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SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 12:45
Parking Etiquette Question - Help!

Is parking in a Parent and Child space way out of order or O.K. if no one you know sees you so your reputation is untarnished.

Also can I park in disabled spaces if there are loads spare and I walk with a limp?

Sick of walking miles to the Morrisons in Jarrow on a lunchtime.

All answers gratefully recieved.

captain5 Posted on 19/9 12:46
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Stop parking at the Byker store would help you.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 12:47
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it's very bad form. the extra steps will be good exercise, and the fresh air will heighten your appetite..

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 12:47
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Too far away from Hebburn!

captain5 Posted on 19/9 12:48
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I think it's actually all the food he carries back to the car that is causing the problem.

JLinardi Posted on 19/9 12:49
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no theres no problem, especially if as normal 3/4 of the p and c spaces are empty anyway.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 12:49
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I use a trolley daftie

trodbitch Posted on 19/9 12:50
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Just park across two mother and child spots *on top* of a disabled person.

captain5 Posted on 19/9 12:50
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Well, get someone to push you along in it then.

footiefan100 Posted on 19/9 12:50
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You shouldn't park in Parent and Child space as it isn't easy to get pram from boot or load boot with shopping whilst giving child 100% attention.Also these spaces are purposely designated near shop so tots wont have far to be pushed and hence will have less chance of being hit my motorist

As for disabled space you shouldn't really but we've all done it-just remember to limp on same leg when returning to car

janplanner Posted on 19/9 12:52
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i've never parked in a disabled space! it would feel wrong!

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 12:53
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I would of thought parking in a disabled space is a no-no.
But young mums should keep their knickers up instead of getting knocked up and clogging car parks. It infuriates me.

If they dont get their fella to wrap it up before he whacks it up then they only have themselves to blame.

footiefan100 Posted on 19/9 12:54
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SBS
its a pity your old man never took your advice

trodbitch Posted on 19/9 12:55
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I've parked in a disabled spot loads.

Anyway, it's a priority spot. Doesn't mean you can't park in it.

capio Posted on 19/9 12:55
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janplanner the last thing superbok needs is his appetite heightened.

boro_matt Posted on 19/9 12:55
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I wouldnt sit in a wheelchair coz it's tempting fate and just wrong - same goes for a disabled parking space!

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 12:59
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Ive come up with the following conclusions:

Parking in Parent/Child spots is fine, half the women can manage and the other half should not be slags and get pregnant.

Disabled spots ONLY if there are loads left and walk with a limp (same leg when returning).

Grrreds Posted on 19/9 13:04
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why on earth would a parent take a child to Morrisons. Its bad enough when you are on your own.

green_beret20 Posted on 19/9 13:06
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Not that I really care since I park well away from the rest of the riff raff, some of the arguments Ive seen in car parks are pathetic.

I've noticed a new phenominom of parents battling parents now arguing whos got more right all so their over weight children can walk a little less.
Some of the attitudes you see you'd think prior to the invention these spaces walking across a car park was like crossing a battle zone.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 13:14
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Thank God I dont go to Lidl or Netto or some other 'council house' food shop. I think I would be too scared to deal with those ruffians.

7_The_Informer Posted on 19/9 13:20
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If I saw you park in a disabled parking space with no disabled sticker, you would come back to a car with no frigging headlights and/or tyres missing.

Not disabled meself, but if people can't respect other people in society then they deserve getting shafted.

Spoff_MFC Posted on 19/9 13:44
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They key for the PandT spaces is so the door can be fully opened to get child fastened into their seat.

Spoff_MFC Posted on 19/9 13:45
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They key for the PandT spaces is so the door can be fully opened to get child fastened into their seat.

Tillerman93 Posted on 19/9 13:56
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It's pathetic that we live in a society where we reward the disabled, and ignore the healthy tax paying citizens.

And why are most disabled people carrying numerous amounts of food shopping bags and loading them into expensive people carriers?
Disabled my arse!

Maybe old Adolf had the right idea afterall.

<throws grenade in room and runs>

capio Posted on 19/9 14:08
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'council house' food shop


SNOB!

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:11
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it isn't snobbery, it's a case of having standards.

