What three things would you ban if you were in charge?
No he meant sticky, claggy, viscous dogs.
but Sudocrem’d cats are still OK I hope?
1. JamPosted 3 years ago
2. White saddles and grips, unless cleaned properly if even the slightest bit grubby, otherwise they’re just that mingy soiled white colour, eugh!
3. People who stand at road crossings NOT pushing the button and just waiting and waiting and waiting…edhornbySubscriber
quite a few of these I agree with – which makes me think that I would be happy with a benign dictatorship…. :/
I would say that you’ve all shot a bit low, just ban McDonalds in its entirety for the good of the health of the nation
ok my 3
1) The Daily ExpressPosted 3 years ago
3) the CocaCola company and Pepsico ltdMSPSubscriber
1, Anyone so departed from emotional reality that they need to make a fake emotional outpouring every time some celebrity hafwit dies.Posted 3 years ago
3, People who dash to get in front of you, then move really really slowly, as if they think you lost and therefore have to suffer for it (I work with lots of Italians, Spanish and Portuguese and it just seems to be part of their culture, but one day they will push me too far and will all die horrible painful deaths).Ro5eyMember
1) Wood burning stoves
2) Coffee machines
3) Cut throat razors
4) Poncey watches
8 ) AV
9) Monday night pub rides
10) Mid-life crises
11) Bloody Scotland
12) Moaning about house prices.
13) And any altercations where it’s quite clear the poster’s first thoughts, after said altercation, were…. I can’t wait to get this on STW
Only three of these are my true picks…. I’m just not sure which.Posted 3 years agolungeSubscriber
1. The promotion of any religion to anyone below the age if 16. If you want to be a chrustian/Muslim/Buddhist/etc you can be but only when you’re at an age to make a sensible, informed decision. Basically no being brought up as “insert religion here” or indoctrination as it will now be called. No more christening’s, baptisms or circumcisms thank you.
2. Party names on voting slips and campaign literature. Replace with the candidates name and the policies they stand for and make people vote for the policies not the parties.
3. The ability to become an mp without a minimum of 10 years of work experience. I don’t care whether you’ve been a builder or a banker, you just have to have spent time working away from politics.
That’ll do for a start I think.Posted 3 years agosamuriMember
Colour co-ordinating scatter cushions, curtains and carpets.
Good call! Scatter cushions! What a complete and utter waste of time. They render any item of furniture completely unusable for it’s intended purpose. It’s OK in my house because I just throw them on the floor but when you’re in someone elses house what do you do? Try and get in between them? Gently place them down the side of the sofa or just end up sitting with them making the whole think incredibly uncomfortable and you come away with rickets!Posted 3 years ago
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