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    Waiting 6 1/2 hours + for a customer service rep to get back to an email whilst also having no telephone number to contact them.
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    (Original post by The_Mighty_Bush)
    Non-smokers
    Ex-smokers!
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    (Original post by The_Mighty_Bush)
    Monarchy
    yes!
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    (Original post by Simes)
    Already are, except on race tracks. What about race tracks - can they be an exception?

    I've done that when I couldn't get home because my car got towed (wrongly, actually). I had no alternative because of circumstance.

    Fair enough. That should have been stopped in the 80s and 90s when it really started taking off in London. Loads of people were predicting it would result in a return to Victorian conditions of people managing women with babies to beg professionally. We didn't expect the buggers to come all they way from Eastern Europe to do it though.

    Like what? :devil:

    I don't mind passive, quiet collecting (which is legal) but I can't stand the chuggers and I'd like them banned please.

    Like a "Still Hate Thatcher" t-shirt? Nah, don't like this one.

    Then I'll just make my own - oh, I already do!


    Extras:
    - spam;
    - cold calling;
    - pestering people in the street to convert to their religion;
    - setting down / picking up on the zig-zags outside schools;
    - non-disabled people using disabled spaces;
    - eating with your mouth open;
    - politicians being able to claim expenses we can't claim;
    - the Daily Mail.

    For religious attire I would ban a nicab,where the body and face is covered
    Yes graphic print t shirts is very crim and offensive
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    I have an email from an outsourced government service. I filled in an online form to make a complaint about part of the online service not working properly. The gist of the email is:


    From: [email protected]
    To: [email protected]

    Simes,

    That bit on "the home page" you said doesn't work, which page was it on?

    Regards
    Tracey
    xxx


    This email is private and confidential blah blah blah


    No email. No phone. How do I reply to Tracey? Our tax money paid for this service.
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    (Original post by ETRC)
    Good thing you don't run the country.

    I could return us back to the glory days of great Britain
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    smoking in a public place
    cold calls (phone calls or at the door)
    scams
    bullying
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    (Original post by Simes)
    Already are, except on race tracks. What about race tracks - can they be an exception?
    Most tracks have noise limits nowadays which are often lower than the legal road limits. Except during some races they're generally below 100db. It's bloody ridiculous that some Chavy smackhead can have a louder pipe on their Saxo than people can have on their race car / bike.

    Oh and soaps ought to made illegal on the grounds there so mind numbingly ****.
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    As well as emails with a "[email protected]" and no contact details being made illegal, how about banning standardised email signatures with nauseating and in-genuine platitudes?


    From: [email protected]
    To: [email protected]

    Simes,

    You useless stinking toe-rag. You are our most worthless customer and we all hate you.

    Now print out this email and the attached form, and fill them in properly this time or I'll go round there and poke your eyes out with a fork.

    With All My Kindest Regards,
    Tracey
    X ❤ X ❤ X


    Attached: PrintThisNow.doc

    Please consider the environment and do not print out this email.
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    Pin heads making list of things to be banned.
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    Alcohol
    Smoking
    Manufacture of cigarettes
    Pigs
    Reality TV


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    Homework
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Rough sleepers and beggers
    If TSR had an award for the most ridiculous post, this would win.
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    (Original post by Maker)
    Pin heads making list of things to be banned.
    Insults are not needed.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Insults are not needed.
    You are banned no exceptions.
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    (Original post by Balloon Baboon)
    If TSR had an award for the most ridiculous post, this would win.
    I am just stating in what the majority thinks.
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    Yodel
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    (Original post by Illegal Algebra)
    Alcohol
    Smoking
    Manufacture of cigarettes
    Pigs
    Reality TV


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    why pigs??? :sad: pigs are cute!!!!!
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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
    Why?
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    (Original post by Maker)
    You are banned no exceptions.
    Can I appeal?
 
 
 
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