Things you want to say but can't

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Lee the Pea    pirate
01/09/2010 at 12:24

ooh back on to things you want to say but can't:

"You, mister are very, very hot, and I often wonder what you would look like naked.  You are very nice too, and seem to be perfect in every way, except of course for the fact you are not lying naked in my room, which is less than perfect.  Although it sounds as if I am only obsessed with your fit bod, I am not.  You are nice to chat too as well. Nomnomnomnomnomnomnomnom "

01/09/2010 at 12:52
Stu www.coastersgb.co.uk wrote (see)
LIVERBIRD wrote (see)
You CAN'T always say what you really mean Stu! What if it's really hurtful?

generally don't think anything really hurtful but will say what I think and "own" it. Not easy at times though 

Do you mean that if you see someone wearing a hideous dress, or with an unflattering hair-do, you go up to them and tell them so? 
01/09/2010 at 13:05
Have been known too
01/09/2010 at 13:22
Dear best mate
I'm sorry but the wife you adore is mad
She's controlling, paranoid, spiteful and wants nothing more to dominate every part of your life and turn you into someone you are not
I know a relationship is give and take but how much can she take. I would tell you this on person but you wouldn't listen.
Hopefully she will find someonelse
01/09/2010 at 13:28

I look down on you beacuse you read

  • Daily Mail
  • Sun
  • Mirror
  • Star
  • Hello
  • OK!
  • Nuts
  • Zoo
  • Closer
  • Heat

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Harry Potter is not a great read, you're an adult. Read an adult book

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Profiling does work

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In 99% of cases, Pregnancy is your choice. I will make allowances for you at our place of work, but it is your choice.I tire of hearing how tired/sick/craving you are.

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Scotland should support itself with it's own taxes if it wants to choose how to spend them

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Alcoholism is not a disease, it is a choice

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Smoking around your small child makes me think a lot less of you

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Young people will regret tattoos and should really think more before daubing themselves with them

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Don't get high and mighty about speed cameras, they're massive and painted yellow and 30 is a LIMIT

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If motorcyclists want respect will 90% of them stop driving like absolute wankers.

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Crocs are a mistake of humanity

God I could carry on for hours.....

Edited: 01/09/2010 at 13:29
01/09/2010 at 13:49
Dear Sir/Madam (you have an unhelpful e-mail address), if you want me to remove your details from our mailing database why don't you give me a clue as to your name and/or address. It makes my job a lot easier.
01/09/2010 at 13:56

Oi scaggy neighbour, stop getting pished out of your tiny brain and then calling your wife/girlfriend every name under the sun through the locked front door just because she won't let you in at 2 in the morning.  Cut out the middle man and go straight to the police station when you leave the pub so the rest of the street can get some sleep. 

Oh and whilst we're on the matter, MY driveway is for MY car and people visiting ME not for you to cut across to visit next door or play football on you f*cking eejit!!!

01/09/2010 at 14:07

You got a cob-on again sprint?

Some of your comments show some naivety (just being honest) but I do agree with you on Crocs being a mistake of humanity and WTF is it about Harry Potter????

01/09/2010 at 14:10

Sprint - I got my first tattoo when I 28 and don't regret it. My second one was added when I was 34, don't regret that one either. They are both in bit of me usually covered up tho and not for public consumption.

I agree about the crocs

01/09/2010 at 14:50
AllNewTB wrote (see)

 They are both in bit of me usually covered up tho and not for public consumption.


have you got a tattoed arse?
01/09/2010 at 14:53
goldbeetle wrote (see)
have you got a tattoed arse?

I used to but we split up earlier this year.
01/09/2010 at 14:58
Sprint for the line wrote (see)

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Alcoholism is not a disease, it is a choice

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debatable whether alcoholism is a disease , fine but choice!? . Nobody would "choose" to be dependent on booze to the detriment of their loved ones, health and quality of life.  People choose to drink and risk falling into alcoholism but they do not "choose" to be alcohlic like they choose their socks at Marks & Spencer.  Saying that simply simplifies a complicated issue as if you can easily "choose" to step out of it.
Edited: 01/09/2010 at 15:03
01/09/2010 at 14:59
Goldbeetle - no and as I said, they're not for public consumption.
01/09/2010 at 15:25
MadameO wrote (see)
goldbeetle wrote (see)
have you got a tattoed arse?

I used to but we split up earlier this year.

Aha! boom boom
01/09/2010 at 15:25
AllNewTB wrote (see)
Goldbeetle - no and as I said, they're not for public consumption.

gooooo on give us a clue
01/09/2010 at 15:34
I felt a reluctance to say this (that is near as I get to feeling I can't). People who use a watered down concept of "choice" to somehow blame "addicts" or "fat people" when they are down ought to be in the grips of the worst addiction possible and suffer mass obesity in the future. Let us listen to their views again a few years down the line.
01/09/2010 at 15:40
CazSoul wrote (see)
When I answer the phone at work after the recommended 2 rings with the standard Good morning/afternoon *insert name of company* and you say to me "Is that *insert name of company*" I'll give you a clue, if it wasn't *insert name of Company* I would've f*cking said something else when I answered the phone.   I speak very clearly when I answer the phone as it is part of my job so please pay attention f*ckwit!!! 

As someone who generally rings up from a mobile I do often struggle with this one and will confirm I have the right company as what generally happens from my end is......"Hello *muffled version that could be company name or could be something else entirely*" . I probably do come across like an ignorant f*uckwit that doesn't listen but last time this happened when I asked "Is that *company name*" the response I got somehow sounded excatly half way between yes and no! 

01/09/2010 at 16:09
Stu www.coastersgb.co.uk wrote (see)

debatable whether alcoholism is a disease , fine but choice!? . Nobody would "choose" to be dependent on booze to the detriment of their loved ones, health and quality of life.  People choose to drink and risk falling into alcoholism but they do not "choose" to be alcohlic like they choose their socks at Marks & Spencer.  Saying that simply simplifies a complicated issue as if you can easily "choose" to step out of it.
Yes it is a choice Stu. Alcoholics choose to take the first drink, they make the choice to carry on drinking, they can make the choice to stop if they wish to. It's not necessarily an easy choice to stop, but it is a choice. It's pretty simple when you're drinking, your relationship with the bottle is the primary relationship in your life, ALL ELSE is secondary to that.There are inherent risks to alcohol withdrawal, such as fitting, as I'm sure you know, so withdrawal is not any easy choice to make by any stretch of the imagination, but there are plenty of ways that you can be supported through it. The first step to sobriety is admitting you have a problem, the second is making the decision to stop. I know this as 10 years ago I was regularly drinking over 200 units a week.
Edited: 01/09/2010 at 16:10
Lee the Pea    pirate
01/09/2010 at 16:14

Lol Cake, the truth is out, damn!

01/09/2010 at 17:30
JWrun wrote (see)

You got a cob-on again sprint?

Some of your comments show some naivety (just being honest) but I do agree with you on Crocs being a mistake of humanity and WTF is it about Harry Potter????

Hello JWrun, 

Naivety really is in the eye of the beholder, and it's only definded by your own opinions. If you feel I am being naive, then so be it. I'm quite sure I could formulate opinions on your opinions, but that would still make it my definition of your thoughts.

Moral compasses only point in the direction that we have been taught and chose. If mine differs in direction, it does not make it wrong or naive, but maybe just different to your direction.

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