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Conveniently shaped for shoving up your Brexit! What a stupid individual...
Joe90_guy9 m ago

Conveniently shaped for shoving up your Brexit! What a stupid individual...


I think it is a bit rude calling Mr. Farage stupid (whatever else he is, he certainly is not stupid) just because you disagree with his political views.

Regarding the deal: well, it is tat, but it is a fiver or so off the regular price, so I'll vote hot to encourage the OP in his/her first post.
Joe90_guy6 m ago

I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, …I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, Vauxhall/Peugeot, Honda & Mini have dumped their UK manufacturing operations, when The City Of London is a shadow of it's former self, when we look back at September 2017 and wish we could go back to those days when inflation was ONLY 2.9%, when we've totally missed out on the EU growth that's kicking in right now, when, as a result of a dramatic loss of government revenue, swinging, wholesale cuts will be made to The NHS and people start dying....well maybe THEN you'll realise 'stupid' was an appropriate adjective. Nigel Farage is just a right-wing version of Arthur Scargill; a very charismatic, persuasive orator capable of mobilising the masses and then leading them to their total obliteration.

I was not a UKIP supporter (I voted to remain because I was just about convinced by Mr. Cameron), but I still think you are being needlessly rude.
It is the British people who want to leave the EU, now we have to seek our fortune elsewhere and there is no point calling Mr. Farage rude names.
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Conveniently shaped for shoving up your Brexit! What a stupid individual...
Joe90_guy9 m ago

Conveniently shaped for shoving up your Brexit! What a stupid individual...


I think it is a bit rude calling Mr. Farage stupid (whatever else he is, he certainly is not stupid) just because you disagree with his political views.

Regarding the deal: well, it is tat, but it is a fiver or so off the regular price, so I'll vote hot to encourage the OP in his/her first post.
othen15 m ago

I think it is a bit rude calling Mr. Farage stupid (whatever else he is, …I think it is a bit rude calling Mr. Farage stupid (whatever else he is, he certainly is not stupid) just because you disagree with his political views.Regarding the deal: well, it is tat, but it is a fiver or so off the regular price, so I'll vote hot to encourage the OP in his/her first post.


vile, sick, bigot, scumbag are all better choices for someone who speaks at far right rallies and sings Hitler songs
othen3 h, 28 m ago

I think it is a bit rude calling Mr. Farage stupid (whatever else he is, …I think it is a bit rude calling Mr. Farage stupid (whatever else he is, he certainly is not stupid) just because you disagree with his political views.Regarding the deal: well, it is tat, but it is a fiver or so off the regular price, so I'll vote hot to encourage the OP in his/her first post.


I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, Vauxhall/Peugeot, Honda & Mini have dumped their UK manufacturing operations, when The City Of London is a shadow of it's former self, when we look back at September 2017 and wish we could go back to those days when inflation was ONLY 2.9%, when we've totally missed out on the EU growth that's kicking in right now, when, as a result of a dramatic loss of government revenue, swingeing, wholesale cuts will be made to The NHS and people start dying....well maybe THEN you'll realise 'stupid' was an appropriate adjective. Nigel Farage is just a right-wing version of Arthur Scargill; a very charismatic, persuasive orator capable of mobilising the masses and then leading them to their total obliteration.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 13th Sep 2017
Oh, and it probably won't come as a surprise but I voted this deal cold...
Joe90_guy6 m ago

I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, …I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, Vauxhall/Peugeot, Honda & Mini have dumped their UK manufacturing operations, when The City Of London is a shadow of it's former self, when we look back at September 2017 and wish we could go back to those days when inflation was ONLY 2.9%, when we've totally missed out on the EU growth that's kicking in right now, when, as a result of a dramatic loss of government revenue, swinging, wholesale cuts will be made to The NHS and people start dying....well maybe THEN you'll realise 'stupid' was an appropriate adjective. Nigel Farage is just a right-wing version of Arthur Scargill; a very charismatic, persuasive orator capable of mobilising the masses and then leading them to their total obliteration.

I was not a UKIP supporter (I voted to remain because I was just about convinced by Mr. Cameron), but I still think you are being needlessly rude.
It is the British people who want to leave the EU, now we have to seek our fortune elsewhere and there is no point calling Mr. Farage rude names.
Does it lie through its teeth and talk b*****ks as well?
Edited by: "majortom" 13th Sep 2017
the phrases are pretty uninspiring...

1. "Anything is possible if enough decent people are prepared to stand up against the establishment."

2. “You have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk."

