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That I can't look at graphic (gory) pictures anymore. Years ago I'd click on anything, shit, I'd have clicked on them not that long ago. Now I just haven't the stomach for it. Too upsetting all of a sudden.

 

Hm.

 

The Boston picture isn't that bad although I do question why I had to look at it.

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That I've just found a "pub Channel" on my sky box and its a subscription channel

What sort of weirdo would subscribe to a channel like that ?

 

 

I'm not sure if you're being serious. It's a channel for pubs.

 

I don't think it's even available to most consumers, you need a commercial license to subscribe to it.

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That I've just found a "pub Channel" on my sky box and its a subscription channel

What sort of weirdo would subscribe to a channel like that ?

 

 

I'm not sure if you're being serious. It's a channel for pubs.

 

I don't think it's even available to most consumers, you need a commercial license to subscribe to it.

 

 

Does it show music videos with no sound and come with a free CD of different songs to be played simultaneously in the background?

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That I've just found a "pub Channel" on my sky box and its a subscription channel

What sort of weirdo would subscribe to a channel like that ?

 

 

I'm not sure if you're being serious. It's a channel for pubs.

 

I don't think it's even available to most consumers, you need a commercial license to subscribe to it.

 

 

Does it show music videos with no sound and come with a free CD of different songs to be played simultaneously in the background?

Next up Cellar management followed by National certificate for door supervisors... Apparently you can take a training course to help you manage your door responsibilities correctly

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You went on holiday to keswick?

You know how to treat your missus, ay you smooth bastard ;)

 

Her idea, mate. [1] We both love the Lakes. We could even handle the rain, but too many things went wrong this week. Perfect shitstorm. 

 

[1] She chose the accommodation, and paid for it. 

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I saw a black squirrel in the woods the other week in Hungary , didnt even know there was such a thing until that point

 

 

Apparently they're just reds or greys that are for some reason producing sort of "anti-albinos". So there are black red squirrels and black grey squirrels. 

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Having renewed tenancy at a flat in London for another year, I get a text from the landlord saying "great that you're renewing, certainly saves me a lot of hassle. I've popped by a few times and everything looked OK but I haven't done a proper inspection in 2 years and last time my concern was at the amount of dust around skirting boards etc. I'll pop by next week to do a proper inspection and discuss a professional clean to get it back".

 

Cheeky bastard.

 

1. I had a leak (its on the top floor) and as a goodwill gesture I let him "pop by" whilst I wasn't here over christmas to re-plaster the ceiling. This was the last time he was here and the place had been vacant for 2 weeks prior.

 

2. A bit of dust around skirting boards does not constitute a breach of tenancy(!)

 

3. If he wants to get someone in to do a "professional clean" then he can pay for it.

 

I keep the place the clean. This just irks me big time. 

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Having renewed tenancy at a flat in London for another year, I get a text from the landlord saying "great that you're renewing, certainly saves me a lot of hassle. I've popped by a few times and everything looked OK but I haven't done a proper inspection in 2 years and last time my concern was at the amount of dust around skirting boards etc. I'll pop by next week to do a proper inspection and discuss a professional clean to get it back".

 

Cheeky bastard.

 

1. I had a leak (its on the top floor) and as a goodwill gesture I let him "pop by" whilst I wasn't here over christmas to re-plaster the ceiling. This was the last time he was here and the place had been vacant for 2 weeks prior.

 

2. A bit of dust around skirting boards does not constitute a breach of tenancy(!)

 

3. If he wants to get someone in to do a "professional clean" then he can pay for it.

 

I keep the place the clean. This just irks me big time. 

 

to give both sides of the story I also mentioned the disturbing amount of porn I found under your bed and the fact that somebody had pulled the cable out of the spycam in the bedroom

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Asking for Corona and getting offered Sol, being told its the same! :rant:

 

You should've ordered a pint, pal.

 

 

Next best thing to me is a pint of guinness, Cant stand pints of lager anymore might aswell drink a pint of cricket piss.

 

Used to like stella or 1664 but even they now smell like shite and taste like fosters, carling ect.

 

Not for me thanks pal.

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Having renewed tenancy at a flat in London for another year, I get a text from the landlord saying "great that you're renewing, certainly saves me a lot of hassle. I've popped by a few times and everything looked OK but I haven't done a proper inspection in 2 years and last time my concern was at the amount of dust around skirting boards etc. I'll pop by next week to do a proper inspection and discuss a professional clean to get it back".

Cheeky bastard.

1. I had a leak (its on the top floor) and as a goodwill gesture I let him "pop by" whilst I wasn't here over christmas to re-plaster the ceiling. This was the last time he was here and the place had been vacant for 2 weeks prior.

2. A bit of dust around skirting boards does not constitute a breach of tenancy(!)

3. If he wants to get someone in to do a "professional clean" then he can pay for it.

I keep the place the clean. This just irks me big time.

Our landlady txt us last week to say the estate agents have recomended increasing the rent, we've been here for 8 months and I spend atleast 2 hours a week removing mould from the upstairs bedrooms, I'm like a caretaker in the house and she txts me to say the rent might be going up! I just told her to **** right off and said I will go through appropriate channels and not pay any rent until the mould is sorted

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Populist rhetoric.

 

Why do we let politicians get away with blowing smoke up our collective arses?

 

"The American spirit is undiminished by..."

"The people of Britain are united in their resolve to..."

"Australians are hard-working/tolerant/determined, etc."

 

Every time some vote-grubbing polly comes out with crap like that I get a warm fuzzy feeling for a nanosecond, followed by disgust at their cynical attempt at manipulation. Unfortunately the voting masses seem to lap it up. What a bunch of fools we are.

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Populist rhetoric.

 

Why do we let politicians get away with blowing smoke up our collective arses?

 

"The American spirit is undiminished by..."

"The people of Britain are united in their resolve to..."

"Australians are hard-working/tolerant/determined, etc."

 

Every time some vote-grubbing polly comes out with crap like that I get a warm fuzzy feeling for a nanosecond, followed by disgust at their cynical attempt at manipulation. Unfortunately the voting masses seem to lap it up. What a bunch of fools we are.

 

What did you expect?

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What did you expect?

 

 

 

Fools, I s'pose :(

 

Well, if you were a businessman and wanted people to buy your goods, you wouldn't say anything that would piss off potential customers. Similarly, if you were looking to get elected, you would praise your electorate, not disparage them.

 

Regrettable state of affairs, perhaps, but entirely natural.

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