Things you want to say but can't

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08/04/2013 at 16:23
Wilkie wrote (see)

Have you considered on-line supermarket shopping, DB?

 

Hehehe! I actually do shop online mostly, it's pretty good. If I'm out and about I do venture into the Supermarket now and again but mostly not. I'm not really ready to be released into the community.

08/04/2013 at 16:34
Demon Barber wrote (see)

"do you want bags?" No, why would I want bags? I have about 60 quids worth but I'm sure I can juggle most of it. Maybe I can stuff it all down my trousers?! Of course I want bloody bags, and an extra one to put over your bloody head!!! don't ask if I've got a bloody loyalty card or whatever because I'm about to have a nervous breakdown. I just want to buy this stuff and leave. GOD!!!!.


Maybe he's from Wales (or from Ulster as of today) , as we have to pay for our carrier bags these days, so are always asked if we want bags or if we've 'brought our own'. And yes it is a pain in the arse, but can sometimes be entertaining filling up your sparkly Asda carrier bags in Tesco !

 

08/04/2013 at 16:39

I get really annoyed in M&S - you by a cheap t-shirt, they give you a bag.  Not ask you if you want one, just give you a bag.

You buy food, even if you spend a load, and you are expected to pay for any bags!

 

 

08/04/2013 at 18:01

"Do you need any bags?"

"Do you want any help with packing?"

"Are you collecting vouchers for schools?"

"Cashback?"

Christ on a bike...

08/04/2013 at 18:34
Wilkie wrote (see)

I get really annoyed in M&S - you by a cheap t-shirt, they give you a bag.  Not ask you if you want one, just give you a bag.

You buy food, even if you spend a load, and you are expected to pay for any bags!

 

 

I hadn't thought about that before -  yes they do

08/04/2013 at 21:48

Work, please get the heating fixed, it has been weeks now since it worked properly and I am fed up of getting to work on a Monday morning and freezing all day long, but thank you for getting the electrics sorted.

08/04/2013 at 22:25
On buying an MP3 player on Argos: "Would you like to spread the payment out?" What for ??30? "Would youlike to buy an extended warranty for ??10?" What for a ??30 item?. Lemme out.........

I should add that the purchase was for 'im indoors, I'd never been in an Argos before.
08/04/2013 at 22:59

Dear insurers 

Tha advocate your lawyers provided to fight my case in court was absolutely useless. The defendant's advocate ran rings round him/her, meaning the defendant's lies went unchallenged. The whole experience of using the justice system was appalling. in fact I would suggest to anyone considering using a county court that they avoid it like the plague. That would be the same plague that I wish on the so-called judge who was a lazy, bored, weak-willed, pathetic, unemployable cretin; and the so-called justice system which is all about s***bag lawyers making money out of their own and other people's lies. I'm sure they are proud of themselves, but perhaps they should look in the mirror and ask themselves whether they are wasting oxygen better spent on keeping bacteria and serial killers alive. Thank you and goodnight.

09/04/2013 at 06:45
Feral wrote (see)

"Do you need any bags?"

"Do you want any help with packing?"

"Are you collecting vouchers for schools?"

"Cashback?"

Christ on a bike?...


Oooh, somebody shops at Waitrose !!

09/04/2013 at 08:12

No the school vouchers is Sainsburys, Waitrose gives you a little green token for the charity box.

09/04/2013 at 09:27

Dear Forumite,

Your posts are becoming increasingly random. I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about half the time.

09/04/2013 at 09:40
Poacher wrote (see)

Dear insurers 

Tha advocate your lawyers provided to fight my case in court was absolutely useless. The defendant's advocate ran rings round him/her, meaning the defendant's lies went unchallenged. The whole experience of using the justice system was appalling. in fact I would suggest to anyone considering using a county court that they avoid it like the plague. That would be the same plague that I wish on the so-called judge who was a lazy, bored, weak-willed, pathetic, unemployable cretin; and the so-called justice system which is all about s***bag lawyers making money out of their own and other people's lies. I'm sure they are proud of themselves, but perhaps they should look in the mirror and ask themselves whether they are wasting oxygen better spent on keeping bacteria and serial killers alive. Thank you and goodnight.

You lost the case, then, Poacher?  

09/04/2013 at 10:39
Actually it went 50:50, but the whole experience was abysmal.
09/04/2013 at 12:54

I'm sure there's something more useful I could be doing at home... 

11/04/2013 at 15:01

Dear PPI call centre person - I've not replied to your many texts as I didn't want you to know the number you were texting was a real one. However now you are ringing me I would like to point out that yes I have a mortgage, but that was taken out over 25 years ago, and I have had a car loan, but only one in 20 odd years. I honestly can't remember what the details were and whether I would be entitled to recover any costs in relation to mis-sold PPI. However I do know that if there were any money to recover I wouldn't want your company getting its money grabbing mitts on any of it. So please take me off whatever list I'm on and stop contacting me, especially when I'm in a meeting.

Dear person called Dave but who sounds strangely very Indian - Could you please decscribe this threat that Microsoft has informed you of that you're now saying is on my PC and that my uptodate virus checker has not identified? Could you also give me your company details and let me talk to your manager as I suspect you may be running a scam and hope to speak to someone who perhaps isn't an IT consultant?

Sorry this is things you want to say but can't. Think I've actually said these

12/04/2013 at 08:38

Dear colleagues:

Last night's do sounds bloody awful with the usual abundance of booze but complete lack of food. SO glad I had a prior engagement!

Now excuse me while I put my earphones in to avoid another seven rounds of: "Did you get home all right? What time did you leave?"

Why do people ask those questions anyway?

12/04/2013 at 10:38

Dear big nasty customer.

 

If you are going to threaten me please make sure you have your facts right.  That way when you tell me of the "great concerns" you have will look less stupid than you do now. 

We may only be the little fish in the big pond but at least we get the work done, you are the ones not doing your bit.   Now go away and stop looking like a complete cock and leave me alone

 

 

12/04/2013 at 16:21

FFS this is about the tenth email I've had about X who is leaving. Can't stand the person. The sooner they go the better!

12/04/2013 at 18:28

oh sweetie - I pity you - sooner you realsie that the less irritating you will be

12/04/2013 at 22:52

Dear Daily Mail/The Sun/my parents' elderly neighbour,

It's called 'Freedom of speech' and it means people can say what they like about a dead prime minister.  It's not an outrage and no, they shouldn't be fired for hating her.

Tw*ts.

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