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Mr Newton sighs, "ever known anyone so spoilt you would love to strangle? I lived with a Paris Hilton-a-like who complained about everything, stomped her feet and whinged till she got her way. There was a happy ending though: she had to drop out of uni due to becoming pregnant after a one night stand..."

Who's the spoiltest person you've met? Has karma come to bite them yet? Or did you in fact end up strangling them? Uncle B3ta (and the serious crimes squad) wants to know.

(, Thu 9 Oct 2008, 14:11)
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There's always one...
Back in the day, there was a guy at school, a year younger than myself. And his family are loaded. I'm talking rich in a fee paying school.

Anyway "Dick" was quite badly spoiled and was an appaulingly arrogant little shit. He has a lovely family, but they gave him everything, and it made him think he was the second coming.

He came back from school holidays boasting about how he successfully spent AU$10 000 on clothes. And, of course, he always thought he was right. Perfect.

But it turned out fine in the end. A fair few of us started a bit of a pogrom against him (to his face of course). A noteworthy mention must go to the exceptional fellow who surprised him wielding a toy knife we found. After much tomfoolery (none of it quite that in-his-face) and several cries, he threatening us with 'his lawyer'. Then we graduated, leaving the rest of his grade to keep up the groundwork we put in.

He had better not end up at my university...
(, Tue 14 Oct 2008, 13:26, 5 replies)
How long ago
does something need to have happend before it can be described as occuring 'back in the day'?
(, Tue 14 Oct 2008, 13:52, closed)
I was wondering this too
I mean you're between school and uni by the sounds of it- hardly "back in the day" and more "last Tuesday".
(, Tue 14 Oct 2008, 13:56, closed)
and more to the point...
what the fuckity fuck does 'back in the day' fucking well cunting mean anyway?
(, Tue 14 Oct 2008, 14:07, closed)
It means
"I wish to give this story an air of nostalgia"
(, Tue 14 Oct 2008, 14:11, closed)
another way of saying
'once upon a time' then?

More importantly checkout the announcement from GW Bush on the BBC. "The means of production have been put in the control of the workers" YES!
(, Tue 14 Oct 2008, 14:19, closed)

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