Come the revolution

Allow me to start the list

1. People who swim backstroke when the pool is busy

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  • Jet skis and boats that go through designated swim areas.

  • people who can't spell or punctuate properly on social media (yes, I'm a fuddy duddy)

  • Can I have 2 things?:

    People who drop litter.

    People who don't think 30mph applies to them.

  • MuttleyMuttley ✭✭✭

    People who step off the escalator ... and then just stop and stand still.

  • People who....

    Nope, that's it, just 'people'. image

  • Go wolfie......write it all in your little black book

  • lager

    football

    blonde hair dye

    fake tan

    anyone called Milliband

  • anti-social behaviour

    rudeness and poor manners

    poor eating habits

    health and safety freaks who spoil the fun....

    tail-gaters

     

  • Surely the backstroke's not a prob Nursey, if they're reasonably fast?

     

  • Did Ironwolf post?  I can't see it and I haven't got her on ignore ... image

  • Red Squirrel. wrote (see)

    Surely the backstroke's not a prob Nursey, if they're reasonably fast?

     

    The ones in my local pool never are.  And they can't go in a straight line either. Even in the lanes.

  • RicFRicF ✭✭✭

    People who continue to empty their dogs and look the other way.

  • Chavs- especially the ones in cars

    Simon Cowell

    Insurance adverts

    Track suits for every day wear

    Potholes

    Dopey dogs that run out in front of you

    Psychics (but they already knew this)

    Booking fees

    Jeffrey Archer

    Any reality TV stars
  • Jeremy Kyle

    "reality" tv

    McDonalds

    the Ryanair aproach to customer service

    Cameron, Osbourne and like-minded twats

  • Recorded message phone calls telling me I'm owed thousands in compensation for missold PPI

  • Uttering the phrases "work colleague", "PIN number" and quoting a London dialling code as 0208 or 0207 will be punishable by use of electrodes with an escalating voltage for repeat offences.

  • ChimneyChimney ✭✭✭

    People telling me to live by some (imagined) etheral beings morals, I live by my own which may or may not be similar.

    Anyone who works in PR or advertising who is ' economical ' with the truth (Ok, so this may mean everyone who works in either of those......)

    People who state opinion as fact. I've heard the phrase - ' In my opinion, the fact is......' Always makes me laugh.

    People who abuse statistics (See 2nd one above, includes politicians)

    While I'm at it, career politicians.

    Oh, and of course dictators. Apart from me. I would be benevolent. And my goons will shoot anyone who says otherwise.

    If reality matched intention I'd know I was dreaming
  • Badly Drawn Bloke wrote (see)

    Uttering the phrases "work colleague", "PIN number" and quoting a London dialling code as 0208 or 0207 will be punishable by use of electrodes with an escalating voltage for repeat offences.

    Erm, I guess that's me, then! image.  I do it with mobile numbers too; they are always recited as xxxx-xxx-xxxx.  I just find them easier to remember in that format imageimage

  • *sets the voltage to low for now*image

  • WombleWomble ✭✭✭

    <ratchets up the voltage to maximum>

  • Erm...... but if you're not in London don't you need the full code?

    *gets down behind the sandbags*

    Chuggers

    People who mug me on the way to the train with a free newspaper. 

    (make that pretty much anyone who tries to slow me down on the way home)

    If you feel the same, ring me on 0207.......image

  • "Work colleagues"image who ask me 'are you going running?' when I'm in my full running gear at lunchtime. No, I just fancied parading around the office in Lycra for nothing!!
  • Oh, and American "work colleagues" who are surprised that Europe is actually separate countries and not one homogeneous state. Yes, each country does have separate laws, taxes etc. I even had someone ask me the other day how Greece had its own parliament when it was part of the EU!?
  • People in shops and banks that try to sell you something at the till that you don't want.

  • Hash wrote (see)

    Erm...... but if you're not in London don't you need the full code?

    *gets down behind the sandbags*

    They do.  And the code is 020.  First warningimage

    GG - the electrodes are warmed up for you.

  • SuperCaz wrote (see)

    People in shops and banks that try to sell you something at the till that you don't want.

    The miserable faced jockette who tries to flog me chocolate every morning when I collect my paper ( subscribe for my paper, so don't have money in my hand) and I have forgotten who many times I don;t like chocolate


     

  • That was the shop I was thinking about Dave, but also I was accosted in the bank today and asked whether I wanted a credit card.  I've also had it in petrol stations.

  • SuperCaz wrote (see)

      I've also had it in petrol stations.

    Didn't the thought of the cctv worry you ?   image

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