Poppy Threads (merged discussions)

#1
In my paper yesterday was an item, allegedly copied from the Daily Mail.
The sustance of the item was, a female shopkeeper in Fareham, told a
poppy-seller, an ex-crab, outside her shop, to pi$$ off, as having him there was worse than a squatter. Anyone got anything further on this?
If true, I wish her an infestation of shoplifters, at the very least. :evil:
 

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#3
In my paper yesterday was an item, allegedly copied from the Daily Mail.
The sustance of the item was, a female shopkeeper in Fareham, told a
poppy-seller, an ex-crab, outside her shop, to pi$$ off, as having him there was worse than a squatter. Anyone got anything further on this?
If true, I wish her an infestation of shoplifters, at the very least.

Or p'raps an infestation of not-so-ex crabs......
 
#4
Farnham...not a million miles away...any clues as to where?
 
#5
The Daily Express is reporting that this appalling woman has reversed her position due to the number of complaints she has received.
 
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vespa

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#7
if it wasnt for troopers like him , she would be under nazi rule and poor luck as well if she was jewish !
 
#8
Whats the betting she isnt english! i bet she is one of the millions of people who came over here on the back of a lorry and now thinks she owns the place cuz she runs a shop that rips everyone off :roll:
 
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error_unknown

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#10
Maurice Madden - 1st Battalion Connaught Rangers

Edward Madden - 1st Battalion Connaught Rangers

John Madden - 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment

Craig Bowles - Royal Corps of Signals

Tony Hannigan - Royal Corps of Signals

I'll be thinking of you on Sunday :wink:
 
#12
Wot a twat you are, Ma. Course they've got access. Broadband ++.

Mike, killed by PIRA as he did a duty for another chap, Londonderry 1980.
 
#13
This has been posted in the NAAFI due to it's popularity over the other boards.
Any suggestions for what should be on the message, PM me.



 
#14
Greater love hath no man than this,
that he lay down his life for his friends.

OR

These died in war, that we at peace might live.
These gave their best, so we our best should give.
 
#15
removed by MDN for being inappropriate

Do not post when under the influence :oops:
 
#17
blessed baby cakes said:
D-Day.............
"In memory of those who fought for the right to speak freely" would seem to be apt...
 
#18
"You are in our minds."

Thats all I have to say about that. No crap stuff - straight to the point.
 

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