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  1. I've been on a couple of long bike rides to escape the jubilee. I go for comfort and drinking in the countryside, not Lycra, aggression and self-harming. The seat on my bike is as big as a footstool and I wear my joggers tucked into my socks and a baggy t shirt. I have a basket on the front where I can put my cool bag and other necessities and off I go at a slow pace escaping the norms. If I stop for a drink people say "are you ok?" because to them I look abnormal without all the expensive gear and they think I'm lost and demented because I'm not going hell for leather! I don't need a garmin to monitor me because I know the way, how far it is and I know I'm moving. I am actually burning the same calories as them but I just take longer and actually relax. I do it because I like it so the calories burnt are an extra. A bit off topic but I recommend it to get away from the mainstream torture now and again. 

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  2. My goodness! Why not a singular pronoun if it is one person, It, that, this? So if the fruit of your womb is washing up (well no realistically mine won't be, but let's pretend) and granny asks where Lesley is and you say "they are washing up". She'll say "what Lesley and Jimmy?" and then you'll say "no, just Lesley". And granny will be more demented than she already is. If it and that are insulting then so is they! It would have been better to create a new word like all the nice new covidisms that we know and love. 

  3. 7 hours ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

     

    I agree.

    I remember going for a walk with the kids or a run, and it was mainly baby-boomers who got abusive or jumped into hedges if you went near them. The pre-1945 types 74+ age group were rather more stoic.

     

    That said, those out then were likely the "braver" ones as many just locked themselves up.

     

    PS- I put "braver" in quotes as I really mean the gullible conquering their own delusional fears in a limited fashion.

     

    I think the English language lacks such a word - any suggestions?

     

    It really does require its own word - it is like the sheeple that will stray very slightly outside the paddock, before returning to the flock.

     

     

     

    By age and appearance I should have grown into a right Karen but I'm beginning to think I'm some kind of mutant or one of the cuckoo kids from Village of the Dambed. It's like I was planted on earth to appear as one thing but really be the other! Beware sheep!

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  4. It has always amazed me how people just believe things without question. I remember at a young age sussing people out even when I was persuaded otherwise, inside I knew. I went to a Catholic School and the teachers and their families lived locally and I was aware they were treated better than us. All the teachers kids were in the A class and I used to think it weird, seeing as some of them weren't even clever. 

     

    This is the problem with Covid, Ukraine etc. People instantly believe and show unflinching loyalty to the crap and they never learn otherwise. Look at all the paedophilia revelations over the recent past. We have learned that people in nice suits or in high positions of power can be evil. We have learned how they operate under the guise of being an upright citizen and we've consequently learned about psychopaths and killers (nearly every programme on TV is about this! Either this or parading naked people like cattle) but it's like people can't deal with the truth and prefer to pretend......la la la la...don't tell me......don't tell me. Ordinary folk who do this scare me more than anything because there are so many of them and they are dangerous as hell and so threatening!

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  5. 3 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Just judging by the posts on here from the MSM, and another today I found in GB news - it would seem like the Covid narrative is back in play. I would be quite surprised if folks fool for this one, coming into Spring and then summer............but nothing surprises me.

     

     

    Yes, I've noticed a marked uptake of shoppers rubbing Satan's semen on their hands and trolleys, holding me up getting into the damn shop! I feel like kicking them up the behind.

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  6. One of our local councillors - the worst of two evils who is so thick it hurts his head, organised a walk for Ukraine Awareness for all the local virtue signallers who used to bully everyone at school but now feel great on Facebook!.........And half of them got lost! 😂 In their own area! I think they needed Lassie to round em up - with em being sheep an all.

     

    Here is an example of how thick he is: A local man who went for a stroll a couple of years ago had the misfortune to nearly drown and needed rescuing by the Air Ambulance etc. Our councillor calls him a hero - a hero for falling in a lagoon and needing rescuing! Losing your marbles should be on that comprehensive Covid symptoms list. I am sure Ukrainians are happy now that our local sheep are aware of them.

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