The youth of today....

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by little_miss_marcroft, Jan 19, 2005.

  1. little_miss_marcroft

    little_miss_marcroft Member

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    Whilst walking into uni this morning, a very fragile looking old man, who I would have said was about, ermmmm... 80, fell over right infront of my feet. It was raining, and the ground was mega slippy, and he was struggling to pull himself up. So nice little helen here pulls him up by his arm. Only to recieve a nice indiscreet b*ll*cking....

    :x "I CAN MANAGE MYSELF. GET OFF!!" :x

    Had I carried on walking, I'm sure he would have shouted just as loudly, thanks to his useless ageing cloth ears....

    :x THE YOUTH OF TODAY !! PFFFFFT !! :x

    You just can't win. I should have stole his pension or something... then it would have been worth being shouted at in public. Old gone-off prune.
     
  2. yonhee

    yonhee Active Member

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    What you should have done was shouted realy loudly 'old people today'
     
  3. Aidan

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    or lay down on the ground with eyes closed and arms crossed across your chest and say 'old people tomorrow' ...
     
  4. little_miss_marcroft

    little_miss_marcroft Member

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    LMAO !!!

    hahahahaha :lol:
     
  5. six pints

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    maybe he was having a bad day.....
    sorry im forever trying to think the best of everyone!
     
  6. Seedhouse

    Seedhouse Active Member

    LMAO! Liked it Aidan! :D ;)
     
  7. Lauradoll

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    Well done Helen! Gold star for you, Miss Model Citizen!
     
  8. Chris Sanders

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    You're a sick little monkey Mr Smith!! (but i like it!!)
     
  9. HBB

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    Nice one Aidan!
     
  10. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

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    One of the very best one liners I've seen on this forum. Already a strong candidate for the 36 month live awards 'funniest post'! :)
     
  11. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

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    some people eh...
     
  12. Mrs Womble

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    I know how you feel...

    When Roy and I lived in Gibraltar, we used to go shopping in Safeways. well one sunday lunch time I popped in there to get a couple of bits, but as you can imagin it was packed. So I got in line to pay for my thing in the "10 items or less" line. It took ages!!!

    Well I was three from paying my stuff when this old man decided to push in. There was no "do you mind??" nothing!! So I pointed out to him that there are other people waiting and please would you mind NOT pushing in!!! his reply was "I'M OLD" Me being me found this very rude so I pointed out that other people some old, some with small children all have to wait there turn, and I find it rude that you didn't ask before you pushed in

    As you can imaging be kept saying "I'm Old" " and no one else minds" and then someone behind me said "well I do mind" heee some other person felt the same as me.

    Anyway he still pushed in and still kept saying "I'm old" but I got him back cos he nicked a packet of sausages.:-( :shock:

    oh well never mind!!
     
  13. yonhee

    yonhee Active Member

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    I dont get it and yes i no im dense
     
  14. HBB

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    That explain it?
     
  15. yonhee

    yonhee Active Member

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    no :-( :-?
     
  16. HBB

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    Old people.

    Old people = close to death.
    Old people of tomorrow = imminant death, therefore... coffin?
     
  17. six pints

    six pints Active Member

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    2+2=4


    ;)
     
  18. impycornet

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    Beer + Beer = Kebab
     
  19. six pints

    six pints Active Member

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    beer + kebab = belly! (ha a belly factorial)

    (bellys gonna get you, bellys gonna get you)

    (not you personally, it was just an advert)
     
  20. snazzy_cornet_sound

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    They cant handle technology!

    Its great fun working in a bank because i have all the old codgers coming up shouting at me '****** chip & Pin' and then blame the youth of today for being too techno! one even hit me with her stick! funnily enough she closed her account soon after
     
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