3. “We should be aware that we now have in our countries, sadly, an enemy within."

4. “If I'm wrong in saying that, you can throw me out of this parliament right here, right now, this afternoon."

5. “Just who the hell do you think you people are?"

6. “Well I have to say, you're not laughing now, are you?"

7. “I know that virtually none of you have ever done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business, or worked in trade, or indeed ever created a job."

8. “Why don't you shut up and listen for a change?"
Edited by: "pffffft" 13th Sep 2017
pffffft36 m ago

the phrases are pretty uninspiring... 1. "Anything is possible if enough …the phrases are pretty uninspiring... 1. "Anything is possible if enough decent people are prepared to stand up against the establishment." 2. “You have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk." 3. “We should be aware that we now have in our countries, sadly, an enemy within." 4. “If I'm wrong in saying that, you can throw me out of this parliament right here, right now, this afternoon." 5. “Just who the hell do you think you people are?" 6. “Well I have to say, you're not laughing now, are you?" 7. “I know that virtually none of you have ever done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business, or worked in trade, or indeed ever created a job." 8. “Why don't you shut up and listen for a change?"


He is basically an attention seeker who desperately needs to 'be heard and be seen'. I suspect in kindergarten, he was the little kid that hits the other little kids because even being told off by the grown-ups is better than being ignored.

To him, Brexit was just the means to the ends to getting himself in to the public spotlight. The fact that he abdicated all and any responsibility for Brexit, and the chaos it will unleash, less that 24 hours after the vote was in, speaks volumes about his character; a character which to my mind is actually very un-British.

Farage is not that dissimilar to that vile woman Katie Hopkins in that there's no natural limit to what they will say, as long as it creates media attention.
Nice to see the snowflakes whipped up into a frenzy
Joe90_guy4 h, 56 m ago

I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, …I'm guessing you can't quite see 'stupid' yet. However when Ford, Toyota, Vauxhall/Peugeot, Honda & Mini have dumped their UK manufacturing operations, when The City Of London is a shadow of it's former self, when we look back at September 2017 and wish we could go back to those days when inflation was ONLY 2.9%, when we've totally missed out on the EU growth that's kicking in right now, when, as a result of a dramatic loss of government revenue, swingeing, wholesale cuts will be made to The NHS and people start dying....well maybe THEN you'll realise 'stupid' was an appropriate adjective. Nigel Farage is just a right-wing version of Arthur Scargill; a very charismatic, persuasive orator capable of mobilising the masses and then leading them to their total obliteration.


Really Joe90_guy, do you work for BBC news by any chance
Joe90_guy1 h, 39 m ago

He is basically an attention seeker who desperately needs to 'be heard and …He is basically an attention seeker who desperately needs to 'be heard and be seen'. I suspect in kindergarten, he was the little kid that hits the other little kids because even being told off by the grown-ups is better than being ignored. To him, Brexit was just the means to the ends to getting himself in to the public spotlight. The fact that he abdicated all and any responsibility for Brexit, and the chaos it will unleash, less that 24 hours after the vote was in, speaks volumes about his character; a character which to my mind is actually very un-British. Farage is not that dissimilar to that vile woman Katie Hopkins in that there's no natural limit to what they will say, as long as it creates media attention.


Poor Joe getting all upset.

Go and sit in the corner and leave it to the big boys.

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othen5 h, 27 m ago

I was not a UKIP supporter (I voted to remain because I was just about …I was not a UKIP supporter (I voted to remain because I was just about convinced by Mr. Cameron), but I still think you are being needlessly rude.It is the British people who want to leave the EU, now we have to seek our fortune elsewhere and there is no point calling Mr. Farage rude names.


They were tricked by a bus.... we have really sunken that low as a country
I've read that after Brexit pensioners will replace EU migrants to pick cabbages. Poor old git Nigel will be out of work in a few years (no European Parliament) so I hope the poor lad will be given a job as a cabbage or carrot picker! He already looks like a cabbage!
titanx11 h, 33 m ago

Really Joe90_guy, do you work for BBC news by any chance


No. I'm just an old retired bloke who, after 60 years of waiting, watching Britain repeatedly failing one way or another, finally in the last few years, got to see the UK economy firing on all cylinders, having a strong currency, low inflation, low levels of unemployment and actually doing rather better than our closest continental rivals. And what do we do? Egged on by Nigel, Boris and The Imbecile Gove, we throw everything we've worked so hard for up into the air again just to satisfy the mad fringes of the Conservative Party.

