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    Programmes such as Geordie Shore.
    People who reckon they can park where they like (on the pavement , on bends ect) and receive now ticket because it's not classed as double yellows!!

    Many more but I can't really think right now, the list would go on and on.

    Oh people who won't wear a helmet when riding a bike. Reeeally annoys me


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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    If you like whiny arrogance tbh. Don't expect much from bands inspired by rubbish like the Beatles, but their music is poor and the Gallagher brothers are completely unlikeable
    About time someone said it.
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    Telephone cold callers that call you up and speak in an almost indecipherable Mumbai accent saying "Hello sir, my name is James Taylor, I am calling to let you know blah blah blah"
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    People should also not be allowed to have more then one pet.
    Why not?
    We got two dogs and they had babies and partner so now we have 5. What do you suggest we do with the puppies?? Are we meant to get rid of one of the parents????


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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    Why not?
    We got two dogs and they had babies and partner so now we have 5. What do you suggest we do with the puppies?? Are we meant to get rid of one of the parents????


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    Just saying if you live in a small urban environment then by rule heavily applies.
    Should have got your dogs neutered.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Public smoking
    Loud exhausts
    Rough sleepers and beggers
    Certain religious attire
    Human charity stands
    Provocative clothing
    Cheap alcohol
    what?!
    why? I drink and I have absolutely no problems because I'm a responsible person - why can't the state assume this fact? why should it treat me like I'm a bloody child? I don't understand the logic at all; if people aren't responsible enough to have it at a market price, why are they responsible at all to drink it?
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    (Original post by zippity.doodah)
    what?!
    why? I drink and I have absolutely no problems because I'm a responsible person - why can't the state assume this fact? why should it treat me like I'm a bloody child? I don't understand the logic at all; if people aren't responsible enough to have it at a market price, why are they responsible at all to drink it?

    Good point but i believe that we heavily tax and increase the price of such commodities
    The extra influx of taxed commodities should be invested towards making Britain cleaner.
    People shouldn't really be stocking up on cheap booze for a Sunday night, nor should they also be smoking a fag around the corner whislt littering buds.
    Also fast food joints
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Most of the animals we eat are not in our natural 'food chain', and they can pretty much all be substituted with non-meat e.g. protein based nutritional sources :holmes:
    true, but i more specifically meant red meat and stuff which is part of our balanced diets, but im a vegetarian so i my point is invalid :l
 
 
 
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