Girl friend being an absolute ass sometimes.
People who, upon receiving mildly negative news, adopt an expression of utter dumb incomprehension
Seriously, what is that about? I told someone today his benefit was going to be late because (hey!) he'd signed late and it was like I'd switched to Flemish. Actually felt the need to ask if he'd understood me.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
Good point - it's bloody annoying is that - Over the years I've come to the conclusion that that reaction is designed to enable the recipient to lay the blame for the mildly negative news on he/she who imparts it
In order to test the theory I have tried it myself and it does work
Let me guess, "I know you are but what am I?"
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The standard of driving
It's such a problem, because lax driving brings the whole standard down and it's now at the stage where nobody gives a **** because nobody else does.. I've even found my own standards slipping enormously, doing other stuff while driving, not paying attention, usual stuff.. PE drivers are incredibly slow usually because they are either stoned, on their cellphones or drunk, or all three, and I had the pleasure of following one all the way back from my friends house tonight, and then at the traffic circle, indicate right, and the joker waiting to join the circle pulls straight in front of me, so I tail gate him, not because I am annoyed, but because I don't care about being a good driver any more, why should I make an effort when nobody else does, FFS
Damn me to Hell for saying this but British people.
I spend over half my social time with Brits and I love it. However the football talk get very boring very quickly and they have the political and economic sophistication of 9 year olds.
For relaxed drinks, laughs and hanging out they are fantastic but I wouldn't trust them to organize a kids birthday party (and I deal with some pretty influential people.)
British people = cool but clueless
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Because most people don't have to work in the weekends, therefore the weekends are more enjoyable.
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Not many people like their jobs I guess.
I don't understand. You can still do things after work. Just can't involve too much alcohol consumption
Generally too exhausted to do anything after work except go home, cook dinner and watch TV.
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