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    Posted: 04 May 2019 at 6:35am
Go fuck yourself HSBC! don't pretend we're mates, mates don't demand £30 from us if we owe them a tenner at the end of the month and we certainly don't 'thrive together'


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Think The Mott may have meant to post this here. 


















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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Maynard Fried-San Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Apr 2019 at 8:59am
Let’s add him to the list of villains and undesirables:
1) Jack Knife
2) WH Smith Ranch
3) Michael Masterson





Edited by Maynard Fried-San - 19 Apr 2019 at 11:34am
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Attention seeking climate fuckwit Emma Thompson
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'Genius Bar'

You're not a fucking 'genius' you work in a shop, you're as good at your job as we are at ours.
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Originally posted by Dr_Heech Dr_Heech wrote:

Those little plastic bags asking for clothing donations for 'insert obscure charity you never heard of here', which turn up in my letterbox at least twice a week. We are told to please donate as much as possible, tie the bag up and it will be collected on a certain day.
Not only is it environmentally unfriendly (2 bags per week @ 52 weeks per year, per household) but you never see anyone ever come by to check to see if we've left them anything.
Probably 80% of them are a scam selling shit onwards, but for my money l rarely throw anything clothing-wise out, and if l do then it's washed, put in a bin liner and at the end of the year l take it down the Sue Ryder shop as they will recycle all of it in some way shape or form.


Must be a darn sarf thing?

Ive found the bottom of the food chain regarding non pulped textiles, are either 'Industrial' rags which you can buy by the Kg, they're just recycled & washed towels, bath robes, sweatshirts ect roughly cut into 18" sq pieces and vacuumed/compressed into large bundles. You get 10kg for around £8.

Also my neighbours 14yr old daughter who's fiercely anti-consumer/fast fashion ect buys her clothes in large £5 bundles from a charity project behind the cathedral, takes what she wants and re-donates the rest.

I bet the 'donated' plastic bags are ending up in places like these.
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Likewise Chuck, I take it directly to charity shops or my kids Bags 2 School collections.

I use the unwanted charity bags to facilitate my industrial-sized glue-sniffing weekend extravaganzas.
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Those little plastic bags asking for clothing donations for 'insert obscure charity you never heard of here', which turn up in my letterbox at least twice a week. We are told to please donate as much as possible, tie the bag up and it will be collected on a certain day.
Not only is it environmentally unfriendly (2 bags per week @ 52 weeks per year, per household) but you never see anyone ever come by to check to see if we've left them anything.
Probably 80% of them are a scam selling shit onwards, but for my money l rarely throw anything clothing-wise out, and if l do then it's washed, put in a bin liner and at the end of the year l take it down the Sue Ryder shop as they will recycle all of it in some way shape or form.

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There was a brief time in the late 80's when Jamie Hewlett was cool
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I also hate when people post stories announcing that they have made a new post.
I’m kind of just starting to hate Instagram in general. Seems like every other post is an ad anyways.
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