the POSTman. Therefore, deliver my post.

Royal Fail. What a crock of shit.
03/09/2010 at 15:27

For God's sake you are here to watch a film not Eat for England.  Can you really not sit through one film without rustling sweet wrappers, opening noisy packets of sweets/crisps and crunching and munching all through the whole f....ing thing.  you're all really fat anyway and the last thing you need is all that crap you are shovelling into your gob.  If you are going to stuff your face at least do it quietly.

03/09/2010 at 17:10
Flipperjane wrote (see)

For God's sake you are here to watch a film not Eat for England.  Can you really not sit through one film without rustling sweet wrappers, opening noisy packets of sweets/crisps and crunching and munching all through the whole f....ing thing.  you're all really fat anyway and the last thing you need is all that crap you are shovelling into your gob.  If you are going to stuff your face at least do it quietly.

YES! This drives me mad too. 

Sometimes I wish they would ban food from cinemas but they wont as they make loads of money selling people overpriced popcorn.

03/09/2010 at 17:46
Flipperjane wrote (see)

For God's sake you are here to watch a film not Eat for England.  Can you really not sit through one film without rustling sweet wrappers, opening noisy packets of sweets/crisps and crunching and munching all through the whole f....ing thing.  you're all really fat anyway and the last thing you need is all that crap you are shovelling into your gob.  If you are going to stuff your face at least do it quietly.

Top rant!
03/09/2010 at 19:26
To those people who dump their stuff for recycling in a bag in the vague direction of the recycling bins so the whole area is effectively swathed in litter- you are lazy and disgusting!!
03/09/2010 at 20:57
Worse than the munchers in the cinema...
The ignorant feckers who rustle wrappers all the way through a stage show. It costs a sodding mortgage to go to the theatre. Why can't you just sit quietly until the interval?
And why oh why madam must you bring your child to the show? He is too young to understand the story, too bored to enjoy the music and too ill-mannered to sit still. And you are a disgrace for encouraging him to fidget and climb and whinge and bounce for the entire performance.
Ooh, I could spit I am so angry.
03/09/2010 at 21:08
Flipperjane wrote (see)

For God's sake you are here to watch a film not Eat for England.  Can you really not sit through one film without rustling sweet wrappers, opening noisy packets of sweets/crisps and crunching and munching all through the whole f....ing thing.  you're all really fat anyway and the last thing you need is all that crap you are shovelling into your gob.  If you are going to stuff your face at least do it quietly.


from past experience it isn't good to have a rant like that at a gf when you can't here the TV or a DVD you have just put on.
03/09/2010 at 21:56
Deep breaths everybody,
In.... Out.... In.... Out....
03/09/2010 at 22:25
skotty - no I bet it isn't - specially not if she's eating cos she's pre menstrual.  ( shifts axe behind the sofa!!)
04/09/2010 at 08:30
This one is from my teenage son posting under my login......

Yes, I am a teenager. Yes I am wearing a hoody. This is because I live in England where it is bloody freezing most of the time and not because I am on drugs or going to f***ing stab you. Also, stop moaning about groups of us standing around in the street. We're not doing anything to hurt you, we're only chatting. So piss off and leave us alone.
04/09/2010 at 08:58

Slo, I used to find groups of yoofs intimidating - after all the meeja is full of lurid tales about them - until my son was a similar age, then I realised that most of them are, as your son says, good kids.

Mind you, I still keep an eye out for anything that seems more threatening - a group of testosterone fuelled adolescents full of booze can egg each other on to do daft things sometimes and I don't want to be in the middle of it.

LIVERBIRD    pirate
04/09/2010 at 10:34

I found myself hating JB the other day for starting this thread because he's turning me into an even GRUMPIER old bitch than I already am!

I had about four rants to post and now I can't remember any of them!

Because I am not just grumpy. I am also SENILE.

04/09/2010 at 12:57
Slugsta, it was the same for me. I used to be intimidated by gangs of yoofs, but now I have a couple of my own (and very nice lads too, may I add)they don't bother me. In fact I usually smile and say hello to them, which causes them to shuffle their feet and mumble an embarrassed response to me. Which amuses me greatly.
04/09/2010 at 13:38
LOL, slo!
04/09/2010 at 13:48
*Refers LB to her own Facebook description*
04/09/2010 at 17:28

This thread would serve as a useful service to humanity, I would have thought!

Dear friend of my husband

In response to your enquiry, yes, our marriage is fine. No, I do not think he's having an affair. No, I have no worries on that score. No, I'm not going to discuss our sex life with you, it's none of your business. And, no, I do not find you attractive in that way. And NO, I do not want to have an affair with you. You're old enough to be my father, and I happen to be married and  I know it is terribly old-fashioned of me, but I promised to be faithful to him, and that's what I intend to be. Now take your disgusting suggestions out of my face before I do something I have never done in my life and tip that pint of beer in your face. *watches as beer cascades everywhere*

04/09/2010 at 17:36
I think a note to his missus may have an educative effect...
05/09/2010 at 10:11
Mate, you drink too much. Way too much. You look seriously unhealthy. And it worries me that you eat so little. I think you are becoming alcohol dependant and I don't want that to happen because my father went that way and it killed him. I know that having done over 20 years in the army you have spent a lot of time in a heavy-drinking culture. And I know that after combat tours in all the big wars since the Balkans you have seen some unpleasant things. I don't mind listening to your army stories all over again (I know most of them by heart now), because you clearly need to unburden yourself and that is what mates are for. I'll listen and nod at the appropriate point in the story and drink this glass of wine, you can have the rest of the bottle and several cans of strong lager as well. I do enjoy your company and am pleased to see you when you stop by, but your drinking and the subsequent admittedly not too serious indiscretions that it causes are beginning to get tiresome and I really wish you would drink less and work it out of your system in a less self-destructive way.
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