Jim Birtwisle wrote:deep down hope that they follow through and end up looking like a twat but it never happens.
How do you know for sure?
Chris F wrote:Ross90 wrote:On the supermarket theme (morrisons seems to be a serial offender of attracting particularly annoying old people) slow walkers
I fucking hate old women who wander around supermarkets like they've stumbled into Aladdin's Cave and stop dead in the middle of the aisle and stare at the shelves in bewonderment. Yes you can now get marmite in a fucking squeezy jar! Is it really that amazing that you need to look on in amazement and discuss it for 10 minutes with your biddy mate / equally ancient husband with a face like a scrotum.
Or fat old womem with 3 kids in tow who stop to chat with their equally fat old women mate as though they have never seen each other in years, meanwhile they just stopped and chatted in another aisle about 10 minutes ago. And they fully block the aisle with their trolleys stacked with value brand ready meals and discuss what bargain crap food they have got to stuff down their offspring's faces with the minimum of effort. And each of the kids has been given a 10p packed of wotsits so they will shut their whining little faces and the kids stare at you when you ask them to move out the way looking up at you like little drool coated oompah loompahs with the wotsit crumbs glued to the snot trail dripping out of their noses.
Hahahahaha!! YES! I think it's safe to say old people piss young people off. I feel like its almost my duty to carry on the trend when I reach that age. Annoying the hell out of everyone round every supermarket in my region. Or I could go the other way and be "that awesome old dude that still shreds a 'x' surf spot, even though he's about 80" still undecided.
waxer00 wrote:and neatly laid out sheds with shelves full of fucking jars with rusting screws in??
buttholesurfer wrote: The worst thing is he actually keeps off cuts of different size timber?! What's all that about?
bakers wrote:problem being its ing! the mens room is a fantastic place. if you tactically use your toilet visits you can shave a good solid hour off the working day. as i type this im on the toilet, not actually using it, ive sent a few emails, checked the surf and bought some stuff i dont need off ebay!
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