--- Post edited by janplanner on 19/9 14:11 ---

capio Posted on 19/9 14:12
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Aldi's food is generally of a higher standard than Asda or Tesco.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:13
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Given that both Aldi and Lidl are German stores and the Germans have high food standards do you not think it will follow that the food is of a good standard?

I've shopped in Lidl lots and not only is it cheap, it's good quality stuff and there's plenty of brand names going cheap for you brand name whores!

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:15
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i used to buy whiskas for my kittens in netto, many years ago, but really couldn't find anything else to buy in there. maybe it's improved these days?

Buddy Posted on 19/9 14:17
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It amuses me when the parking attendants in Tesco make dark threats of "further action" once you leave the car park. If they're linked up to the DVLA I'm Ken Livingstone.

trodbitch Posted on 19/9 14:19
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"Given that both Aldi and Lidl are German stores and the Germans have high food standards do you not think it will follow that the food is of a good standard?"

No, they don't bring the german food with them FFS.

Mind you, there's not much point in saying one brand of tinned food is better than the other.

capio Posted on 19/9 14:20
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I shop mostly in pound shop and in the in shops and I get loads of great bargains.

I bought a nice leather jacket in the in shops last week it was only £18 you snobs who buy clothes at asda make me laugh.

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boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:23
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What's on sale in our Lidl is very similar if not exactly the same as what's on offer in their Lidl.

You're all snobs and brand whores!

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:25
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do they still not take credit or debit cards? and do they have barcode readers now? and are the goods still stacked on pallets?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:26
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"Aldi's food is generally of a higher standard than Asda or Tesco."

Yes, if Aldi would give me my shopping in a Tesco carrier bag I would happily shop there. I dont want to walk round with a big bag with "Aldi" written on it looking like a scruffer.

"If I saw you park in a disabled parking space with no disabled sticker, you would come back to a car with no frigging headlights and/or tyres missing."

Hence the crafty limp!

"It's pathetic that we live in a society where we reward the disabled, and ignore the healthy tax paying citizens.

And why are most disabled people carrying numerous amounts of food shopping bags and loading them into expensive people carriers?
Disabled my arse!

Maybe old Adolf had the right idea afterall.

<throws grenade in room and runs>"

Theres posting a tongue in cheek post about car park spaces and there is being a complete (unt. Work out which u are tillerman.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:26
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They take debit cards, not credit cards at Lidl.

They have barcode readers.

Some stuff is still on pallets.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:27
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well, that's better, but i still don't think i can face it.
i'll stick to waitrose.

--- Post edited by janplanner on 19/9 14:28 ---

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:29
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Why can't you face it? Can you only food shop in stores where rich snobs go?

You're paying about twice as much for your weekly shop as you would be if you shopped somewhere like Lidl.

capio Posted on 19/9 14:29
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Super, you should take your own bag to the supermarket anyway save the world and all that.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:31
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I would but i use the bags to store in a drawer at home in case of plastic bag emergencies.

check capio out here.... a pic of him in his new jacket, like a proper soldier and everything.

Link: Hey fonzy

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:36
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full of scruffy people.

if i didn't care about such things i wouldn't have bothered getting a job.

--- Post edited by janplanner on 19/9 14:36 ---

chorleyphil Posted on 19/9 14:36
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German food is no better than British food, by the way!

Disability - This termanology has been abused so much in the last, say, dozen years. Some people, of course, are disabled physically either by birth defect, illness or accident. But the army of people who are overweight, or have a bad leg or bad back!! Jees, there are millions of them who use the term 'DISABLED' like a badge of honour. In actual fact a lot of these people have been abusing themselves with 'full English' for all their lives and are now being rewarded for it with priviliged parking, new cars and extra benefits.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:38
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Scruffy people indeed, you snob!

Not everyone who shops at Lidl is on benefit, you only have to drive past one to see the Mercs and BMWs in the car park.

I wasn't saying German food is better I was saying it's of good quality.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:41
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why is German food better quality?

capio Posted on 19/9 14:42
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Super is clearly jealousy of my eye for a bargain.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:43
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I didn't say it's better quality, I said it's good quality.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:45
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But not your grammar, Capio.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:47
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janplanner I've noticed that since you have started to date sasboro, fmttm's very own property magnate, there has been an increase in your overt snobbery, is he responsible for you looking down your nose at others?

