sukuinage

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    sukuinage reacted to Option5 in Mr Bercow   
    Crivens ya bigjob, yee'l nay speeck badly about Nac Mac Feegle
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    sukuinage reacted to the gardener in Windsor Davies   
    Oh dear! What a pity. Never mind.
    Let's hope it's not ain't half hot where he's gone.
    RIP. A great actor.
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    sukuinage reacted to sarahbell in Shop shop shoptastic flop   
    Was it? I can't tell. My scooby snack meter is broke. 
    I do love the library though. Bugger I better take that book back.
     
    Urgent help required. Does anyone know where I can get hold of a load of cardboard boxes on really short notice? A woman I know of has to move house on Wednesday morning, and doesn’t have much time to prepare.
    If anyone can help, could you please drop any boxes round at Theresa’s house? It’s 10 Downing Street, London, SW1A 2AA.
     — looking for recommendations.
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Bricks & Mortar in A yellow penny finally drops   
    That was done a long time ago by the Irish immigrants
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    sukuinage got a reaction from JFK in The Demonisation of Masculinity continues   
    I got into a right lather watching it!
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    sukuinage got a reaction from One percent in Young people again   
    The guaranteed lock-in pub was the one just over from the cop shop.  Very little trouble in that pub 
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    sukuinage got a reaction from whocares in It’s all going a bit biblical.   
    Lots of people in Saudi can also do that pretty well in my experience 
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    sukuinage reacted to One percent in Young people again   
    I was thinking that dosbods is like a virtual pub. In the past, we would all gather at the pub and talk crap.  Now, we gather on here and do it. 
    I love dosbods. 👍
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    sukuinage reacted to Sgt Hartman in Telford, twinned with Rotherham   
    I completely agree. Though I think a lot of communities up here have tried speaking out about these various issues only to either be derided as racists or xenophobes and told to pipe down by some ponces whose job or reputations are on the line as they don't want to be outed as the load of spineless, fuckwit incompetents that they truly are.
    It's also why I get so annoyed with some comfortable remainers and the shite BBC slyly insinuating that the North is collectively a few rungs below such enlightened and progressive souls as themselves, I mean why else would they vote Brexit?
    I tend to put this to them: If you'd spent your life living is some shithole of a town where there was zero investment, civic or otherwise and benefits were doled out to keep you supine and glazed. A town where the single factory that employed 80% of the people there suddenly axed its wages as an influx of Eastern Europeans rocked up willing to work for bugger all or closed down altogether as it was outsourced to whence all these people had came. If you lived in a place where the housing was bought up by Asian syndicates and turned into dodgy slum tenements while the same property moguls fronted kebab shops whilst raping your children en masse because they see them as scum all alongside driving (badly) around in 70 grand vehicles that you can't afford on your minimum wage because you have to pay them their extortionate rent.
    If you lived in a place like this where all of this crap and much much more was going on, right in front of your face, and the people who are supposed to help you instead ignore and even mock your concerns - then how fucking dare you get uppity because these people voted for change. Any change. It's disillusionment writ large and it's what happens when you ignore half of your populace whilst dumping the absolute dregs of the earth upon them at the same time and expecting them to just get on with it. 
    That's what I like to tell them, plus a bit more. The ignorant bastards.
     
    - See also, The Election of Donald Trump.
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    sukuinage reacted to Sgt Hartman in Murder is ok, if your husband is a bit of a wanker.   
    Think there might have been another thread on this somewhere but it's disappointing yet unsurprising that this bag of shit is still holding court on the So-Called BBC webpage.
    There's a grubbiness to this article, the not so veiled insinuation that a woman should be let off for killing her husband because he was a bit of a prick is quite disturbing to me. There was nothing stopping the woman from leaving - she had a choice and instead of booking a ticket out she decided to set about a man with a claw hammer.
    Do you know what someone's head would look like after being struck 20 times with a hammer? It would be brains and muck everywhere, an absolute gorefest. After the 10th hit she would have been pounding meat but still she continued for another ten whacks. That's all I, and hopefully a judge need to know in order to come to the conclusion that this woman is a grade-A fucking psycho and should stay behind bars where she belongs.
    I don't think she's going anywhere despite what the wankers at the So-Called BBC would like to believe.
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    sukuinage got a reaction from whocares in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    What's the difference between a suicide vest and a SJW?
     
