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Freddie Woo tells us "I'm having to drive 500 miles to pick up my son from the ex's house because she won't let him take the train in case he gets off at the wrong station. He's 19 years old and has A-Levels and everything." - Tell us about illogical and irrational people who get on your nerves.

(, Thu 10 Oct 2013, 12:24)
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Drunk and disoriented
I was fairly irrational and got on Mrs Ducks nerves this weekend I had to share

I met up with an old friend in Bristol and got very pissed. Unfortunately the village where I live doesn't have a late bus service. And a taxi costs a stupendous amount of money. So I got a bus that got me close and walked along a cycle track to my village.

On the walk home the cycle track was pitch black. I just put my iPod on a bimbled along. I thought it was taking me a long time to get to the place where I leave the track but for some reason (cider) I kept on going. At this point I must have disassociated from conscience thought because I realised when I snapped back I had left the cycle track and I didn't know where I was. For some reason(cider) I didn't go back the way I came I continued to walk trying to find out where I was. At this point for some reason(cider) I tripped over a kerb with my hands in my pockets and face- planted the tarmac (split lip, nose bleed (no tissue), broke glasses).

I begged a lift off someone who obviously turned down the opportunity to spend any time with a very drunk bloke covered in blood.
I continued to wander about trying to find out where the fuck I was then Mrs Duck phones to find out where the fuck I am .... an uncomfortable conversation followed. She hung up fully intending to leave me to it but rang back, asked me what I could see (not much... no glasses and very pissed seeing wasn't one of my strong points) She eventually worked our where I was because of a garden centre and came and got me (and she had to wake up and bring my 8yr old daughter). To say I'm in the dog house is an understatement I may be forgiven about march next year.
(, Mon 14 Oct 2013, 11:03, 7 replies)
beware the moon
and stick to the roads
(, Mon 14 Oct 2013, 12:25, closed)
I've heard that
The Slaughtered lamb does a decent pint up that way
(, Wed 16 Oct 2013, 14:53, closed)
they don't sell campari, though

(, Wed 16 Oct 2013, 16:54, closed)
They do a nice Malibu and Lemonade

(, Thu 17 Oct 2013, 10:18, closed)
What a miserable bitch and uptight. She should have been smashed on half price
Chardonnay and not in any state to pick you up.
(, Mon 14 Oct 2013, 12:27, closed)
She had an early night because she had to work early the next morning, so her anger was justified I think. She's not normally that intolerant.
(, Mon 14 Oct 2013, 13:01, closed)
All seems perfectly normal.
Which bit was irrational?
(, Mon 14 Oct 2013, 16:42, closed)

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