--- Post edited by boro_boy_84 on 19/9 14:48 ---

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:49
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not even slightly! i've always been a dreadful snob. if anything he'd probably think shopping in aldi was a great idea.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:50
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Why is being a snob something to be proud of?

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 14:50
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It makes you wonder why the snobby feckers choose to go to football matches, which is a pass-time associated with commoners.

capio Posted on 19/9 14:50
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trodbitch Posted on 19/9 14:50
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I'd say compensating for losing and argument about lidl by throwing personal digs around is the act of a coward.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:51
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Hmmm was I losing the argument? Somehow I don't think so!

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:51
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whilst not coming from a hugely priviliged backgroun, I consider myself upper working class.

Therefore im eligible to go to the footy and look down on people who shop at Netto thanks very much

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:52
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Why do you look down on them? Because they have more sense than to pay inflated prices elsewhere?

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 14:53
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SuperBok, you and your sort should stick to cricket, you bellend.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:54
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Plus Jan, do you not think that the reaction you have regarding scruffy people at Lidl is the same reaction the toffs who go to Waitrose have regarding you?!

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:54
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not really proud or ashamed of it. - just the way i am.

same with going to football, i don't do it to associate myself with commoners or not, i just go because i love it.

trodbitch Posted on 19/9 14:55
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"Somehow I don't think so!"

Did you shake your head side to side there sister?

You lost the argument when you racked your brain to come up with something to get a response.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:56
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Maybe if you shopped at lidl you would meet a better class of man in the supermarket and wouldn't need to pick up guys on websites.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 14:57
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SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:57
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Can you not tell the difference between being nasty and being tongue in cheek boroboy75.

You knobjockey. Go and have another tiff with lisbon you sad pathetic loser.

No wonder no-one likes you seeing as your about as mature as one of Gary Glitters girlfriends. Go and make some real mates cocknose.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:57
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Except her argument was pants: oooh look scruffy people.

My argument was the food is good quality and the only reason not to go there is snobbery.

Clearly I was not losing the argument.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 14:58
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i don't really understand your last question/remark.

are you implying that other shoppers in waitrose are looking down on me? i can't see why you'd assume that.

i prefer the environment of waitrose and sainsbury, i know that costs more money to create/maintain, and the fresh produce at least, is of a higher standard. so i choose to chop there.

you prefer to go to aldi, that's fine. to each their own.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 14:59
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Superbok, did you have steam coming out of your ears, and tears welling up in your eyes as you typed that?

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 14:59
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You look down on people who shop at Lidl because they are "scruffy" and are on benefits etc. Do you not think people who have more money than you might look down at you in the same way?

If you don't you're extremely naive.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 14:59
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Can u just clear something up....

Has Janplanner obtained a boyfriend from fmttm?

Is it corruptbiggins?

janplanner Posted on 19/9 15:00
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boroboy 84, you're not very good at this are you?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:01
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Nah pal, just bored at work.

Wasnt really a challenge to write seeing as you are such an easy target eh?

Il take on someone with intellect and wit like Capio next time im bored fella.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 15:02
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What? arguing? My argument is far better than yours and far less naive.

If you look down at other people, it is reasonable to assume other people look down at you.

Clearly you're too thick to understand this simple point.

The social standing of a brewery worker who moved to Scotland as an economic migrant is hardly something to aspire to.

Look everyone, she shops in Waitrose, shouldn't we all be impressed and aspire to that!

janplanner Posted on 19/9 15:04
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actually i shop in tesco and don't care where you go. nor did i meet my boyfriend on the internet, but in a pub.

sorry to spoil it for you. just bored at work, like everyone else.

--- Post edited by janplanner on 19/9 15:06 ---

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:04
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I dont think she can look down on anyone if she got a boyfrien doff fmttm. I mean were not exactly all 6'4 and ripped to sch1t with loads of cash in the bank.

Thats probably why she goes to waitrose to see if the board 'elite' are in there to fulfil her web based loving needs.

capio Posted on 19/9 15:05
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Super check this out

Link: our glorious leader

capio Posted on 19/9 15:05
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Is it corruptbiggins?


boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:06
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Superbok, you seem to be easy prey yourself.But, with you being a bit of a 'board non-entity', you got under my radar.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:09
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"Superbok, you seem to be easy prey yourself.But, with you being a bit of a 'board non-entity', you got under my radar."

oh no, say it aint so! please be my friend.