     
    Suicide vest has more effect when it's triggered
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    sukuinage got a reaction from sarahbell in Celebrities who know F'all on University Challenge   
    I find her irritating as hell.  Almost as bad as her hubby.
    I do watch the program and occasionally get the connections but always do well in the missing vowels round
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Skiing, what's the point   
    Well I go twice a year. What do I like?
    The enjoyment of heading down a slope at speed The achievement of getting down a tricky off-piste or mogulled slope The sheer pleasure of being out, in the mountains, on a sunny day whether I'm on the slopes or enjoying a beer at the bar One holiday is a lads trip so it's combined with some social drinking too .  The other is spent trying to keep up with my teenage kids to the high praise of "You  weren't as slow as we thought you'd be"
     
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Skiing, what's the point   
    Well I go twice a year. What do I like?
    The enjoyment of heading down a slope at speed The achievement of getting down a tricky off-piste or mogulled slope The sheer pleasure of being out, in the mountains, on a sunny day whether I'm on the slopes or enjoying a beer at the bar One holiday is a lads trip so it's combined with some social drinking too .  The other is spent trying to keep up with my teenage kids to the high praise of "You  weren't as slow as we thought you'd be"
     
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Skiing, what's the point   
    Well I go twice a year. What do I like?
    The enjoyment of heading down a slope at speed The achievement of getting down a tricky off-piste or mogulled slope The sheer pleasure of being out, in the mountains, on a sunny day whether I'm on the slopes or enjoying a beer at the bar One holiday is a lads trip so it's combined with some social drinking too .  The other is spent trying to keep up with my teenage kids to the high praise of "You  weren't as slow as we thought you'd be"
     
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Skiing, what's the point   
    Well I go twice a year. What do I like?
    The enjoyment of heading down a slope at speed The achievement of getting down a tricky off-piste or mogulled slope The sheer pleasure of being out, in the mountains, on a sunny day whether I'm on the slopes or enjoying a beer at the bar One holiday is a lads trip so it's combined with some social drinking too .  The other is spent trying to keep up with my teenage kids to the high praise of "You  weren't as slow as we thought you'd be"
     
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Skiing, what's the point   
    Well I go twice a year. What do I like?
    The enjoyment of heading down a slope at speed The achievement of getting down a tricky off-piste or mogulled slope The sheer pleasure of being out, in the mountains, on a sunny day whether I'm on the slopes or enjoying a beer at the bar One holiday is a lads trip so it's combined with some social drinking too .  The other is spent trying to keep up with my teenage kids to the high praise of "You  weren't as slow as we thought you'd be"
     
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    sukuinage got a reaction from swiss_democracy_for_all in Skiing, what's the point   
    That's because poling down the slope into the teeth of an arctic gale couldn't really be described as aspirational or fashionable 
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Skiing, what's the point   
    Well I go twice a year. What do I like?
    The enjoyment of heading down a slope at speed The achievement of getting down a tricky off-piste or mogulled slope The sheer pleasure of being out, in the mountains, on a sunny day whether I'm on the slopes or enjoying a beer at the bar One holiday is a lads trip so it's combined with some social drinking too .  The other is spent trying to keep up with my teenage kids to the high praise of "You  weren't as slow as we thought you'd be"
     
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    sukuinage reacted to DoINeedOne in Skiing, what's the point   
    I love skiing have not been for about 2 years though due to the struggle of getting a decent group together girlfriends are not giving out permission slips any more
    For me i went when invited with no real interest and thought i would never go again but i loved it
    Working my way down a mountain stopping for food and beer, then after a long day no need to get dressed up go to the pub 
    I just think it was a good time with a group, much better then sitting around a pool all day
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    sukuinage got a reaction from Bus Stop Boxer in Moving Abroad Or In The UK Where Would You Go   
    Beziers is very enriched.  Was there a couple of years ago as a tourist and my wife got hassled going out to buy bread around 8 in the morning; not really what you expect.
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    sukuinage reacted to One percent in Dosbods secret Santa   
    Just increase the size of it on your screen until it fits 👍
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    sukuinage got a reaction from One percent in Dosbods secret Santa   
    @mooncat69
    Slightly late but the real Christmas got slightly in the way of the vritual one
     

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    sukuinage got a reaction from One percent in Dosbods secret Santa   
    Thank you, hope it's in XL 
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    sukuinage got a reaction from One percent in Dosbods secret Santa   
    @mooncat69
    Slightly late but the real Christmas got slightly in the way of the vritual one