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Little brats in our area have melted a bunch of wheelie bins

ryouga Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
All the bins on our street vanished on Wednesday, and I have noticed that the kids have had bonfires and fireworks every night for a week.

I went by the local park around corner and noticed a bunch of new black patches on grass with massive lumps of black plastic and wheelie bin wheels.

Also a bunch of burned beer cans and cider bottles.

Little """"" now we have no bins in our street.

Even saw kids around 9 or 10 talking about shagging when they get home.
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
my god where do you live?
#2
Lol cheeky wee gits!

Email your local council and they should deliver new bins :)
banned#3
and thats the very reason i dont let my kids in the street, much to my mothers disgust :roll:
#4
The large bins were getting burned down a lot over in the flats in my road,they replaced them with big steel ones now.
#5
Even saw kids around 9 or 10 talking about shagging when they get home.[/QUOTE]


Think they have sex education in primary schools now for ages around 10 or so depending on the school.
#6
The kids in the area are essentially trailer trash in this area, a bit hypocritcal of me but they are the stereotype single mum family or chav familys, on benefits yet plenty of cash, kids are on street corners every night snogging and feeling each other up drinking cider.

And a bunch of girls around 14 were chatting me up before I made an excuse and left.
#7
ryouga
The kids in the area are essentially trailer trash in this area, a bit hypocritcal of me but they are the stereotype single mum family or chav familys, on benefits yet plenty of cash, kids are on street corners every night snogging and feeling each other up drinking cider.

Yuuuk!!!

ryouga
And a bunch of girls around 14 were chatting me up before I made an excuse and left.


Lol don't lie! You know it was the other way around :giggle:
#8
nothing like that happens by me.Mind you last week someone stole my recycle bin!! I mean HOW DARE THEY!!
#9
ryouga
The kids in the area are essentially trailer trash in this area, a bit hypocritcal of me but they are the stereotype single mum family or chav familys, on benefits yet plenty of cash, kids are on street corners every night snogging and feeling each other up drinking cider.

And a bunch of girls around 14 were chatting me up before I made an excuse and left.


Sounds like near where I live.
#10
Well I am about 20 miles from Manchester lol
#11
ryouga
And a bunch of girls around 14 were chatting me up before I made an excuse and left.
That's a classic quote from the News of the World! I've outed you as a reporter :giggle:
#12
I was in the back garden on Tuesday fixing the greenhouse and these 2 guys, must have been about 15 or 16 walked past. One of them was telling a story and what I heard was "... aye he hit ma maw so a pulled oot ma knife, a wisnae gonna stab um, just slash um a couple o' times ..." For gods sake, this is a village where you are supposed to bring up your children and live out your days as an old person and we have little gits like that walking about!
#13
Although you will all get new bins if you request them at no charge it's not really the answer as these bins are very expensive to produce and it will just increase people's council tax even more.

The kids should be made to pay for the bins out of their pocket money to learn a lesson IMO.
[mod]#14
ryouga

Even saw kids around 9 or 10 talking about shagging when they get home.


When they get home??? As in you're looking through their windows. :shock:

There's a name for people like you. :x ;-)
#15
Syzable
When they get home??? As in you're looking through their windows. :shock:

There's a name for people like you. :x ;-)


:giggle: :giggle:
#16
ryouga
And a bunch of girls around 14 were chatting me up before I made an excuse and left.


"And that, your honour, is the case for the defence." :giggle:
#17
Syzable
When they get home??? As in you're looking through their windows. :shock:

There's a name for people like you. :x ;-)


???? confused dont know how you got that impression I said I heard kids talking lol.

A for the girls I was in a call box waiting to get through to BT when they asked how long I was going to be and tried to chat me up. One of them was holding a bottle of cider and nearly collapsed so many times she vanished behind a wall as she said she wanted a pee.
banned#18
Money Spinning
The kids should be made to pay for the bins out of their pocket money to learn a lesson IMO.

Bringing the parents into touch would be a start, its ok slating the kids but who has dragged them up, parents should be held responsible too
[mod]#19
Ry...........i was joking. DOH!!!!! :roll:

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