Why are leavers such numpties

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by chippie244, Mar 24, 2018.

  1. ...and has the measure of you.

    Hang on, that doesn't mean I'm agreeing with you on the other stuff...
     
  2. PhilSo

    PhilSo Screwfix Select

    Totally agree :D
     
  3. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    9/10 cats do. 1/10 use cat nav
     
    Joe95, btiw2 and PhilSo like this.
  4. PhilSo

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    I
    I've never said anything offensive to him.
    He can't say the same!
     
  5. That might be 'cos he is more rude than you or because only one of you 'deserved' it. :)
     
  6. PhilSo

    PhilSo Screwfix Select

    I posted a little light older man humour on one of his posts.
    He took offence and suggested that I go forth and multiply.
    Totally unnecessary :(
     
  7. btiw2

    btiw2 Screwfix Select

    Joking apart. I think that’s forums’ contribution to society.

    I like the written word. Even - no - especially nonsense.

    No, seriously. Nearly everyone here is capable of writing in complete sentences, is able to put their point across (no matter how misguided) and construct a logical argument (that’s a stretch - humour me). That’s pretty cool.

    I assume few of us are linguists, poets or novelists. Yet we all try and arrange combinations of 26 characters into imperfect representations of the thoughts in our heads. Some of the time we succeed.

    Even if we don’t agree with what’s being said, surely Da, we can have one of your valued merit points for effort?
     
  8. I like the written word too nearly as much as what you do.

    But if I were to hand out merits for the best words, you'd get most of them 'cos you are better than what I am.

    There's a problem, tho' - do I really give out 'likes' for the best words, if I dislike what these words are trying to say when they are put together?

    Dilemma.

    Yes, Mr Har's use of 'allay' was impressive. And my use of 'rebut' was cribbed from my current book. But you cannot remove your 'like'.
     

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