A chance to get it off your chest
INEVITABLE. that's all.
((By 'eck)) I hope you get some sleep tonight
Womble wrote (see)
If you want a job it's best that you don't smell when you attend the interview. It was quite tricky concentrating on your answers while trying not to inhale.
I've gone so far as to open a window saying how "flushed" I was feeling!
Our christmas party still needs to be organised
dear LETTING AGENT.
I appreciate the e-card of a xmas tree made up of your company logo, but i'd really prefer you made the fucking heating work.
I can't wait for our works do to be over. I'm new to the company, and this part of the country so signed up on the basis that it would be good to meet a few people outside work and maybe make a few friends.
But the conversation of the last TWO WEEKS has been all about who is wearing what, who is staying over at the hotel, how people are going to investigate various modes of public transport and speculation over who won't make it home this year.
I think I'll turn up, have a small glass of water with the meal and then drive home. I think I can be in bed by 10pm with a bit of luck.
Well I'm giving you higher marks than usual this morning. Yes, the not funny beer brand was brought up in conversation AGAIN and "X-Factor" was also discussed during the first hour but the Secret Santa pressie was spot-on and there was a top-notch conversation about fiction writing with one of you.
Keep up the good work chaps!
If you make an appointment, please keep it. If you can't, please have the decency to let me know. What a bloody waste of time
Designer stubble? In your wedding photographs? You are so not going to think that was a good idea 20 years from now....
Dear Ocado - a whole 1p off my next order - wow, let the good times roll!
tube drivers...another Christmas looming, so it must be strike time to get out of working boxing day, as if you don't get enough days already.Boris - can we have driverless trains please.
Let them get on with it. Most people manage to get into work at other times, I'm sure London can manage on Boxing Day.
If people are that friggng desperate to go shopping there's always the t'internet.
Neighbour, please be a responsible dog owner. Your dog suffers from separation anxiety. You can train them to be better with it, but honestly, if you are just going to take a dog and leave it in the house day and night to drive your neighbours insane and have the poor doggy crying all the time..... why?????
You are a miracle of nature, you are 1 in 10 million, you and your mates are living proof that Darwin's theory of evolution is fundamentally flawed.
Oh why oh why did you decide to transfer 1 days holiday to next year? I could have finished tonight and not return here until 2nd Jan. Chesher Cat you are a complete cock womble.
G.G. wrote (see)
Facebook "friends" please stop using the word hubby, my hubby this and my hubby that, it is driving me mad. We all know you're married and the poor blokes do have names! I bet they don't put wifey on their updates.
I hate that too, G.G.
Mine wouldn't dare all me "wifey"
Dear Ann Summers: candy cane stockings. Sexy? No. Fun? No. Shocking waste of Lycra? Absolutely.
Ooh, I've not seen them before. I might get some for my wifey
Not if you want to stay married to her
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