Bossybabe

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  1. Bossybabe

    Life imitating art...?

    “Dad’s Army” of retired detectives to be drafted in to help solve crimes. Isn’t there a tv programme based on that premise? Perhaps if the police stopped acting as untrained social workers and started solving crimes, it wouldn’t be necessary to disturb detectives’ hard-earned retirement.
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    Did HMRC let you off taxes?

    I don’t go on the other site nowadays. Name and shame.
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    Plastic Pumpkins..

    ...or she turns into a pumpkin? 🎃
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    Did HMRC let you off taxes?

    ...if not, you’re clearly not rich enough. Bastards.
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    Lost thread

    It was seriously moving to see women and children looking at the wreaths on the Cenotaph so soon after the end of WW1. Despite myself, I could also see many infringements of Health and Safety: motorcyclist with no helmet street lighting poor no median lines or lanes painted on the roads cars and lorries starting off while pedestrians still crossing road horse traffic mixing with motorised vehicles The place must have been a death trap!
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    Should there be a "XXXX Is Fucked" subforum?

    Yeah! Let's keep voting till we get the result everyone wants.
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    Plastic Pumpkins..

    Me, too. In Scotland, it's a turnip. in england, it's a swede. in Scotland we always hollowed out turnips for turnip lanterns at Hallowe'en - the clue's in the name. Hallowe'en was distinctive for the smell of roasting turnip in the air from all the kids' lanterns. It was much more difficult than a pumpkin to hollow out, though, just proving how hard the Scots are. Outrageous. Can't we start a petition or something?
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    I'm sick of living in England

    A. Government are keen on fracking in case Scotland declares UDI. B. Recently, there was another discovery in th North Sea, adding to oil reserves. C. If I live another 40 years, I’ll worry about it then. Niw, where’s the tongue-in-cheek emoji? perhaps the time has come to move to Norway.
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    I'm sick of living in England

    It’s interesting that migrants possibly moved to N. I. unaware of the history. And in some ways the conflict is ongoing. Stormonth boycot by Sinn Fein is about not being able to draw a line and move on. Government continues though. Scotland has oil.
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    I'm sick of living in England

    Still here because I had to wait for my son to get with the program. I can’t move if he won’t go with me. The great thing for him is that he may even find an intelligent woman to marry. They’re in short supply in the IOW!
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    I'm sick of living in England

    Good luck.
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    I'm sick of living in England

    You don’t have to convince me of medical greed. The NHS only started once doctors’ “mouths had been stuffed with gold”. After 30 years in medical HR, I know that very few changes have been made to the NHS without doctors profiting by opposing until money is forthcoming. (Trainee doctors excepted here).
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    I'm sick of living in England

    I’m a bit more complex. Of course I couldn’t vote in the Indy referendum but would have voted no. However I voted out in the EU referendum. I’m beginning to change my view on Scottish independence. Globalism/multiculturalism have ruined England and if Scotland doesn’t become independent it’ll ruin Scotland too.
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    I'm sick of living in England

    They’ve been considered vulnerable for 20 years to my knowledge.
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    I'm sick of living in England

    They’re building about 120 new homes near me. The local Medical Centre has been under siege for the last two years and now you can’t see a doctor for love nor money. The nurse I saw last week was concerned with my liver function results. She wanted me to have an ultrasound and insisted that she examine me. She asked if I had pain. No pain. So I asked her if by any chance this raised reading started in 2003 or 2004. She looked back and, yes, it started in 2004, about a year after al the post stroke drugs were prescribed. She has fit me in to see a REAL DOCTOR!! An ultrasound appointment arrived in the post yesterday but I hope to avoid after seeing someone medically trained.