Sgt Hartman

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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from gibbon in £85K bill for bad behaviour on plane   
    That duck-faced instagram tart caused two RAF jets to go supersonic!?
    And divert a flight?
    Fuck 85k, 85 years would do nicely.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from stokiescum in £85K bill for bad behaviour on plane   
    That duck-faced instagram tart caused two RAF jets to go supersonic!?
    And divert a flight?
    Fuck 85k, 85 years would do nicely.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from one mile two pence in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from SillyBilly in Excessive Anxiety Coverage Disorder   
    I've no idea what's going on but I'd say about half of Mrs H's circle of female friends are either being medicated or are off work as a result of it.  
     
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from stokiescum in The perfect Sandwich   
    Absolutely love that stuff though I have to fit a seatbelt to the bog if I have too much of it.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from MrPin in The Demonisation of Masculinity continues   
    Oh yeah, fuck those guys. They were worst around Star Ferry from what I remember. There did become a point where they became a real pain in the arse around the tourist areas however HK tourist board (or whoever) didn't really tolerate that for long and they were pretty firmly put back in their box.
    Every day I went to school, I had to walk through the Central ferry terminal and I was always chased by one of those guys harassing me to buy a shitty suit. Funnily enough, I know someone who did actually buy one from them, he came back to the UK and about two weeks later, a shoulder or something split and he discovered that it had been padded out with folded up pages of the South China Morning Post. 
     
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from swiss_democracy_for_all in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Green People.   
    This should be put on a plaque somewhere important.
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    Sgt Hartman reacted to Chewing Grass in Green People.   
    I think we are getting to a point where identity politics/colour has just become so naff that nobody is interested anymore and anyone who bangs on about it is just an arsehole.
    Yasmin Alibhai-Brown being exhibit A.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from DeepLurker in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from JFK in Trivial Things that annoy you   
    Bit entitled of them to ask you to move in that case. I'll move for a family or something if I'm in a cafe and at a table for four but if I was at a two person table I'd be telling them to piss off. 
    That said, we were in a pub once at a large table and a guy asked if he could perch on the end to eat his dinner, 'sure!' We said.
    About two hours later his mates had shown up and we were squashed down the end of the table as more of his cohorts arrived. To be fair they were chatty guys and bought us some beer but I couldn't help feel that was a cheeky move. 
    My mate aired his displeasure - literally - at such treatment by dropping the occasional silent but deadly fart, the sort that would make an onion cry and a dog leave the room but despite his best efforts, it failed to shift them.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from JFK in Trivial Things that annoy you   
    If you are a graffiti 'artist' then your punishment, IMHO, should be to have whatever you've sprayed on a public surface tattooed on to some part of your body. 
    That said, some of the tattoos I've seen make it look like this is already being enforced.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from The Generation Game 🙌 in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from Rowley in Excessive Anxiety Coverage Disorder   
    I've no idea what's going on but I'd say about half of Mrs H's circle of female friends are either being medicated or are off work as a result of it.  
     
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    Sgt Hartman reacted to MrPin in Excessive Anxiety Coverage Disorder   
    It's the loo, isn't it.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from Kwyjibo in Trivial Things that annoy you   
    Or worse, those who don't put the divider down after they've finished placing their purchases. 
    I like to fix them with my finest and utterly ineffectual British stare.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from Fully Detached in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from VeryMeanReversion in Trivial Things that annoy you   
    Bit entitled of them to ask you to move in that case. I'll move for a family or something if I'm in a cafe and at a table for four but if I was at a two person table I'd be telling them to piss off. 
    That said, we were in a pub once at a large table and a guy asked if he could perch on the end to eat his dinner, 'sure!' We said.
    About two hours later his mates had shown up and we were squashed down the end of the table as more of his cohorts arrived. To be fair they were chatty guys and bought us some beer but I couldn't help feel that was a cheeky move. 
    My mate aired his displeasure - literally - at such treatment by dropping the occasional silent but deadly fart, the sort that would make an onion cry and a dog leave the room but despite his best efforts, it failed to shift them.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from gibbon in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman reacted to Van Lady in Cool women   
    Nobody on here knows them but I’ve encountered two, IMO, cool (inspirational) women in my life.
    The first was a lady I encountered in Alcoholics Anonymous. When I met her she had been sober for twenty years despite her horrendous life circumstances. She was born into a wealthy family and travelled the world in luxury due to her father’s job. Unfortunately she drank far too many bottles of gin per week so her family disowned her and paid for her incarceration in a psychiatric hospital.
    Her first six years starting in her late 30’s were in a locked ward then she got a bit of freedom to attend AA meetings with a minder and eventually she escalated to living independently until death starting a year or so after meeting her. I’ll never forget her.    When I was struggling with alcohol addiction she really helped and inspired me. She got truly sober and enjoyed her life IMO despite her circumstances. I don’t think I would have coped or even got sober if my life circumstances were anything like hers. Betty, the most serene person I’ve ever encountered. 
    When I moved to my latest home around 8 years ago I really really liked one of my elderly neighbours. She was so interesting to talk to and had a joie de vivre regarding life. I was astonished when I found out she was in her 90’s. I’d thought she was 70ish. She drove until she was 100 then taxis picked her up regularly every week to meet her friends for coffee. She also got plenty of visitors to her home. Two years ago she had to go into a care home due to physical and mental incapacity. Martha, she still “held court” in the care home. Despite being a bit wandered she still had plenty of chat. Remarkable ordinary woman who died peacefully and well looked after by her son and friends a few months ago ....aged 105. 
    I’m sure many people can relate to ordinary remarkable people......women in this thread. For a start it’s more meaningful day to day and real to regularly encounter such people and get to know them fairly well.  Reading about famous inspirational, remarkable or cool women is good but I don’t know them personally so I forget them whereas I’ll never forget the two I’ve mentioned.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from UmBongo in Baked beans   
    The Heinz bean to juice ratio now takes the piss.
    I drain them off before heating them up now.
    Wagon wheels and shrinking confectionary is one thing, to mess with a man's beans is substandard behaviour.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from lid in Tommy Robinson thread   
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from UnconventionalWisdom in Baked beans   
    The Heinz bean to juice ratio now takes the piss.
    I drain them off before heating them up now.
    Wagon wheels and shrinking confectionary is one thing, to mess with a man's beans is substandard behaviour.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from spunko in Baked beans   
    The Heinz bean to juice ratio now takes the piss.
    I drain them off before heating them up now.
    Wagon wheels and shrinking confectionary is one thing, to mess with a man's beans is substandard behaviour.
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    Sgt Hartman got a reaction from Kilham in Baked beans   
    The Heinz bean to juice ratio now takes the piss.
    I drain them off before heating them up now.
    Wagon wheels and shrinking confectionary is one thing, to mess with a man's beans is substandard behaviour.