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  • my neighbours who inexplicably in a household with two adults and a toddler need THREE cars.

  • How many bikes?

  • 0 apparent.

  • Lol - our childless neighbours have four cars, plus an old Subaru parked on a public right of way rotting away under a tarpaulin.

    He loaned my his chainsaw though so I’ve let it slide.

  • https://goo.gl/maps/518wkBvfac998eAY7

    And the TVR and the Porsche parked nearby belong to them too, so that's 7 at least. I think there's only 2 adults living there.

  • Changing your phone number. Specifically when trying to log into PayPal and that two tier authentication code going to your old number...

    A week later and several calls to PP sees a 'ticket' being generated.

    Right.

  • Onions with second inner skins - cunts.

  • Make a dopiaza curry?

  • Had two recently. Brexit

  • Bagels.
    Well, that’s not strictly true, they are simply scrummy but they are also one million times hotter than any piece of bread I have ever retrieved from a toaster.
    So I suppose I’m trying to say that I hate myself for forgetting.

  • Pitas are PITAs too.

  • Yes, insomuch as you need two knives for them. One to cut them open and another to add the spread otherwise the first gets so hot that the spread slips off on the way to the pita.

  • Pains in the asses?

  • Pains In The Attorneys-General

  • The Black Friday emails are starting again.

    At least I can do another cull...

  • "Black Friday" rule in you mail client works wonders at keeping that stuff away.

  • Games that give the option of inverting the Y axis but not the X axis. Why would you not think somebody who wants one might not want the other? For those of use who find it useful, the basic idea is you're controlling the point-of-view the way you control a TV camera - you're moving a stick on the back of the device you're rotating (which, if you're using a gamepad, matches up very well). Having that only work in one axis is fucked.

  • Yeah I’m with you in this. Also my toaster is on the opposite counter to where I tend to slice stuff, so I end up grabbing them from the toaster then ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ them across with a roughly 12% chance of them ending up on the floor.

  • Correct kitchen etiquette is to use a bread knife for slicing, a butter knife for spreading and a jam spoon for dolloping. Just use more utensils.

  • I have trouble getting the water from the tap to where I sit down and drink it. It all flows out from between my fingers before I get to where I want to drink it.

  • Less water and a proper cupping technique should resolve this.

    I'm sure there are some tutorials on YouTube.

  • Correct kitchen etiquette is to use a bread knife for slicing, a butter knife for spreading and a jam spoon for dolloping. Just use more utensils.

    Or, as my brother does, the same knife for all of it, licking it each time.

    >>>>>>>> I hate thread <<<<<<<<

  • Oh, I almost forgot. He also mixes the whole pot of jam with said licky knife.

    Such a cunt.

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