Option5

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    Option5 got a reaction from Lipid in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    Option5 got a reaction from DeepLurker in White Lives Matter..   
    She's Mrs in name only, we didn't do the ceremony crap. 
    I'll never get married again, did it once which is once too often. 
    Decided i'll just find a woman I don't like every ten years and buy her a house. 
    Saves on paperwork and solicitors fees. 
    Definition of a bachelor? 
    Somebody who doesn't make the same mistake once 
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    Option5 got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in White Lives Matter..   
    I'm in.
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    Option5 got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in White Lives Matter..   
    Simple. Numbers.
    They can only pick on individuals, wake up the silent majority and they're fucked.
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    Option5 got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in White Lives Matter..   
    And his employer is looking into it!
    WTF had it got to do with them if it wasn't in works time?
    If he hasn't broken the law he can't have done anything wrong.
  6. Lol
    Option5 reacted to unregistered_guest in Escape from LA   
    Will the headquarters of the UN fall within the bounds of the Free Autonomous Nation of New York?
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    Option5 reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Escape from LA   
    Surprised BBC News reporting Leicester as being the first city in UK to be majority BAME.
    Outside Wales, the only attempted robbery I've witnessed was in Manchester, at lunchtime, midweek, outside Midland Hotel.
    No guns, just a knife.
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    Option5 got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Escape from LA   
    He's white, a nice guy who likes taking the piss, and yes he's travelled to lots of places which are supposed to be uncivilised and dangerous with people who hate us, only to find that they're generally not and they don't. I know this because we have worked for the same companies, in the same places, albeit not at the same time. 
    I was once asked, that as I'd worked in just about every country ending in Stan and quite a few "dodgy" African countries, had I ever been threatened with a gun. The answer was yes, twice.
    Where was that they asked? 
    Manchester. 
     
