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  • Why is everyone so miserable???
  • edlong
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    Not you, guy-that-just-split-up-with-his-missus, you have every right to be a bit mis. right now, I mean the rest of you… been browsing the forum and it’s so bleeding depressing:

    bikes are boring, technology’s all rubbish, big businesses are awful, small ones are incompetent, the people on here are boring, the posts on here are boring, trail centres are rubbish, bikes of all size and shape are rubbish and/or a con, cars are all rubbish, christmas songs are rubbish, people posting funny news stories from the papers are a-holes, christmas do’s are either boringly rubbish, or excitingly terrible. All music (apart from the stuff I listen to, you wouldn’t know it, it’s quite obscure) is rubbish.

    Cheer the heck up people, go outside, get some sunshine, maybe ride a bike. If there’s no sunshine, get one of them SAD lamps and simulate it.

    Happy Christmas
    ed
    x

    Hope this helps.

    LoCo
    Member

    Get stuffed ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜€

    bikebouy
    Member

    You are miserable, I’m fine thanx

    Premier Icon ton
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    cos i need a drink, i will then kiss flash, and he will be happy too.

    yunki
    Member

    I think there’s a general outpouring of grief about the passing of Ronnie Biggs.. It seems to have dampened the spirits

    ton – Member
    cos i need a drink, i will then kiss flash, and he will be happy too.

    ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Speak for yourself I’m not miserable and don’t need no SAD light either even though this is the most daylight I’ve had or seen in about 6 days.

    tazzymtb
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    I’ve got new shiny titanium toys so am bouncing around waiting for the weekend to go and ride till my little chubby legs fall off and my niche beardy thing catches fire ๐Ÿ˜€

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    I’ve still got my nob stuck in the Henry.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    I’ve still got my nob stuck in the Henry.

    Everyone’s butler seems to be called Henry these days.

    Premier Icon binners
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    I’m happy as a pig in shit. Me earlierโ€ฆ

    Mind you, that may be due to the really, really strong prescription painkillers I’m on :mrgreen:

    Pigface
    Member

    To many close people have died this month 3 so far, can’t ditch the cold and have to find a new place to live in the New Year, still upbeat though, life is an adventure and I am due some good fortune which is just around the corner.

    xcgb
    Member

    Cos its christmas

    Premier Icon seosamh77
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    CaptainFlashheart – Member
    Hope this helps.

    brightened up my day anyhow! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Lady Gresley
    Member

    I’m miserable, I’m still ill and can’t go out and ride my bike ๐Ÿ™

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    economy is crap, wages are plummeting, relative to earnings and inflation,our MPs are absolute arseholes, the police cant be trusted, the press cant be trusted, the weathers crap, winters coming, energy prices are rising, Syria is in a spiral of shit, Ive got another 6mth extension on my contract but long term- who knows, against this backdrop xmas just means expenditure and worry

    and the final nail in the coffin, kick in the nuts and bite of the shit sandwich is that a new series of Birds of A Feather starts in the New Year

    Premier Icon binners
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    Sweet Baby Jesus and the orphans! This time 4 year ago I’d just lost my business, and with it pretty much everything but the clothes I was stood up in. I had just been informed that as I was still listed as a company director, despite paying tax all my adult life, I wasn’t entitled to a penny in benefits. I had banged off hundreds of job applications without a single reply. Soโ€ฆ its fair to say that with 2 kids and no income at all, and having been left holding tens of thousands of pounds of other peoples debts, Christmas wasn’t looking good.

    But what doesn’t kill you (and it nearly did) makes you stronger eh? When I listen to some of the pathetic middle class whining on here, I’d just like to respectfully request that some of you get a ****ing sense of perspective. Seriouslyโ€ฆ in the grand scheme of thingsโ€ฆ. what have you got to be miserable about? Really?

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    I’ve just had boiled eggs with perfect runny yolk & soldiers, and I feel epic.

    Deveron53
    Member

    I’m happy. Line 1 in OP applies to me as well. Means no-one can stop me buying a bike with a letter ‘c’ after the model name now… (There are many other benefits but that’s the one that springs to mind first!)

    hodge
    Member

    26 single pivot fat tyres and loving the mud, happy days! Oh yes free parking in loading pays because I drive a van ho ho ho!

