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Offline Trefignath

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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #96 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1425 »
I've just seen a bloke dressed up in a pink "Duracell Bunny" costume hanging about in a nearby Tesco Convenience Store.

I know that jobs are scarce and that, and he was probably sent to do this by the local Jobcenter or loose his "benefit", but what a bastud thing to get a grown man to do eh?

Can I complain some more about this on here or  have I said enough already?
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #97 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1431 »
How do you know he wasn't just a nutter?
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #98 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1434 »
He might be doing it for this Comedy Relief thing yeah.
For examle, I am going out tonight to get rip roaringly drunk and then brighten up my neighbourhood by singing jovial songs when I return home at 2am.
I haven't even been sponsered.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #99 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1443 »
How do you know he wasn't just a nutter?

I don't and I was not in a frame of mind to ask just in case he might have been.

He might be doing it for this Comedy Relief thing yeah.
For examle, I am going out tonight to get rip roaringly drunk and then brighten up my neighbourhood by singing jovial songs when I return home at 2am.
I haven't even been sponsered.

True enough. But see my reply to Wils above.

Could I say in passing that it's very good of you to give up your Friday evening in such an unselfish. After all you  could  spend the time with Wants To Be Mrs Llainy in front of the telly. Or even doing some of those essential domestic tasks that are such a joy to carry out.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #100 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1449 »
Indeed, Tref.
Does anybody have any requests for songs for me to sing on my way home at 2am to delight the neighbours?
And would anyone like to sponsor me ?
It's a pound for every pint I have, so you'd probably only have to part with 12.
Maybe 15 if I go out at 6 o clock.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #101 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1453 »
I'll sponsor a drunken out of tune rendition of "Hiiime inthe mood for luuurve..."

In the key of G if you can manage it.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #102 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1456 »
Many thanks Tref.
Does it matter if I sometimes slip into "I'm in the mood for dancing" sometimes aswell ?
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #103 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 1931 »
I've just seen a bloke dressed up in a pink "Duracell Bunny" costume hanging about in a nearby Tesco Convenience Store.

I know that jobs are scarce and that, and he was probably sent to do this by the local Jobcenter or loose his "benefit", but what a bastud thing to get a grown man to do eh?

Can I complain some more about this on here or  have I said enough already?

I want to know what where you doing in or near to Tesco when it's Friday, i thought Thursday was Netto day i will make a complaint......

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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #104 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 2225 »
I would like to and have done in person about the following.  The calling TESCO (or other shop) a convenience store.  This one can go in the Mericanisms complaint as well.  I went to the Spar shop to get some milk and I would like to complain about this too.  When I gets there, there are only two pint bottles of milk in the skimmed milk section but in the semi-skimmed and full heart attack milk, loads and loads of four pint bottles.  It would be ok to get two, two pint bottles as you would have the same amount of milk when you get home but, have you seen the price?  And they had put the price up too!  To get two bottles of two pints each it costs about 30p more than buying a single four pint bottle.

I said all of the above to the lady at the till and she said that it was a fair point and she rang the bell and the manager came over.  I explained the same thing again to the manager and asked why they never had four pint bottles of skimmed milk, the shelf is always empty, suggesting that they sell out of the most popular milk and that they should get more skimmed milk in.  She said that they would get more skimmed milk in.  Again I asked why the price was so high on the milk and the manager said 'we are a convenience store'.  I must admit that I did snap a bit and said 'no your not, your not Merican.  It's a shop'.

I go to ALDI for my milk now.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #105 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 2258 »
Well at least you don't make petty complaints.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #106 on: Friday 13 March 2009, 2301 »
30p a day isn't petty.

It adds up to over 100 pounds in a year...on milk
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #107 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 0853 »
You have a point Rasc. My boys drink a lot of milk and coupled with using it for cookiing and on cereals etc it goes quickly. We buy 5 litres of half fat, which is I suppose semi skimmed, on Saturday and it's usually gone by Thursday. Last year in Tesco HH I was hard put to find any semi-skimmed in cartons bigger than a pint, usually the smaller cartons were available ( G thought they were drink sized packs and proceeded to glug away - they weren't though) I was annoyed because buying a number of the smaller cartons is not only more expensive but inconvenient and not environmentally friendly at all. This happened nearly every time we went there but there was always loads of full fat available.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realise that the semi-simmed and skimmed milk is more popular - so they should indeed make allowances and put more out in larger packs.
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.

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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #108 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 1123 »
Yeah, and it's still a shop and not a convenience store.  I should have asked for a dollars worth of candy.

All that extra packaging, I remember when you could leave the bottles outside your front door at night and the faeries would come and take them away and swop them for full ones that the tits would peck at the foil.  Tits.
IT IS RASCALS BIRTHDAY BEFORE MONKEY FIDDLERS!!! STILL!!!      
Oooh, it's all "Wils, Wils, Wils!"
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #109 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 1201 »
Excellent complaints once again.
However, I would like to complain about hangovers and neighbours who do not seem to appreciate normal decent people doing their bit for Comedy Relief by singing songs at 2.30 am on their way home.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #110 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 1203 »
Orrrrr yeah, tits pecing the foil tops and Nainy's lying in wait to scare them so they'd know not to mess with their milk. Or leaving notes for the milkfairy asking for an extra bokkle today please dol.

What was the song Llainy, perhaps their objections lay in the genre?
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.

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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #111 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 1214 »
I gave a stunning rendition of Showaddywaddy's classic Under The Moon Of Love followed by I Am Sailing by Rod Stewart.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #112 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 1220 »
I cannot imagine how anyone could object to such musical delightery.

Honestuhgodyeah Some People!
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #113 on: Saturday 14 March 2009, 1714 »
Arrgian! 'I am Sailing' -- good choice yeah.

Did you manage to get you know who to do  a duet with you?
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #114 on: Sunday 15 March 2009, 2116 »
I would like to complain about having a rubbish memory.  I had a brilliant complaint that led into something else to complain about and would you believe it?  I forgot what it was about.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #115 on: Sunday 15 March 2009, 2125 »
Have you tried tying a knot in your hankie?
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #116 on: Sunday 15 March 2009, 2129 »
Is there a cunning plan to merge this thread with this one?

hmmm...

while we have time let us do good

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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #117 on: Sunday 15 March 2009, 2311 »
Is there a cunning plan to merge this thread with this one?

hmmm...



I shall make a complaint about that Carny as it states on the title to ignore this thread it seems an outrage if you ask me.

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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #118 on: Monday 16 March 2009, 0931 »
I would like to complain about people complaining in threads other than this complaining one.
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Re: Llaingoch's Complaints Corner And That
« Reply #119 on: Monday 16 March 2009, 1038 »
I would like to complain about cracking my toe on a chair this morning whilst getting out of bed, then having to endure the pain for at least ten minutes... This is an outrage  :'(
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