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Aug 2016
3:42pm, 17 Aug 2016
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Winded
Potholes - we have ben making roads for hundreds of years it can't be that hard for a rich country like ours to have working ones can it?
Aug 2016
3:48pm, 17 Aug 2016
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Autumnleaves
Cold callers - despite having signed up to the TPS we are periodically bombarded, now Twiglet has graduated we seem to be getting some for her too from people selling life insurance. We don't answer the landline now unless we recognise the number.
Aug 2016
4:27pm, 17 Aug 2016
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Oscar the grouch
So far we have...

1. Traffic news

2. Party political broadcasts
3. Road user idiots
4. Potholes
5. Mobile phone idiots (I refuse to put all mobile phones in)
6. Cold callers of any sort
Aug 2016
9:39pm, 17 Aug 2016
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Winded
I feel a deathmatch poll coming on
Aug 2016
1:31pm, 18 Aug 2016
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Surrey Phil
Highway maintenance is a bit like IT. If they do the job properly first time so that the product is good, the workforce would ultimately be redundant.
Mar 2017
10:19am, 31 Mar 2017
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Oscar the grouch
Seeds in bread. Just wrong.
Apr 2017
7:19pm, 24 Apr 2017
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Wriggling Snake
Squishy Sliced White
Apr 2017
7:34pm, 24 Apr 2017
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Diogenes
Wheeled suitcases and their pilots
Apr 2017
9:55am, 25 Apr 2017
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Seratonin
Biased referees ;-)

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