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    spygirl got a reaction from One percent in Something happening at Salisbury hospital   
    2 sisters chicken!!!!!
    Its all connected ...
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    spygirl got a reaction from One percent in Something happening at Salisbury hospital   
    2 sisters chicken!!!!!
    Its all connected ...
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    spygirl reacted to sarahbell in 2 sisters chicken   
    Same way as you teach a class of kids with 18 different languages.
    Badly.
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    spygirl got a reaction from Malthus in I predict a riot. A pussy riot.   
    Nul points.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5956281/Pussy-Riot-say-World-Cup-pitch-invasion-four-people-sprinted-pitch.html
    Heres how its done.

     
    If Emily Pankhurst had  a pair 40DD then the sufragettes movement would have been short and sweet.
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from onlyme in Islamification of Europe   
    When i have to talk with Oh Isnt Trump dreadful!! People inc. A recent one who went on a bus to London to protest, i use the following:
    Who the fuck are you to decide whom merkins vote for? It was a fair election, unlike those bent fuckers in Niguragua and Venezeuela, those countries that your idol jezza wants to emulate, you fascist nazi cunt.
    Two, Trump was a Not Hilary vote. If more Merkibs are happier voting for a spilt bullshitter, what does say about how bent Hillary is?
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    spygirl got a reaction from Great Guy in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    There was a 10min section on a strike by self employed lecturers at the Nation Gallery.
    Hmm, i thought. How many people?
    The FT cover - and the article is full of the same sort of smug cunt commentators - Boycott NG! Shocking nanagement etc.
    One poster says - Fuckit, charge an entrance fee.
    The same clique of self interested, overpaid, useless public sector, public funded.
    Drum roll on number of affected employees ........ 27!
    Retail has lost a few 10k of jobs this year.
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    spygirl got a reaction from Bear Hug in The Productivity Puzzle - shall we give them the answer?   
    Ive been reading this sort of crap since 2004.
    These pointless fucking macro economist could save a forest of tress if they read this:
    https://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/206806-tax-credit-sad-face/
    Since 2004 the UK has been paying ~50% of the working age pop with school age kids to do fuck all for 16h/w.
    Its been topped by then importing ~6m migrants to so the fucking same.
    The productivity of people working FT inthe private sector is fucking Herculean.
    These are the poor fucker propping all the useless TCers and bloated public sector up.
     
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from 201p in The texting mp   
    Top???
     
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    spygirl reacted to spunko2010 in Dogs dogs everywhere, with thick as fuck owners   
    Dogs should be banned from all beaches between April and September in my opinion, or at least during the day. I'm a dog owner but would never take mine to the beach in summer unless it was the evening. Mine genuinely wouldn't hurt a fly - it's just that the number of kids coming over to her to say hello gets a bit irritating as she's no spring chicken now. 
    It does seem to be socially acceptable to make a huge fuss over a dog now. 
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    spygirl got a reaction from Malthus in I predict a riot. A pussy riot.   
    Nul points.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5956281/Pussy-Riot-say-World-Cup-pitch-invasion-four-people-sprinted-pitch.html
    Heres how its done.

     
    If Emily Pankhurst had  a pair 40DD then the sufragettes movement would have been short and sweet.
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from JFK in The normalisation of female obesity   
    Oohh arnt we middle class!
    Lambrini and kebabs and chips.
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    spygirl got a reaction from Dave Bloke in Smoking - what else is known to be bad   
    The methadone?
    Any town in uk. Try turning up at a phamarcy after weekend closure.
    Or 10+ piĺls? Every oap i know.
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    spygirl got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Not read a good one of these for a a while.
    Let me first state that I think 60% of men and women are nuts.
    Any how, off we go:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5954437/Former-air-hostess-reveals-perfect-man-conned-400-000.html
    Heres her:

    Not bad.
     
    'Emerging from an emotionally draining divorce, glamorous former air hostess Sacher Barker thought she would never find happiness again. But then, on a night out with mutual friends, she met Richard Winter.
    He seemed the perfect man: kind, well educated and, by strange coincidence, he liked the same things as her. He also appeared to be fabulously wealthy, soon whisking Sacher off on exotic trips, flying first-class to luxury holidays in Barbados, the Cayman Islands and the Maldives. They drank £1,000 bottles of wine and enjoyed regular shopping trips to Harrods to buy Rolex watches, designer handbags and expensive shoes.
    They became engaged, were set to exchange contracts on a £1.6 million family home in West Sussex – and, because Sacher was already 42 at the time, embarked on the first of five gruelling rounds of IVF in a bid to start a family.'
    Whom was 'emotionally drained' in the divorce?
    What a surpise! Shes find someone who likes the same as her!!!! Pissing her ex hubbies money away on bling.
     
