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People who push in/try to jump queues at the bar. 

 

Was out last year with a couple who my Mrs knows. Her mates husband seemed ok until we got to the bar. Big queue but he managed to push his way through and start shouting the bar staff to serve him despite people being there ages before him then throwing a strop when he got told to wait. Put me right off him and then I started thinking he was  a massive cunt no matter how sound he tried to come across for the rest of the night. 

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37 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Some people are just obviously cunts; all the signs are there.

 

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I searched google for that picture, and it came up with "similar results for hair loss".

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People who say they are coming round to your house and don't turn up for hours. Cunts. 

 

They think you have nothing to do apart from wait around for them all day.

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2 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Some people are just obviously cunts; all the signs are there.

 

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Harsh on Jimmy Corkhill that.

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People in conversation/on social media who react to people discussing vegetarian substitutes to meat products (veggie sausages/burgers etc) by saying something utterly predictable like "I'd rather have a big, juicy bit of steak, lol!" 

 

Turn it in. I'm not a veggie. But, some people are. And some people eat meat. Just let people get on with it. It's so fucking dull. 

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6 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

People in conversation/on social media who react to people discussing vegetarian substitutes to meat products (veggie sausages/burgers etc) by saying something utterly predictable like "I'd rather have a big, juicy bit of steak, lol!" 

 

Turn it in. I'm not a veggie. But, some people are. And some people eat meat. Just let people get on with it. It's so fucking dull. 

I like when they call out vegan meat substitutes as processed rubbish without any hint of irony. 

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3 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I like when they call out vegan meat substitutes as processed rubbish without any hint of irony. 

I've actually started having some veggie things over the meat version. Not all the time, but I quite like the odd veggie substitute burger, sausage and sausage roll. 

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59 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

I've actually started having some veggie things over the meat version. Not all the time, but I quite like the odd veggie substitute burger, sausage and sausage roll. 


I’d rather have a big, juicy...

 


What were we talking about again?

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4 hours ago, sir roger said:

It’s just a good job that vegans and vegetarians aren’t preachy at all and usually so understanding of people who do not share their views.

Didn't you vote unsmoked bacon in my bacon poll? 

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13 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:


I’d rather have a big, juicy...

 


What were we talking about again?

You're after the licking fanny thread mate. Down the hall, turn left. Follow your nose.

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14 hours ago, Nelly-Torres said:

I've actually started having some veggie things over the meat version. Not all the time, but I quite like the odd veggie substitute burger, sausage and sausage roll. 

I've been doing that too thanks to the GF.

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9 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Didn't you vote unsmoked bacon in my bacon poll? 

Smoked bacon is joked bacon.

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14 hours ago, sir roger said:

It’s just a good job that vegans and vegetarians aren’t preachy at all and usually so understanding of people who do not share their views.

Some of them are. But, this is different. It'll be on adverts for things like Naked Glory sausages and they'll pop up with their inane comments. You don't seem to get the same with veggies, popping up on Richmond Sausages adverts saying they'd sooner have a nut roast. 

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2 hours ago, General Dryness said:

You're after the licking fanny thread mate. Down the hall, turn left. Follow your nose.

Make sure you take your swimming cap.

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17 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

You need some good speakers to play that Ultrasound.

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