Thats if your missus ever let you out you snivelling excuse for a man.

I pity you, you sad deluded prole.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 15:10
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that's quite a personal attack, boroboy 84! have i done something to upset you, other than say that you're scuffy if you shop in aldi?

you seem to know an awful lot about me, for so new a posting name. come on, what's it all about???

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:13
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You pity me?
That's ironic, coming from a fat lad who wears a 'Garlic Bread' t-shirt.

capio Posted on 19/9 15:15
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janplanner my grandmother shops at aldi as its the only store small enough for her to get around that still has most of the things she needs. Does that make her scruffy?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:17
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haha get back to answering the phone at your dead end job pal.

If lisbonlegend can successfully rip you to shreds everyday then there is no point in me doing it.

Go on back to work, you should earn those £6 an hour mate.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 15:18
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ffs, capio, i shop in tesco, it's the handiest for me. i don't really have an opinion on aldi. if it's handy for your grandmother then that's great.

do people really get this worked up about supermarkets?

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:19
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So you are a job snob too, podgy?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:19
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Tesco is hardly Harrods is it Jan?

I used to go to Fenwicks when I lived in Newcastle.

Beat that!

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:20
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No, ive just made something of myself Boroboy.

Whats wrong with that?

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:24
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Did I say that there was anything wrong with someone making something of themselves?
You seem to be nothing more than Lord David's chief minion.

All of which is completely irrelevant to my job snobbery comment.
Where has Lisbon ripped me to shreds? You don't seem to be the most perceptivce soul on this board.

capio Posted on 19/9 15:25
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I donít get worked up at all, I just finding it bizarre that somebody would shop at Tesco and look down on other shoppers in a snobbish attitude, especially when the other stores have a higher quality of food.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 15:27
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i'm not looking down on anyone. i don't care. have i not made that clear? i was making it up, ok?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:27
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Its not just Lisbon pal, The Commisar, Marlon etc all love to hate you.

I used to play cricket with Capio when I was younger, hence I go to play footy with him from time to time. Hardly a minion am I?

Anyroad, why do you never venture out for a game with the lads off the board?

Its either because you actaully are half toad half boy like I picture you in my mind, because you are a pseudonym or because you are a shy, wife-controlled, pathetic little get.

Which one is it pal?

capio Posted on 19/9 15:29
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OK

The_Commisar Posted on 19/9 15:30
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Steady BB75, remember the blood pressure, you ain't got the heart for the fight these days.
Why don't you hand your sarcasm crown onto one of the younger better placed posters, Dicky looks to be your natural succesor.

capio Posted on 19/9 15:36
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Nah dicky is too nice to be the new bb75.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:37
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At least Dicky is slightly amusing and doesnt bite as much as bb75.

The toilet.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:41
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You are the one who has bitten, big time, Superbok.
Dry your eyes, slim.

capio Posted on 19/9 15:42
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Super did you look at the link I posted?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:44
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This is gonna be the easiest century i have ever gotten bb75.

I tell you what, you're right, Im so cut up with your fat jibes mate. Please stop, ive never heard such original, cutting remarks before. You should be a comedy scriptwriter or something. Unless your call centre job has better prospects.

At least I dont have to pay someone to play with my tail cos my wife never does like you mongboy75.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:44
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Capio, his testosterone levels seem to have shot up in the last twenty minutes or so. He's probably rushed home to bend his fat wife over the kitchen table, whilst he's feeling manly.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:46
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yeah cap, comedy gold hanmer was. especially when wicket keeping!

The_Commisar Posted on 19/9 15:49
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Bok, I wouldn't bother with him, he's had many a good kicking off a variety of posters on here, he's too much of a coward to ever let his mask slip.
He doesn't work in a call centre BTW, I think he just puts that about so his lass never finds out he posts on the board.

To be honest, I don't think he actually goes to matches. he just hangs around here whilst looking for people to talk to him, prod him with sticks. Don't be nasty eh, pity him.

capio Posted on 19/9 15:50
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.

Link: Superboonsupper

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:50
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"Capio, his testosterone levels seem to have shot up in the last twenty minutes or so. He's probably rushed home to bend his fat wife over the kitchen table, whilst he's feeling manly."

