Panic buying / stocking up

This lockdown hasn’t been entirely wasted for you, has it?
Actually this was me being told things by a Year 10 group in a previous school. The same little scamps drew me a birthday card containing home made pornhub vouchers. One of them happily told me his hobby at weekends was going out and nicking car stereos and it was fine because "they're all insured so it doesn't cost anyone anything does it".

I don't miss that place.
 
There is also the Lirpa Sloof variant of a Cleveland Steamer now
Rogers Profanisaurus must be 20 volumes by now. And, having seen some of the recent stuff on here, most can be covered by two definitions: “a saucy act enjoyed by our Germanic cousins”, or “frankly not worth the bother”.
 
I trust you did tell the assembled crowd they weren't for you ?
Happily it was quite a small yellow box so was dropped into my cap for the trip to the automated checkout where the 2m rule saved me as I slipped them into my pocket after paying.

I had considered saying it was in place of a face mask and due to the density it was far more effective than them.
Lets face it within a week some clown on faceache would be using them like that
 

Wooden Wonder

War Hero
I volunteer for Age UK and was tasked with buying and delivering four packets of incontinence pads for an ‘at-risk’ old biddy. Standing two metres behind me at the checkout was a very attractive young woman ... the smirk she gave me when our eyes met will haunt me. :rolleyes:
 
I volunteer for Age UK and was tasked with buying and delivering four packets of incontinence pads for an ‘at-risk’ old biddy. Standing two metres behind me at the checkout was a very attractive young woman ... the smirk she gave me when our eyes met will haunt me. :rolleyes:
It only confirmed her suspicion over the smell of piss she detected.
 

Niamac

GCM
Good story.

Went for an early morning shop today to catch "wrinkly hour". About 4-50 in the well-behaved queue but the chap in front of me was in his twenties. When we came to the door the security man, a 6'3" Indian, stopped him and explained that the hour 'til 9 o'clock was reserved for older people etc. The chap obviously did not know this and made to leave.

The security man asked "Can you come back at nine?"

The guy nodded

The Indian then said, "When you come back come up to the front of the queue and I'll let you in."

Just a little bit of humanity but good to see.
 
...and catching the virus...or running short of food in lockdown. No difficulties at all really, just a few more ho hum weeks ahead then.
Don’t be afraid of the virus....

Hard to starve when Walmart and King Soopers are running at normal(ish) operations.

Yup more mind numbing boredom.
 
I volunteer for Age UK and was tasked with buying and delivering four packets of incontinence pads for an ‘at-risk’ old biddy. Standing two metres behind me at the checkout was a very attractive young woman ... the smirk she gave me when our eyes met will haunt me. :rolleyes:
"Daddaaaay!! Dadday!!:eek:
 
Got a bollocking in Tesco this morning..........going 'the wrong way' down an aisle !

Overnight they've put arrows at the top and bottom of every aisle, pointing the way of travel. To get to something, 3 feet in from the top of an aisle, I had to go down the one next to it and, come up the 'right' way !
Put one of these on your trolley next time

 

Fang_Farrier

LE
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
Still no fecking mustard.
 

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