- Things you find completely incomprehensible…
Smoking and vaping. It stinks, you stink, you think you look cool but you look ridiculous, you’re damaging your health and those around you. You stink. Smokers think it’s ok to litter, to stand outside shop/pub/restaurant doors inflicting your cancerous stench on everyone. When I come supreme leader it will be abolished
You ******** stinkPosted 4 months agomarinerMember
Bib shorts.Posted 4 months ago
LOUD ADVERTS using rock ‘music’ on classical music stations – looking at you Cfm.
Adverts that are so for da yoof that I have no idea what they are advertising.
Social media what ever that is.
My water bill.
HMRC SA guide.
How to generate a tab from sheet music on Sibelius or NCH.
The cage system on guitar or why the movable scale works with any note anywhere on the frets.
Modern life generally.
Why I left Scotland.CougarSubscriber
People who buy non stick pans. Why would you want something that lasts 5 minutes and leaves chips of plastic all over your food, stops you from using proper utensils on it etc?
User error? I have years-old non-stick pans and have never experienced any of the problems you cite.
Rabid Social Media. Everyone’s entitled to a voice, but the vitriol some people carry around with them is very disturbing.
… he said, with no trace of irony, on a chat forum.Posted 4 months agoSaxonRiderSubscriber
British herd behaviour. So things like panic buying, clogging up the motorways on the first day of holiday, and accepting super long queues for places like the M6 and the local supermarket carpark. I’ve lived in and/or spent significant amount of time in a number of countries and never seen anything like it.
NetballPosted 4 months agolovewookieSubscriber
Very religious christians who vote tory and don’t like the principles of socialism. Seems counter intuitive.
Populist political stance of otherwise intelligent people. (I totally get the politicians reasons)
Why catholics and protestants perpetuate dehumanising each other to the point of hatred. in Glasgow. Pretend it’s to do with football, stain every aspect of life with it (for example, the indy ref was largely judged IMO not on the benefits of choice, but on which group votes one way, the other group votes the opposite) and make it an instant judge of character (the first question asked if you meet someone is ‘do you work?’, like it’s optional, the second, ‘what team do you support?’) it all seems incredibly backward thinking and anti progressive.Posted 4 months agobob_summersMember
Bus drivers who don’t wait for people to sit down before pulling away from the bus stop;Posted 4 months ago
Taxi drivers who use their horns instead of knocking on the door;
People who moan at the council about the streets being full of litter, not stopping to think that it is people who drop litter, not the council;
A room full of drama teachers listening to Björk;
Grown men with replica shirts worn over their jumpers, who stand up and stretch out their arms when the opposing team fail to hit the target;
An assortment of scriptwriters, novelists and playwrights who own Agas but don’t know how to use them;
A musical equipment reviewer responsible for an article titled “Microphone of the Month”;
A woman who described herself as “A little bit Bridget, a little bit Ally, a little bit Sex And The City” and chose to call her baby boy Fred as a childishly rebellious attempt at a clever reaction to those who might have expected her to call him Julian or Rupert. Bit of advice: call him Rupert, it fits, and besides it’s a good name. Don’t be calling him Fred or Archie, with all its cheeky but lovable working class scamp connotations, unless you really do have plans for him to spend his life in William Hill’s waiting for them to weigh in at Newton Abbot.
Also being held is a whole wall full of teenagers spitting needlessly;
An amateur thug in camouflage trousers whose Japanese fighting dog had run amok on a Swindon council estate;
A man from the record company who said that George Michael continues to challenge social taboos through his music;
Continuity announcers introducing comedy shows;
A pub band who get uppity when everyone goes to the bar during a song they’ve written themselves;
A group of football fans referred to as Commodores, as in once, twice, three times a season, who feed sugar lumps to police horses at Cup Finals;
An artist who said his next album would be more “song-based”;
A man who informs people that he gets up at six am every morning and seemed to want a medal;
People who say they speak as they find and are somehow proud of it;
Journalists who try to spell an interviewee’s laugh;
An organisation who declared an awareness week for awareness weeks;
And a council worker who dropped litter.funkmasterpSubscriber
How big planes fly and really big boats float. Don’t get me wrong, I know how it works, but every time I see the former flying and the latter floating my brain sort of goes “argh, how”
Hating people or a group of people for any reason. Individuals makes sense, whole groups I can’t fathom.
Why we still make plastic if nobody wants it.Posted 4 months agojohnjn2000Subscriber
Use of the word ‘super’ to accentuate something instead of just saying ‘very’ “OMG it was SUPER good”
Use of the word ‘absolutely’ instead of ‘yes’
Timpsons – not being equipped to re polish my leather shoes after a diesel incident, they are a shoe repair shop ffs!
Littering – Any littering but lobbing out of a car window really boils my pi$$
Dog owners with dogs off lead – The ones that shout across the park “Fido won’t hurt you and he is fine with other dogs” As Fido proceeds to snuffle underneath my dog (on lead) and getting more and more tense before eating Fido. Then you hear “ooooh that’s never happened before”Posted 4 months ago
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