Should The Public, Name and Shame A Person(s)

Because I could just name one person my next door Ex girl friend!   She is a lying toad rug and very dishonest person.  She is also a great actress and could act on Eastenders.  I won't go into the nitty gritty. 

But last Friday night after 11pm she caused such a scene  outside my house it was really awful.

I was quite upset because of  her dreadful lies I hardly slept that night.

Yesterday evening  I was going out and there she was in her Golf Silver Volkswager car laughing and smiling at me and she waved at me.  Folks my blood pressure must have sored sky-high.   I just ignored her and jump into my car.  But if anyone had seen her last week you would think she was Jekyll and Hyde.

The girl is in her twenties and something is not quite right with her.  She is not allowed to go into her ex boyfriend house but she will spend hours outside his house.

 I could name and shame her and said what really happened.  I honestly think her employer needs to know what she done  and investigate her.  The compulsive liar!

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Comments

  • Your ex girlfriend lives next door?

    I wondered when the next x-rated installment would arrive.
  • What has she done that her employer needs to know about it?

    If you have a problem with her I suggest you should be talking to her about it and not us.

    As for your thread title - no, of course not, it could get you in court on a libel charge.

  • I bet it takes a hell of a lot of toads to make a rug.

     

  • Pudge wrote (see)

    I bet it takes a hell of a lot of toads to make a rug.

     

    Quite! image

    Karen, the expression you're looking for is "toerag"... 

  • A great actress and could be on Eastenders? That's like saying she's a world class athlete and could come top ten at the parkrun.

  • Muff rinsing - love it! image

  • imageimage I nearly missed that gem in an otherwise sensible post

  • Reporting someone to employers smacks of vindictive revenge

  • i imagine there are 2 sides of this story and she could name and shame you on the internet.

  • DeanR7 wrote (see)

    i imagine there are 2 sides of this story and she could name and shame you on the internet.

    Karen does that herself 

  • Never act in haste. You'll regret it. If someone is behaving oddly I seriously doubt whether you are the only one to notice.

  • The internet doesn't live live next door to her and haven't eaten from her furry cup so therfore why does the internet need to know who she is?

  • My interpretation of Karen's post was that it's her next door neighbour's ex girlfriend who is causing Karen't concern.

    But I could be wrong!  With Karen, who knows?

  • No, I think it is the girl next door who is her ex girlfriend isn't it? Everyone else agree or disagree?

  • Yes thats what I understood it as.image

  • No I meant agreeing with Wilkie

  • Definitely it's her ex girlfriend who lives next door.
  • As Wilkie says, it could mean anything!

    I did read it as her ex-girlfriend though.

    Having said that, the mention of a toad rug may have distracted me.

    Come to think of it, I wonder if toad rug is a euphemism.

  • Written so badly it could be either. 

  • I read it the same as WIlkie and Barkles - may be wrong but a good old muff rinsing still sounds good!!!

  • Yes, it is an interesting addition to the thread!image

  • I'm just glad I don't live on that street.
  • You should name and shame, and post photographs too.

    Don't start for thirty minutes or so, though. I need to run out and get some popcorn before the show starts.

  • I think that it is the girl next door..........who was Karen's friend but is no longer her friend as she is mad.unlike Karen who is totally sane and normal.......

    But the term is used as girlriend as in american teenagers use............which is where Karen probably learnt her English......image

  • Is it a street or is it what they call the wards these-days?

  • Wilkie and Barkles are right but you do have to read it several times to work that out. 

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