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  1. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    Massive Cringe.

    You reek of envy. Have I been sponsored to lose weight? I don’t recall but I hope it was Krispy Kremes doing the sponsoring.

    Left home? Chucked out for been ****, or more likely locked up for been dosile ****.
     
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    Barchullona Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I keep reading about the well off, successful younger generations in Hull happy with their interesting, well paid jobs. That is why nothing was closing down and everything was booming before the pandemic,
     
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    Do you mean docile, o intelligent one?
     
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  4. Sir Cheshire Ben

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    Sorry, been a senile old **** you’ll have forgotten the board joke of “stop been dosile ****”. You sad bitter dosile old ****.
     
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    Writes the sad bitter tub of lard.
     
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    With all this snow about, there should be some creative images from the pissing contests going on !
    Must be a symptom of the times?
     
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    No snow here, and not much worth reading on here either.
     
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  8. Sir Cheshire Ben

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    I’m happy, agreeable & hate lard. Get you battery on charge your running low with excess boring repetitiveness. It’ll be spelling mistakes next.

    You shouldn’t be wasting your final years making **** jokes on here. Having people laugh at your embarrassing fat jokes. Maybe go for some 12v exercise.
     
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    Got a bee in your bonnet about mobility scooters, haven't you? Can still walk down to the pub, which is the main thing.
     
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    I wasn't going to read this thread but i'm glad I did now. Going through the posts and whats been written to each other has really made my heart glow.
    You can feel the love.
     
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    Hope you check things more than this bloke before sending them out to pupils.<laugh>
    Though readingbthe headline I thought the offensive thing about owls was them being connected to Sheffield Wednesday.

    https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/new...hool-apologises-after-asking-children-4896111
     
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  12. Steven Toast

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    I mean it's pretty generalised; all but two of my closest friends (out of 10) are working professionals and one is a private contractor who makes more than I do. The aims have changed for many people; getting on the property ladder isn't seen as the immediate need that it once was, likewise marriage and children. Of that circle I mentioned, only three of us have children and only two of us are married. Being married, owning a house, going to university, these things don't validate you as a person like they once did, I'd say society is far more accepting of different attitudes than it once was and that's reflected in the housing and jobs market. Technology has also changed things massively, it's made the world a lot smaller and therefore a lot easier to make money out of. There are people on Youtube who talk for ten minutes about nothing in particular and they make millions.

    The needs and wants of society shift as time goes by, what applies to one generation doesn't necessarily apply to another. The generation of my daughter will be better than mine, technologically, scientifically and almost certainly spiritually. Everything will be easier for them and that's exactly what I want for her.
     
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    What about walking back ?
     
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    Yes. Though I cover more ground.
     
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    I don’t mind them. It’s ****s like you driving them, shouting out unfunny & embarrassing fat jokes that’s a pain in the arse.

    You can’t walk anywhere you unfit ****.
     
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    I’d let ya.
     
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    So, who are all these poor young people struggling against adversity and who will never have the things the selfish boomers took for granted we hear so much about? Never seen a documentary on the TV about how much better off and happier young people are nowadays. Seen lots of doom and gloom ones though.
    Because your circle of friends are professionals means nothing. That is just a few people.Go around the pubs in Hull and see how many groups of professionals are sat about.
     
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    I hardly use it. And when I do don't shout out. Even at obese ****s blocking the pavement.
     
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  19. Sir Cheshire Ben

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    You probably not got a good shout in you, with your dying lungs.
     
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    But that's society in general, there are people who are successful and people who aren't. Most of the people I've met or seen sat in pubs around Hull are my father's generation, born in the 50s by the looks of them. I'd wager many had to sit through the problems brought on by the trawler industry decline, so it won't have been peaches and cream for them either.

    It is harder for young people to buy property, but that doesn't necessarily mean all of them are trying to. Not everybody wants to go to university, even though it's much easier to do so today than it was 50 years ago. It's horses for courses; happy people don't make for good tv so there's never going to be a documentary about how well people working on the internet are doing.
     
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