Regarding your 'BBC' comment. I recently looked up what exactly 'Fascism' meant. It's a pretty loose term as it differed from country to country in the 30's but the primary features were an overriding emphasis on the nation state, dominating control from the centre with zero tolerance of dissent and the need to blame groups and organisations for the all problems of the state.

With Hitler, it was the Jews, the Bolsheviks, Gypsies, decadent artists and the like. Today, it seems to me there's a new narrative. It blames immigrants for both simultaneously living off benefits and stealing all the jobs. It blames The BBC for lying about everything regardless of it's worldwide reputation for scrupulous impartiality. It blames the feckless poor who by definition are work shy and live like pigs. It blames Corbyn comparing him to a modern day Lenin and it both ridicules and demonises people you don't agree with this narrative as Lefties and Remoaners. Interestingly, people who subscribe to this world view never ever question the 'rightness' of this philosophy. They are right. Absolutely. End of...

So I'm wondering whether we're witnessing the rise of a new dangerous Right extremism which utterly believes in Brexit in much the same way as Adolf & his mates believed in The Thousand Year Reich. As you might recall that didn't end too well for the German Volk so you can probably see why I don't think Brexit is such a good idea.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 13th Sep 2017
M0nk3h49 m ago

Poor Joe getting all upset.Go and sit in the corner and leave it to the …Poor Joe getting all upset.Go and sit in the corner and leave it to the big boys.[Image]


Go sit in a corner? Really?? Want to try and make me??? I'm up for a bit of heavy duty resistance so come prepared...
Joe90_guy22 m ago

No. I'm just an old retired bloke who, after 60 years of waiting, …No. I'm just an old retired bloke who, after 60 years of waiting, watching Britain repeatedly failing one way or another, finally in the last few years, got to see the UK economy firing on all cylinders, having a strong currency, low inflation, low levels of unemployment and actually doing rather better than our closest continental rivals. And what do we do? Egged on by Nigel, Boris and The Imbecile Gove, we throw everything we've worked so hard for throw up into the air again just to satisfy the mad fringes of the Conservative Party.Regarding your 'BBC' comment. I recently looked up what exactly 'Fascism' meant. It's a pretty loose term as it differed from country to country in the 30's but the primary features were an overriding emphasis on the nation state, dominating control from the centre with zero tolerance of dissent and the need to blame groups and organisations for the all problems of the state.With Hitler, it was the Jews, the Bolsheviks, Gypsies, decadent artists and the like. Today, it seems to me there's a new narrative. It blames immigrants for both simultaneously living off benefits and stealing all the jobs. It blames The BBC for lying about everything regardless of it's worldwide reputation for scrupulous impartiality. It blames the feckless poor who by definition are work shy and live like pigs. It blames Corbyn comparing him to a modern day Lenin and it both ridicules and demonises people you don't agree with this narrative as Lefties and Remoaners. Interestingly, people who subscribe to this world view never ever question the 'rightness' of this philosophy. They are right. Absolutely. End of...So I'm wondering whether we're witnessing the rise of a new dangerous Right extremism which utterly believes in Brexit in much the same way as Adolf & his mates believed in The Thousand Year Reich. As you might recall that didn't end too well for the German Volk so you can probably see why I don't think Brexit is such a good idea.

Joe90_guy22 m ago

No. I'm just an old retired bloke who, after 60 years of waiting, …No. I'm just an old retired bloke who, after 60 years of waiting, watching Britain repeatedly failing one way or another, finally in the last few years, got to see the UK economy firing on all cylinders, having a strong currency, low inflation, low levels of unemployment and actually doing rather better than our closest continental rivals. And what do we do? Egged on by Nigel, Boris and The Imbecile Gove, we throw everything we've worked so hard for throw up into the air again just to satisfy the mad fringes of the Conservative Party.Regarding your 'BBC' comment. I recently looked up what exactly 'Fascism' meant. It's a pretty loose term as it differed from country to country in the 30's but the primary features were an overriding emphasis on the nation state, dominating control from the centre with zero tolerance of dissent and the need to blame groups and organisations for the all problems of the state.With Hitler, it was the Jews, the Bolsheviks, Gypsies, decadent artists and the like. Today, it seems to me there's a new narrative. It blames immigrants for both simultaneously living off benefits and stealing all the jobs. It blames The BBC for lying about everything regardless of it's worldwide reputation for scrupulous impartiality. It blames the feckless poor who by definition are work shy and live like pigs. It blames Corbyn comparing him to a modern day Lenin and it both ridicules and demonises people you don't agree with this narrative as Lefties and Remoaners. Interestingly, people who subscribe to this world view never ever question the 'rightness' of this philosophy. They are right. Absolutely. End of...So I'm wondering whether we're witnessing the rise of a new dangerous Right extremism which utterly believes in Brexit in much the same way as Adolf & his mates believed in The Thousand Year Reich. As you might recall that didn't end too well for the German Volk so you can probably see why I don't think Brexit is such a good idea.



