Discussion in 'Taylor's Tittle-Tattle - General Banter' started by Diamond, Feb 7, 2019.
Must have been caused by all this wind… no wait..?
Now you're just spaghetting silly.
If you read the text first, the picture is extremely disappointing. I was hoping for total coverage of beans, with just the top of a slide poking out.
Yeah yeah get your ******* solicitor involved hun.
We all know It’ll be the Hull version of Uncle Jack wearing his massive rubber hands.
This is TVOR, no?
I genuinely noticed when it was 22:22 on 22-2-2022. I became aware of a strange sensation, a spirit if you will. Ah that’s right, someone texted me. I did point out that it wasn’t really that special until it’s the same time and date in the year 2222 so to text me again then.
What you remember.... IS FALSE!
Are the kids confined in any way? Maybe in a crawl space or bunker?
This is perfect:
That genuinely is what a lot of people class as "doing all they can".
I stand in solidarity with Jo. Can someone let them know as I don’t have Facebook.
It's the great reset people.
For the love of god please close those brackets when you open them. Does my nut in.
She's right of course. Communism through the backdoor. No-one can see this because of whatever they put in the vaccines blocks our receptors. There was no pandemic. It's all coming together for Russia and China.
Proof if needed that it is the perpetually dim witted that cause the panics:
Well, yeah, but it will come with a totally tropical taste.
Did you know that etymologically, 'brackets means 'balls?'
Also means hugs hun.
Ugh! It's sweaty in there!!!
David Baddiel wrote the following tweet last week:
“I see those who feel the reflex need to raise an idiot eyebrow of suspicion against whatever they feel is the mainstream narrative on covid or vaccination or masks are doing the same thing about the war in Ukraine. Almost as if their reflex need is their entire identity.”
It’s spot on. My brother in law’s loop the loop ex (and unfortunately mother of his kids), who refused to let their children even do lateral flow tests, never mind wear masks or get vaccinated, is now, with her equally thick partner, going full steam ahead with their views that the war isn’t real and is all a conspiracy. Unfortunately, because she has also removed their 12 year old daughter from school and is “home schooling” (ie no schooling), this is the only information the 12 year old is getting, as they refuse to watch the news (because, you know, it’s fake - unlike all the conspiracy theory websites they get their “facts” from).
That's so sad for the kids.
I think people like that are driven by a need to feel important and to feel like they are part of something "special", no matter how utterly ludicrous and unsupported it is. They are also desperate to feel "heroic" - like this bunch of cringeable social outcasts on an essentially self-indulgent, childish fantasy mission: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/59870550
It's is all utterly pathetic and selfish.
I’ll stick to the cheaper Aldi version then. Prefer the taste anyway.
I think it’s less of something special and more part of ‘anything’. A need, sometimes desperate for meaning. For community. For a feel of a family. For anyone who will hear them and respond to them. Never have so many felt so lonely.
It’s genuinely sad. But something that has been brewing for a long time. The results of a social media driven society for over a decade.
Can't your brother-in-law not apply for sole custody on the basis that the mother is not providing adequate education?
He’s in exactly those discussions with the Local Authority (not about sole custody but about the education). Apparently, there is a telephone follow up scheduled for April - this is for a child who was removed from school in September. It’s extraordinary that if your child is on the school register but they don’t go in you can be fined. However, if you simply call up and say that you’ve decided to home school your child, there is pretty much zero follow up.
That's shocking and tantamount to child neglect.
I am not a specialist in whatever the condition is that affects these people but Dunning Kruger definitely plays a part. I had some woman in a forum for Cypriots badgering me relentlessly because I didn't go along with her lunatic theories. She sent me YouTube links and kept saying things like 'it will all be revealed. I wonder what she did when there wasn't a big internet shut down, Trump leading an army against the pedo hollywood elite and a big exposure of the Jewish World Order.
She was clearly dumb but always spoke as if she was cleverer than I for not being aware of all this 'truth.' My older brother is a bit the Same. Arrogantly proclaiming his superiority on certain topics because he knows something I don't, even though that thing is completley false.
Don't trust the media is a reasonable mantra, but not when you don't possess the critical thinking to interpret what is likely to be correct and what isn't.
A lot of religious people / members of cults (there is no difference) are the same - condescending and patronising because they know and believe the "one truth". "Maybe one day you will realise" etc.
If you want to go in for nonsense, fine, but don't try and lord it over people asking for some evidence / facts.
As I said elsewhere: it is shockingly easy (and straightforward) to deregister a (your) child from education. This is frequently a route 'suggested' by a LA to 'avoid' fines for non-attendance. There are considerable hoops to jump through to re-register.
A Facebook community group I look at, someone has uploaded a picture of a large dog shyte on the pavement with the words ‘Not good is it?’
Most people seem to agree that, no it is not good, with one comment bemoaning that after having to avoid it out on the street they were then faced with a picture of it when having a relaxing scroll through Facebook.
Can you please share the pic for context?
No. There’s quite enough **** posted on here.