The Little Annoyances Of Everyday Life

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Bearsy posted this 14 March 2016 - Last edited 15 July 2016

When ur at work, and realise you need toilet, and do the rapid crabwalk down the hall, turtleheading on route, and just as you've got ur belt off & pants at halfmast, you sneeze, and evacuate ur bowels all over ur work trousers.

It's the third time I've shit myself at work. I'm beginning to think I've got a Problem RIP.

What Are Ur Daily Irritants Pls? Don't just say "pap", give details pls.

 

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Barry Sanchez posted this 14 March 2016

Slipping in the shower this morning and cutting my bastard shin open.

CB Saint posted this 14 March 2016

the level crossing at ocean village - why for, the actual love of fuck, do they have to drive that train through there in the middle of the rush hour.

Lets B Drinking posted this 14 March 2016

Trying to get a clean duvet and sheets on at midnight whilst pissed. Really should do it in the morning before going out for the day.

CB Saint posted this 14 March 2016

The Ayaytollah waiting until I have finished putting the bins out and then giving me a load of stuff "to go out as well"

BTripz posted this 14 March 2016

My Wife!!

Sussexsaint posted this 14 March 2016

Originally posted by CB Saint

The Ayaytollah waiting until I have finished putting the bins out and then giving me a load of stuff "to go out as well"

 What a sitcom that would make ! 'The Ayatollah and me' filled with comic misunderstandings. 

hoofinruth posted this 14 March 2016

My OH has tunnel vision, like most men.  How can he walk upstairs, empty handed, and not take up stuff sitting on the stairs waiting to be taken up?  Stuff like his new shower gel, or his shoes.........

CB Saint posted this 14 March 2016

Originally posted by hoofinruth

My OH has tunnel vision, like most men.  How can he walk upstairs, empty handed, and not take up stuff sitting on the stairs waiting to be taken up?  Stuff like his new shower gel, or his shoes.........

 Bet he would say, "my wife leaving things on the stairs for me to trip over"

pap posted this 14 March 2016 - Last edited 14 March 2016

a) The bastards that park outside my double gates, meaning I have to occasionally do Austin Powers style turning in my own driveway so that ms pap can get off to work.

b) The cost of drop kerbs, which would end this problem for good.

Barry Sanchez posted this 14 March 2016

Have a word with your neighbours or is it the gangbangers of noggsy parking up in their rides?

BTripz posted this 14 March 2016

Originally posted by pap

a) The bastards that park outside my double gates, meaning I have to occasionally do Austin Powers style turning in my own driveway so that ms pap can get off to work.

b) The cost of drop kerbs, which would end this problem for good.

Back when my son was young I used to drop him off at the child minder who lived in the middle of an estate. I always used to park in front of the child minder's car in front of another house who had a car parked on their front garden, no drop kerb!!

One day they came out to have a go at me about blocking them in (for the whole 1 minute I was dropping my son off) I explained to them that they had no drop kerb and there was nothing they could do about my parking. Cue a rant and threats to ram my car. My calmly an politely explaining that if they paid for drop kerbs it wouldn't happen!!

Outcome, they never parked on their front garden again!

Rallyboy posted this 14 March 2016

I'm building flat pack furniture today!

Two bedside cabinets arrived at dawn, the first one took 90 minutes.

I have eight spare dowels and quite a few screws left over, but only one bit was on the wrong way so I call that a result!

Just about to tackle the second one, I reckon I can do it in an hour...

 

 

 

 

An hour I will never get back.

Numptyboi posted this 14 March 2016

To continue the theme of "craphouse at work", settling in for a nice dump and then realising the last person didn't replace the toilet roll.

pap posted this 14 March 2016

Originally posted by BTripz

Back when my son was young I used to drop him off at the child minder who lived in the middle of an estate. I always used to park in front of the child minder's car in front of another house who had a car parked on their front garden, no drop kerb!!

One day they came out to have a go at me about blocking them in (for the whole 1 minute I was dropping my son off) I explained to them that they had no drop kerb and there was nothing they could do about my parking. Cue a rant and threats to ram my car. My calmly an politely explaining that if they paid for drop kerbs it wouldn't happen!!

Outcome, they never parked on their front garden again!

 You got lucky there.  Outcome could have just easily have been car driven over your head.

BTripz posted this 14 March 2016 - Last edited 14 March 2016

Originally posted by pap

Originally posted by BTripz

Back when my son was young I used to drop him off at the child minder who lived in the middle of an estate. I always used to park in front of the child minder's car in front of another house who had a car parked on their front garden, no drop kerb!!

One day they came out to have a go at me about blocking them in (for the whole 1 minute I was dropping my son off) I explained to them that they had no drop kerb and there was nothing they could do about my parking. Cue a rant and threats to ram my car. My calmly an politely explaining that if they paid for drop kerbs it wouldn't happen!!

Outcome, they never parked on their front garden again!

 You got lucky there.  Outcome could have just easily have been car driven over your head.

 I'd like to think it was my calm and polite voice of reason, or could it have been they were 50 going on 60!!

I only choose battles that I can win lou_lol

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Goatboy posted this 14 March 2016

Originally posted by BTripz

Originally posted by pap

Originally posted by BTripz

Back when my son was young I used to drop him off at the child minder who lived in the middle of an estate. I always used to park in front of the child minder's car in front of another house who had a car parked on their front garden, no drop kerb!!

One day they came out to have a go at me about blocking them in (for the whole 1 minute I was dropping my son off) I explained to them that they had no drop kerb and there was nothing they could do about my parking. Cue a rant and threats to ram my car. My calmly an politely explaining that if they paid for drop kerbs it wouldn't happen!!

Outcome, they never parked on their front garden again!

 You got lucky there.  Outcome could have just easily have been car driven over your head.

 I'd like to think it was my calm and polite voice of reason, or could it have been they were 50 going on 60!!

I only choose battles that I can win lou_lol

 I thought you were married?

Rallyboy posted this 14 March 2016

Just nailed that second bit of furniture!

And when I say I nailed it, it was quicker than using those fiddly packs of screws.

 

 

 

pap posted this 14 March 2016

Originally posted by Rallyboy

Just nailed that second bit of furniture!

And when I say I nailed it, it was quicker than using those fiddly packs of screws.

 "Safe as houses, nipper!"

 

Chertsey Saint posted this 14 March 2016

Sleeping in the wet patch.

pap posted this 14 March 2016

When shitness conspires to make things more shit.  I was picking up ms pap from the train station the other day.   I'd arrived with about 5 minutes before her train was due in, and saw that short stay parking was free for 20 minutes.  Happy days.

On arriving at the platform, her train is listed as being 3 minutes late.   Disappointing, but still workable.   Thirty seconds before the parking expires, the train finally rolls into the station, 12 minutes late.   There is no time to get back to the car; I end up bunging £2.60 into the meter because whether through conspiracy or chaos, people make money from crapness.

Having kept to the spirit of the agreement, I still wouldn't be surprised to receive a parking ticket because I bought my 40 minutes after the original 20 had elapsed.