Godd one, im not married but my girlfriend is v pretty, bit out of my league if im honest.

And I dont get bullied by her like BB75 does by his better half.

Not being mean, but why do you centre your life around watching the soaps on telly?

hoo hoo im so jealous of u mate!

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:51
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So you park in parent and Child spaces, mock those who shop in the cheaper supermarkets, look down on people who in your eyes haven't 'made something of themself' (like you), and to top it all show a distinct lack a respect for anyone who uses this board who has a handicapped family member by using the term 'mong'.
You've shown yourself to be a bit of a qunt on this thread,lad.
I hope you get your ton, so you can brag about it when you get home.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 15:54
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boro_boy_84 are you still there? can you tell me what i did to provoke you so?

or perhaps you are another message board coward, who won't let on his regular username. maybe you are a coward in real life too?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 15:55
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Which family member have I specifically targeted then Boroboy75?

If i have really offended u I will remove that word but what a pedantic get u are!

My original post wasnt exactly deadly serious was it mouth?

I was so bored at work I decided to have a pop at you and it worked, you have now pulled the sympathy card out of the bag as a last resort.

If you truly believe I have been disrespectful to disabled people then perhaps you could phone the family members of the children I volunteered to take away on residential weeks and trips for the red cross. I am sure they will put you straight.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 15:58
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I take everything back that I've posted about you Superbok, seeing as though you are FMTTM's answer to Mother Teresa.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:05
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I've been out, I've just got back.

This is the only username I use.

You were being snobby, you were judging people because of where they shop and how they look.

Suddenly when you realised telling people you shopped at Waitrose wasn't getting you the respect you thought it would you changed it to shopping at Tesco. You're a liar and a snob.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 16:07
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Did I say that?

I have done things Ive regretted too (see claim to fame thread) for example but I put up things whether good or bad so people can make their mind up about me, unlike you who is the most secretive poster on FMTTM who just hides behind an anynonomous username.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 16:08
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yeah right. been reading for a while and just decided to post today?

i am a bit of a snob, it's not the end of the world. i don't tell people i shop at waitrose for respect, that would be ridiculous. and if you can't see the difference between talking nonsense and being a liar, then you are in for a hard trot on here.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:10
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Hmmm I've posted before, quite a few times actually.

Why make up the Waitrose story?

Why are you seemingly proud of being a snob?

janplanner Posted on 19/9 16:11
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why are you bothered?

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 16:12
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no reply boroboy?

turned into a right bitch fest this thread!

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:14
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Why are you slagging people off for where they shop and making up stories about where you shop?

Why lie about Waitrose? You were being snobby and trying to show off.

Why assume everyone who shops at Lidl etc is unemployed, on benefits etc.

You're just a brand whore, you probably believe every advert you see.

I pity you.

The_Commisar Posted on 19/9 16:16
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there something familar about the style, wheres cap5 and his bloodhound when you need him ?

janplanner Posted on 19/9 16:16
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ok. if it makes you feel better.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:20
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Wow what a great come-back Jan, showing everyone your great intellectual prowess.

Wow everyone, don't you wish you were Jan?! - You could live in Scotland, drive a Mini and shop in Waitrose, you also get to look down on people who shop in Lidl - oh I wish I was you Jan I hear everyone cry!

janplanner Posted on 19/9 16:21
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you're getting weird now. please can you stop it?

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:23
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Why? You gunna go running to Rob?

You took the p1ss out of other people and looked down on them for where they shop.

Yet when someone questions you they're being weird?!

Typical woman, is there a single sane one on the planet?!

trodbitch Posted on 19/9 16:26
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boro_boy, you oddball. Don't pretend you are on some crusade to point out how evil jan is because she said aldi was scruffy. Bottom line is - aldi is scruffy as fook and everyone knows that when picking up their 3p beans from it.

You're just trying to be a bully and doing it in a cowardly way.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:28
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Am I indeed?

There is nothing wrong with Aldi or Lidl.

The one who started any bullying behaviour was Jan when she made disparaging comments about the people who shop at Aldi, Lidl etc.

Once again we get men jumping in to defend women on here. It's not a physical fight, let them defend themselves if they have the wit to.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 16:29
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hoo hoo!

