R12_CV said:For a while now I've had a theory that if I parked on the Moon, some fecking bint in a 3 door hatch would park next to me... That in-itself ain't a prob as when said bint opens her 3' door it smacks right into my sidestep (Defender :twisted: )
The problem arises when I try to load my timber/barbed wire and bags of coal salvaged from former pit sites into all my officer's (Sorry...orifices) these bints really suffer the brunt of my aluminium doors!!
But hey, park next to a dog; expect to get p!ssed on!
You shop? I thought you would have sent one of your slaves to do it for you.pinkprincess said:As far away as possible, I leave the ones closest ti the supermarket entrance for the fat, lazy, disgusting b'stards with belly-cleavage - UGH - they need _lots_ of room to get into their cars...
Its always a giggle watching the "fat bastard" couple at the checkout. The choppers can't even squeeze past each other, and one has to back out to let the other past. I also chuckle because there shopping always has diet coke. I feel like telling them"its not working".Blackrat said:and even bigger body masses.
Ah. But diet coke cancels out all the calories in carbs you see.witsend said:Its always a giggle watching the "fat bastard" couple at the checkout. The choppers can't even squeeze past each other, and one has to back out to let the other past. I also chuckle because there shopping always has diet coke. I feel like telling them"its not working".
Being an avid collector of such marks from Marlin Spikes (both Ancient & Modern) your humble contribution is gratefully received.Haggis_Catcher said:some little chav in a suped up saxo has put a nice bright gold dent in the door of my brand new car this morning but lucky enough i had the rigging knife acquired from the stores in the car and put a nice big scratch or two on his car with the marlin spike.
Too discretionary Jimbo, what would work lend some consistency would be a set of scales built into the deck by the conveyor belt and a sliding scale of fat tax with say clinically obese rated at about 300% on all high calorie scran down to a manageable 10% for those like me with a slight loss of definition around their waistline as a gentle reminder not to over indulge...StixJimboRM said:Does anyone think that checkout operators should be able to refuse to serve people, like barmen/maids? E.G.
1) Really drunk bloke goes to bar to order another drink; Barman - "I'm sorry sir I cannot serve you, you have had far too much already"
2) Really fat b'stard goes to checkout at supermarket with trolley full of crisps and other 'healthy' snacks and ready meals; checkout operator "I'm sorry sir I cannot serve you, you have had far too much already"
p.s. this could also work at fast food outlets etc.