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Discussion in 'Nik's General Chat' started by Renegade, Jan 17, 2015.
I actually do agree with pagnell tho
The gutter-dwelling filth that claim the reduced section as their own and block all other access to it.
The subhuman scum that don't put the little divider in between your shopping and theirs on the conveyor belt.
The life-wasting slugs that can't adequately control a trolley and block your path.
The brazen mouth-breathers that deem it necessary to escort their trolley full of shopping all the way home.
They are, very difficult to make but worth it to keep vegan people happy. The pastry is the hardest imo. Is that your experience?
Awks cos I do all of those things.
You are dead to me.
I added a new one and if you do that one I'll kill you myself.
I've eaten plenty but never made one...
Luckily for me I only take the shopping to the car. However I have no shame in awkwardly warding off fellow shoppers with an aggressive trolley formation whilst unloading said shopping. Dog eat dog as I very rarely say.
Well, take it from me vegan pastry is very hard.
I mean it’s lovely and soft when it’s done but the difficulty is hard. Just to be clear.
Clear pastry sounds nigh on impossible.
Pursuit of the impossible is what drives us as someone once said. Might have been Spock or Richard Dawkins idk
Try working in one of the cvnting places.
Sam Smith's voice.
I don't know anymore.
Yeah. I liked that first song he did but he hasn't got the voice to sing everything high pitched. Station change when he comes on. Establishment seem to love him too. Must be because he's gay.
Those people that don't commit to a side of the pavement when walking towards you from a distance.
Get it done nice and early.
This one is difficult to explain but I hate it so.
As a pedestrian trying to cross a busyish road. Sometimes one lane is free of traffic so you walk out onto that lane.
The other lane has a car coming but provided it drives normally you'll have plenty of time to cross. The amount of thick c*** who slow down leaving you in no man's land drives me insane. Why the fuck do they slow down? I'm not gonna walk in front of your moving vehicle and you aren't being safer by slowing down. Drive normally, I'll cross after you've passed and we'll live happy ever after.
Does that make sense? It's hard to explain but its infuriating.
Train drivers who insist on saying "please mind the doors, doors are about to close, please mind the doors, this train is ready to depart, stay clear of the doors".
The doors beep for 5 seconds before closing as it is!
I hate the tone of the woman on the tube trains when she says "And, Metropolitan Lines"
Also when you can see the far lane is clear, for now, but with a train of cars approaching. You could go but a single car is coming up in the near lane. He's too close for you to walk out in front of but if he was going at a normal speed you could just go after he's passed and still beat the train of cars.
Of course he isn't, though. He's going so slowly that by the time he's gone you have to wait ages for the far lane to be empty again.
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Drivers don’t know if you’re going to walk out into the road though. If they hit you, it’s their fault. Can understand why they slow down tbh.
The thing that gets me is when you’re driving towards a pedestrian crossing, no cars in front of you, none behind and none coming the other way, and some douchebagette presses the button to cross. JUST CROSS ONCE I’VE GONE PASSED!!
Really gets my goat it does.
Festive period special:
- Brass bands/carol singing. I was in Asda t'other day and they shut off one of the entrance/exit doors so that a military band could play dreary music. It created a massive bottleneck so you had to queue to leave the store for a few minutes. If you're doing chugging in supermarket, you're not going to get a penny out of me if you're going to hold me up on my way out.
- The adverts. Especially the food ones. They're non-stop. We're all fat enough. I don't need a constant stream of adverts on trying to sell me salted cinammon goose fat covered chocolate.
- Shopping. Went to a Christmas Fayre with the good lady and child at the weekend and it was full of stalls selling tat. Nothing practical or useful. All just overpriced rubbish that will have no appeal come 26th December.
I like that post.
New house and boiler goes on blink a week in, typical.
Salty...we got a new boiler in about 5-6 years a go...a Worcester Bosch.....went on the blink the next bloody day. Somebody came out the following day and had to replace some internal part.
That's what you deserve for being Switzerland.
Our engineer aint coming till Saturday and thats on priority! Got 60 mph winds tomorrow followed by snow on Friday. Think I'll just stay in my bed those days!
Update: fixed it myself (I hope!). We have heating and hot water, woot!
It was the pressure wasn't it?