Things that irritate me

Oh, that's nothing. I followed one chav family into Tesco last week. Maybe I should give them credit. They first went to the sandwich section and handed two of each to each (five) children plus two for each adult, who proceeded to eat them as they wandered around the store. By the time they'd reached checkout they'd eaten the lot and didn't pay a penny.

I've seen others do the same with crisps and chocolates.

It boils my piss.
It's become commonplace. You see it all the time. The stock losses must be pretty massive. It is just as much theft as any other shoplifting, yet the stores do absolutely nothing about it. There should be signs around the stores saying that the consumption of items in the store before payment is not permitted.

It seems to be viewed as the acceptable face of thieving. The stores seem to have become averse to confrontation.
 
Type 2 menopausal and twice-divorced women who:

1. Insist on calling the chat application their phone 'WhatsUp'.

2. Believe that everything from James Blunt to their last Latte is 'amay-zing'.

3. Place at least 3 extra S's on the end of 'houses', 'cars', et al.

4. Refuse to throw out anything that is Size 10 as ' . . . I'll get back into that in a couple of weeks.'
 
Type 2 menopausal and twice-divorced women who:

1. Insist on calling the chat application their phone 'WhatsUp'.

2. Believe that everything from James Blunt to their last Latte is 'amay-zing'.

3. Place at least 3 extra S's on the end of 'houses', 'cars', et al.

4. Refuse to throw out anything that is Size 10 as ' . . . I'll get back into that in a couple of weeks.'
So how is your wife these days?
 
Oh, that's nothing. I followed one chav family into Tesco last week. Maybe I should give them credit. They first went to the sandwich section and handed two of each to each (five) children plus two for each adult, who proceeded to eat them as they wandered around the store. By the time they'd reached checkout they'd eaten the lot and didn't pay a penny.

I've seen others do the same with crisps and chocolates.

It boils my piss.
I frequently eat a bar of chocolate because of feeling faint in the supermarket. Do keep the wrapper and pay for it though.

Either that or pay first, then eat.
 
Blaaaaady ell. Any idea why?
LIDL aeem to think they need to build a new store next to the existing mega Tesco.
 
It's become commonplace. You see it all the time. The stock losses must be pretty massive. It is just as much theft as any other shoplifting, yet the stores do absolutely nothing about it. There should be signs around the stores saying that the consumption of items in the store before payment is not permitted.

It seems to be viewed as the acceptable face of thieving. The stores seem to have become averse to confrontation.
The staff and security guards are not trained or paid to confront thieves like this.
 
In a supermarket chavs who let their feral kids sit in the trolley. They could of stepped in any kind of shit and the next unknowing customer will be putting their food into it.
 
I frequently eat a bar of chocolate because of feeling faint in the supermarket. Do keep the wrapper and pay for it though.

Either that or pay first, then eat.
Waitrose thought they had been clever when they realised women from the nearby school were wandering in, taking a free coffee and wandering out again so they arranged for the coffee cups to be obtained at the tills with the coffee machines nearby. Apparently, in Waitrose, the in thing now is to eat a small packet of biscuits (to go with the free coffee) and finish the lot before hitting the tills. Why these people feel it necessary to steal just for the sake of it is unknown to me.
 
Coming off any blocked motorway (choose your own M.. number) because of hold ups and finding everybody else has tried to do the same thing, hence all the local roads are blocked.
Living in a town close to a blocked motorway (choose your own M.. number) and not being able to go anywhere because all the twunts have come off the motorway and blocked all the local roads.
 
I frequently eat a bar of chocolate because of feeling faint in the supermarket. Do keep the wrapper and pay for it though.

Either that or pay first, then eat.
I tend to use the "scan while shopping" function* at Tesco and have on occasion scanned a drink (non-alcoholic) first before proceeding to drink it whilst doing the shopping.

*Yes, I'm aware that I'm potentially doing someone out of a job by doing this. Tango Sierra.
 
People who think that littering a place with notices about dog poo fairies will make inconsiderate dog owners bag and bin their mutt's output.

The notices fade and just add to litter and mess.

Dog owners who don't bag poop or bag it and hang it in trees and bushes.
 
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People who think that littering a place with notices about dog poo fairies will make inconsiderate dog owners bag and bin tgeir mutt's output.

The notices fade and just add to litter and mess.

Dog owners who don't bag poop or bag it and hang it in trees and bushes.
Unfortunately I can only give you a single like for that.

Walking through the local woods, I regularly find black poo bags hanging on bushes. Why not just "stick and flick" it into the undergrowth FFS?
 
Change your name to " talks bollocks". Everything you put in the trolley is in a tin or a box etc, you whining ****.
I do like the fact that you willingly ignore all the fresh stuff in brown paper now we are all getting rid of surplus plastic.
 
Walking through the local woods, I regularly find black poo bags hanging on bushes. Why not just "stick and flick" it into the undergrowth FFS?
Such owners are of such a generation they fully expect, nay require, that there will be some form of minion to clean up everything after them. Apart from wiping their own bums of course because that's a safe place thing.
 
The staff and security guards are not trained or paid to confront thieves like this.
That's sadly true, years back I informed a security goon that there was a bloke who'd just gone to the pick'n' mix, and filled his coat pocket with chocolate Brazil nuts, and then continued shopping with his wife.
He couldn't have cared less.
 
Oh, that's nothing. I followed one chav family into Tesco last week. Maybe I should give them credit. They first went to the sandwich section and handed two of each to each (five) children plus two for each adult, who proceeded to eat them as they wandered around the store. By the time they'd reached checkout they'd eaten the lot and didn't pay a penny.

I've seen others do the same with crisps and chocolates.

It boils my piss.
Our local SPAR has trolleys with cup holders moulded into the handle.
It isn't a big store at all - just a jumped up convenience shop - in and out in 5 minutes with a loaf and a pint of milk.
Yet you see the idiots wandering about, slurping their coke/overpriced cappucino.
 
Residents Associations.

Bit like the European Union (good idea in theory) but buggered up by the European Commission (self important arrogant twats who know they are right)

Latest subject of my ire is a series of all stations emails on the crushingly important subject of petitioning council to rename a road in memory of a recently deceased member of t'committee.
 

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