😆 When I Saw This I Laughed Or At Least I Smiled Or At Least I Wasn't Bored

:laughing: When I Saw This I Laughed Or At Least I Smiled Or At Least I Wasn't Bored
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Oh shit that was a mistake.
I’ve gone bloody viral


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http://www.theblogmire.com/27-year-old-man-becomes-first-transage-winner-in-world-under-10s-cross-country-championship/


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Once Upon A Time


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This classic needs 2 photos

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#4054

It’s a bit of a wait, but stick with it


#4055

Twat…soon to be a dead Twat if he can’t break the habit. :lou_eyes_to_sky:


#4056

I’m gonna buy one of these. Maybe two.

Hey @Goatboy - this idea could take out the effort of having to dig all them holes and refilling them. Just a thought.


#4057

In this household I am the one who owns a bike (Vespa) and he does the hoovering (i hate the sound of them).


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I like hoovering.


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Ryanair to charge extra to not sit next to a racist

Ryanair racist seats

Budget airline Ryanair has announced an exciting new option for passengers who don’t want to sit next to an angry racist for the duration of their journey.

For just £25 Ryanair will ensure you are sat next to someone who has been certified ‘non-bigot’, and almost guaranteed not to abuse you for the colour of your skin for the entire flight.

Chief Executive Michael O’Leary said, “We at Ryanair value our customers above all else, that’s why we want to give them the paid option of avoiding being racially abused when they travel with us.

“Racism is part of life, we get that, but for a small fee we can ensure that you’re not sat in the racist-friendly section of the cabin, almost entirely removing the possibility of some overweight angry racist hurling insults in your direction.

“For another tenner will give you headphones in case they want to shout at you from a few rows back.”

Customer Simon Williams told us, “I think they’re taking the piss. Twenty-five sodding quid not to sit next to a racist? The most I’d pay is a tenner.”

Another recent passenger said, “If I wanted to be abused racially I’d walk down the street in a provincial English town that voted heavily for Brexit.”

However, some passengers have said this just another example of the snowflake generation taking over and of Ryanair pandering to crybabies.

As one explained, “If I want to pay £50 for a return flight to an airport that’s a short three-hour bus journey from the city I thought I was going to, then I should have the right to abuse whoever I bloody like.

“Cabin crew, pilot or passenger. I don’t discriminate, I hate all of them.”

http://newsthump.com/2018/10/22/ryanair-to-charge-extra-to-not-sit-next-to-a-racist/?fbclid=IwAR3IMGJmfB2k6njTFet6sxK1BmAkwqVsywyzNJKH14yrJFRw-_AugehlkIA


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Dad is just giving me a lift into town. We are sat, static in the car outside their house and a lad on a bike comes along the pavement and rides straight into the car. Saying ‘No,no,no.’ Someone’s still drunk aren’t they?