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been to a nice farmers market today with nice people and the theater tonight with very nice people. Makes a nice change from the usual crown you see on the streets of the town Read More
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
been to a nice farmers market today with nice people and the theater tonight with very nice people.

Makes a nice change from the usual crown you see on the streets of the town
miles136 Avatar
8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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I am by no means posh or stuck up but I do like this things to be done right, I hate swaring in the street and ppl shouting and screaming at their kids "kiyle ger eer now".... pppl spitting in the streets, ppl saying warne for wine, not eating with good table manners, littering, speaking in a very common way

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2 Likes #1
What you see at the theatre
7 Likes #2
I am by no means posh or stuck up but I do like this things to be done right, I hate swaring in the street and ppl shouting and screaming at their kids "kiyle ger eer now".... pppl spitting in the streets, ppl saying warne for wine, not eating with good table manners, littering, speaking in a very common way
1 Like #3
archer1204
What you see at the theatre

blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet
1 Like #4
miles136
archer1204
What you see at the theatre
blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet
Why do you like it so much
1 Like #5
sometimes on a Saturday afternoon after been shopping I come how a bit depressed at the things I see, I mostly shop on line or late in the day or at night, ppl are so rude and common sometimes
1 Like #6
archer1204
miles136
archer1204
What you see at the theatre
blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet
Why do you like it so much

I can identifi a bit with the story of a hard up bringing and child poverty, a mother doing 3 jobs to keep the wolf from the door, living in a ruff area, that did not change till I was about 16, when I started to work part time and we were able to move, then things got better we never looked back.

The songs are very good too
#7
miles136
archer1204
miles136
archer1204
What you see at the theatre
blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet
Why do you like it so much
I can identifi a bit with the story of a hard up bringing and child poverty, a mother doing 3 jobs to keep the wolf from the door, living in a ruff area, that did not change till I was about 16, when I started to work part time and we were able to move, then things got better we never looked back.
The songs are very good too
Ah i will have to get round to seeing it one day
#8
archer1204
miles136
archer1204
miles136
archer1204
What you see at the theatre
blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet
Why do you like it so much
I can identifi a bit with the story of a hard up bringing and child poverty, a mother doing 3 jobs to keep the wolf from the door, living in a ruff area, that did not change till I was about 16, when I started to work part time and we were able to move, then things got better we never looked back.
The songs are very good too
Ah i will have to get round to seeing it one day

the current cast are excellent if not the best I have seen then in the top 2
banned#10
Drunk?
1 Like #11
YouDontWantToKnow
Drunk?

that is acceptable if you still behave like a nice drunk
#12
miles136
archer1204
miles136
archer1204
What you see at the theatre
blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet
Why do you like it so much
I can identifi a bit with the story of a hard up bringing and child poverty, a mother doing 3 jobs to keep the wolf from the door, living in a ruff area, that did not change till I was about 16, when I started to work part time and we were able to move, then things got better we never looked back.
The songs are very good too
Rough*
#13
You're not stuck up but you don't like people speaking in a "common way". Lovely.
banned 3 Likes #14
MIDURIX
You're not stuck up but you don't like people speaking in a "common way". Lovely.

What's so difficult to understand about that?

This forum doesn't allow you to swear or be abusive. Is that "lovely" too?
#15
ICBMiss
MIDURIX
You're not stuck up but you don't like people speaking in a "common way". Lovely.
What's so difficult to understand about that?
This forum doesn't allow you to swear or be abusive. Is that "lovely" too?
I just thought the two were mutually exclusive
#16
To be honest the thread title makes no sense to me because I always though it was a noun or verb, not a group of people.
1 Like #17
miles136
I am by no means posh or stuck up but I do like this things to be done right, I hate swaring in the street and ppl shouting and screaming at their kids "kiyle ger eer now".... pppl spitting in the streets, ppl saying warne for wine, not eating with good table manners, littering, speaking in a very common way


sad that others see not littering as posh, manners aren't posh just a reflection of parenting.
1 Like #18
What's a scunner?
2 Likes #19
moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?

A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.

Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.
banned 1 Like #20
miles136
I am by no means posh or stuck up but I do like this things to be done right, I hate swaring in the street and ppl shouting and screaming at their kids "kiyle ger eer now".... pppl spitting in the streets, ppl saying warne for wine, not eating with good table manners, littering, speaking in a very common way
I don't hate swearing if used in the proper context but if it's just f- this, f- that and so on it gets tiresome. People who spit and put their feet on train/bus seats should be ashamed of the example they're giving to younger generations that see them doing it. I've never spat on the streets and I rarely do it anyway because I don't need to, a lot of freaks spit like crazy for no good reason.

