Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SweeneyTodd, Oct 10, 2019 at 3:22 PM.
Oops. Popped in for a nose and seem to have fallen into the an episode of grumpy old men!
Or jumping up your stonewashed!!!
My neighbours teenage kids see their parents as a free taxi service.
Come on, join in and discover your inner grumpyness.
Well, I get paid to teach other people's kids, and just like adults, some of them are lovely and some are not!
That's why @Suss mum and dad had blacked out windows in the back of their car where he sat
No I'd feel odd, I actually like kids and especially if I can give them back
To be fair it's probably the parents/grandparents that are the problem....remember when you could go in a pub and not have your pint knocked over by a kid playing hide and seek under the tables ?
I was going around a stately home recently and the little darlings were touching everything... bless !
They made him wear a ski mask for years
When I was a little kid dad drove us around in a Ford 100e VAN just to make sure
Stop quoting me, I go off to a happy thread and you keep dragging me back here. It's your fault if I have an Horlicks before bed tonight!
That's because kids weren't allowed in pubs back then. Used to be kept in beer gardens, or a function room with the women.
Malc, you’re not supposed to snatch them from the playground.
But if they didn’t have kids, who would go down to the dealers to get their turbo skunk and crack?
We used to babysit a friends "child" years ago, that was one horrid kid. I never checked but I reckon she had hooves, the scream she could emit was chilling. I tried placating it with milk and just ended up squirting the stuff in its face . It is most likely a traffic warden now
We got her for xmas!
(Not really! Born 02/01/18, we got her March '18)
A dog is for Christmas, not for life.
...as they say in Korea.
That's one ugly looking pup
We have turkey darn sarf
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