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24-03-2019, 09:59   #31
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Homeopathy and faith healers always does it for me.

What ever happened to all the Reki healers from a decade back?
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24-03-2019, 09:59   #32
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People who imagine they are right but largely supported by half-heard, half-digested, mostly untrue factoids. Those and and the "everyone knows this is true" brigade.
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24-03-2019, 10:04   #33
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What ever happened to all the Reki healers from a decade back?
Perhaps like their patients they are deceased.
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Volkswagen Golf drivers.

Fcukers driving in bus lanes.

Fcukers driving into yellow boxes

Fcukers breaking red lights
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Volkswagen Golf drivers.

Fcukers driving in bus lanes.

Fcukers driving into yellow boxes

Fcukers breaking red lights
Feel better now?
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24-03-2019, 10:13   #36
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as long as the belief dosnt define them then you should be able to have civil and respectful interactions with anyone. if its all they talk about then maybe not.
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24-03-2019, 10:13   #37
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I find most people grand TBH. Even the weirdos. Sometimes especially the weirdos.
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Vegans and vegetarians
Those who push religious beliefs and same with atheists who use it to bash religion - a ex friend of mine had gone hardcore atheist, constantly whinnying about religion, joining an atheist society, trying to round people up to join with him and even he hung out with me and other friend he kept trying to steer the conversation back to I hate religion.., (I’ve no problem people believing or not believing religion but the over pushing it either way is irritating)
3rd wave feminists
Gym enthusiasts
Any type of influencers:- life coach / m- social media comedian
Playing the victim role on social media
People who think James Corden is funny

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People who smell of sweat all the time. Ffs can you not wash yourself and your clothes
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Parents that curse far too regularly in front of their children, or indeed impart bad manners in general to same.

People who have genuine causes/appeals on facebook and the likes, but it is ruined by poor grammar or spelling mistakes.

Militant people whose only vocation in life seems to be hammering home the fact they have a particular lifestyle, be it vegan/gay/trans/pro-life. I mean you don't see a straight man constantly refer to his sexuality, or a meat eater harp on about their diet choice. Too much shouting from the rooftops gives bad publicity to your chosen field.

Grown men who wear soccer jersies to the pub. I can understand wearing an Ireland jersey when they are playing, likewise your county colours, but 40-year old Jayo from Blanchardstown wearing his favourite Liverpool/United kit in to his local just looks strange. Doubly so when they have a players name printed at the back.

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24-03-2019, 10:31   #43
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Oh and adult women who cannot seem to fend for themselves and seem to post the most basic questions on facebook.

"Does any1 no wat tym the post office opens at?"

"Y does me car have n orange lite on it beside clock for the petrol?"

Usually posted in their pyjamas at 2Pm in the afternoon.
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Pro lifers and people that aren't "dog" people!!!
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Grown men who wear soccer jersies to the pub. I can understand wearing an Ireland jersey when they are playing, likewise your county colours, but 40-year old Jayo from Blanchardstown wearing his favourite Liverpool/United kit in to his local just looks strange. Doubly so when they have a players name printed at the back.
Worse still when youre in the middle of some far flung place abroad and you see someone wearing a GAA county Jersey--makes my blood boil!!!
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