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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #630 on: October 11, 2007, 08:29:42 PM »
Pints have you not got into enough trouble for that  ;)
Only by those stuck up know it all parents who think they deserve special treatment.   
If they knew so much they'd be fit to get a few children to walk through a car park with them!

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Why's that?
That's something I'd like an answer to.


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Not surprised that you burnt the dinner twice, you come across as the type who'd be eating two dinners
If it's going...yeah why not?

I take it you have no kids; and by kids I mean toodlers - hence the name - mother and toodler spaces.  All toodlers have to by law and for safety be in a car seat, not a booster seat a car seat, very very young childern this seat gets taken out of the car and put on the pram - this requires space for the mother/father hence these spaces have the extra room round them.  Even older kids out of these seats need a car seat and invarable cannot walk yet or walk very well so when they are taken out then need to be placed into a waiting pram or buggy - especially if you have other kids to deal with.  People like yourself who selfishly take up these spaces at the expense of a mother/father and their toodler should be clamped and towed away.

I've been through this before but here goes again
1.  I've no children, doesn't mean I don't know anything about babies, toddlers or children.  I'm not going to go into my personal circumances but I know as much about children as some parents.
2.  My main objection is these spaces being at the doors.  Would these spaces not be better used for disabled people? 
3.  I have never seen or been in a parent toddler space that you would have room for a trolly along side the car.  Therefore why would you want to take children/babies out of a car at the most busy end of the carpark where's there's throngs of people, cars etc?

To believe that you deserve special treatment is quite typical of today's generation of selfish parents. 
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #631 on: October 12, 2007, 12:16:43 AM »
Wireless mice/mouse/mouses/mices (computer type).
Sorry but they are a load of bollox!
Right, I gave up on that heap of shite. I am now using the finger mouse pad thingy (Yes, I'm on a laptop. Why would you buy a wireless mouse for a laptop sure you're going to be sitting beside the feckin thing? That's what I thought but the eggheads at PCWorld made me. :'() and it is also hopeless. I keep clicking on things that I don't mean to when moving the cursor i.e all the fecking ads on this board. >:(


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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #632 on: October 12, 2007, 02:04:49 AM »
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #633 on: October 12, 2007, 08:48:51 AM »
Pints have you not got into enough trouble for that  ;)
Only by those stuck up know it all parents who think they deserve special treatment.   
If they knew so much they'd be fit to get a few children to walk through a car park with them!

w**ker.
Why's that?
That's something I'd like an answer to.


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Not surprised that you burnt the dinner twice, you come across as the type who'd be eating two dinners
If it's going...yeah why not?

I take it you have no kids; and by kids I mean toodlers - hence the name - mother and toodler spaces.  All toodlers have to by law and for safety be in a car seat, not a booster seat a car seat, very very young childern this seat gets taken out of the car and put on the pram - this requires space for the mother/father hence these spaces have the extra room round them.  Even older kids out of these seats need a car seat and invarable cannot walk yet or walk very well so when they are taken out then need to be placed into a waiting pram or buggy - especially if you have other kids to deal with.  People like yourself who selfishly take up these spaces at the expense of a mother/father and their toodler should be clamped and towed away.

I've been through this before but here goes again
1.  I've no children, doesn't mean I don't know anything about babies, toddlers or children.  I'm not going to go into my personal circumances but I know as much about children as some parents.
2.  My main objection is these spaces being at the doors.  Would these spaces not be better used for disabled people? 
3.  I have never seen or been in a parent toddler space that you would have room for a trolly along side the car.  Therefore why would you want to take children/babies out of a car at the most busy end of the carpark where's there's throngs of people, cars etc?

To believe that you deserve special treatment is quite typical of today's generation of selfish parents. 


You really are a first class w**ker - I think you'll find these spaces are along side disabled spaces but seem the type of p***k that would park in the disabled spaces as well.  Think you're attitude would change had you kids you plank.

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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #634 on: October 12, 2007, 11:25:17 AM »
Pints have you not got into enough trouble for that  ;)
Only by those stuck up know it all parents who think they deserve special treatment.   
If they knew so much they'd be fit to get a few children to walk through a car park with them!

w**ker.
Why's that?
That's something I'd like an answer to.


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Not surprised that you burnt the dinner twice, you come across as the type who'd be eating two dinners
If it's going...yeah why not?

I take it you have no kids; and by kids I mean toodlers - hence the name - mother and toodler spaces.  All toodlers have to by law and for safety be in a car seat, not a booster seat a car seat, very very young childern this seat gets taken out of the car and put on the pram - this requires space for the mother/father hence these spaces have the extra room round them.  Even older kids out of these seats need a car seat and invarable cannot walk yet or walk very well so when they are taken out then need to be placed into a waiting pram or buggy - especially if you have other kids to deal with.  People like yourself who selfishly take up these spaces at the expense of a mother/father and their toodler should be clamped and towed away.

I've been through this before but here goes again
1.  I've no children, doesn't mean I don't know anything about babies, toddlers or children.  I'm not going to go into my personal circumances but I know as much about children as some parents.
2.  My main objection is these spaces being at the doors.  Would these spaces not be better used for disabled people? 
3.  I have never seen or been in a parent toddler space that you would have room for a trolly along side the car.  Therefore why would you want to take children/babies out of a car at the most busy end of the carpark where's there's throngs of people, cars etc?

To believe that you deserve special treatment is quite typical of today's generation of selfish parents. 


You really are a first class w**ker - I think you'll find these spaces are along side disabled spaces but seem the type of p***k that would park in the disabled spaces as well.  Think you're attitude would change had you kids you plank.