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    Option5 reacted to MrPin in To Travel Or Not To Travel?   
    Ah, the pilot has probably been laid off, and it's a self-drive. The thing in the middle that you may think is the shifter, works the engines.
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    Option5 got a reaction from NeoGeo in Escape from LA   
    Different type of business, I don't do many office meetings as most of my work is on sites. I tend to get out and about as I want to see the real life not the facade. I'm not frightened of these people or places but not naive or stupid either. 
    Nigeria is the only place they gave me security and that was only because it was a government job. Kazakhstan they gave me a driver but he was always pissed so I'd leave him behind to sleep it off.
    The thing I've discovered is that I'm usually welcomed because I act like a guest in someone else's country should. 
    The British are the only people I've come across who go to someone else's country and consider the people there to be foreigners. 
    If you don't like the way people live in their own country don't go there. 
    I do however agree that people who come to live in the UK should respect our way of life, and to be fair many do. I also don't mind if they feel more comfortable in groups of their own kind, most people do, that it's human nature. It's only when they try to impose their ways on everyone else that it becomes unacceptable. Halal food in restaurants without being asked or given a choice for example (I'm looking at you pizza express). I always ask for the non halal, non kosher option and if they don't have one or don't know I leave. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from NeoGeo in Escape from LA   
    He's white, a nice guy who likes taking the piss, and yes he's travelled to lots of places which are supposed to be uncivilised and dangerous with people who hate us, only to find that they're generally not and they don't. I know this because we have worked for the same companies, in the same places, albeit not at the same time. 
    I was once asked, that as I'd worked in just about every country ending in Stan and quite a few "dodgy" African countries, had I ever been threatened with a gun. The answer was yes, twice.
    Where was that they asked? 
    Manchester. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from whocares in Escape from LA   
    City centre cinema car park and city centre nightclub. 
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    Option5 got a reaction from whocares in Escape from LA   
    Different type of business, I don't do many office meetings as most of my work is on sites. I tend to get out and about as I want to see the real life not the facade. I'm not frightened of these people or places but not naive or stupid either. 
    Nigeria is the only place they gave me security and that was only because it was a government job. Kazakhstan they gave me a driver but he was always pissed so I'd leave him behind to sleep it off.
    The thing I've discovered is that I'm usually welcomed because I act like a guest in someone else's country should. 
    The British are the only people I've come across who go to someone else's country and consider the people there to be foreigners. 
    If you don't like the way people live in their own country don't go there. 
    I do however agree that people who come to live in the UK should respect our way of life, and to be fair many do. I also don't mind if they feel more comfortable in groups of their own kind, most people do, that it's human nature. It's only when they try to impose their ways on everyone else that it becomes unacceptable. Halal food in restaurants without being asked or given a choice for example (I'm looking at you pizza express). I always ask for the non halal, non kosher option and if they don't have one or don't know I leave. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from whocares in Escape from LA   
    He's white, a nice guy who likes taking the piss, and yes he's travelled to lots of places which are supposed to be uncivilised and dangerous with people who hate us, only to find that they're generally not and they don't. I know this because we have worked for the same companies, in the same places, albeit not at the same time. 
    I was once asked, that as I'd worked in just about every country ending in Stan and quite a few "dodgy" African countries, had I ever been threatened with a gun. The answer was yes, twice.
    Where was that they asked? 
    Manchester. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from sarahbell in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    Option5 got a reaction from sarahbell in To Travel Or Not To Travel?   
    Yes, very. It's so quiet I might get one of the seats at the front of the plane in that private cabin.
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    Option5 got a reaction from The Generation Game in Escape from LA   
    Different type of business, I don't do many office meetings as most of my work is on sites. I tend to get out and about as I want to see the real life not the facade. I'm not frightened of these people or places but not naive or stupid either. 
    Nigeria is the only place they gave me security and that was only because it was a government job. Kazakhstan they gave me a driver but he was always pissed so I'd leave him behind to sleep it off.
    The thing I've discovered is that I'm usually welcomed because I act like a guest in someone else's country should. 
    The British are the only people I've come across who go to someone else's country and consider the people there to be foreigners. 
    If you don't like the way people live in their own country don't go there. 
    I do however agree that people who come to live in the UK should respect our way of life, and to be fair many do. I also don't mind if they feel more comfortable in groups of their own kind, most people do, that it's human nature. It's only when they try to impose their ways on everyone else that it becomes unacceptable. Halal food in restaurants without being asked or given a choice for example (I'm looking at you pizza express). I always ask for the non halal, non kosher option and if they don't have one or don't know I leave. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from The XYY Man in Escape from LA   
    He's white, a nice guy who likes taking the piss, and yes he's travelled to lots of places which are supposed to be uncivilised and dangerous with people who hate us, only to find that they're generally not and they don't. I know this because we have worked for the same companies, in the same places, albeit not at the same time. 
    I was once asked, that as I'd worked in just about every country ending in Stan and quite a few "dodgy" African countries, had I ever been threatened with a gun. The answer was yes, twice.
    Where was that they asked? 
    Manchester. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from eight in Actors   
    The one at the back end should be the more endowed. 
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    Option5 got a reaction from Hail the Tripod in Actors   
    I thought that the main part of being good actor is the ability to persuade the audience that you're someone or something you're not?
    Have I missed something? 
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    Option5 got a reaction from Libspero in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    Option5 got a reaction from Long time lurking in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    Option5 got a reaction from JFK in Escape from LA   
    He's white, a nice guy who likes taking the piss, and yes he's travelled to lots of places which are supposed to be uncivilised and dangerous with people who hate us, only to find that they're generally not and they don't. I know this because we have worked for the same companies, in the same places, albeit not at the same time. 
    I was once asked, that as I'd worked in just about every country ending in Stan and quite a few "dodgy" African countries, had I ever been threatened with a gun. The answer was yes, twice.
    Where was that they asked? 
    Manchester. 
     
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    Option5 got a reaction from NTB in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    Option5 got a reaction from Funn3r in The make us laugh or fuck off thread