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What really grinds your gears.

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Maverick, Apr 27, 2011.

  1. Stevie S

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    Carra starting the 'he's 38 next season' early
     
  2. Liverpool-law

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    The thing is, given where we are in all competitions and the number of games we have played already, with hopefully 7 more to go, I would say if anything the rotation has been minimal. I'm guessing we might see even heavier rotation in one or two games yet this season (Villa after Spurs, Southampton after Chelsea).
     
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    I know delivery drivers have a tough job and their time is important, but do they really need to use the doorbell,the letter box and bang on the door all in the space of 2 seconds? With everybody else in my house addicted to Asos,Sheen and Boohoo we get a lot of them calling,and almost to a man they all go to town on the door like there's a fire. One even broke the flap on my letterbox. Calm down lads.
     
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    Fuck me I'm getting roasted here for my shopping unloading problem.

    I must start planning from the back from now on and you might leave me alone. :):)
     
  5. GaryMc

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    Flicking through the Facebook there.

    HSE changed their profile picture to have colours of Rainbow flag.

    The comments underneath are a sad reflection of Irish society.
     
  6. Gerry

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    Similar happens across lfc social media channels when they do it or post about rainbow laces.

    Mad world
     
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  7. Stevie S

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    People who leave the tops of beans, puree, sweetcorn and the likes hanging off the tin after they've been opened.
    They are adding absolutely nothing to the freshness only getting in the way

    Or the undercover to butter. Pointless
     
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    Is there people storing things in fridges in tins :-@
     
  9. bobby benitez

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    The undercover on the butter can be useful if the tub is dropped. It also stops fiends from using both ends of the tub.
     
  10. Stevie S

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    Definitely sweetcorn and puree in our house. We'd probably go all out and eat the beans in one go to be fair
     
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    I like the butter to go down evenly myself and don't like a chunk missing
     
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    Dangerous practice to be fair. Honestly pal buy a few plastic tubs with lids and use them instead.
     
  13. robbie st leger

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    Unless there’s something of greater height then the tub would be fine anyways as there is always close to an inch depth in before you reach any actual butter/spread so the product itself shouldn’t realistically be in danger even if the tub fell on the ground upside down ??
     
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    The butter shield protects from miscreants spreading toast crumbs all over the butter too, at least it's just in one little area! As for tins being left in the fridge I think they recommend that you take them out of their original cans once they're opened because once oxidisation starts you end up with tin contaminating the food, take them out of the tin store them in something like a plastic tub.

    That's without getting into the risk of someone cutting themselves off the open edge of one of them cans!
     
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    He's playing a dangerous game, I hope he has his affairs in order.
     
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    Would usually use a knife or spoon to take out the puree and the beans get poured but the sweetcorn involves some fingers in the tin so that gets a but close for comfort and requires concentration
     
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    People live tweeting their Dublin Airport experience like they're war correspondents on the ground in Mariupol. Some people are having real bad experiences and you wouldn't begrudge them the blow by blow account, but for the vast majority it's longer queues than before and looking at overflowing bins. Calm down.
     
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