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What rebelious things have you done in 2008?
I'm too open-minded to be rebellious, or something. Yeah that's all.
I tend to look at both sides and then fall inbetween when I can see the pros and cons of both, etc. I blame being a middle child.
So if you've been bought up in a strict house maybe leaving socks on the floor for two days would be rebellious (sp?) to you.
yet on with it you massive yawn.
and considering it didn't have anything to do with CG, I thought it was utterly pointless. BORING!!! (and yes, I realise the irony in me saying that).
that we were 'strongly advised' to sign if we still wanted a job. i refused and they haven't brought it up since. 1-0 wheeler.
it was a boderline illegal bit of puff that tried to make us responsible for the cost of any drive offs. but i did my best jimmy dean and waltzed straight past without getting ink on my fingers. take that fat cats.
a fairly old and well-to-do lady was buying lots of new clothes while her Dick Van Dykelike husband played about on her mobility scooter. When he pointed out the spider scurring about on the floor she got all hysterical, so I bent down to pick it up... her husband whispered to me "put it in the bag." So i dropped him in with her dresses and stuff, and we all walked, or drove, away grinning.
Serves her right for being scared of spiders.
forty years of badly mashed potatoes and you done him proud!
i went on strike 3 times, that's about it
and people didn't like the result, and once over the annual local government pay rise (think that was a national one).
I took her to the airport, waved her off, marched straight into WH Smith and bought 20 B&H. Aaaah.
Background: I quit smoking for medical reasons, and my missus goes nuts when I smoke
powerplay over me... with about four other people... but yeah, it probably cost me my job later on when they had to 'pick' who was out of there first. No matter - I got a better deal in the end. And she was waaaaaaaaay out of order and I was completely in the right... but I've not stood up to anyone like that professionally before and I felt I did the right thing.
There you go. Go me. I'm a rebel... and real tough...
and a few other things which I can't really talk about on here...
this was probably a lot closer to being stupid, than rebelious.
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But a lady never tells, mirri.
'A lady never tells boys'.
Those pesky girls know fucking everything though
and scott thats true. We just gossip amongst ourselves. That is how coffee mornings were born.
That's why I don't get Loose Women.
Not only is it shit, they're BROADCASTING all the stuff that's supposed to be said behind closed doors between themselves. They are betraying women all over the world by doing this.
So eveything that is meant to be secret still remains so.
for about a minute.
on BBC Radio 6. Just after all the Ross/Brand PC nonsense.
It didn't really matter though, I doubt anyone was listening
how did you guess?
Police took me to cash machine. £280 did the trick.
However...it was to pay for damage, turning it into a civil matter between me and the other party.
It wasn't my fault though (both times) and I was quite upset.
So not really that rebellious, then.
out of the door.
Refills should be free anyway like in America.
Did you jump over? That would be rebellious certainly!
No, it was one of those in-store branches in ASDA. The carbonated drinks dispenser is self-service.