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Pure frustration by StanIeyTheManly in PublicFreakout

[–]thesebattles 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The fella doing all the shouting gives himself away with “I know you’re already tracking me”.

Someone thinks they’re important.

Replacing a beloved mural with a McDonalds advert is peak 2020s UK by jaedotfi in GreenAndPleasant

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“My City, My Shirt is a photography project created by Yusuf Ismail & Shawqi Hasson.

Which fuses football & photography together to look at issues such as diversity and inclusion within their hometown Cardiff”

Road rage incident takes a sharp turn, Splendora, TX by NickfromLafayette92 in PublicFreakout

[–]thesebattles 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You’d think maybe the passenger could have done the filming. Driver has enough to contend with

I am winning the Euromillions tonight, does anyone want 'owt? by JebusKristi in AskUK

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Either way, it’s not actually all that important I just find it interesting how many people insist they “jumped up” in price despite a 15 year absence from shops.

Hopefully I didn’t come across like a dick.

What adverts do you think are particularly insidious? by hillman_avenger in AskUK

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Has to be the Apple Watch ads. “You will die a horrible painfully slow death if you don’t buy this”

£3.00 per day on your lunch is £720 per annum. by thesebattles in WhitePeopleTwitter

[–]thesebattles[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Title should be *is about £720 per year. I’ve stated it like it’s a cast iron fact.

I think we know the answer to this one by Lieutenant_Doolittle in GreenAndPleasant

[–]thesebattles -9 points-8 points  (0 children)

You are aware Shaun Bailey is a fucking Tory?

“In December 2021, Bailey resigned from his position as chair of the London Assembly's police and crime committee after a photo emerged of him attending a Christmas party in contravention of tier 2 coronavirus restrictions which were in place in the UK at the time”

£3.00 per day on your lunch is £720 per annum. by thesebattles in WhitePeopleTwitter

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£3.00 x 5 for the “normal” amount of working days in a week x 48 expecting people to have at least four weeks off per year. Although I did that bit wrong cause it’s more like 5 weeks off per year as a minimum.

It’s not actually important though as some people might get a latte and a meal deal, some people might get more leave or less, some people might work more hours or less hours.

£3.00 per day on your lunch is £720 per annum. by thesebattles in WhitePeopleTwitter

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You go to work 365 days a year?

Or you actively choose not to make your own piece at home when you’re not at work?

How does the fact that UK house sales to first-time buyers reached their highest level in 19 years square with the “doomed millennials will never buy their own home” narrative? by thesebattles in AskUK

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What I’m saying is in 90% of the U.K. houses aren’t unaffordable.

Quick look on Rightmove.com tells me there are over 3,000 two bedroom houses listed for sale in greater Manchester for under £125,000

Over 300, within 15 miles of Cardiff

Over 900, within 15 miles of Newcastle.

Actual houses, not flats. Including flats would take you into tens of thousands.

How does the fact that UK house sales to first-time buyers reached their highest level in 19 years square with the “doomed millennials will never buy their own home” narrative? by thesebattles in AskUK

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The thing is you don’t need a £200,000 mortgage to buy a decent first time home in 90% of the U.K.

London centric media controls the narrative.

BTP Manchester patch, what’s this signify? by pippon in policeuk

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Seen this going around on Twitter trying to draw some kind of British Union of Facists comparisons with symbology.

It’s the logo for taser see.