Why's the bloke on the right wearing ladies shorts...?
I've looked it up in the manual of rules and laws, and it says that in the event of silence stops (for any reason other than 11/11/11) the Brookwood Necropolis exemption comes into force and play continues as normal.
A) Everyone needs a hobby.WHY do you go around sniffing old "mattresses that you find by the side of the road" ?! .
Yesterday as I drove into work I found the country lane complete closed because some idiot had tipped about 2 tonnes of building waste completely filling the road. Selfish b*stard.A sad consequence of tightening up recycling centres is more fly tipping , far cheaper to be easier at the centre
You did exactly the right thing. Unfortunately the creature you accosted was an outrageous @rse. I personally, enjoy pulling folks up for dropping litter, using bad language in the presence of ladies and being generally loutish. The only problem I have is stopping the red mist from descending. Apart from that it is a good sport that actually does good.
In order to provide balance, I particularly dislike oafs who dress up as SS soldiers. At militaria fares you can find me challenging these thugs - NF tats etc. I ask them why they dress like that, they sneer and try explain (using words of few syllables) that it is for edukation (sic) purposes. At this stage the red mist usually begins to creep in as I start to question them as to why they chose losers. Thankfully I only do this (thus far) when my huge sons are in attendance - so as yet I have not arrived in A&E.
If you are able to make the person feel better about themselves having been reprimanded and taking the necessary action so much the better - it is yet to happen with a faux SS-Hauptscharfuhrer. It's all about standards!
I used to take the train from Essex to Stockport often at one time. Those announcements were common at Euston and at Stockport. Once I got on the relief train at Euston and it ended up unable to enter Piccadilly because the track was frozen. We were left for hours on the train in sight of the station but with a guard constantly telling us to wait a "few more minutes." No heating, coldest night of the year. We didn't get into the station until around 4AM.
Train spotters told me recently this could never have happened because British Rail was infallible.
BTW, you didn't mention the smell. Those relief trains were damp and stank of mould, like those mattresses that you find by the side of the road.
Not my bus, but a tourist bus crash yesterday. 8 dead.I would take a plane as the roads in Peru a terrible.