Things that annoy you

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  1. greys4life

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    People who take their kids to the footy and then let them kick the back of the seat in front of them ffs!
     
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    Students....Don't pay council tax so we pay for them......I despair i really do..
     
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    People who cancel your ebay purchases, claiming they're 'lost', because they sold them too cheaply.

    People who then do a spot of amateur painting to try and pretend a new listing is a different item.

    Now, where's that report button...?
     
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    I always thought people abandoned dogs because you had to pay the RSPCA to take them, so obviously if they're poor that's why they do it. (Poor justification I know, just trying to comprehend their bizarre mentality).

    However, I believe it's free so there's literally no excuse to do that to an animal, especially to one as loyal as a dog.
     
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    Dogs Trust never put a healthy dog down either (like Cat's Protection League) so there's always a way.

    Like you say, incomprehensible really.
     
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  6. Nick

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    Yeah there are always places. One of mine was from somebody who left a pregnant dog in the vets and said just put the mum and puppies down because he wasn't bothered and didn't want the hassle.
     
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    Oh yeah, the Dog's Trust are quite good I believe, better than RSPCA.

    Like I said, I initially thought there's no way someone could be that much of a twat to abandon a dog when they can give it to a charity for free... oh wait, we are on planet Earth :(
     
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    Always got the family cats from CPL. tbh never understood the need to pay for a breed unless it's a working dog (fine if it happens to be one). A friendly mongrel or moggy does the same job as a pet after all.
     
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    Who is the boss in our house
     
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    There are hundreds of rescues that take dogs in without payment in fact i don't know any that ask for payment. There is no justification for dumping a dog, tipping it out on the motorway, hacking it's ears off or smacking it over the head with a shovel when its done being useful or getting a bit slow.

    The rescue I used to help out with are currently looking after a young lurcher, dumped with a broken pelvis, plastic cup stuck over its mouth so it could eat or drink - lovely people of there. You wouldn't believe what goes one.
     
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    "We will just need to onboard you"
    "What's that?"
    "We will just need to sign you up"

    Why not just say that? Chuffed twats.
     
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    Shes still drinking bah humbug
     
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    Still the wine? Fair play!
     
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    People who do that to dogs, or any animal, can we break their pelvis?
     
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    Lads with boxing gloves hanging around their rear view mirror.

    Like it instantly makes them ‘double fucking naughty’.
     
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    Still trollied - she better be up for the match tomorrow or else !!
     
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    Sorry if their is another thread on this but Harry Kane mbe..............WTF,,,,,,,,,,
     
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    To me that's a come on then so get right up their arses........Car bumpers i mean \:) !
     
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    Yup. With you on that.

    Fibbing in general on eBay.

    Ordered a band hoodie (don't ask, you won't like the answer).

    The eBay seller provided a tracking number.

    Delivery went a number of days past the anticipated date, so I checked the tracking number and it didn't exist.

    Emailed the seller to say the item wasn't received and they replied with there was a delay in delivery. They didn't reply at all to the 'the tracking number doesn't exist' comment.


    Lo and behold, a couple of days later the item arrived and it wasn't tracked .

    Upon closer inspection the tracking number they supplied wasn't even in Royal Mail format. Too many digits, not the correct prefix. They clearly had not had the item tracked at all.

    Just be bloody honest.
     
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    You do the pelvis I'll do the ears and muzzle them!
     
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    Thats the Dogs bollocks m8.
     
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    Fucking flytippers! On a short ride this morning and seem 21 different examples of it chucked on the side of the roads or farmers fields. Seen 6 sofas!

    Bastards the lot of em
     
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    I suspect this is people selling themselves as a waste disposal company who don't wanna pay any of the fees to the council. Scumbags
     
  24. Nick

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    Yeah they will be charging people and then just dumping it.

    If they have the van to get it to the road to dump it they would have to pay for the tip, I'd chop it up and take it in the car in 2 trips because I'm stingy!
     
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    In the past couple of days someone has dumped a load of polystyrene and a kids bike in a hedge at the entrance to the park on my street, I don't understand why people do it.
     
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    The council will pick things up for next to nothing as well, when I bought my property the old owners left some bulky furniture, I paid £15 for them to take away 3 large wardrobes and a bed.
     
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    Only for stuff they think they can re-sell.
     
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    Yes, sorry. I meant to delete that part after checking with their website.
     
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    Down in Brighton there's an unsaid rule that if you fly tip on the street then it's free for people to take. We moved out the other day and left out a rug, full kitchen set of plates and cutlery, chair, and several lamps and it was gone within the hour
     
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    My neighbor does that, just put their stuff out saying "free". It's a dirty, damp carpet FFS.
     
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    Haha i put a smiley face on our note but this was all decent quality. We contacted charities to take away everything else for free to be resold on to others.
     
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    No it's just stuff they should be putting in the bin. It ends up down the road
     
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    Candles. And specifically womens obsession with them.
     

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