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A Nice 'Thank You' Letter .....

Started by: tonker (23077) 

Started: 27th Dec 2020 at 14:51

Posted by: momac (11327) 

Replied: 27th Dec 2020 at 15:09

Posted by: jo anne (33394) 

You can see why Mrs James’ request didn’t get a good reception.

(Can you not censor it a bit, Tonker. )

Replied: 27th Dec 2020 at 15:12

Posted by: tonker (23077) 

Jo anne, Mrs James has been staying at her daughters for Christmas. They do try to get her into the garden occasionally, for some fresh air, but she doesn't like going out. Apparently!

Replied: 27th Dec 2020 at 15:30

Posted by: jo anne (33394) 

I daren’t watch, Tonker.

Replied: 27th Dec 2020 at 16:41

Posted by: momac (11327) 

Jo Anne,it is a horrible word I agree,but I can imagine a little old Irish lady being confronted with the audacity of her room mate that it was the first thing she thought of..mind you my little Grandma came from County Clare but I don't think they'd use that word there.

Replied: 27th Dec 2020 at 17:02

Posted by: peter israel (1040) 

I had a friend who job was to look after UK citizens doing time in prison in Turkey They would spend all their free time writing to companies telling them how they missed there products like flasks etc and sometimes it would pay off and the companies would send them stuff and they would then sell them to the Turkish prisoners'

Replied: 27th Dec 2020 at 18:23

Posted by: basil brush (16183)

(Can you not censor it a bit, Tonker.

no, because he thinks the rules don't apply to him

a lot of paddys have dirty mouths.

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:00

Posted by: Stardelta (8005)

Good job Ray didnt post it eh Baz..........Terry would have had a thromby!!!

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:14

Posted by: tonker (23077) 

A word is exactly that, a 'word'. Words are man-made. A word, in reality, is neither dirty, clean, nice or horrible. A word can offend one person, but not another. This situation is social media created.
Deaf people cannot hear words, regardless of their catagorisation. But they wish they could.
Dumb people cannot say words
, regardless of their catagorisation, but they wish they could.
Illiterates can neither read or write any words at all.
Nowadays, what are regarded as 'bad' words are used regularly on tv and radio, but to use a shortened version of a word which describes a non-white persons nationality.
I'm comfortable with any language, spoken by any person, regardless of sex, nationality, colour, education, dress-sense.

But I don't like women with tattoos. They belong in a circus!









Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:19
Last edited by tonker: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:21:07

Posted by: basil brush (16183)

exactly, he would have tried to hound him off as he did before, him and his "close friend"

How you doing, sd, nice to see you posting again.

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:20

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (6595)

I think it depends on how the word or words are used, that letter if it's genuine has got to be viewed uncensored to appreciate how funny it is, the swearing granny could probably benefit from a beep, because a beep can make it even more funny.

But do you remember 'Swearing Gran' from the Catherine Tate show, she became a national treasure

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:36

Posted by: Stardelta (8005)

I think most of us know how it works in here Baz, its not what gets said that matters, its who says it

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:37

Posted by: basil brush (16183)

EXACTLY!!!!!!

Well said sd

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:45

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (6595)

Feuds and vendettas

How can two user names, end up in a 'hot' war ?

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:51

Posted by: basil brush (16183)

If I say out they're all on me like the cowards they are but if one of them said the same thing they wouldn't say out.

Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 12:56

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (6595)

Can yoo imagine it, a bloke walks into a police station and says

Bloke: "I have had a death threat"

Bobby: "oh deer, what is your name"

Bloke: "Mickey Mouse"

Bobby: "oh I see, and who's been threatening yoo, Donald Duck ?"

Bloke: "yea, how did yoo know"



Replied: 28th Dec 2020 at 13:26

Posted by: basil brush (16183)

Sd, I think a lot of decent posters have noticed that

Replied: 30th Dec 2020 at 12:35

Posted by: firefox (3239)

HAHAHAHAHA

Replied: 30th Dec 2020 at 12:38
Last edited by firefox: 30th Dec 2020 at 12:40:29

Posted by: basil brush (16183)

Must admit thought, the gangs been quiet up to now.

Replied: 30th Dec 2020 at 13:02

Posted by: TerryW (6276)

Mardelta..contributing nothing to the forum again.

C-mon lad, act your age and start setting an example.

The sooner you get kicked off here the better.

Mardelta...talks the talk, never walks the walk.

...and all the other clichés he uses Etc etc etc etc etc.

Keep taking the pills lad we don't want in the frazzled ward again now do we.

Replied: 30th Dec 2020 at 15:18

Posted by: Stardelta (8005)

C-mon lad, act your age and start setting an example.

The sooner you get kicked off here the better


Vaguely recall someone from the past saying something similar, the person concerned also claimed he did "a lot of important things for charity"

I am a great believer in the old adage "give someone enough rope and he will hang himself" I also believe that if you sit back and say nothing the person concerned will do all the work for you.,

Looks like I am correct in both cases.

I am still getting under your skin?..........it certainly looks like it!



PS Don't expect a quick reply.......Like you said its water off a ducks back and despite your best attempts to provoke its wasted...... I prefer to sit back and laugh

Replied: 31st Dec 2020 at 21:36

Posted by: tomplum (7130) 

hello sledge ole mate, I don't have a scoobie's what you're on about but,
happy new year and see what you can do about the ' white Elephant ' road recently constructed at the Wigan tax payers cost, there;s a good chap,

Replied: 31st Dec 2020 at 21:43

 

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