    ‘I thought I’d found my soulmate,’ she says.
    '‘We laughed every day and I loved him deeply. Little did I know I was sleeping next to a monster.’
    Sitting in the cramped one-bedroom flat she now rents in West London, Sacher admits she used to dismiss women like her. ‘I’ve read this story before and thought, “Silly woman. It would never happen to me.” But Richard Winter is a silver-tongued conman. Even now I have to pinch myself. I look back now and think, “Was I that gullible?” Yes, but in my defence I believe he groomed me. It didn’t cross my mind that he was constantly scheming against me. I’m not a stupid girl, but I feel absolutely stupid and utterly betrayed.’
    Sacher says she was vulnerable when she met Winter in 2011. Her five-year marriage had ended in divorce and her confidence was low. Winter told her he was separated from the mother of his two children. In retrospect, Sacher now realises the warning signs were there from the beginning.'
    Now, I personally l believe that divorces after less than 10 years should end up with a simple split of the assets eanred during the marriage when there are no kids involved.
    Her confidence may have een low but her bank accoutn was pretty high....
    '‘We were in each other’s pockets,’ she says. ‘He mirrored everything I liked. Most men hate beach holidays, but Richard loved lying in the sun reading a book. We had the same taste in food and music. He’d even like to watch romcoms. At the time I thought, “Wow! This is fabulous.” On reflection, he was making himself perfect. He lulled me into a false sense of security.’
    Winter indicated he came from a wealthy background and was the beneficiary of two trust funds. He also said he had sold a business for £5 million.
    ‘He threw his money around like confetti,’ Sacher says. In their first year they went on a series of luxury holidays and Sacher recalls a lunch at The Savoy Hotel in London during which Winter ordered a £1,000 bottle of red wine, saying: ‘This is how it is for me. Relax, enjoy it.’
    ‘It was like a whirlwind, my feet didn’t touch the ground,’ she says. ‘I now see it was part of his plotting so when he asked to borrow money I didn’t see any risk.’'
    I think they were both in herexes pockets.
    Yeah the romcom is a give away. Hes either gay or a conman. No straight bloke - in both meaning of the words -  likes romcoms.
    'Sacher had a nest egg of £550,000 from her own divorce. She says: ‘We agreed I would loan Richard the money until his was all unfrozen. He’d been so good to me and I thought it was right to give and take. I gave him access to my accounts because effectively it was his money.’ They continued to live a life that most people can only dream about, but later on that year Sacher grew concerned.'
    100k./year. A prozzy *IS* cheaper.
    Nets egg? More like ex hubbies left and right testicle ...
     
    Right people, heres the big reveal. The lady readers might want to get a cushion to sit on, just in case they come in their pants ......
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from snaga in A good news story. The boys in the cave.   
    Still stand by my comment.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5955753/British-caver-helped-save-Thai-boys-says-Elon-Musk-stick-submarine-hurt.html
    They should have sent wiggy down with a snorkle.
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from whocares in The normalisation of female obesity   
    Its habit firming.
    8sm. Cooked breakfadt.
    11pm biscuits.
    1am dinner.
    3pm midday snack.
    6pm tea.
    11pm oh can manage krbsb on way home.
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    spygirl got a reaction from Frank Hovis in The normalisation of female obesity   
    Then apressure cooker is your friend.
    Seriously. Buy one.
    In colder weather i live on fast cooked veg pottage.
    Come home. Rough cut veg. Drop in cooker with pint of veg stock - knorr one. Up to steam in 5 mins. Leave for 15 at pressure. Eat it.
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    spygirl got a reaction from Van Lady in Smoking - what else is known to be bad   
    The science behind medicines is you give a person a dose and see how it works out.
    The reality is that ill people have been proscribed >3 drugs. None of which have been tested in combination.
    Its why when you queue for prescription the people picking up multiple treatments look like shit / dead.
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    spygirl got a reaction from Malthus in I predict a riot. A pussy riot.   
    Nul points.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5956281/Pussy-Riot-say-World-Cup-pitch-invasion-four-people-sprinted-pitch.html
    Heres how its done.

     
    If Emily Pankhurst had  a pair 40DD then the sufragettes movement would have been short and sweet.
     
  19. Like
    spygirl got a reaction from Malthus in I predict a riot. A pussy riot.   
    Nul points.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5956281/Pussy-Riot-say-World-Cup-pitch-invasion-four-people-sprinted-pitch.html
    Heres how its done.