    Gary_M
    Member

    I’m jolly happy thank you very much, I have christmas lights on my bike and everything. I love life.

    * My bid got written and it’s not at all bad. Pressure’s off.

    * I got a small pay increase, which is better than nowt ๐Ÿ™‚

    * I have a bunch of parties to go to over the weekend. There might even be some nice ladies there!

    I’m not getting much bike riding done though ๐Ÿ™

    highlandman
    Member

    Local gamekeepers are blocking trails with logs, more work, more responsibility, wages down 6% over five years before inflation, another 0.6% pay cut coming in April, got to work 7 extra years to get less of a so-called gold plated pension, MPs snouts are deeper than ever in the trough, everything is up in price, corrupt energy market- as an example Hinkley C guarantees are double what they need to be.
    Yeah, life’s great.

    lister
    Member

    Cos my nuts still hurt and I can’t ride my bike.

    retro83
    Member

    ‘cos my house buyer’s surveyor undervalued my property by ยฃ10k. I HAD THREE OFFERS AT FULL ASKING PRICE YOU BAWBAG.

    The only thing I can think of which’d cheer me up is to find where he lives and leave a yule log on his doorstep.

    tazzymtb
    Member

    I just done a poo so big I had to break it up with a plunger. …much happier now. Its no wonder babies look grumpy when log turns into a whole giant redwood…with all the side branches still on

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    I have a bunch of parties to go to over the weekend. There might even be some nice ladies there!

    Premier Icon scandal42
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    Because some useless **** decided that working 5 days out of 7 is the normal way to do things.

    T’other way round should have been agreed at the start.

    Mr Woppit
    Member

    Well you sort of answered your own question there, except for

    people posting funny news stories from the papers are a-holes

    No idea on that one. ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ™‚

    jon1973
    Member

    economy is crap, wages are plummeting, relative to earnings and inflation,our MPs are absolute arseholes, the police cant be trusted, the press cant be trusted, the weathers crap, winters coming, energy prices are rising, Syria is in a spiral of shit, Ive got another 6mth extension on my contract but long term- who knows, against this backdrop xmas just means expenditure and worry

    and the final nail in the coffin, kick in the nuts and bite of the shit sandwich is that a new series of Birds of A Feather starts in the New Year

    Don’t forget, Danny Dyer joins Eastenders of Christmas day.

    I’m happy. I’ve got a new bike which rides really nicely. On Monday everyone here told me it’s an ugly piece of shyte, which can only mean one thing. They’re jealous!

    theflatboy
    Member

    I’m happy – nearly Christmas holidays and a bit of time off. ๐Ÿ™‚

    maxtorque
    Member

    I’m not Les miserable!

    Took this pic earlier:

    Woburn Woods were beautiful with the sun streaming through the trees!

    (still had a smile on my face, even after going OTB twice the space of 5mins ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Houns
    Member

    Days off = weather crap! days in work = nice weather. Working all over Christmas.

    Hoped seeing anchorman 2 today would cheer me up but it was just a disappointment

    Premier Icon cardo
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    No feel pretty chipper to be honest despite having a boss with a face like a slapped arse and she’s not speaking to me, who is going to be doing our pay (sorry) er reviews tomorrow with fark hall chance of anything to do with a pay rise involved in it for the 4th year… Then ‘cos we are so skint we are having our works doooo at lunch time ! the excitement is just not happening.

    The best bit is it is actually Wednesday and I’m going to ride my bike with my mates tonight in the howling wind and have a larf. Then some beers at the end… now that does make me happy….

    Who are you calling *** miserable,I’m 59 on Friday,and I’m going out Yay.And my best mate,who is 56 on Friday,has been laid off his seasonal job,so much manly riding,and beer,in the New Year

    sneakyg4
    Member

    I am Scottish, I actually enjoy a bit of misery.

    Last Sunday I went to Waitrose specifically to find things that are priced outrageously, getting angry about this sort of thing cheers me up.

    I am a complex individual.

    CountZero
    Member

    Sweeping generalisation, innit? I’m not miserable. A bit grumpy, because my knee’s rather painful, but that’s it.

    That’s a typically Scots way to behave.A Yorkshireman would have found the same things cheaper elsewhere,bought them,and had bragging rights about the saving.

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