There was or is a law about people who spit get charged £50 but when does that ever happen? Also, the seats on TfL trains tend to be pretty much ruined, even when they're replaced with new ones' morons still place their feet on the new seats.

God damn it, fine those numbskulls, TfL!
2 Likes #21
Spasho
miles136
I am by no means posh or stuck up but I do like this things to be done right, I hate swaring in the street and ppl shouting and screaming at their kids "kiyle ger eer now".... pppl spitting in the streets, ppl saying warne for wine, not eating with good table manners, littering, speaking in a very common way
I don't hate swearing if used in the proper context but if it's just f- this, f- that and so on it gets tiresome. People who spit and put their feet on train/bus seats should be ashamed of the example they're giving to younger generations that see them doing it. I've never spat on the streets and I rarely do it anyway because I don't need to, a lot of freaks spit like crazy for no good reason.
There was or is a law about people who spit get charged £50 but when does that ever happen? Also, the seats on TfL trains tend to be pretty much ruined, even when they're replaced with new ones' morons still place their feet on the new seats.
God damn it, fine those numbskulls, TfL!


Spitting is what one does when one is cleaning ones teeth.

Gobbing is what some uncouth, ne'er do well does in the street!
#22
Had a nice afternoon in a nice english country village no scunners in sight
#23
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moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.
Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.

That's a scroat X)
2 Likes #24
miles136
Had a nice afternoon in a nice english country village no scunners in sight

Scroats X)
1 Like #25
moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
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A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.

Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.
deeky
That's a scroat X)

Nah... it can't be; msk is used to handling those.
1 Like #26
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moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
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A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.
Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.
deeky
That's a scroat X)
Nah... it can't be; msk is used to handling those.

oO Oh, it's ok. I feared for your safety for a moment but them remembered, she admitted to it yesterday X)
2 Likes #27
deeky
oO Oh, it's ok. I feared for your safety for a moment but them remembered, she admitted to it yesterday X)

Yes, you only remember them now :)
#28
ooooh, a poor person pretending to be posh, i'm pretty sure those 'nice' people had a jolly good laugh behind your back once you left to catch the bus home to your council flat
2 Likes #29
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deeky
oO Oh, it's ok. I feared for your safety for a moment but them remembered, she admitted to it yesterday X)
Yes, you only remember them now :)

:| << try to imagine that smiley with squinting eyes and pursed lips. Not you, the smiley :)

:)


Edited By: deeky on Oct 30, 2016 19:36
1 Like #30
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moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.
Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.

Thanks for explaining, never heard of that one before! I guess that either means I've lead a sheltered life or I am one oO
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moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
fanpages
A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.

Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.
deeky
That's a scroat X)
Nah... it can't be; msk is used to handling those.

I like to keep my hand in, you never can have too much practise :)
1 Like #32
moneysavingkitten
Thanks for explaining, never heard of that one before! I guess that either means I've lead a sheltered life or I am one oO

You're welcome. I don't think you are a sheltered life though.

I see you more as somebody being ignored "in a sec".

Irony.

:{
1 Like #33
deeky
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deeky
oO Oh, it's ok. I feared for your safety for a moment but them remembered, she admitted to it yesterday X)
Yes, you only remember them now :)
:| << try to imagine that smiley with squinting eyes and pursed lips. Not you, the smiley :)

:)


Hmmm, seems familiar...
#34
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moneysavingkitten
Thanks for explaining, never heard of that one before! I guess that either means I've lead a sheltered life or I am one oO
You're welcome. I don't think you are a sheltered life though.

I see you more as somebody being ignored "in a sec".

Irony.

:{

Scunner it is then X)
2 Likes #35
moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
People from Scunthorpe?.
2 Likes #36
moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
shauneco
People from Scunthorpe?.

"Cunners"; different altogether. Very different.

(Everyone)Different(/Everyone)
1 Like #37
miles136
archer1204
What you see at the theatre

blood brothers for the 23rd time and prob the best yet


my first musical with my wife...a great one for sure
1 Like #38
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moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.
Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.

From where i come from, we call them thugs :3
#39
moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
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A menacing unemployed person (primarily a youth) with no moral background, poor dress sense, & with an uncouth nature.

Typically found smoking/drinking/loitering on council estates.
mutley1
From where i come from, we call them thugs :3

I was expecting you to say "youths" or "tenants" :)
1 Like #40
shauneco
moneysavingkitten
What's a scunner?
People from Scunthorpe?.

I would guess scunthorpe is no good then? :p

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