A bit council (Vol 4)

A bit council (Vol 4)

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Scrump

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14,326 posts

124 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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nonsequitur

18,002 posts

82 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Calling Austin Smurk ! As you are our portal to the true council world, hurry and get on the new volume. Austin, are you there?shouttype

austinsmirk

4,233 posts

89 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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I’m here and I’m in. I’ll start with a quick one. Got a tenant known as Donna10.

Why you ask?

Donna 10 kids.


NoVetec

9,964 posts

139 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Swampy1982 on Vol 3 said:
Read that earlier.

"Victim"

"Didn't have a choice" - or words to that effect.

Okay, maybe he needed a laptop for work, but perhaps save up for a cheaper, second-hand option?

As for the television...

Don1

14,523 posts

174 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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austinsmirk said:
I’m here and I’m in. I’ll start with a quick one. Got a tenant known as Donna10.

Why you ask?

Donna 10 kids.
Not down to 10 kids, one assumes?

Megaflow

7,538 posts

191 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Vol 4, council?

hehe

Henners

11,332 posts

160 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Deffo not robbed.

GoFigure

302 posts

139 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Of course not

kowalski655

12,101 posts

109 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Interesting decorations smile

Frank7 said:
Bardzo dobrze kowalski, you win by a country mile.
I had to google that Frank, as Im an Ilford boy smile

(And therefore 110% council)

Edited by kowalski655 on Tuesday 5th March 21:03

Frank7

6,619 posts

53 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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kowalski655 said:
Interesting decorations smile

Frank7 said:
Bardzo dobrze kowalski, you win by a country mile.
I had to google that Frank, as Im an Ilford boy smile

(And therefore 110% council)

Edited by kowalski655 on Tuesday 5th March 21:03
Don’t put yourself down ski, I had a flat off Green Lane, near Goodmayes Station when I first got married, my chav in-laws, from Bermondsey, thought that their little girl had hit the jackpot when they came to visit beautiful downtown Ilford.
I put bardzo dobrze, as I figured that you may be from Poznań, with a name like kowalski.

talksthetorque

9,064 posts

101 months

Tuesday 5th March 2019
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Let's get the ball rolling with some old favourites, all of which actually happened today.

I had Pizza hut buffet lunch in Bas Vegas today.
Just to make sure I was getting my council quota in, I went down the road to Asda's.
I saw a kid about eight in pyjamas and bare feet - climbing up the shelves.
The child and its parents had red curly hair and a difficult to understand irish style accent.
And they were of course buying sleeves of the cheapest extra long fags with some £20s pulled off a roll about the size of the forearm of the 2017 wker of the year.

berlintaxi

8,535 posts

139 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Full blown council, even features the ubiquitous council JD Sports bag.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6773491/S...

kev1974

4,016 posts

95 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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berlintaxi said:
Full blown council, even features the ubiquitous council JD Sports bag.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6773491/S...
I feel sorry for the granddaughter just sitting on the chair seeing and hearing that all kick off.

V8mate

44,657 posts

155 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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berlintaxi said:
Full blown council, even features the ubiquitous council JD Sports bag.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6773491/S...
I guess the CCTV is to alert them of 'out of hours' Police arrivals?

nonsequitur

18,002 posts

82 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Henners said:


Deffo not robbed.
A pylon the verge.

alorotom

9,419 posts

153 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Henners said:


Deffo not robbed.
I just don’t understand:
A) who would want them enough to pay for them; and
B) what on earth would they be used for outside of the ‘correct’ usage

shtu

2,215 posts

112 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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NoVetec said:
Read that earlier.

"Victim"

"Didn't have a choice" - or words to that effect.

Okay, maybe he needed a laptop for work, but perhaps save up for a cheaper, second-hand option?

As for the television...
God, you can see the adverts now...

"Did you buy something from a pay-weekly shop? You may have paid exactly what the terms said you would! Put in your compo claim now. Mr Thicakasmince from Darlington got £3000!"

Gary29

3,344 posts

65 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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alorotom said:
I just don’t understand:
A) who would want them enough to pay for them; and
B) what on earth would they be used for outside of the ‘correct’ usage
For putting on your fake electric fence to keep the popo or bailiffs away silly!

Baby Shark doo doo doo doo

13,496 posts

135 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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austinsmirk said:
I’m here and I’m in. I’ll start with a quick one. Got a tenant known as Donna10.

Why you ask?

Donna 10 kids.
Wouldn't fancy her kebab hurl

kowalski655

12,101 posts

109 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Frank7 said:
kowalski655 said:
Interesting decorations smile
Frank7 said:
Bardzo dobrze kowalski, you win by a country mile.
I had to google that Frank, as Im an Ilford boy smile
(And therefore 110% council)
Don’t put yourself down ski, I had a flat off Green Lane, near Goodmayes Station when I first got married, my chav in-laws, from Bermondsey, thought that their little girl had hit the jackpot when they came to visit beautiful downtown Ilford.
I put bardzo dobrze, as I figured that you may be from Pozna?, with a name like kowalski.
I used to live near there as a toddler(50+ years ago!!!) Then moved out to Chigwell(the non posh bit),via Barkingside
Kowalski comes from the "hero" of Vanishing Point
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