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1 hour ago, dAVe80 said:

This is a 100% pisses me off and should. My cat likes to sit in the window by my front door when I'm out and before now, kids has chucked things at the windows to scare him. Got back from Leeds and I've had to clean a load of egg off the window. Not a violent man, but if ever I catch one of them doing it! 😠😡🤬

That kind of behavior from young punks in today's society doesn't even surprise me sadly. Acting like that starts at home imo.

From my experience, when bullies, young dbags, whatever you want to call them are confronted and given a bit of their own medicine they are not so bad anymore.

Hope your cat is ok.

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16 minutes ago, Big Salad said:

That kind of behavior from young punks in today's society doesn't even surprise me sadly. Acting like that starts at home imo.

From my experience, when bullies, young dbags, whatever you want to call them are confronted and given a bit of their own medicine they are not so bad anymore.

Hope your cat is ok.

He's fine now, cheers. Few dreamies and a fuss, and he was purring his head off. 

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When people put stuff in water. 

Like you order water at a restaurant and there’s a load of **** cucumber or berries in there or something. 
 

I didn’t order water with shit in it. I ordered water. 

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8 hours ago, Big Salad said:

That kind of behavior from young punks in today's society doesn't even surprise me sadly. Acting like that starts at home imo.

From my experience, when bullies, young dbags, whatever you want to call them are confronted and given a bit of their own medicine they are not so bad anymore.

Hope your cat is ok.

The trouble is a lot of them are absolute idiots trying to act tough and carry knives nowadays. I was literally just reading about a young dad who got into an argument with some lads whilst out for a walk and ended up dying after being stabbed. 

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12 hours ago, Big Salad said:

That kind of behavior from young punks in today's society doesn't even surprise me sadly. Acting like that starts at home imo.

From my experience, when bullies, young dbags, whatever you want to call them are confronted and given a bit of their own medicine they are not so bad anymore.

Hope your cat is ok.

Is this really something that has got worse, or are you just doing the 'good old days' rose tinted specs thing?

When I was younger there were always incidents of some little scrotes chucking eggs/snowballs/rocks at cars/people/pets, but it's not something I really hear about now. I barely even see kids outside playing like we used to, so I'd be surprised if this is more common.

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27 minutes ago, Sam-AVFC said:

Is this really something that has got worse, or are you just doing the 'good old days' rose tinted specs thing?

When I was younger there were always incidents of some little scrotes chucking eggs/snowballs/rocks at cars/people/pets, but it's not something I really hear about now. I barely even see kids outside playing like we used to, so I'd be surprised if this is more common.

it's been going on since forever, my Mum used to tell a story about her and her friends going round stuffing newspaper up the bottom of cast iron drainpipes then setting fire to it because of the noise it would make and this was during WW2. Kids have always done naughty things

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22 minutes ago, bickster said:

it's been going on since forever, my Mum used to tell a story about her and her friends going round stuffing newspaper up the bottom of cast iron drainpipes then setting fire to it because of the noise it would make and this was during WW2. Kids have always done naughty things

Exactly.

It's still not nice for them to do, but I don't know people pretend any youthful indiscretions are because of a degenerating modern society.

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2 hours ago, ferguson1 said:

Litter dropping etc. Took the kids to Paultons Park/Peppa Pig World on Friday, enjoyable day but very busy. However, I hate seeing litter on the floor or just left on a bench/table. The place has bins everywhere, so just no need to be so lazy.

On leaving and finding our car, an empty parking space was full of litter, inc cans etc. So a family had obviously decided to empty their car of it’s contents and drive off. Ridiculous.

Finally, driving home yesterday a car in front of us (woman and child in front seat) were emptying the contents of their car by throwing stuff out of the window into the bushes. Great, ruin our beautiful countryside you words removed. Rant over.

A lot of people are awful human beings, unfortunately. No pride in their surroundings. What chance does the kid have in your last paragraph, when their lazy slob of a mother is throwing rubbish out of the window. 

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16 hours ago, bickster said:

it's been going on since forever, my Mum used to tell a story about her and her friends going round stuffing newspaper up the bottom of cast iron drainpipes then setting fire to it because of the noise it would make and this was during WW2. Kids have always done naughty things

I used to do naughty  things myself ( I used to carry a couple of brown paper bags and look for dog poo.I would put it in the bag,place the bag on someones front doorstep,set fire to it and ring the door bell before I ran off )but I think what kids do now is not so much for fun or a laugh,now they do nasty things.  

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1 hour ago, Xela said:

A lot of people are awful human beings, unfortunately. No pride in their surroundings. What chance does the kid have in your last paragraph, when their lazy slob of a mother is throwing rubbish out of the window. 


Totally. Young girl was doing it as well. I flashed our lights to show we’d noticed but the woman and kid didn’t care and kept chucking stuff out for about a mile.

I don’t confess to be the best parent and in fact we always feel we do a lot wrong but we’re trying to install the moral basics into our two kids.

Litter dropping just seems wrong to me. 

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Just now, Paddywhack said:

When you show someone a photo on your phone and they start swiping to see your other photos.

Then you have to say “ok pass it back now” which looks absolutely like you have something to hide. 

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And still the Gresford thread rolls on. So **** what if he wears shit tracksuits and gets up on stage with talentless "rappers"?

Please lock that thread.

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1 hour ago, Paddywhack said:

When you show someone a photo on your phone and they start swiping to see your other photos.

They'd love my phone then, full of Tumblr porn 🤣

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Just now, rjw63 said:

And still the Gresford thread rolls on. So **** what if he wears shit tracksuits and gets up on stage with talentless "rappers"?

Please lock that thread.

You’re interested enough to keep reading and commenting about it 😉 

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Just now, Genie said:

You’re interested enough to keep reading and commenting about it 😉 

Yeah but not in the actual thread.

I WANT to tell them all to STFU, but that will bump it to the top again.

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1 minute ago, rjw63 said:

Yeah but not in the actual thread.

I WANT to tell them all to STFU, but that will bump it to the top again.

People keep suggesting the thread should be locked… just don’t read it 🤷‍♂️ 

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