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Discussion in 'Personal' started by needabreak, May 27, 2019.
That paints an interesting picture
Anyway, the thread title is lacking a qualifier: to their face.
Oh dear, not inviting them over for tea then?
Ps what's a brown bum? Have you seen their bums?
Never in a million years!
I want to enjoy my (small but precious portion) of time spent with my grandchildren.
I'm just jealous because they get all that 'happy family time' and I don't.
It'd be fab to say all that to them though - when the children are asleep...
Brown bum, skid mark pants poo breath to you, (and more unprintables)
Oh lol, so they aren't really fat and stinky they just annoy you.
More tea Vicar?
I once overheard one of our neighbour's young teenage sons call out, "Mum, he's just called me p e n I s breath." I presume he was having a row with his brother. I found it quite amusing at the time. I didn't hear mum's reaction.
Adjective + swear word + noun.
The more random the adjective and noun the better.
I also like the format where you describe someone as the human equivalent of something unpleasant. Eg. He’s the human equivalent of peeling your bare legs off a plastic chair.
Best ventilate the room. Blame it on the dog.
You (whoever you are) are the skid mark on the underpants of life.
Blow it out yer ****.
Tut tut, are you steering this around to global warming?
My psychiatrist told me to write letters to the people I dislike and then burn them. So that's what I did and I must say I feel an awful lot better. The only thing is, I'm not sure what to do with the letters. (courtesy of facebook)