IdleRich

IdleRich
Ah... might explain it. I didn't want to say that I was disappointed but I had logged in to this rubbing my hands together with glee expecting volumes of insults rage-typed in capitals as years of pent up frustration exploded violently across twitter, careless as to who might be caught up and horrifically burned in the blast... only to be met with three tepid lines that barely added up to a disagreement. Couldn't believe I'd had my secretary clear my whole morning just for that!
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Still waiting to read his book. It's at my parents' place along with a load of other stuff, all of which Das is refusing to send over due to increased costs it will face thanks to Brexit... which he fucking voted for of course.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Still waiting to read his book. It's at my parents' place along with a load of other stuff, all of which Das is refusing to send over due to increased costs it will face thanks to Brexit... which he fucking voted for of course.
I remember we talked a while ago about the phenomenon of dads getting radicalised by the Daily Telegraph - my dad supported Brexit too (and only didn't vote Leave because my mum wanted to vote Remain so they agreed they both wouldn't vote) - difference being that my dad WAS LIVING IN FUCKING FRANCE AT THE FUCKING TIME.
 

woops

is not like other people
I remember we talked a while ago about the phenomenon of dads getting radicalised by the Daily Telegraph - my dad supported Brexit too (and only didn't vote Leave because my mum wanted to vote Remain so they agreed they both wouldn't vote) - difference being that my dad WAS LIVING IN FUCKING FRANCE AT THE FUCKING TIME.
"When they said Brexit means Brexit i din't think they meant that Brexit meant Brexit," spat the disgusted Old Father Tea.
 
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