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Thread: What made you (want to) Swear Today III?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spitfireman View Post
    Stop taking the horse to bed
    More of a sheep man are you mate ?:diablo:
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    Getting a letter from the Insolvency Service saying I can't get my hands on the £2000+ in wages I am owed from my previous job after the subsequent (enforced) bankuptcy of the partner of the firm of solicitors as they cannot find records of me working there, so i have to prove it to them. Which would be okay to deal with but for the fact that I had got a letter from the Insolvency Service weeks earlier stating that I had worked there and may be owed some money so should submit a claim.
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    Blood Pressure

    had an overdue BP test, swiftly followed by a stiff talking to by my GP and pills.... have you been under stress she asks.....

    funny you should mention that I replied.........
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    Cat, whilst playing with her favourite toy mouse, flicked it into the fire then ruefully watched it disappear. She has been a bit quiet since then.
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    My ex's cat had to be put to sleep yesterday after being diagnosed with leukemia.

    Such a lovely, friendly animal once he overcame his initial nerves and got to know you...

    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

    Daren Cogdon

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    In the past 24 hours ive driven over 600 miles from Edinburgh to London and from London to Leeds.
    I set off at 2am this morning to be in London to pick up a sick friend ,i got as far as the M40 before the tiredness got the better of me.Like a good boy i pulled into the services,it cost a fortune for a manky sandwich and a tea.I then left the engine running and fell asleep in the car.Only to be woken about an hour later by some bloke in a fluorescent jacket,asking me to pay for the parking.
    Out of my stupor i said Ive not been here that long,he said yes you have Ive been watching you,he was right 2hours and 10 minutes id been on the services.
    I tried to explain this is the only sleep Ive had in probably 22hours,he said he didn't care and cough up or move on.
    Now a tired grumpy,and possibly pretty miffed by now yorkshireman must be a sight to see because when id finished with my tirade of abuse at him,i noticed a fair few cars with drivers in the same boat as me all looking my way.
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    My Mum's dementia.
    And answering the same question every day for four months.
    And according to my doctor,I've got a pretty good chance of going that way myself.
    Enjoy yourself. It's later than you think.

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    Shifting this lot only for a fresh pile to fall....grrrrrrrrrr
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    anti biotics...

    Kidney infection, pills don't seem to be shifting it
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    Quote Originally Posted by archieraf View Post
    Shifting this lot only for a fresh pile to fall....grrrrrrrrrr
    What is that white stuff??

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    Spoke too soon!!
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    Yes, that bloody white stuff that I had to drive home in last night!
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    People who won't take no for an answer.

    Seriously, are you fecking mental?! Look at the bloody weather and tell me YOU would drive in it!! I came home in it last night, in the back of a taxi, and was kacking it just looking out of the window, never mind actually trying to drive in it!

    And I seriously don't care how horny you are!

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    And there was me thinking all men would go through hell and high water to .... :diablo:
    There's not a single flake where I am in sunny Sussex.The sun's shining,the birds are singing and Mr. Bee's gone out somewhere ..aaaaah !
    Enjoy yourself. It's later than you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BumbleBee View Post
    And there was me thinking all men would go through hell and high water to .... :diablo:
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    I certainly used to when younger in the bad winter of 81/82 I regularly drove in appalling weather from abingdon (oxon) to St Helens (lancs) in a Holbay engined Hillman Hunter GLS (not the best snow car LOL) to ....:diablo:

    One memorable evening 3 cars (i was 3rd) were happily following a snow plough at 30mph in heavy snow (quite a comfy posn to be in as a driver !) when some stupid fastard overtook us and the plough - forcing an oncoming artic to veer off the road to miss him...one of the dumbest things I ever saw on the road
    But I got there ok and boy was it worth it LOL

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    Finding out that the level of anti-freeze in my cars engine was insufficient to deal with the stupidly low temperatures. As a result the blocks frozen solid. Luckily I only lost a hose, but the car's immobile until it thaws.

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    The soon to be ex Mrs BSG-75. Kids pet dies, so rather than call me and ask me to tell them gently as they are with me, we bump into her in the supermarket after school and she just blurts it out to our little girl, cue tears and upset. Son comes out of school, little girl tells him before I can say a word, cue upset....

    so, a few hours later.... all calm.....

    Still, Jan 19th is "absolute" day.......
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    STB ex-Mrs BSG-75 sounds like an absolute cow, mate!
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    Now it has snowed - a bit. I had to drive through town during the "school run"! It was as though most of the 4x4s in Kent were on the road, being driven as though the drivers had never driven before.
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    The ******* snow - Sliding my beautiful BMW straight into my neighbours wall

    Insurance company making a mistake with my insurance certificate (said insurance expires on the same date)

    £600 excess...

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    The Insolvency Service authorising my wages claim (see above!) but only deciding that they'll offer £1700 only including holiday pay. FFS they've had 2 @*x!&%^ wageslips that show over £1900 outstanding on that alone
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    I appreciate that many vehicles have their indicator lights disabled, in order that the front fog lights can be permanently on, but the lack of operative indicator lights seems worse in snowy weather........
    What really matters is what you do with what you have.

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    Local authority put some grit/salt bins around the area as there are lots of small driveways and 5 houses here, 4 there etc. So at last, we can salt our way onto the hopefully gritted main road.

    Alas no, a blue van was seen at several of them, emptying the lot into the back .....

    It's probably in bags being sold in laybys already..........
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    After six days of being snowed in, the council finally decided that sending a gritter through our village would be a good idea.

    Unfortunately he didn't grit, he just had the snowplough blade on (though not fully down) so he's done a neat job of removing the last bit of grip any of us had.

    The road is now less driveable than it was when it was two foot deep in snow.

    Morons. Boils my **** that we have to pay for these "services".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSG-75 View Post
    The soon to be ex Mrs BSG-75. Kids pet dies, so rather than call me and ask me to tell them gently as they are with me, we bump into her in the supermarket after school and she just blurts it out to our little girl, cue tears and upset. Son comes out of school, little girl tells him before I can say a word, cue upset....

    so, a few hours later.... all calm.....

    Still, Jan 19th is "absolute" day.......
    And I thought it was us blokes who are supposed to be the insensitive ones???
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    Decree Nisi day.....

    blimey.... all very odd.

    and yes Mr C, you would have thought that wouldn't you !?
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    Every time I look out of the window at work....
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

    Daren Cogdon

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    Chris Hughton getting sacked as manager of Newcastle United made me swear VERY loudly and I also booted the table loudly which left everyone sitting within 6' requiring a change of underwear! :diablo:
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    St. Nicholas having deeper pockets than good old St. George :diablo:
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    Finding item A in rack or pocket holding items B in stores and supermarkets. From cards to clothing to books.
    This is happening more and more and I find it really iritating. The sad part is I have begun to tidy up the rack and put it back in its right place.

    When I hear about people going to casualty when really they should see their own doctor. People seem to be losing any thought of what affect their actions will have on others. why?

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