The Anti Election Thread

TheresaMay

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DirtyBAT
#1
We need an "anti-election" thread.

You know - for people who are prepared to wait and see what happens on 8th June and in the meantime would like to discuss funny Army stuff they've been up to.

But I feel this is maybe not the right website for that kind of milarke....
As above - feel free to discuss your election-free days where you get up in the morning, masturbate, go to work, come home, masturbate, watch a bit of lethal-cop-buddy-car chase, go to bed and masturbate without so much as thinking of politics or engaging total strangers to discuss the merits and downfalls of May, Corbyn & co.

Yesterday in work, I managed to strip an Apache Fire Control Radar and put it back together again with only minimal "bits over". I celebrated this by going to a rather expensive nice hotel/pub/restaurant (thereby ensuring the poor smelly people are firmly priced out of the place), and ordered a scallops & bacon starter on a bed of pea puree, mixed grill main course with medium rare steak (for the third day in a row) and washed down with two pints of Peroni...

In addition to this. we were waited-on by a total fox who was simply so insanely fit, you'd suck her old man off just to find out what she used to taste like - shortly before wandering back to my dwellings for a pleasant evening of Better Call Saul Season 2.

At no point did I have the urge to engage any strangers in the pub/restaurant wotsit about which way they're going to "vote" as I sensed everyone in the place was happy and simply didn't give a fuck.

Tell us about your stress-free day?
 

AlienFTM

MIA
Book Reviewer
#4
Granddaughter spent most of Easter with other grandparents in Wales. We got her for the last week. "Her homework is to build a castle."

"Thanks for the heads up."

Cut a PC box down to a sensible height, Lidl yoghurt bucket on each of three corners and a small box in the fourth corner for the keep. Drawbridge, fill in gaps with crafting card, mix and slap some grey paint on, it's half decent. Grandma rates it far higher. Uncle Alien (Minor 2) reckons it bears a more than passable resemblance to Portchester. Praise indeed.

She can take it home today. Daddy is welcome to put some effort into finishing it off. If we'd had the other two weeks' warning, it could have been bliddy good.

Given 200 years' warning, it could have been life size.
 
#11
Agreed, SLR's are shit, discuss! BTW on of my underlings at work (an Afghanistan veteran) didn't even know how to pronounce it he kept calling them SRL,s that's how good they are he knew what an AK was though.
 
#14
I've been listening to the news on Radio 4. Apparently, there's been a bit of a kerfuffle in Paris.

Nothing else happening in the world, so they played some soothing music for an hour or so.

Which was nice.
 
#15
As above - feel free to discuss your election-free days where you get up in the morning, masturbate, go to work, come home, masturbate, watch a bit of lethal-cop-buddy-car chase, go to bed and masturbate without so much as thinking of politics or engaging total strangers to discuss the merits and downfalls of May, Corbyn & co.

Yesterday in work, I managed to strip an Apache Fire Control Radar and put it back together again with only minimal "bits over". I celebrated this by going to a rather expensive nice hotel/pub/restaurant (thereby ensuring the poor smelly people are firmly priced out of the place), and ordered a scallops & bacon starter on a bed of pea puree, mixed grill main course with medium rare steak (for the third day in a row) and washed down with two pints of Peroni...

In addition to this. we were waited-on by a total fox who is simply so insanely fit, you'd suck her old man off just to find out what she used to taste like - shortly before wandering back to my dwellings for a pleasant evening of Better Call Saul Season 2.

At no point did I have the urge to engage any strangers in the pub/restaurant wotsit about which way they're going to "vote" as I sensed everyone in the place was happy and simply didn't give a ****.

Tell us about your stress-free day?
I'd like to give you an 'Informative' for that as well!
 
#17
I missed a two foot putt yesterday, fortunately, I can report that it wasn't my fault, as one of our group had a heart attack just as I was putting out, so at least I know my game's in good shape.
 

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