What made your day a crap one??

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So someone has reversed down my drive into the hedge and smashed a hole in it, ripping various bits of fairly ancient hawthorne out of the ground or snapping them.
No idea who could have done it...except there is resurfacing going on down the Lane at the moment and a line of tar splashes next to the wheel marks on my drive..hmm!
Sad to see this, Count.
Hope you can take some cuttings
 
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I've a few cuttings/seedlings on the go at the moment in pots and in the flower beds but they were for filling in other gaps. I might have to buy some whips next time I have the cash.
 
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Well, since losing £7000 when my wife thought she transferred it to the wrong account number. Santander have admitted fault and agreed to pay back the £7000 in instalments of £250 for 6 months and then £5500 in a lump some in March next year.

Im not happy but im happy....if that makes any sense. Lol....

Today is a good day.

Stay positive guys!!




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The Times!
They are evil.
I took out an eight-week trial subscription for £8 - it will end soon.
The only way to cancel it is to call them. You can't cancel online.
Somewhere in their small print, it says that they need 15 days notice. Why?
So, they will cancel my subscription, but charge me another £26 - yes twenty-six of my hard earned pounds.
I could get a nice razor for that.
Do not take out a Times or Sunday Times online subscription - it's a money making scam.
Bastards!
 
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The Times!
They are evil.
I took out an eight-week trial subscription for £8 - it will end soon.
The only way to cancel it is to call them. You can't cancel online.
Somewhere in their small print, it says that they need 15 days notice. Why?
So, they will cancel my subscription, but charge me another £26 - yes twenty-six of my hard earned pounds.
I could get a nice razor for that.
Do not take out a Times or Sunday Times online subscription - it's a money making scam.
Bastards!

Fuck them, just cancel DD let then chase you for it. bastards
 
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Well, since losing £7000 when my wife thought she transferred it to the wrong account number. Santander have admitted fault and agreed to pay back the £7000 in instalments of £250 for 6 months and then £5500 in a lump some in March next year.

Im not happy but im happy....if that makes any sense. Lol....

Today is a good day.

Stay positive guys!!




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Good to hear you got it sorted.

A bit shit you have to get it in installments though. £7k should be nothing to them.

If it was the other way around, they would probably hit you with interest until it was all paid back.
 
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Wigan, Lancashire
Being forced to take my daughters shopping to the Trafford Centre, where there was, apart from HMV, absolutely nothing of interest to me whatsoever.

Then getting home to the news that Maisy, one of the girls mice, had shuffled off this mortal coil.
 
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Dropping a half eaten sandwich into a bag containing a shirt I needed to return to the retailer.

Now left with a shirt that's too big and covered in mess

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West Yorkshire
My dear wife polishing the inside of the house windows ( I'm sure they didn't need polishing, but we won't get into that ) and she somehow managed to knock my lovely, 18month old Sony Bravia TV over, smashing a hole in the front of the screen...The announcement of the news came whilst I was shaving, with a.... "I've just broken the television"
Bit annoyed was an understatement...And definitely not a good start to the day!
 
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The woman we're buying a house off deciding literally at the last moment that she wasn't including the curtains and blinds as originally agreed but now wants over £1,500 for them. They'd cost less to buy brand new for what they are.
 
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Wigan, Lancashire
The woman we're buying a house off deciding literally at the last moment that she wasn't including the curtains and blinds as originally agreed but now wants over £1,500 for them. They'd cost less to buy brand new for what they are.
Well, you know what to do then. Call her bluff. I bet she ends up leaving them, and If she takes them it's no great loss, you'd only end up changing them sooner or later anyway.
 
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Well, you know what to do then. Call her bluff. I bet she ends up leaving them, and If she takes them it's no great loss, you'd only end up changing them sooner or later anyway.
+1

The same thing happened to us and we refused to pay.
They left them anyway and it wasn't long before we changed them.

Call her bluff.
What are the chances they will match the decor or windows at her new place?
 
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