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6 hours ago, Richey Edwards said:

The death squad are under strict instructions to shoot all dogs, weans, women and men in the marked buildings. In that order. Tell them its happening tonight.

There's no dogs left, Romanians have them all in vans now. 

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Just kill everyone in the local area.  No crime then.


That's overkill. Best just to catch and kill the criminals. Don't waste time with the courts or prisons, they are a dead loss. Let the police - or even better, the local militia - decide who deserves to be shot.

Save the animals.
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14 hours ago, kilbowie2002 said:

A couple of doors have been tried round my bit, i mentioned there is a community facebook page. Well the latest call is for residents to pay for private security patrols, because thats apparently a rational response to two incidents.

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On 10/10/2017 at 23:14, Gaz said:

There's a Facebook page called Old Falkirk In Pictures. Harmless enough, does exactly what it says more or less, although every so often we get people blaming the council for the fact no-one wants to shop in our dive of a town centre anymore.

Anyway, I digress. There's a lass in there who fancies herself as a poet. And every so often she posts absolutely shite poems that she's written.

Here's today's effort:

I felt so stupid 
How could it be
That night I lost
The ring given to me.
We searched everywhere 
But it could not be found 
Anywhere in the centre 
On the ground.
Had told my workmates 
Earlier that day too
Was so excited 
Didn’t know what to do.
Next day I was asked
‘ well show us the ring’
I was worried the reaction 
It would bring.
The tears would not stop
When I said it was gone
And told them all
What I had done.
When it was all demolished 
For the new Callendar Square 
It just made the hurt worse
More than I could bare.
The eternity ring
So lovingly given
Ground into the dust
By the vehicles driven.
Somewhere in there
Was my ring that I lost
No one would know
The emotional cost.
Of losing it quickly 
That fateful sad night 
Buried away
And out of sight.
Now as I read
On the Falkirk site
Another development 
Of this saga tonight.
To be auctioned off
Let’s hope this works out
For the people of Falkirk
To at least have some clout.
To make it stand tall
And benefit the community 
To bring back a feeling 
Of total unity.
Of shoppers and businesses 
Bring shops back in line
Keep eveyone happy 
That’ll suit us just fine.

 

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On 10/10/2017 at 23:14, Gaz said:

There's a Facebook page called Old Falkirk In Pictures. Harmless enough, does exactly what it says more or less, although every so often we get people blaming the council for the fact no-one wants to shop in our dive of a town centre anymore.

Anyway, I digress. There's a lass in there who fancies herself as a poet. And every so often she posts absolutely shite poems that she's written.

Here's today's effort:

I felt so stupid 
How could it be
That night I lost
The ring given to me.
We searched everywhere 
But it could not be found 
Anywhere in the centre 
On the ground.
Had told my workmates 
Earlier that day too
Was so excited 
Didn’t know what to do.
Next day I was asked
‘ well show us the ring’
I was worried the reaction 
It would bring.
The tears would not stop
When I said it was gone
And told them all
What I had done.
When it was all demolished 
For the new Callendar Square 
It just made the hurt worse
More than I could bare.
The eternity ring
So lovingly given
Ground into the dust
By the vehicles driven.
Somewhere in there
Was my ring that I lost
No one would know
The emotional cost.
Of losing it quickly 
That fateful sad night 
Buried away
And out of sight.
Now as I read
On the Falkirk site
Another development 
Of this saga tonight.
To be auctioned off
Let’s hope this works out
For the people of Falkirk
To at least have some clout.
To make it stand tall
And benefit the community 
To bring back a feeling 
Of total unity.
Of shoppers and businesses 
Bring shops back in line
Keep eveyone happy 
That’ll suit us just fine.

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Edited by topcat(The most tip top)
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From a news article about odd shaped clouds
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Or maybe "naturally" slightly higher ocean temperatures have led to more tropical wave formation, which, allied to upper atmosphere wind shear conditions being favourable have lead to more cyclones forming. It's called meteorology you tinfoil hat wearing fuckwits.
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42 minutes ago, Moomintroll said:


Or maybe "naturally" slightly higher ocean temperatures have led to more tropical wave formation, which, allied to upper atmosphere wind shear conditions being favourable have lead to more cyclones forming. It's called meteorology you tinfoil hat wearing fuckwits.

You must have missed the bit that said "SCIENTIST:". It's clearly legit.

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15 minutes ago, ajwffc said:

Some comments from an article about a buggy that was hit by a train after it was left on the platform without its brakes on.

"The driver should be sacked" :lol:

Aye a freight train will stop on a sixpence right enough.

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