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Hate Right Now

If there's one thing I facking hate right now it's those poxy facking Money SuperMarket ads. That stupid fat pansy and the rest in heels and little shorts, the inexplicable narrative, the infuriating misuse of the word 'epic' and most of all that uttercunt Tom Bakers stupid over exposed facking voice. I facking hate Little Britain for giving that washed up old spunker a leg up, he's been everywhere like shiiit in a field for a decade now. If I had my way I'd firebomb the facking lot of them, then beat Baker like a ginger stepson, cut him like a steak and burn him like an old sofa.

Chris Kamara is a close second, those facking Ladbrokes ads and the way he just says unbelievable everytime the camera is put on him now. Facking PR!ck.

What do you hate right now?

posted on 10/2/17

comment by Dude Bro (U1250)
posted 2 hours, 9 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 18 hours, 23 minutes ago
comment by Ledders The King - Football Manager Icon (U20121)
posted 13 hours, 14 minutes ago
comment by Ledders The King - Football Manager Icon (U20121)
posted on 11/1/17
comment by Jermaine Pedant (U1145)
posted 32 minutes ago
comment by Mike (U1170)
posted 5 minutes ago
Tight people.

I don't mean people who are good with money & save well by shopping at cheaper places, or not spending money on luxury items etc.

I mean people who on a works meal, or even friends, won't split the bill evenly 8 ways because their food and drink came to £2.31 less than someone elses, then begin to get a note out and need the right change from itFFS everyone chuck in the next highest note up from what it evenly splits to and the leftover is the tip, or all pay on card.
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Really pissses me off, this. "I had no alcohol" / "I didn't have a starter"
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Can't stand them. Facking dissecting the bill to the nth degree with their calculator so they only pay £11.267840 plus £2.76 for the tip. It's £20 you

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This article just popped up under the 'recently commented' section on my profile and judging by my above comment it's perfect timing

I've got back from Philippines recently, was out there with 9 other friends. Bearing in mind that everything is dirt cheap out there, why the fack was my mates wife spending 5 mins dissecting the bill with her facking calculator to find out the exact amount she has to pay when it's facking cheap anyway? I'm talking 3-course meal and a drink for £10 per person ffs. Just whack down a rough estimate and be done with it you
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Bottles of San Miguel in Subic Bay for the equivalent of 14p a bottle!
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Tbf, next time I will ask to split the bill if the rest of the table had a 3 course meal and 6 expensive bottles of wine and I had a burger and a beer. Happened once, paid facking 50 euro for a burger and beer. I am not paying for someone else's lavish lifestyle. I dont drink wine, so I shouldnt have to split a bill for 150 euro of wine, when i had a 4 euro beer. You lot sound like the people who drink the wine and then moan that someone else doesnt want to pay for it. Who's greedy now?
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Tight git.

posted on 10/2/17

WH Smith pashes me off, big style!

No, I don't want a multi pack of mini eggs for a pound, I just want to buy my fackin paper as my train/plane is about to leave

comment by Ace (U18814)

posted on 7/7/17

Tell you what I'm facking hating at the moment - those facking Haribo ads with the adults talking with children's voice overs. The most noncey pedo thing going. The fat bloke on the train would be picking his teeth up with broken fingers if I came across him.

posted on 8/7/17

I go in to a smaller Sainsburys.

A Magnum is £1.60 in the freezer at the front

A pack of 4 is £2 in a freezer about 20 foot away!

Have you ever seen a man trying to eat 4 magnums before they melt JS?

posted on 8/7/17

And another thing - those Berkshire hunts that phone up Durham and Gough on talk sport and just have to start off by saying, "Great show by the way"!!!

posted on 8/7/17

People who moan about warm weather in this country, just facked off they hadn't booked their buttlins free holiday at the same time

posted on 11/7/17

comment by Mike Bukakku (U1170)
posted on 10/2/17
comment by Dude Bro (U1250)
posted 2 hours, 9 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 18 hours, 23 minutes ago
comment by Ledders The King - Football Manager Icon (U20121)
posted 13 hours, 14 minutes ago
comment by Ledders The King - Football Manager Icon (U20121)
posted on 11/1/17
comment by Jermaine Pedant (U1145)
posted 32 minutes ago
comment by Mike (U1170)
posted 5 minutes ago
Tight people.

I don't mean people who are good with money & save well by shopping at cheaper places, or not spending money on luxury items etc.

