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I hate christmas shoppers (specially women) who think because they can't find what they looking for, that makes it MY F*** FAULT!!!!!!! and I end receiving abuse and mouthfuls. As far as I concern they can go and f***themselves and f*** to another shop. Or to another planet. :x





I used to get that working in the chemist, cos they were late ordering prescriptions it was my fault, bastards :evil:


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Q. What are baby Jesus's favourite vegetables?

A. Heavenly peas..... :oops: :shock: :roll:

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Was sent a link to this on an email - really sweet little video - very clever, a bit funny, a bit wierd and quite cute in places :D

http://video.telegraph.co.uk/services/player/bcpid1529569286?bctid=5524339001


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ive now wrapped all my pressies.

yours smuggly

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Saw Thea Gilmore a week ago - booked tickets on a whim - a bit like Richard in 2007 - bought her latest CD Strange Communion - and its a sweet Chrimbo CD :)


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really getting excited about christmas now, was off work last week cos i fell down stairs bringing decorations dwon fro the attic! okay now, only 3 more days at work. my 2 and a half year old daughter is getting excited too, keep saying Father Christmas is coming soon!!

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I lost the plot in Asda last night so resumed retail warfare at Tezzies this morning. Crikey, it's a jungle out there.........and very little seasonal goodwill. I even had to queue for more than 20 minutes for petrol. Uggggghhhhhh....!!!! :shock: :shock:

Time to shut the front door and hunker down with the family. Where's my whisky and brandy snaps, wench!!?? :D

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I lost the plot in Asda last night so resumed retail warfare at Tezzies this morning. Crikey, it's a jungle out there.........and very little seasonal goodwill. I even had to queue for more than 20 minutes for petrol. Uggggghhhhhh....!!!! :shock: :shock:

Time to shut the front door and hunker down with the family. Where's my whisky and brandy snaps, wench!!?? :D


I know!, I know!, I know! Fought through the barriers in Asda this morning at 7.00 am - it was chaos! :evil: Had to fight a pensioner to get mi brussels!
Got to go to the market tomorrow to pick-up the turkey (Mrs LPD will be riding shotgun) and then we're done. :D

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I lost the plot in Asda last night Crikey, it's a jungle out there.........and very little seasonal goodwill.


I nearly did this morning - some silly cow complained because I was paying for my shopping at the customer service counter - the assistant on the counter asked us to come over, I didn't force my way over - talk about bah humbug!!

The shelves are half empty as well - don't people realise that you can only eat so much in a couple of days and the shops are open again on boxing day? :shock:

Still, I got the few bits I needed and also the new Harry Potter DVD so that's my Xmas present from the cat! :*:


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My grandmother always said that Christmas brought out the siege mentality in some people. Judging from what I saw in the West End a few weeks ago I think she might be right.


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every year i try and enjoy it and every year my miserable relatives bring me right down. my mum says she hates christmas. my gran has said she just wants it over with. my son says he doesn't want to buy anybody anything and being home from uni 'sucks dick and is boring'. a post on his facebook. what is wrong with these people?

i feel so sorry for the wife as it gets me down trying to cheer these miserable fuckers up and she ends up trying to perk me up. i'm running away from home next year. :(

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Suppose I better go shopping now...


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I feel sorry for my husband, he's going to ASDA after work just for milk, yoghurts and a few other bits that will just see us over the weekend we just do a normal shop except for the extra food for the dinner, people go mental like there is a war happening :shock: I worked last night, went to see my frined up't street but that's moi done till work Saturday I'm in hibernation :*:


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mph wrote:
every year i try and enjoy it and every year my miserable relatives bring me right down. my mum says she hates christmas. my gran has said she just wants it over with. my son says he doesn't want to buy anybody anything and being home from uni 'sucks dick and is boring'. a post on his facebook. what is wrong with these people?

i feel so sorry for the wife as it gets me down trying to cheer these miserable fuckers up and she ends up trying to perk me up. i'm running away from home next year. :(


I suggest you go away for christmas next year - or lock your door and keep all of them out - they'll soon change their tune! :wink:

Perhaps they don't realise how much they're bringing everybody down! :?


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Yup, miserable so and so's!!! I hate it when you see people and they say "can't wait till it's all over".........................how miserable!!!


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