A chance to get it off your chest
Dear mister work colleague...
You are 'hot'...and you've definitely got that 'something' about you..I've had more than one or two really 'graphic' dreams featuring your good self...and sometimes I wish you didnt sit at the desk behind me as I find it difficult to concentrate
Dear Runner at our Race,
Why did you move the police cones and park in the space reserved for the Ambulance.
Was the race such a long distance that you coudn't possibly walk the 200m from the car park to the race HQ or perhaps you thought that we had reserved it especially for you.
Why did you ignore the Tannoy messages asking you to move it ..... were you wearing an I-pod?
My darling sister-in-law, having you stay at our home for four days has been an experience. My nieces and nephew are delightful but really, you should stop the little ones from screeching and screaming, it is painful. Also, if you insist on lecturing me on housework or slagging off my brother, I will one day tell you what I think of you. I'll start with pointing out it is very ungrateful, bordering on the rude, to stay in someone's home for four days, without bringing your host a thank-you gift. I know having baby twins and a small girl are time consuming, but you could have offered to pay for our curry last night or not taken the money I offered for the groceries we bought together on Thursday.
Oh and hearing your eldest daughter make a rasist comment was heartbreaking.
There is a sodding recession on. It is making it difficult for lots of us to find work so when we do temp work as and interim measure why the fuck is it so complicated to sign on in the down spells - I mean I never sign on until 2 weeks have passed without work anyway and when I do it takes over an hour to sort out a claim which yes had to end before the interview time but hat was because I would rather do a weeks shitty work than spend all day in front of the telly. And I know what will happne if I have to sing on again because maybe I need help with eating expenses you will average out the last three months and give me nothing so I will have to sodding appeal - it was easier 15 years ago the service has gone downhill for htose of us who are trying
I used to earn 30K but right now will clean for minimum wage so long as I am doing something. Which is more than can be said for some of the thousands on long term and unqualified unemployed who won't get out of bed for less than £20K because why should they - you pay their rent, never catch them doing cash in hand unless they have upset someone, they get loads of other discounts
SORT THE FECKING SYSTEM OUT AND STOP PAYING THE LOSERS WHO REFUSE TO WORK AND AREN'T LOOKING FOR A JOB ANYWAY
Maddy. wrote (see)
Dear old git in the fast lane of the pool. The clue is in the title.
Now f**k off out of my way.
Dear lady dressed in a fairy outfit at the Adidas 5k challenge:
You were extremely overweight and well over fifty. You were also wearing some some variety of pink espadrille on your feet.
So what the feck were you doing at the front of the 30-35 minute pen?
I like this thread - it proves it isn't just me that think most people are really f*cking annoying!
It looks like I will be eating mainly carrots next week - but the wage cheque at the end will be one of the best this year
Another thing I bet I won't get council tax benefit for the month of vitually no work so another reason for the disenfranchised to not bother working. the nice letter you have just sent me tells me aI am less than a month behind because I tried to pay ahead - thing is the morgage comes first unless my tax rebate appears as fast as the tax office claimed
Still what doesn't kill us
I might go back to Uni - the support for oldies but goodies isn't too bad - I would only need part time weekend work to be be better off than the last two years
gingerfurball wrote (see)
Dear Wayne Rooney - seriously dude???
LOVE THE GLAZERS
WAYNE ROONEY IS SSOOOOOOOO UGLY HE ISTHE ONLY FOOTBALLER TO PAY FOR SEX
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