     
    If Emily Pankhurst had  a pair 40DD then the sufragettes movement would have been short and sweet.
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Not read a good one of these for a a while.
    Let me first state that I think 60% of men and women are nuts.
    Any how, off we go:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5954437/Former-air-hostess-reveals-perfect-man-conned-400-000.html
    Heres her:

    Not bad.
     
    'Emerging from an emotionally draining divorce, glamorous former air hostess Sacher Barker thought she would never find happiness again. But then, on a night out with mutual friends, she met Richard Winter.
    He seemed the perfect man: kind, well educated and, by strange coincidence, he liked the same things as her. He also appeared to be fabulously wealthy, soon whisking Sacher off on exotic trips, flying first-class to luxury holidays in Barbados, the Cayman Islands and the Maldives. They drank £1,000 bottles of wine and enjoyed regular shopping trips to Harrods to buy Rolex watches, designer handbags and expensive shoes.
    They became engaged, were set to exchange contracts on a £1.6 million family home in West Sussex – and, because Sacher was already 42 at the time, embarked on the first of five gruelling rounds of IVF in a bid to start a family.'
    Whom was 'emotionally drained' in the divorce?
    What a surpise! Shes find someone who likes the same as her!!!! Pissing her ex hubbies money away on bling.
     
    ‘I thought I’d found my soulmate,’ she says.
    '‘We laughed every day and I loved him deeply. Little did I know I was sleeping next to a monster.’
    Sitting in the cramped one-bedroom flat she now rents in West London, Sacher admits she used to dismiss women like her. ‘I’ve read this story before and thought, “Silly woman. It would never happen to me.” But Richard Winter is a silver-tongued conman. Even now I have to pinch myself. I look back now and think, “Was I that gullible?” Yes, but in my defence I believe he groomed me. It didn’t cross my mind that he was constantly scheming against me. I’m not a stupid girl, but I feel absolutely stupid and utterly betrayed.’
    Sacher says she was vulnerable when she met Winter in 2011. Her five-year marriage had ended in divorce and her confidence was low. Winter told her he was separated from the mother of his two children. In retrospect, Sacher now realises the warning signs were there from the beginning.'
    Now, I personally l believe that divorces after less than 10 years should end up with a simple split of the assets eanred during the marriage when there are no kids involved.
    Her confidence may have een low but her bank accoutn was pretty high....
    '‘We were in each other’s pockets,’ she says. ‘He mirrored everything I liked. Most men hate beach holidays, but Richard loved lying in the sun reading a book. We had the same taste in food and music. He’d even like to watch romcoms. At the time I thought, “Wow! This is fabulous.” On reflection, he was making himself perfect. He lulled me into a false sense of security.’
    Winter indicated he came from a wealthy background and was the beneficiary of two trust funds. He also said he had sold a business for £5 million.
    ‘He threw his money around like confetti,’ Sacher says. In their first year they went on a series of luxury holidays and Sacher recalls a lunch at The Savoy Hotel in London during which Winter ordered a £1,000 bottle of red wine, saying: ‘This is how it is for me. Relax, enjoy it.’
    ‘It was like a whirlwind, my feet didn’t touch the ground,’ she says. ‘I now see it was part of his plotting so when he asked to borrow money I didn’t see any risk.’'
    I think they were both in herexes pockets.
    Yeah the romcom is a give away. Hes either gay or a conman. No straight bloke - in both meaning of the words -  likes romcoms.
    'Sacher had a nest egg of £550,000 from her own divorce. She says: ‘We agreed I would loan Richard the money until his was all unfrozen. He’d been so good to me and I thought it was right to give and take. I gave him access to my accounts because effectively it was his money.’ They continued to live a life that most people can only dream about, but later on that year Sacher grew concerned.'
    100k./year. A prozzy *IS* cheaper.
    Nets egg? More like ex hubbies left and right testicle ...
     
    Right people, heres the big reveal. The lady readers might want to get a cushion to sit on, just in case they come in their pants ......
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from JFK in Trump's progress   
    Mrs Khan:

    Mrs Trump:

    One clear winner.
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    spygirl got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    I think these conmen dont have to be very good - just pretend to be rich, listen to a load of wank, pretend to like kids.
    Like they say - you cant con an honest person. Cant delude a sane woman.
    A large part here is thst this woman came into her money on her back. If she had to work and save that 500k shed have a better grasp of how hard it is i.e. be wary about someone that age, with tgat ammount of money who isnt at work all the time and is stressed.
     
     
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    spygirl got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Not read a good one of these for a a while.
    Let me first state that I think 60% of men and women are nuts.
    Any how, off we go:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5954437/Former-air-hostess-reveals-perfect-man-conned-400-000.html
    Heres her:

    Not bad.
     
