Mobile Phones

#1
I'm sure there's been loads of stuff on this emotive subject but what the hell. I was shopping in Tesco's the other night picking up the Magners £1.35 each (couldn't resist). In front of me at the check out was a Waynette/Vicky Pollard (chav) with a months worth of e numbers. Just as she starts packing her e numbers her mobile rang and she answered. now this plsses me off as it is and expect her to say "I'll ring back in a minute" but no 10 minutes she's on the phone and the queue is getting bigger. Actions On???? :frustrated:
 
#3
Remove phone from chav...

Inform phone user at other end that said chav will return all at a later time/date

end call

Hand phone back to chav scum.

stand back and wait for 'abuse of human rights' lawsuit.

S_R
 
#4
Start putting your stuff through the til, and start picking up some of hers.... will soon get the little fecker off the phone.
 
#5
Beat said Chav to death with phone then ask girl/guy behind the till for help packing body into plastic bags
 
#6
Gunner_REMF said:
I'm sure there's been loads of stuff on this emotive subject but what the hell. I was shopping in Tesco's the other night picking up the Magners £1.35 each (couldn't resist). In front of me at the check out was a Waynette/Vicky Pollard (chav) with a months worth of e numbers. Just as she starts packing her e numbers her mobile rang and she answered. now this plsses me off as it is and expect her to say "I'll ring back in a minute" but no 10 minutes she's on the phone and the queue is getting bigger. Actions On???? :frustrated:
Politely tell your wife to get off the phone and to pack your shopping like a wife should.
 

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#7
Say loudly, but politely in her free ear (make sure everyone at the front of the store can hear you . . . "OI YOU, CHAV, GET OFF THE STOLEN PHONE, PUT IT BACK IN YOUR STOLEN BAG AND KNOB OFF SO I CAN GET THROUGH THIS TILL, OR I'LL SHOVE IT SO FAR DOWN YOU FAT UGLY, THICK THROAT THAT YOU'LL BE SHITTING MY KNUCKLES!!!"
 
#8
nips said:
Gunner_REMF said:
I'm sure there's been loads of stuff on this emotive subject but what the hell. I was shopping in Tesco's the other night picking up the Magners £1.35 each (couldn't resist). In front of me at the check out was a Waynette/Vicky Pollard (chav) with a months worth of e numbers. Just as she starts packing her e numbers her mobile rang and she answered. now this plsses me off as it is and expect her to say "I'll ring back in a minute" but no 10 minutes she's on the phone and the queue is getting bigger. Actions On???? :frustrated:
Politely tell your wife to get off the phone and to pack your shopping like a wife should.
My wife died last year
 
#9
Gunner_REMF said:
nips said:
Gunner_REMF said:
I'm sure there's been loads of stuff on this emotive subject but what the hell. I was shopping in Tesco's the other night picking up the Magners £1.35 each (couldn't resist). In front of me at the check out was a Waynette/Vicky Pollard (chav) with a months worth of e numbers. Just as she starts packing her e numbers her mobile rang and she answered. now this plsses me off as it is and expect her to say "I'll ring back in a minute" but no 10 minutes she's on the phone and the queue is getting bigger. Actions On???? :frustrated:
Politely tell your wife to get off the phone and to pack your shopping like a wife should.
My wife died last year
My what a surprise
 
#10
oh_bug.ger said:
Gunner_REMF said:
nips said:
Gunner_REMF said:
I'm sure there's been loads of stuff on this emotive subject but what the hell. I was shopping in Tesco's the other night picking up the Magners £1.35 each (couldn't resist). In front of me at the check out was a Waynette/Vicky Pollard (chav) with a months worth of e numbers. Just as she starts packing her e numbers her mobile rang and she answered. now this plsses me off as it is and expect her to say "I'll ring back in a minute" but no 10 minutes she's on the phone and the queue is getting bigger. Actions On???? :frustrated:
Politely tell your wife to get off the phone and to pack your shopping like a wife should.
My wife died last year
My what a surprise
Its okay i took the pesh out of a lasses mum a few weeks back. Turned out she died when the lass was 17. I nearly threw up. Instead i hid in the bog for ten mins and text all my mates. Bit sly but was funny as feck.
 
#11
Bad_Crow said:
Its okay i took the pesh out of a lasses mum a few weeks back. Turned out she died when the lass was 17. I nearly threw up. Instead i hid in the bog for ten mins and text all my mates. Bit sly but was funny as feck.
Nearly threw up? Obviously you don't have a very strong constitution. You should have stood there and took it like a man. Honestly, call youself a soldier...
 
#12
Gunner_REMF said:
nips said:
Gunner_REMF said:
I'm sure there's been loads of stuff on this emotive subject but what the hell. I was shopping in Tesco's the other night picking up the Magners £1.35 each (couldn't resist). In front of me at the check out was a Waynette/Vicky Pollard (chav) with a months worth of e numbers. Just as she starts packing her e numbers her mobile rang and she answered. now this plsses me off as it is and expect her to say "I'll ring back in a minute" but no 10 minutes she's on the phone and the queue is getting bigger. Actions On???? :frustrated:
Politely tell your wife to get off the phone and to pack your shopping like a wife should.
My wife died last year
Don't you have another one? Ask Borat he'll tell you how.
 

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