I'm actually speechless, you really believe what you wrote is true ?. I thought it was just students that are brainwashed with your logic.
titanx129 m ago

I'm actually speechless, you really believe what you wrote is true ?. I …I'm actually speechless, you really believe what you wrote is true ?. I thought it was just students that are brainwashed with your logic.


I'm glad that you're speechless. It will give you a chance to think about what you're saying before opening your mouth again.

The 'brainwashing' thing. It's a thing people like you say to people like me like it has some basis in fact. Who exactly are these people that have been brainwashing me and when did they ever find time to do it? Did Junckers do me personally or was it The CIA or MI5 or The Moonies? Sounds silly doesn't it. That's because it is...
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 13th Sep 2017
Joe90_guy47 m ago

I'm glad that you're speechless. It will give you a chance to think about …I'm glad that you're speechless. It will give you a chance to think about what you're saying before opening your mouth again.The 'brainwashing' thing. It's a thing people like you say to people like me like it has some basis in fact. Who exactly are these people that have been brainwashing me and when did they ever find time to do it? Did Junckers do me personally or was it The CIA or MI5 or The Moonies? Sounds silly doesn't it. That's because it is...


Keep taking the medication Joe, let us hope it's for anger issues and not mental health
Joe90_guy7 h, 57 m ago

Conveniently shaped for shoving up your Brexit! What a stupid individual...

What? Stupid for getting a referendum and winning the vote.
loonyboyx2 h, 14 m ago

They were tricked by a bus.... we have really sunken that low as a country


S'ok - The Tory Voters were tricked by promises on advertising boards...

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David Cameron should work for Volkswagen... outright deceived and lied to the country and it diddn't really bother most of the population bizzarly.
Farage doesn't know which way up the flag should be.


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Edited by: "Jumpingphil" 14th Sep 2017
Fun time ahead for everyone involved but the worst is coming for the old and poor who mostly voted for this to happen because they are stupid enough to believe this country is in this state because of immigrants.

I had a welsh friend who voted leave when he is enjoying a uni that was funded by europe if you think its bad then good luck.

Murdoch is the real winner he makes the working class fight with each other when him and his buddies get away with what they want.
Edited by: "Reigan" 14th Sep 2017
titanx18 h, 49 m ago

Keep taking the medication Joe, let us hope it's for anger issues and not …Keep taking the medication Joe, let us hope it's for anger issues and not mental health


Oh great! More smart Alec put downs. You rightly look stupid when your brainwashing jibe fails so you now imply there must be a medical reason as to why I'm opposing you and your barmy views. For the record, other than hayfever tablets, I don't take any medication whatsoever and my mental health is absolutely fine. I've got a degree, I'm widely read, I functioned at a high level in industry and travelled the world. What's more, the security of retirement gives you time to focus less on yourself and more on what sort of future you might want for your children and grandchildren. And I absolutely, categorically DON'T want your crazy , extreme vision of the future foisted on them.

And please, this 'we won' thing honestly doesn't wash and never did! Nine people telling one person what to do is democracy at work. So is four to one. Even a 60:40 vote, the equivalent of three people telling two people what to do is an acceptable democratic result. But 51:49?? That's like one slightly bigger person telling one slightly smaller person what to do. In traditional democratic terms, it's seen as a mandate to keep things the same because there is clearly no overwhelming mandate for change. This 'we won so we can do what we damn well please' attitude is how dysfunctional African governments 'weaponise' democracy. That the Pro-Brexit mob are even using this tactic is testament to how low they are prepared to stoop.

So what are going to come back with now? Another insult?? Why not try actually arguing for once in your life. You might find the process enlightening...
Reigan8 h, 15 m ago

Fun time ahead for everyone involved but the worst is coming for the old …Fun time ahead for everyone involved but the worst is coming for the old and poor who mostly voted for this to happen because they are stupid enough to believe this country is in this state because of immigrants.I had a welsh friend who voted leave when he is enjoying a uni that was funded by europe if you think its bad then good luck.Murdoch is the real winner he makes the working class fight with each other when him and his buddies get away with what they want.


