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Old 25-03-2020, 09:17 AM
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had to go out to the shop this morning old guy on a mobility scooer failing to grasp distancing.

also a complete ass hope some one coughs on him..

ran in to me in the queue over my foot then gave me attitude after he jumped the queue
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Old 25-03-2020, 09:19 AM
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Me too!

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Old 25-03-2020, 02:25 PM
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Kudos to Muninn!

I also see that the doctor of deduction brilliance is deducing here as well, amazing, I am in awe of those deductions!

Anyhow, how did UK lockdown day one go folks?

We rapidly heading that way down under too, could be a week if not sooner.

But then again, in the states you got peeps like this buttholio...



So, most likely these types are also still out and about there as well folks, looking the share the virus, so staying at home (unless crucial) makes sense to me, and saves me ammo. I really hope that clown gets the full serve checkout ticket!

Surely home delivery would have been the right decision.

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Unf*ckinbelievable!!!!

On the back of that video posting the twat should be arrested and charged with culpable homicide.

"If I got it y'all gonna get it too".

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Old 25-03-2020, 02:33 PM
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had to go out to the shop this morning old guy on a mobility scooer failing to grasp distancing.

also a complete ass hope some one coughs on him..

ran in to me in the queue over my foot then gave me attitude after he jumped the queue
Was in Tesco's a couple of night back. Not that there is much in there but I can make a meal out of most things.

Was taking a couple of things off a shelf and two seriously fat women seemed to have misread meter as centimeter.

I was there first but had to step back from the shelf as they were using social distancing as a weapon to get whatever they wanted (which looking at their basket was absolutely everything and three of anything obviously didn't apply to them).

Some people out there would serously not be missed from the gene pool.
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Old 25-03-2020, 02:41 PM
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Was in Tesco's a couple of night back. Not that there is much in there but I can make a meal out of most things.

Was taking a couple of things off a shelf and two seriously fat women seemed to have misread meter as centimeter.

I was there first but had to step back from the shelf as they were using social distancing as a weapon to get whatever they wanted (which looking at their basket was absolutely everything and three of anything obviously didn't apply to them).

Some people out there would serously not be missed from the gene pool.
Some people just don't listen.....

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Old 25-03-2020, 02:46 PM
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...should be arrested and charged with culpable homicide.
See: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/0...artment-147821
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Old 25-03-2020, 04:57 PM
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Hiya friends , checking see if you all safe and ok , I'm doing ok , I'm not liking situation , things are to quiet , shops by me sold out certain items , but got rice and pasta in just incase awhile ago , just preying things don't get worse everything closing .
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TESCO did me proud today as most missing items were appropriately substituted.

Maria got her Wagon Wheels, but Sarah-Lou does now have a bit of a bread flour shortage.

The delivery chap said that TESCO had received a 1,000,000,000 (1 billion) increase in turnover these last few weeks, effectively meaning that there are 1 billion pounds worth of hoarded products sitting on peoples shelves...
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My mother and I (and the girls) are doing fine so far. I'm trying to work from home with limited access to online office files and we have been managing to get what we need from our local Morrisons and/or one of the other supermarkets without going over the top.

Sophie and the girls say "Hi!" and hope that everyone is okay out there
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Old 25-03-2020, 06:20 PM
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The delivery chap said that TESCO had received a 1,000,000,000 (1 billion) increase in turnover these last few weeks, effectively meaning that there are 1 billion pounds worth of hoarded products sitting on peoples shelves...
Much of which will likely go to waste......

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