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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #635 on: October 12, 2007, 03:19:02 PM »
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #636 on: October 12, 2007, 03:30:16 PM »
Touché there Ziggy  ;)
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #637 on: October 12, 2007, 08:55:59 PM »
Pints have you not got into enough trouble for that  ;)
Only by those stuck up know it all parents who think they deserve special treatment.   
If they knew so much they'd be fit to get a few children to walk through a car park with them!

w**ker.
Why's that?
That's something I'd like an answer to.


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Not surprised that you burnt the dinner twice, you come across as the type who'd be eating two dinners
If it's going...yeah why not?

I take it you have no kids; and by kids I mean toodlers - hence the name - mother and toodler spaces.  All toodlers have to by law and for safety be in a car seat, not a booster seat a car seat, very very young childern this seat gets taken out of the car and put on the pram - this requires space for the mother/father hence these spaces have the extra room round them.  Even older kids out of these seats need a car seat and invarable cannot walk yet or walk very well so when they are taken out then need to be placed into a waiting pram or buggy - especially if you have other kids to deal with.  People like yourself who selfishly take up these spaces at the expense of a mother/father and their toodler should be clamped and towed away.

I've been through this before but here goes again
1.  I've no children, doesn't mean I don't know anything about babies, toddlers or children.  I'm not going to go into my personal circumances but I know as much about children as some parents.
2.  My main objection is these spaces being at the doors.  Would these spaces not be better used for disabled people? 
3.  I have never seen or been in a parent toddler space that you would have room for a trolly along side the car.  Therefore why would you want to take children/babies out of a car at the most busy end of the carpark where's there's throngs of people, cars etc?

To believe that you deserve special treatment is quite typical of today's generation of selfish parents. 


You really are a first class w**ker - I think you'll find these spaces are along side disabled spaces but seem the type of p***k that would park in the disabled spaces as well.  Think you're attitude would change had you kids you plank.
Um I know they're beside disabled spaces  ::)
And I don't park in disabled spaces.
So we've say three disabled spaces and two selfish parent and toddler spaces - I happen to think it'd be better and make more sense to have five disabled spaces.
Why do these spaces have to be at the doors?
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #638 on: October 12, 2007, 09:40:44 PM »
Pints have you not got into enough trouble for that  ;)
Only by those stuck up know it all parents who think they deserve special treatment.   
If they knew so much they'd be fit to get a few children to walk through a car park with them!

w**ker.
Why's that?
That's something I'd like an answer to.


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Not surprised that you burnt the dinner twice, you come across as the type who'd be eating two dinners
If it's going...yeah why not?

I take it you have no kids; and by kids I mean toodlers - hence the name - mother and toodler spaces.  All toodlers have to by law and for safety be in a car seat, not a booster seat a car seat, very very young childern this seat gets taken out of the car and put on the pram - this requires space for the mother/father hence these spaces have the extra room round them.  Even older kids out of these seats need a car seat and invarable cannot walk yet or walk very well so when they are taken out then need to be placed into a waiting pram or buggy - especially if you have other kids to deal with.  People like yourself who selfishly take up these spaces at the expense of a mother/father and their toodler should be clamped and towed away.

I've been through this before but here goes again
1.  I've no children, doesn't mean I don't know anything about babies, toddlers or children.  I'm not going to go into my personal circumances but I know as much about children as some parents.
2.  My main objection is these spaces being at the doors.  Would these spaces not be better used for disabled people? 
3.  I have never seen or been in a parent toddler space that you would have room for a trolly along side the car.  Therefore why would you want to take children/babies out of a car at the most busy end of the carpark where's there's throngs of people, cars etc?

To believe that you deserve special treatment is quite typical of today's generation of selfish parents. 


You really are a first class w**ker - I think you'll find these spaces are along side disabled spaces but seem the type of p***k that would park in the disabled spaces as well.  Think you're attitude would change had you kids you plank.
Um I know they're beside disabled spaces  ::)
And I don't park in disabled spaces.
So we've say three disabled spaces and two selfish parent and toddler spaces - I happen to think it'd be better and make more sense to have five disabled spaces.
Why do these spaces have to be at the doors?

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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #639 on: October 12, 2007, 10:35:32 PM »
$50 shipping charges on a item that weights less than a pound. Who the f**k do these people ship with? ???
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #640 on: October 12, 2007, 10:38:50 PM »
having to pay postage and packing for something on ebay that costs more than the item you're buying. it defeats the purpose of online shopping.
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #641 on: October 12, 2007, 10:55:32 PM »
No it doesn't.

An item costs in the shops £10

On Ebay £2

Postage £3.

Catch yourself on.

If you pay more than what it offered on the streets then you're a fool.

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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #642 on: October 13, 2007, 02:48:46 AM »
Wireless mice/mouse/mouses/mices (computer type).
Sorry but they are a load of bollox!
Right, I gave up on that heap of shite. I am now using the finger mouse pad thingy (Yes, I'm on a laptop. Why would you buy a wireless mouse for a laptop sure you're going to be sitting beside the feckin thing? That's what I thought but the eggheads at PCWorld made me. :'() and it is also hopeless. I keep clicking on things that I don't mean to when moving the cursor i.e all the fecking ads on this board. >:(


That's why there's an adjustment for the sensitivity on the laptop pad ;)
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #643 on: October 13, 2007, 02:55:36 AM »
Inform me! I'm getting the hang of it now but it does have a mind of its own from time to time.


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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« Reply #644 on: October 13, 2007, 02:56:01 AM »
Not sure if its been motioned but this is the mother of all gear grinding as far as I am concerned

People whom wont pull over when holding up traffic. If it’s an old person I don’t get as mental as I would if it’s a younger person. Can they not see that they are f**king holding everyone else up? They are the people who cause accidents, not the lunatic flying down the road!. It leads to road rage. Well in my case anyway.


old people should not be allowed on the road. they should be made to re-sit their driving test at 55 and every 5 years after that
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