I mean people who on a works meal, or even friends, won't split the bill evenly 8 ways because their food and drink came to £2.31 less than someone elses, then begin to get a note out and need the right change from itFFS everyone chuck in the next highest note up from what it evenly splits to and the leftover is the tip, or all pay on card.
----------------------------------------------------------------------


Really pissses me off, this. "I had no alcohol" / "I didn't have a starter"
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Can't stand them. Facking dissecting the bill to the nth degree with their calculator so they only pay £11.267840 plus £2.76 for the tip. It's £20 you

----------------------------------------------------------------------

This article just popped up under the 'recently commented' section on my profile and judging by my above comment it's perfect timing

I've got back from Philippines recently, was out there with 9 other friends. Bearing in mind that everything is dirt cheap out there, why the fack was my mates wife spending 5 mins dissecting the bill with her facking calculator to find out the exact amount she has to pay when it's facking cheap anyway? I'm talking 3-course meal and a drink for £10 per person ffs. Just whack down a rough estimate and be done with it you
----------------------------------------------------------------

Bottles of San Miguel in Subic Bay for the equivalent of 14p a bottle!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Tbf, next time I will ask to split the bill if the rest of the table had a 3 course meal and 6 expensive bottles of wine and I had a burger and a beer. Happened once, paid facking 50 euro for a burger and beer. I am not paying for someone else's lavish lifestyle. I dont drink wine, so I shouldnt have to split a bill for 150 euro of wine, when i had a 4 euro beer. You lot sound like the people who drink the wine and then moan that someone else doesnt want to pay for it. Who's greedy now?
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Tight git.
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You missed the point then. But you'd love to pay 50 euro for a burger and a beer then? If so, your a numpty.

posted on 11/7/17

comment by Feyenoord Champions (U1250)
posted 41 minutes ago
comment by Mike Bukakku (U1170)
posted on 10/2/17
comment by Dude Bro (U1250)
posted 2 hours, 9 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 18 hours, 23 minutes ago
comment by Ledders The King - Football Manager Icon (U20121)
posted 13 hours, 14 minutes ago
comment by Ledders The King - Football Manager Icon (U20121)
posted on 11/1/17
comment by Jermaine Pedant (U1145)
posted 32 minutes ago
comment by Mike (U1170)
posted 5 minutes ago
Tight people.

I don't mean people who are good with money & save well by shopping at cheaper places, or not spending money on luxury items etc.

I mean people who on a works meal, or even friends, won't split the bill evenly 8 ways because their food and drink came to £2.31 less than someone elses, then begin to get a note out and need the right change from itFFS everyone chuck in the next highest note up from what it evenly splits to and the leftover is the tip, or all pay on card.
----------------------------------------------------------------------


Really pissses me off, this. "I had no alcohol" / "I didn't have a starter"
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Can't stand them. Facking dissecting the bill to the nth degree with their calculator so they only pay £11.267840 plus £2.76 for the tip. It's £20 you

----------------------------------------------------------------------

This article just popped up under the 'recently commented' section on my profile and judging by my above comment it's perfect timing

I've got back from Philippines recently, was out there with 9 other friends. Bearing in mind that everything is dirt cheap out there, why the fack was my mates wife spending 5 mins dissecting the bill with her facking calculator to find out the exact amount she has to pay when it's facking cheap anyway? I'm talking 3-course meal and a drink for £10 per person ffs. Just whack down a rough estimate and be done with it you
----------------------------------------------------------------

Bottles of San Miguel in Subic Bay for the equivalent of 14p a bottle!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Tbf, next time I will ask to split the bill if the rest of the table had a 3 course meal and 6 expensive bottles of wine and I had a burger and a beer. Happened once, paid facking 50 euro for a burger and beer. I am not paying for someone else's lavish lifestyle. I dont drink wine, so I shouldnt have to split a bill for 150 euro of wine, when i had a 4 euro beer. You lot sound like the people who drink the wine and then moan that someone else doesnt want to pay for it. Who's greedy now?
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Tight git.
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You missed the point then. But you'd love to pay 50 euro for a burger and a beer then? If so, your a numpty.
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There is a pretty big difference to what you're saying compared to the overall point though. To start with you're talking about 150 euros, which is a pretty big swing. Generally you're talking about people who are being tight because someone spent 3 quid more on a steak or had an extra beer/starter. There is middle ground.

posted on 11/7/17

I got called tight git for that. See my point

comment by #4zA (U19575)

posted on 12/7/17

paying/splittng the check at restaurant is a minefield

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