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 Post subject: You know what really grinds my gears?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 11:20 am 
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Yesterday google kept on dropping a menu down the side but it's stopped now and youtube looks a lot different when logged in. Unfortunately they've wasted space with social media connections that I don't want and can't get rid of.


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 Post subject: You know what really grinds my gears?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 2:27 pm 
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Yeah they're gradually getting away from why people like to use them. It was a search engine with no other crap cluttering up the page, unlike something like Yahoo

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The BBC has gone and changed too. I'm an old man, I fear change.

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 Post subject: You know what really grinds my gears?
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Leasehold managment companies. :el:

I'll say no more, as the Pain in Arses might stalk me. :lol:


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 Post subject: You know what really grinds my gears?
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How hard is it to put milk back in the fridge?

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That depends if you're a person who puts the milk back in the fridge or not(ie hasn't grown up and may not have even left home yet).


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It's at work. Go for a cuppa and the milk's just sitting out on the worktop over the fridge.

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Just cos they're at work doesn't mean they don't expect Mum to clear up after them. :D


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Some of my housemates seem to think mum will clean up after them. -_- This guys mum lives in JAPAN for feck sake!


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Why do the arseholes that tailgate on the motorway think that flashing their lights is going to make me move out of the way any faster? I find that's the perfect opportunity to lift off the throttle slightly and maybe stay in "their" lane a little longer than I might otherwise have done whilst overtaking the lorry that was overtaking a lorry.


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I do the whole slow down thing if the person behind me is on their mobile. And if I can justify it, I'll try and get slow enough for them to have to shift gears.

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Nice. I normally save proper slowing down for the A+ arseholes that tailgate in high speed high density motorway traffic. That way if/when there's an incident ahead I have time to brake without gaining a new boot ornament.


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Someone flashing me usually results in a few presses of the - button on the cruise :)

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:shifty: Never done that myself :shifty:


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Game cancelled or deleted my pre-order for Mass Effect 3 CE weeks ago with no refund of points spent towards it because there was no more sign of my order at all.

I thought don't threat get it in store some one is bound to not collect their order because they don't have the cash but now game isn't getting any at all.. :cry: and I have no clue of a retailer that still has a copy.


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