• Things that confuse me...

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    BashfulBabe [sign in to see picture]
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    KittyPurry wrote:

    In addition to the perviously mentioned abomination that is leggins some things that confuse me are:

    - All the fuss about Twilight

    - Why anyone voted conservative?

    - Why cheese slices aren't the size of bread

    xxKPxx

    Argh, that drives me nuts! I'm not so keen on cheese slices in general, but same goes for sliced meats.

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    In addition to the perviously mentioned abomination that is leggins some things that confuse me are:

    - All the fuss about Twilight

    - Why anyone voted conservative?

    - Why cheese slices aren't the size of bread

    xxKPxx

    eugh im with you on that my 9 year old and 23 year old sisters are obbsesed with it then moan at me when i say its just money making rubbish no offence to anyone on here that likes it i mainly like saying it to wind them up . xxx

    my boyfriends a Tory boy i went voted Green but as far as he knows i was Tory all the way.

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    In addition to the perviously mentioned abomination that is leggins some things that confuse me are:

    - All the fuss about Twilight

    - Why anyone voted conservative?

    - Why cheese slices aren't the size of bread

    xxKPxx

    Oooo... careful with the first point, there are quite a few fans on here... even if its just teen porn!

    Tories... People are happy to be spoon fed their decisions. The Sun said Brown eats babies! Vote for the posh boy because he honestly cares about everyone... (See the Obama Hope poster mutilation with Cams face instead).

    I really can't explain the last one... Maybe because cheese is a foreign thing and the EU wants to wind up Brits by confusing us using our bread which is in inches and nasty European cheese in centimetres so they don't fit together... Well, I assume it might get reported like that if you ask the Fail.

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    littlepixi wrote:

    my boyfriends a Tory boy i went voted Green but as far as he knows i was Tory all the way.

    You know what you said about those blowjob vouchers?

    Rip 'em up!

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    In addition to the perviously mentioned abomination that is leggins some things that confuse me are:

    - All the fuss about Twilight

    - Why anyone voted conservative?

    - Why cheese slices aren't the size of bread

    xxKPxx

    Well and extra £15 a day for soilders on tour seems a good reason for me

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    In addition to the perviously mentioned abomination that is leggins some things that confuse me are:

    - All the fuss about Twilight

    - Why anyone voted conservative?

    - Why cheese slices aren't the size of bread

    xxKPxx

    Read all three manifestos (cover to cover) and theirs were the false promises that most closely match my own values.

    Whilst labour claim to be the party for the working classes, in my experience they appear to merit the non-working far more than the working. I've worked from when I left college, my husband has worked from when he left university.

    Neither of us are from priveleged backgrounds (oust tory-girl images now please) but it irritates me that the labour government were happy for both of us to work very hard full-time to afford to live in "luxury appartments" then they move in our neighbour-from-hell opposite when all she's done to earn the flat is not cross her legs & the woman down the street with her 8 children by 4 dads (father's day is f'ing hilarious though).

    I wouldn't mind that if she were grateful for the lovely place she's been given but instead she keeps us all awake all night, smashes bottles outside leaving broken glass everywhere & in reference to our communal door advises her friends "give it a good kick, it'll come open " rather than get off her ass and open it.

    I believe that we should help people who fall on hard times, not encourage people to throw themselves at hard times.

    Apologies if this rubs people up the wrong way, but I gave each party the same chance to make a positive impression on me before voting, the lib dems came close but I don't like their European policies.

    Can't speak for the other 10,726,613 people though...

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    WandA wrote:

    littlepixi wrote:

    my boyfriends a Tory boy i went voted Green but as far as he knows i was Tory all the way.

    You know what you said about those blowjob vouchers?

    Rip 'em up!

    hes young he cant help it haha. xxx

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    CurlyCoupleWife wrote:

    Neither of us are from priveleged backgrounds (oust tory-girl images now please) but it irritates me that the labour government were happy for both of us to work very hard full-time to afford to live in "luxury appartments" then they move in our neighbour-from-hell opposite when all she's done to earn the flat is not cross her legs & the woman down the street with her 8 children by 4 dads (father's day is f'ing hilarious though).

    I wouldn't mind that if she were grateful for the lovely place she's been given but instead she keeps us all awake all night, smashes bottles outside leaving broken glass everywhere & in reference to our communal door advises her friends "give it a good kick, it'll come open " rather than get off her ass and open it.

    I believe that we should help people who fall on hard times, not encourage people to throw themselves at hard times.

    couldn't agree more. For some living on benifits is a real hardship and try extreamly hard to get a job and are greatful for what they have but others (the ones that peopel seem to always rember) just are lazy and sponging of the govenment

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    Doug wrote:

    couldn't agree more. For some living on benifits is a real hardship and try extreamly hard to get a job and are greatful for what they have but others (the ones that peopel seem to always rember) just are lazy and sponging of the govenment

    Indeed, I've been stuck on benefits for over two years now, and while granted I'm nothing like the folk CCW is seething over, I hate that people look at me like I am, just because there's so many of those happy to sponge and cause trouble. My neighbours right now love me, because they had to put up with about three rounds of crazy junky scumbags before me, and now the house is in good shape (took a lot of fixing up, it was trashed!), there's no mad parties or dodgy folk coming and going at all hours, no parties, and generally none of that trashy behaviour that drove them mental.

    Just annoys me that me not being a complete scumbag comes as a surprise, surely we should be able to expect everyone to behave civilly and look at the crazy schemey folk as the freakish exceptions.

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    Well done on an informed decision CCW! I despise the narrow mindedness of traditional partisan lines or blind manipulation by the media...

