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» Irrational Hatred

I have a feeling I'll be doing a few of these!
My current pet hate is people who bring their screaming kids to the pub. Its one of the downsides of the smoking ban, you get all these c*nts going to the pub that never used to!
(Thu 31st Mar 2011, 14:49, More)

» Common

People who take their kids to the pub...
...and then proceed to stay for the entire day getting pissed in front of them while feeding them pints and pints of sugary drinks and crisps, and letting the little shits run around screaming pissing off everyone else.

I find that quite common. And cuntish.
(Tue 21st Oct 2008, 11:48, More)

» Where is the strangest place you have slept?

Haven't posted on here in a while....
At a house party I was found asleep/unconscious in a bath full of ice (The beer was being kept there, there was clearly some method to my madness)
(Fri 29th Dec 2006, 13:28, More)

» Pet Peeves

Oh my, where to start
People who bring uneccessary things onto the tube during rush hour, such as bikes, children, PUSHCHAIRS. I struggle to see why they can't just wait until rush hour has finished, then take your child to the museum or wherever you're going - fair enough if its a school run, but otherwise NO. And if you have a fucking bike then fucking use it, don't take it on the tube taking up space, its cramped enough as it is you cunt.

Another tube related one - people who wait until they get to the barrier before searching for their oyster card/ticket and causing a queue. Is it that difficult to have it ready before you get there? This also applies to people in supermarkets not getting their purse or wallet out until the very last minute...grrr

Noisy eaters

Noisy people

Inconsiderate people in general

All of mine appear to be people related, ho hum
(Fri 2nd May 2008, 10:44, More)

» Evidence that you're getting old

Although only 25
I quite often make a sigh of relief when I sit down and a groan of effort when standing up...

Surely only old people do this...?
(Thu 28th Oct 2004, 14:47, More)
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