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Thank you for listen to me when it came to choosing someone to help me. In your wisdom you decided to employ the person who was my last choice. She is as thick as two short planks, lazy and can’t work unsupervised. She is no help and only a hindrance to me. There is only so many times I can explain the same thing. So instead of having someone to help with the work load you have added to it. F***wits the pair of you.
Dear ITV: "Birds of a Feather" was total crap the first time round, when the BBC made it.
Why are you resurrecting it? It was better off dead.
What a stupid bloody question - no, it isn't possible.
Sorry - it was a genuine mistake - thanks for making me feel even more carp than I do already.
I really wish I'd done this years ago
For a supposedly sensitive individual you can be really thick sometimes. Walking in while I am mid-conversation with our boss about something fairly important and starting to tell me about your mother in law's potential dog was at best irrelevant, which is why I was a bit floored and unresponsive - we were not talking about you!
Millsy1977 wrote (see)
Other marathons are available!
But but but you meen it's not the centre of everything?
Dear Mr. Eats Less Than 1000kcal Per Day But Somehow Weighs 24 Stone,
Challenging me about what time I get up and what time I finish work, and whether or not I have a family I want to spend time with is quite rude, and quite irrelevant. I don't have diabetes or arteries made of Lurpak. My diet and exercise habits are none of your business. But if you do want to know, I'm usually out of the house for at least 11 hours per day, do have family and friends I spend time with, and still find time to train for triathlons, ultra marathons, etc. FYI, walking from your car to someone's house does not constitute exercise.
Someone who is not your enemy, you cockwomble.
Dear Mr. 4 o'clock - take a bath. My clinic room now smells of urine.
Dear senior managers:
The fact that four of you decided you needed to escort the chairman through the department was quite embarrassing IMO. I expect you can still taste the shoe polish.
Can't you understand simple ******* English?
[that's a boring one that's probably been done a dozen times already.... but very very genuine today]
First time application to the VLM and I'm in. Piece of piss. What's all the fuss about?
Not wanting to see someone upset is not a good reason for getting back together with them... Don't be messing her about.
Running is pants when you don't eat, remember?
Thanks for including the Mustang multi stage race in your magazine this month.A bargain at just over 2000pounds to enter (plus all associated kit), not to mention training time and impact on family life. If I want the family to come too, then those costs would probably go over £10k. Pleased too that for some, at 41 and at a funny time of life, you can just up and do the Atacama for £2300 (plus flights). Some of us make do with a new pair of asics and a trip to the pub.
stop wasting my time, you ask for my advice and i give it but you do not take on board what i say. So, please don't come round wasting my time as you obviously know better.
OK so I was barely awake this morning and only 10ft from my front door when you stopped, rolled down your window, "jokingly" told me there were no buses and offered me a lift to the station.
And no, I wasn't scared or intimidated (I just thought you were a tool) but, on reflection, I think plenty of women would have been, at that time in the morning on a quiet street so, wanker, if I see you again, I'm taking your licence plate number.
So you're doing a trek to raise money for charity. And 62% of money raised is treated as a charity donation. That's over £1000 of sponsorship money that's going towards paying for you to have agreat adventure.
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