Things that annoy you

RegTheDonk

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It's similar to youtube but live, so you can interact with the people while they play video games, from what he's told me, he basically gives these scantily clad women a few quid for a shout out and he has a wank. It's basically prostitution without the sex.

I'm guessing he probably has an onlyfans account.
Link? For a friend, like 🤪
 

fernandopartridge

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Britbox. All for paying for repeats if that floats your boat as that what it was billed as ... but original programming? I used to like Spitting Image but it's taking the piss they're putting a new show on this platform.
I wouldn't worry about that, the new Spitting Image is made by a load of arseholes
 

skyblue1991

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Britbox. All for paying for repeats if that floats your boat as that what it was billed as ... but original programming? I used to like Spitting Image but it's taking the piss they're putting a new show on this platform.
Also the fact Spitting Image will be toned down as to not offend.

I'm sorry but that is literally the point of the programme!

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BodicoteSkyBlue

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Random strangers wanting to chat whilst I’m enjoying the sun on my holidays. I’m here to relax,drink beer & do nothing. Leave me alone, I’m not interested in who’s looking after your dog at home or where you went for dinner last night.
 
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ajsccfc

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Honestly. It's mental. The solution is in a hollow cotton bud, you snap one end it it drains into the cotton bud on one end.
Put it on the ulcer and hold it on. The pain is worse than a kick in the bollocks but make sure you do it for long enough. And that's it. No more pain, the area turns white and numb for a bit then clears up. It essentially burns it away.

Found a link for it
Just had a chance to try it. Find the taste is worse than the sting but my god, worth every penny. Completely gone rather than the week + of discomfort they normally bring. I knew 2020 would be good for something!
 
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hill83

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Just had a chance to try it. Find the taste is worse than the sting but my god, worth every penny. Completely gone rather than the week + of discomfort they normally bring. I knew 2020 would be good for something!
Highlight of my year this, haha.
Glad it worked out.
 
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ajsccfc

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It's mad, the ulcer's still physically there but it's like a power button was hit that turned it off in seconds. Properly minor life changing, this stuff
 

LastGarrison

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I’ve either got a groin strain or done something to my hip flexor.

It’s been a few months now and I can’t shift it and it’s beginning to do my head right in.
 

Sick Boy

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I've eaten the triple cheeseburger and it's lovely. It's not actually that big, to be honest. Good value at 2.19 or whatever it is.
Don’t think there’s one in Cov but check out 7bone, went to the one in Hove a few (many times). @shmmeee @fernandopartridge
 

dutchman

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There was a shelf-stacker in Morrisons last night wearing his face mask around his neck. He should have been fired on the spot.
 

SBAndy

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People who think the rules (Corona) don't apply to them.
Couple of instances of this I’ve found out about in the last day or so. One chap who had a positive test played Sunday League football yesterday. Now banned for the rest of the season. Another chap who tested positive trying to go to the pub and was told by the landlord to fuck off. Don’t get it at all.
 

fernandopartridge

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Couple of instances of this I’ve found out about in the last day or so. One chap who had a positive test played Sunday League football yesterday. Now banned for the rest of the season. Another chap who tested positive trying to go to the pub and was told by the landlord to fuck off. Don’t get it at all.
It is ultimately a reflection of the "I'm alright, Jack" mentality which pervades the UK. The constant coronavirus messaging which has focused on your own risk of illness rather than the more important risk of passing it on to others is at fault. If everybody focused on not passing it to others, the risk to themselves as individuals would logically reduce. It doesn't work the other way.

Some people just can't think outside of themselves.
 

OffenhamSkyBlue

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It is ultimately a reflection of the "I'm alright, Jack" mentality which pervades the UK. The constant coronavirus messaging which has focused on your own risk of illness rather than the more important risk of passing it on to others is at fault. If everybody focused on not passing it to others, the risk to themselves as individuals would logically reduce. It doesn't work the other way.

Some people just can't think outside of themselves.
Spot on! I was having a discussion on Twitter last night with someone who was vaunting the Sweden model (the architect of which spent the early months of the pandemic slagging off the UK lockdown approach). The problem is that Sweden didn't NEED to lock down because everyone apparently politely followed all the suggested social distancing rules without being told twice.
I was accused of having "a low opinion of my countrymen and women" by suggesting that approach wouldn't have worked here - EXACTLY as you have said, FP.
IF all the students had returned to Uni (or not, perhaps??) and followed the measures which had been carefully calculated to restrict the spread, the number of infections in the UK would NOT be rising the way it has in the past 4 weeks.
Someone on the radio this morning reminded me that there WASN'T a (significant) spike after VE day, or even when the pubs reopened on 4th July, but it sure as hell has since universities went back. I'm not *blaming* the students for doing what young people do, but i'm afraid the facts are there for all to see - and the hospitality industry has had to be the fall-guy for it, because that is where a lot of the "inter-household" transmission occurs - not in a controlled environment like a lecture theatre.
 

Tommo1993

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Spot on! I was having a discussion on Twitter last night with someone who was vaunting the Sweden model (the architect of which spent the early months of the pandemic slagging off the UK lockdown approach). The problem is that Sweden didn't NEED to lock down because everyone apparently politely followed all the suggested social distancing rules without being told twice.
I was accused of having "a low opinion of my countrymen and women" by suggesting that approach wouldn't have worked here - EXACTLY as you have said, FP.
IF all the students had returned to Uni (or not, perhaps??) and followed the measures which had been carefully calculated to restrict the spread, the number of infections in the UK would NOT be rising the way it has in the past 4 weeks.
Someone on the radio this morning reminded me that there WASN'T a (significant) spike after VE day, or even when the pubs reopened on 4th July, but it sure as hell has since universities went back. I'm not *blaming* the students for doing what young people do, but i'm afraid the facts are there for all to see - and the hospitality industry has had to be the fall-guy for it, because that is where a lot of the "inter-household" transmission occurs - not in a controlled environment like a lecture theatre.
I would blame them. Why would they need to be told not to gather in large groups? After everything that’s happened. Fucking idiots.
 

fernandopartridge

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Spot on! I was having a discussion on Twitter last night with someone who was vaunting the Sweden model (the architect of which spent the early months of the pandemic slagging off the UK lockdown approach). The problem is that Sweden didn't NEED to lock down because everyone apparently politely followed all the suggested social distancing rules without being told twice.
I was accused of having "a low opinion of my countrymen and women" by suggesting that approach wouldn't have worked here - EXACTLY as you have said, FP.
IF all the students had returned to Uni (or not, perhaps??) and followed the measures which had been carefully calculated to restrict the spread, the number of infections in the UK would NOT be rising the way it has in the past 4 weeks.
Someone on the radio this morning reminded me that there WASN'T a (significant) spike after VE day, or even when the pubs reopened on 4th July, but it sure as hell has since universities went back. I'm not *blaming* the students for doing what young people do, but i'm afraid the facts are there for all to see - and the hospitality industry has had to be the fall-guy for it, because that is where a lot of the "inter-household" transmission occurs - not in a controlled environment like a lecture theatre.
In fairness to students, student digs have literally brought 6-8 households together on a massive scale. It was inevitable. That said, I don't think the mixed messages (Prof Gupta being given prime time coverage to talk about it being a moral duty for young people to catch coronavirus) have helped and students most probably haven't adhered to the 'rules' whatever they were in particular place.
 

Nick

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When people ask you about something and you ask them a simple question and their response is "can you liaise with X and Y".

No, I can't. If you want to know something you should know the very basics about it all.

Its the same as when somebody calls you and then puts you on hold.

Pricks.