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Unexpected reaction.

Post by Cabernet » 22 Oct 2016, 09:09

I live in a cul-de-sac on the "thermometer" bulb. Up the road a bit is a 4b owner with a stomping great lump in it. He has early starts and each morning around 0430, he does a 3 point turn. Now he is gentle on the gas but the gruph exhaust still penetrates. Saw him yesterday tinkering on said 4b. So I walked down the street and requested with a smile if he could do his 3 point turn before he parks up rather than in the morning when leaving. He turned it round within 10 minutes and I woke about an hour ago. He had left for work before then I assume.
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Post by lee » 22 Oct 2016, 10:55

What is a 4b?

Im pondering what to do over the person that lives behind me.

They got a dog and she stands at the back door at about 11.30 every night with the thing barking its bollocks off.
She just stands there looking at it.

Options seem to be
1) shoot the dog.
2) shoot the woman.
3) shout "oi, shut that fucking dog up you fat fuck"
4) as i leave for work at 5.45, stop outside and rev the nuts off the bike, just to ensure it is properly warmed up.

Any suggestions?

Was also considering writing "selfish cunt" in daffodil bulbs in their front garden, ready for spring.

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Re: Unexpected reaction.

Post by Occams Razor » 22 Oct 2016, 11:30

lee wrote:What is a 4b?

Im pondering what to do over the person that lives behind me.

They got a dog and she stands at the back door at about 11.30 every night with the thing barking its bollocks off.
She just stands there looking at it.

Options seem to be
1) shoot the dog.
2) shoot the woman.
3) shout "oi, shut that fucking dog up you fat fuck"
4) as i leave for work at 5.45, stop outside and rev the nuts off the bike, just to ensure it is properly warmed up.

Any suggestions?

Wanna borrow my Sako TRG?

Was also considering writing "selfish cunt" in daffodil bulbs in their front garden, ready for spring.

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Re: Unexpected reaction.

Post by cupidstunt » 22 Oct 2016, 11:44

Cabernet wrote:I live in a cul-de-sac on the "thermometer" bulb. Up the road a bit is a 4b owner with a stomping great lump in it. He has early starts and each morning around 0430, he does a 3 point turn. Now he is gentle on the gas but the gruph exhaust still penetrates. Saw him yesterday tinkering on said 4b. So I walked down the street and requested with a smile if he could do his 3 point turn before he parks up rather than in the morning when leaving. He turned it round within 10 minutes and I woke about an hour ago. He had left for work before then I assume.
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Re: Unexpected reaction.

Post by Cabernet » 22 Oct 2016, 12:34

Occams Razor wrote:
lee wrote:What is a 4b?

Im pondering what to do over the person that lives behind me.

They got a dog and she stands at the back door at about 11.30 every night with the thing barking its bollocks off.
She just stands there looking at it.

Options seem to be
1) shoot the dog.
2) shoot the woman.
3) shout "oi, shut that fucking dog up you fat fuck"
4) as i leave for work at 5.45, stop outside and rev the nuts off the bike, just to ensure it is properly warmed up.

Any suggestions?

Wanna borrow my Sako TRG?

Was also considering writing "selfish cunt" in daffodil bulbs in their front garden, ready for spring.
Say "4b" out loud.

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Re: Unexpected reaction.

Post by lee » 22 Oct 2016, 13:30

Forbee?

You mean a 4x4 small cock compensating type vehicle?

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Post by lee » 22 Oct 2016, 13:33

Occams Razor wrote:
lee wrote:What is a 4b?

Im pondering what to do over the person that lives behind me.

They got a dog and she stands at the back door at about 11.30 every night with the thing barking its bollocks off.
She just stands there looking at it.

Options seem to be
1) shoot the dog.
2) shoot the woman.
3) shout "oi, shut that fucking dog up you fat fuck"
4) as i leave for work at 5.45, stop outside and rev the nuts off the bike, just to ensure it is properly warmed up.

Any suggestions?

Wanna borrow my Sako TRG?

Was also considering writing "selfish cunt" in daffodil bulbs in their front garden, ready for spring.

Lol.
Was thinking more along the lines of the scene with the air rifle in trainspotting, rather than outright assassination.

But now you mention it........

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Post by Clarkey » 22 Oct 2016, 14:31

The daffodils for definite, photos required

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Post by Cabernet » 22 Oct 2016, 16:13

lee wrote:Forbee?

You mean a 4x4 small cock compensating type vehicle?
Yep.

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Post by Cabernet » 23 Oct 2016, 20:18

He came home today and turned it round before parking up. Me happy bunny.
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