- Irrational hatred
I fugging hate stand-up comedians, and more specifically, adverts promoting stand-up comedians, with their ‘I’m whacky/quirky/hilarious, me’ facial expressions and ‘as seen on..’ taglines.
I’ll make an exception for Bill Bailey, though. Top bloke.
I also really hate foam – the kind you find in cushions.Posted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
Treks, dunno why but i’ve never looked at one and thought “yeah…I’d have that”, probably down to their irrational early naming of bike models using numbers instead of names. Example : Trek 5700….wtf is that meant to symbolise?.
Honda drivers, especially if they have furry toys in their rear window/parcel shelf as i just know they are going to drive at 30mph and brake for every corner.
Religious/Born again Christian fundamentalists, especially the sort who ask you to donate money for their cause/private jet/new gold plated church/bentley – they should be taken outside and fed to the romans, or stripped naked and dumped in the middle of nowhere in a foreign/hostile land and made to live like a true christian and rely on others good will to survive…… where’s your all seeing god now huh?Posted 4 years agosamuriMember
I have ranted previously about how irritating it is to be preached at about world poverty by a tax-evading multimillionaire in a ridiculous cowboy hat (which he once flew across the Atlantic in First Class, in its own seat)
Oh no. That is completely and utterly rational. The man is an arse of the highest order. He preaches about tax payers not supporting Ireland for christ’s sake. Is he completely devoid of irony? Knob jockey.Posted 4 years agoTuckerUKMember
I think Helen Skelton has done enough to get promoted from the vacuous presenter bint category.
That’s the thing about a irrational dislikes of someone, you tend not to pay them any attention. I wouldn’t know.
And Holly Willoughby brings out other irrational urges
Does it involve a lump o’ 4×2? Me too!Posted 4 years ago
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