I think you are spot on with your comments. I'm lucky. However bad it gets, I know I'm financially secure enough to survive. However there are people out there, primarily the old & the poor but also the newly emerging young, who are going to be wiped out by Brexit. Thinking back to the seventies, high inflation coupled with an acute lack of government revenue will be the killer. One of the few benefits of being old is that you see patterns of behaviour repeating themselves. Idealogical division blighted this country for decades and here we are in 2017 and it's back again with a vengeance. Thinking back, for all the impassioned talk over which 'system' was best, no-one prospered and all we actually got was chaos and decline.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 14th Sep 2017
Joe90_guy4 h, 5 m ago

I think you are spot on with your comments. I'm lucky. However bad it …I think you are spot on with your comments. I'm lucky. However bad it gets, I know I'm financially secure enough to survive. However there are people out there, primarily the old & the poor but also the newly emerging young, who are going to be wiped out by Brexit. Thinking back to the seventies, high inflation coupled with an acute lack of government revenue will be the killer. One of the few benefits of being old is that you see patterns of behaviour repeating themselves. Idealogical division blighted this country for decades and here we are in 2017 and it's back again with a vengeance. Thinking back, for all the impassioned talk over which 'system' was best, no-one prospered and all we actually got was chaos and decline.



Joe90_guy4 h, 26 m ago

Oh great! More smart Alec put downs. You rightly look stupid when your …Oh great! More smart Alec put downs. You rightly look stupid when your brainwashing jibe fails so you now imply there must be a medical reason as to why I'm opposing you and your barmy views. For the record, other than hayfever tablets, I don't take any medication whatsoever and my mental health is absolutely fine. I've got a degree, I'm widely read, I functioned at a high level in industry and travelled the world. What's more, the security of retirement gives you time to focus less on yourself and more on what sort of future you might want for your children and grandchildren. And I absolutely, categorically DON'T want your crazy , extreme vision of the future foisted on them. And please, this 'we won' thing honestly doesn't wash and never did! Nine people telling one person what to do is democracy at work. So is four to one. Even a 60:40 vote, the equivalent of three people telling two people what to do is an acceptable democratic result. But 51:49?? That's like one slightly bigger person telling one slightly smaller person what to do. In traditional democratic terms, it's seen as a mandate to keep things the same because there is clearly no overwhelming mandate for change. This 'we won so we can do what we damn well please' attitude is how dysfunctional African governments 'weaponise' democracy. That the Pro-Brexit mob are even using this tactic is testament to how low they are prepared to stoop. So what are going to come back with now? Another insult?? Why not try actually arguing for once in your life. You might find the process enlightening...


I don't argue with fools Joe, that's not a put down "just a fact" you have far too much so called facts whizzing round your head to think straight. Your diatribe is that of a remainer and i know "you can't fix stupid" you say you are well read and travelled all over but you talk nonsense utter nonsense, that is why i asked if you work for the BBC. I run a business development group and can tell you since the brexit vote our partners have had to think outside the EU box and to great effect on both trade and investment in the UK, it's time you got over the vote and let smart business move the UK forward
titanx13 h, 17 m ago

I don't argue with fools Joe, that's not a put down "just a fact" you have …I don't argue with fools Joe, that's not a put down "just a fact" you have far too much so called facts whizzing round your head to think straight. Your diatribe is that of a remainer and i know "you can't fix stupid" you say you are well read and travelled all over but you talk nonsense utter nonsense, that is why i asked if you work for the BBC. I run a business development group and can tell you since the brexit vote our partners have had to think outside the EU box and to great effect on both trade and investment in the UK, it's time you got over the vote and let smart business move the UK forward


Ahhh...you can tell a lot about a person's character by what they write...

You don't argue with fools but here you are again doing exactly that.This apparently wasn't a put down but when you read it, it clearly is. You run an important business development group but here you are with sufficient time on your hands to repeatedly visit a thread for a Talking Nigel Farage Pen. LOL! You're a mass of contradictions do you not think? Oh, and let's not forget your innate 'rightness' about, well everything; the smug, glib dismissiveness of the wannabe (but not quite made it yet) officer class. Yes, when the revolution comes, as it will, you'll look very dapper strutting about in your jackboots.

You've given me the benefit of your limited wisdom so permit me to share some of mine in return. Only the most foolish of fools gives away something of immense, immediate value today in the hope something better tomorrow, especially when that thing is so nebulous as to not actually exist.