    'Emerging from an emotionally draining divorce, glamorous former air hostess Sacher Barker thought she would never find happiness again. But then, on a night out with mutual friends, she met Richard Winter.
    He seemed the perfect man: kind, well educated and, by strange coincidence, he liked the same things as her. He also appeared to be fabulously wealthy, soon whisking Sacher off on exotic trips, flying first-class to luxury holidays in Barbados, the Cayman Islands and the Maldives. They drank £1,000 bottles of wine and enjoyed regular shopping trips to Harrods to buy Rolex watches, designer handbags and expensive shoes.
    They became engaged, were set to exchange contracts on a £1.6 million family home in West Sussex – and, because Sacher was already 42 at the time, embarked on the first of five gruelling rounds of IVF in a bid to start a family.'
    Whom was 'emotionally drained' in the divorce?
    What a surpise! Shes find someone who likes the same as her!!!! Pissing her ex hubbies money away on bling.
     
    ‘I thought I’d found my soulmate,’ she says.
    '‘We laughed every day and I loved him deeply. Little did I know I was sleeping next to a monster.’
    Sitting in the cramped one-bedroom flat she now rents in West London, Sacher admits she used to dismiss women like her. ‘I’ve read this story before and thought, “Silly woman. It would never happen to me.” But Richard Winter is a silver-tongued conman. Even now I have to pinch myself. I look back now and think, “Was I that gullible?” Yes, but in my defence I believe he groomed me. It didn’t cross my mind that he was constantly scheming against me. I’m not a stupid girl, but I feel absolutely stupid and utterly betrayed.’
    Sacher says she was vulnerable when she met Winter in 2011. Her five-year marriage had ended in divorce and her confidence was low. Winter told her he was separated from the mother of his two children. In retrospect, Sacher now realises the warning signs were there from the beginning.'
    Now, I personally l believe that divorces after less than 10 years should end up with a simple split of the assets eanred during the marriage when there are no kids involved.
    Her confidence may have een low but her bank accoutn was pretty high....
    '‘We were in each other’s pockets,’ she says. ‘He mirrored everything I liked. Most men hate beach holidays, but Richard loved lying in the sun reading a book. We had the same taste in food and music. He’d even like to watch romcoms. At the time I thought, “Wow! This is fabulous.” On reflection, he was making himself perfect. He lulled me into a false sense of security.’
    Winter indicated he came from a wealthy background and was the beneficiary of two trust funds. He also said he had sold a business for £5 million.
    ‘He threw his money around like confetti,’ Sacher says. In their first year they went on a series of luxury holidays and Sacher recalls a lunch at The Savoy Hotel in London during which Winter ordered a £1,000 bottle of red wine, saying: ‘This is how it is for me. Relax, enjoy it.’
    ‘It was like a whirlwind, my feet didn’t touch the ground,’ she says. ‘I now see it was part of his plotting so when he asked to borrow money I didn’t see any risk.’'
    I think they were both in herexes pockets.
    Yeah the romcom is a give away. Hes either gay or a conman. No straight bloke - in both meaning of the words -  likes romcoms.
    'Sacher had a nest egg of £550,000 from her own divorce. She says: ‘We agreed I would loan Richard the money until his was all unfrozen. He’d been so good to me and I thought it was right to give and take. I gave him access to my accounts because effectively it was his money.’ They continued to live a life that most people can only dream about, but later on that year Sacher grew concerned.'
    100k./year. A prozzy *IS* cheaper.
    Nets egg? More like ex hubbies left and right testicle ...
     
    Right people, heres the big reveal. The lady readers might want to get a cushion to sit on, just in case they come in their pants ......
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    spygirl reacted to Sgt Hartman in Balconing season   
    So it's a shithole with lax construction laws.
    Even more of a reason not to want my kid ending up there. The problem with places that cater for teenage pissheads is that is that if anything goes wrong and you've got booze in you when it does, you're just treated like another tedious case of 'pissed and fell over' and the book is closed. 
    A few mates suggested going to Magaluf when I was around 17 I think. Took one look and told them to poke it. I wasn't getting on a plane to go to the Spanish equivalent of Blackpool, fuck that noise. Four guys did end up going and when they came back, three of them thought the place was absolutely hideous. The fourth came back a few days later with a less charitable opinion as he'd been cornered one night by some randoms who'd proceeded to kick his fucking head in and leave him bleeding in a doorway. His stay had been extended due to hospitalisation.
    Not somewhere I'd want my kids, frankly.
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    spygirl got a reaction from onlyme in Islamification of Europe   
    Or ... Pols are a bunch of morons who dont think thru stuff.
    The sooner we go to a form of direct democracy the better.