Petty irritants in life that get you way more furious than is justified?

Haggis

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1000th reply, fuck we are a bunch of petty whiners here. :lol:

First World problems are still problems, though. :bart

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They’re just practical ffs, you’re reading into it way to much. They’ve never been popular here but we’re great when it’s not summer, as they offer a little head insulation, a good amount of sunscreen and fold flat so are easily taken off and stored when inside. Wow, how to make a fucken mini series out of a handy, everyday item of clothing :lol:
I Have no issue with it myself. Folk can wear what they like. Particularly folk like yourself who aren't copying a TV show.

I mean, I doubt you are dressing like a binman from 1910 the way these lads do.

I've got a cousin who's a barber, and he dresses like Bill the Butcher from Gangs of New York.

Its a cultural thing here in the UK, it's not just a practical item of clothing.
 

Haggis

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When you buy a new brand of "Trail Mix" for snacking on at work, but the packaging conceals the contents, and then it turns out that 50% of it is bullshit fucking stupid cashews.

And then after you have already bought, opened and been disappointed by them, you discover that by NZ law, bags of mixed nuts have to have the % of how much of each printed on the back of the bag. So you could have figured out that it was half cashews while still at the supermarket, and just put them back on the shelf. If you'd just paid attention. :patsch

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Trail

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People who spend £4/5 on a cup of coffee or tea at somewhere like Costa. I did it once outside Wembley Stadium as I was bullied into it by ex-missus Trail. Got a couple of slices of toast too. Best part of £15. Fuck that shit, never again.
 
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People who spend £4/5 on a cup of coffee or tea at somewhere like Costa. I did it once outside Wembley Stadium as I was bullied into it by ex-missus Trail. Got a couple of slices of toast too. Best part of £15. Fuck that shit, never again.
Yeah fucking madness. Through work have deals these types all the time. 2 doors down be a greasy spoon where tea is a quid but turn nose up at it.
 
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Trail

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Yeah fucking madness. Through work have deals these types all the time. 2 doors down be a greasy spoon where tea is a quid but turn nose up at it.
Some of the best cups of tea and full English breakfasts have been had in greasy spoon cafes, all for less than a tenner. I'm not paying £5 for a cup of tea/coffee and another £5 for two slices of toast.
 
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There is absolutely no justification for the price of a cup of tea. It's a teabag and some hot water. Maybe a tiny bit of milk.

I know there will be overheads to cover, but the profit margin on a cup of tea must be huge.
 
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I used to think they reclaimed cost through work as expenses but found out recently it's on them. Not sure ever earn enough justify best part 5 quid on a tea.
 

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Private registration plates.

If you buy a new jumper you don't put your name/initials on it, so why would you do so on a fucking car?
 
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It's the badge of a complete weapon. I've never understood the reasoning behind it.
Even worse are those dills who get a vanity plate with the model or make of the car they're driving on it.

Not only are they wankers, they have zero imagination or creativity.
 
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