Still quiet boroboy75?

janplanner Posted on 19/9 16:30
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i don't see that i have anything to defend.

you clearly have a problem with me, and i don't know or care who you are.

zoec Posted on 19/9 16:31
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boro_boy_84 - here's a woman leaping in to defend a woman. Judging by your posts here, you've paid a lot of attention to what jan has written in the past, so how can you have missed the fact that she was being tongue in cheek with the scruffy remark. You do seem a bit obsessed.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:31
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No real problem with you Jan, just the comments you made about people who choose to shop differently to you.

Looking down on people because of where they shop or how much money they have is just petty and immature.

The_Commisar Posted on 19/9 16:31
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boro_boy_84 - where you born an ignorant pri(k or did you have to go on a course to learn how to behave that way ?

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:33
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Hang on! She makes comments about people who shop at Aldi etc being scruffy yet I'm the ignorant one?!

Give your heads a shake!

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 16:33
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Jan -

Ive never seen boro_boy84 before, dont take things personally. Its an internet message board FFS. Just throw some sch1t back at him.

See above argument me V DoyleBoy75.

Just be abusive in an amusing manner and ul be alright.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 16:36
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DoyleBoy75?
You should change your name to St Super Bok Supper.

Look at all the chivalrous chaps leaping to the damsel in distress' aid.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 16:41
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who is?

I was taking the piss out of her earlier on mate.

Just saying no need to get upset about what someone says on here ffs.

Anyway that the best you can do?

Not worth bothering with you mate, your level of education must have been similar to that of a child in the 13th century.

Thick as a plank u are pal.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:41
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That's one of the problems on here, you can't have any kind of argument or discussion with a female poster as all the guys will jump in to "protect" her.

FFS leave them to defend themselves as you would if it were a bloke.

boroboy75 Posted on 19/9 16:45
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Superbok, no need to get upset?
I bet your lip was quivering when you typed most of your juvenile insults in response to me.

janplanner Posted on 19/9 16:50
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i don't require protecting from an internet warrior like yourself, kind of pathetic really. and whether i'm female or not has nowt to do with it, people are only pointing out what a cowardly fool you look.

chorleyphil Posted on 19/9 16:52
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Multiple arguements and counter claims..... This has got 400 written all over it!!

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:53
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Why am I cowardly?

You're a nutter Jan, you post something disparaging, I take the p1ss out of you and suddenly I'm a coward.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 19/9 16:54
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Right im off home.

Laters everyone!

Have a nice night in under the watchful eye of ur keeper/wife boroboy75.

x

trodbitch Posted on 19/9 16:54
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boro_boy_84, that's only because some people on here (yourself included) seem to take great pleasure in singling out women to have a rant at them. I find it incredibly hard to believe that you are *that* bothered about what people say about aldi or people who shop there.

I said "Just park across two mother and child spots *on top* of a disabled person." at the top and you didn't bother to pick up on that. You know why? Because it didn't give you the chance to have a go at jan which you wouldn't have bothered doing were she under some username you haven't jousted with before.

You are very creepy and very sad. You obviously have some sort of chip on your shoulder when it comes to women.

boroborob Posted on 19/9 16:55
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I never park in a disabled spot. I have no problem with parking in parent and child spots, and do so regularly.

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 16:56
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I've got no problem with women, I just took exception to what Jan said.

Why if you disagree with a woman on here must you have a problem with women?

rob_fmttm Posted on 19/9 17:07
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This thread has got a little out of line - just a little. To the new Boro Boy - if you think you can come on here and start on someone like that then just forget it. Go home and sleep on it. I'd be well freaked if someone started churning out all that info about me and hurling insults.

And so I don't get accused of favouritism will everyone stop picking on Boroboy75 - don't you know he is a message board institution? He should be respected as such.

Seriously calm down and this isn't how we deal with things round here - wind ups etc and banter is all part of it - but not hurling insults at one another. No way.

Calm it -

boro_boy_84 Posted on 19/9 17:14
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Rob, you've clearly overlooked the fact that I was not the one who started making disparaging comments.

Tho clearly she's part of your clique so I expect I'll be banned soon for daring to disagree with a clique member.

SuperBokSupper Posted on 21/9 14:40
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I got told off by a morrisons man today for attemting to park in parent and child spot!

They clearly did not believe my workmate was my dad

poor from more reasons that