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» Eccentrics

When I used to work in Portsmouth Boots
I used to stack shelves early morning, when the shop opened a the time we were for some reason forbidden to wear our tabbards, so we used to take them off.

If I was just about to finish, I would just kind of carry it around with me rather than go to the locker room and come back.

So on many an occasion this very happy Inidan man would come up to me, almost pissing himself with laughter and say "Oh look, you are carrying your tunic." He never said anything else to me, ever.

I never did understand why it was soo funny.
(Mon 3rd Nov 2008, 0:03, More)

» Common

Slapping your mouth while eating.
I think that this is really common. If I am eating with you, I most certainly do NOT want to hear every chew you make or indeed see the first part of you digesting your dinner at first hand.

If your Mother didn't teach you to eat properly, I will be most happy to help you with table manners.

Oh, and if we are having a cup of tea or coffee, if you start slurping I am likely not to be overly happy.
(Mon 20th Oct 2008, 20:42, More)

» Common

People who can't drink with the little finger elevated.
When I was down the pub with some pals, I was most shocked that they were downing pints of low quality cider without raising their little finger whilst doing so.

I pointed out this, and my friends tried their best to oblige. Unfortunatly they couldn't manage to raise the little finger and drink without spilling it.

Now that's common.
(Mon 20th Oct 2008, 20:24, More)

» Black Sheep

Gotta love those parents
SO, very black and goes baa is my biological father. (note NOT dad)

Anyway, such a fantastic catholic from an Irish background, had several affairs, then after taking a swing at my Mum, she chuched him out and divorced him.

I hardn't think it's a record, but he once went 10 years without so much as a phone call. Nice man.
(Fri 14th Jan 2005, 19:32, More)