    I don't really want to get in to a big political debate here as it's not the place and it can provoke strong reactions.. and I like you!

    What I will say is a manifesto isn't good enough in my opinion. You can promise puppy dogs and unicorns (and indeed rainbows) but that doesn't mean you actually have any will to follow it through. You can make the right noises but in the end still knife people in the back... Something I beleive the Tories will do, they have somewhat of a reputation for raping half of the country.

    Doesn't help either that the Tories are the traditional party of the fuckers who got us in this financial mess (notice the stock prices rise when the tiny better than expected bank levy was announced). Perhaps Labour was too giving, giving with money that effectively is the taxpayers, but I'd much rather there was too much fat that hadn't been trimmed off than not bother with the meat at all. I'd much rather one little family of gobshites existed like the ones that you described than see one good honest family go without because of a Tory ideological crusade.

    I really won't add to much more. I have made a promise to myself. Only once every one of those thieving little twats from the last Tory shower is out of the Commons and Lords will I consider voting Tory. That will be a fresh Tory start for me, not this mock 'Dave who's everyone's friend, don't I love the proles' which is embarrassed time and time again.

    This isn't an attack on any Tory voters, who you vote for is essentially a matter of faith and that is subjective. I just wanted to throw out my view !

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    BashfulBabe wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    couldn't agree more. For some living on benifits is a real hardship and try extreamly hard to get a job and are greatful for what they have but others (the ones that peopel seem to always rember) just are lazy and sponging of the govenment

    Indeed, I've been stuck on benefits for over two years now, and while granted I'm nothing like the folk CCW is seething over, I hate that people look at me like I am, just because there's so many of those happy to sponge and cause trouble. My neighbours right now love me, because they had to put up with about three rounds of crazy junky scumbags before me, and now the house is in good shape (took a lot of fixing up, it was trashed!), there's no mad parties or dodgy folk coming and going at all hours, no parties, and generally none of that trashy behaviour that drove them mental.

    Just annoys me that me not being a complete scumbag comes as a surprise, surely we should be able to expect everyone to behave civilly and look at the crazy schemey folk as the freakish exceptions.

    I'm know that there are a lot of people who would love to work & can't find work but I don't think the system for the last 10 years has particularly helped. My best mate was on benefits while she was bringing up her daughter to school age but the government did nothing to help her whilst she was trying to get into work. They took everything away from her knowing she wouldn't be paid for a month.

    I just think everything about the existing system stunk and saw nothing in Labours manifesto admitting that they needed to change.

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    i think definatly stop this before it goes any further, can see this could get exteramly heated.

    (caps defo required)

    NO MORE POLOTICS HERE please?

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    Doug wrote:

    i think definatly stop this before it goes any further, can see this could get exteramly heated.

    (caps defo required)

    NO MORE POLOTICS HERE please?

    Is that like a Tic-Tac with a hole in it?

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    Wanda, I'm certain that it'll all end up to be false promises but then I think every manifesto is a best case scenario. Unfortunately for every political party real life gets in the way of ideology.

    I respect your views and the fact that you seem to be well informed; nothing annoyed me more than the woman who was interviewed by ITV

    presenter: so, who will you vote for?

    Woman: I don't really know what any of them stand for - I'll ask my mum who she's voting for & vote for them.

    cue steam coming out of my ears

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    Doug wrote:

    i think definatly stop this before it goes any further, can see this could get exteramly heated.

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    NO MORE POLOTICS HERE please?

    oops sorry! was typing...

    i'll be quiet now...

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    WandA wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    i think definatly stop this before it goes any further, can see this could get exteramly heated.

    (caps defo required)

    NO MORE POLOTICS HERE please?

    Is that like a Tic-Tac with a hole in it?

    shhh i can't spell, i have dsylexia (which is a bitch to spell and even harder for those with it, someone clearly had a keen sense of irony)

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    thing that confuses me:

    who decided on the word lisp?

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    What annoys me more is people who say:

    "Wal it dunt efect me dun it, why wood I care?"

    Or

    "But Corrie is on! etc..."

    I want to stab them, with pointy things...

    I perhaps shouldn't like this idea but I do, Bentham's idea that only the literate should be allowed to vote... Perhaps not that strong but I would prefer some form of quiz on the ballot paper! "Please match these faces to the party using the images provided" or "What party does your current MP represent!, just something that says "I know what democracy actually is!". Alas, as much as I love the idea my liberal values don't actually allow me to actually believe it should be implemented.

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    Doug wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    i think definatly stop this before it goes any further, can see this could get exteramly heated.

    (caps defo required)

    NO MORE POLOTICS HERE please?

    Is that like a Tic-Tac with a hole in it?

    shhh i can't spell, i have dsylexia (which is a bitch to spell and even harder for those with it, someone clearly had a keen sense of irony)

    As long as you took it as a joke Doug!

    I'm not made of iron though...

    Who invented the word irony... that confuses me!

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    WandA wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    i think definatly stop this before it goes any further, can see this could get exteramly heated.

    (caps defo required)

    NO MORE POLOTICS HERE please?

    Is that like a Tic-Tac with a hole in it?

    shhh i can't spell, i have dsylexia (which is a bitch to spell and even harder for those with it, someone clearly had a keen sense of irony)

    As long as you took it as a joke Doug!

    I'm not made of iron though...

    Who invented the word irony... that confuses me!

    yh dw, it was a good joke. be officaly "slightly retarded" comes in handy, get extra time in exams and i tick the box for uni's to say they are not descriminating against those with specail needs, cos although i have it, never stopped me

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