BTW, I don't think you'll engage again as you seem to have lost the argument but hopefully the important thing you will have picked up by now is that regardless of what you and your ilk think, half the population think you're dead wrong and will resist you until you get fed up and basically shut up again.
Joe90_guy2 h, 0 m ago

Ahhh...you can tell a lot about a person's character by what they …Ahhh...you can tell a lot about a person's character by what they write...You don't argue with fools but here you are again doing exactly that.This apparently wasn't a put down but when you read it, it clearly is. You run an important business development group but here you are with sufficient time on your hands to repeatedly visit a thread for a Talking Nigel Farage Pen. LOL! You're a mass of contradictions do you not think? Oh, and let's not forget your innate 'rightness' about, well everything; the smug, glib dismissiveness of the wannabe (but not quite made it yet) officer class. Yes, when the revolution comes, as it will, you'll look very dapper strutting about in your jackboots.You've given me the benefit of your limited wisdom so permit me to share some of mine in return. Only the most foolish of fools gives away something of immense, immediate value today in the hope something better tomorrow, especially when that thing is so nebulous as to not actually exist.BTW, I don't think you'll engage again as you seem to have lost the argument but hopefully the important thing you will have picked up by now is that regardless of what you and your ilk think, half the population think you're dead wrong and will resist you until you get fed up and basically shut up again.


You seem to think we have an argument ? I come across people like everyday ! like i said "you can't fix stupid" so carry on with your infinite wisdom why brexit is so wrong for the country, but please come with facts and not gibberish like you have been, you have given me and my office staff a great laugh and have copied your thesis to show the typical remainer profile. i personally think you are ex civil servant ? BTW i bought the pen......................
titanx11 h, 1 m ago

You seem to think we have an argument ? I come across people like everyday …You seem to think we have an argument ? I come across people like everyday ! like i said "you can't fix stupid" so carry on with your infinite wisdom why brexit is so wrong for the country, but please come with facts and not gibberish like you have been, you have given me and my office staff a great laugh and have copied your thesis to show the typical remainer profile. i personally think you are ex civil servant ? BTW i bought the pen......................


Did you write this one-handed, on your phone, while driving back from the pub? It's not really The Queen's English is it? Why not spend half an hour editing it for punctuation, the correct use of capital letters and basic grammar? It might then be a tad easier to decipher what exactly you were intending to say. I really don't want to make you feel anymore inferior than absolutely necessary but if you're going to set yourself up as the infallible fountain of all knowledge, badly written drivel isn't going to convey the right impression to people is it?

Thanks for passing my comments to your staff. Did they really laugh at what I'd written or did they laugh because you're an overbearing know-it-all and they feel they have to laugh when you laugh otherwise they know you'll go into a big sulk? Maybe some of them might secretly agree with me. How would someone so self-evidently obtuse ever know otherwise?

And you're still here aren't you! It's the middle of the bloody day. Why aren't you working?

Enjoy the pen. LOL!
titanx114th Sep

you have far too much so called facts whizzing round your head



titanx119 h, 54 m ago

but please come with facts



hmmm is that not the definition of contradiction....being critical of someone because they know too many facts then mere threads later asking them to quantify their stance by providing facts

justsayin. as a casual reader i quantify that joe is pwning you. Best hush now.

BTW I didnt buy the pen (because it is not funny, although I'm sure when you get yours you can share it with your staff and they will undoubtedly laugh along)
Edited by: "pffffft" 15th Sep 2017
Great ....does it promise me £350 million a week for the NHS .
does it write out better schools and housing ?
If so, I'm in ...Just need to know when written promise fulfilled.
before Europe we were paying 17 %!interest in 1970 when I was a studen
Edited by: "7day" 15th Sep 2017
pffffft18 h, 6 m ago

hmmm is that not the definition of contradiction....being critical of …hmmm is that not the definition of contradiction....being critical of someone because they know too many facts then mere threads later asking them to quantify their stance by providing factsjustsayin. as a casual reader i quantify that joe is pwning you. Best hush now.BTW I didnt buy the pen (because it is not funny, although I'm sure when you get yours you can share it with your staff and they will undoubtedly laugh along)


Thank you for pointing out the contradiction thing. I should have spotted this myself. To be honest, he was really getting up my nose and if I did pwn him (not sure what pwning is precisely?) I reckon he probably deserved it. Anyway, he's retreated from the battlefield now; a bit like his great hero Nigel...
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 16th Sep 2017
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