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To love a good supermarket scrap thread?

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BupcakesAndCunting Mon 21-Jan-13 11:32:34

There have been some good ones this week, what with the snow turning everyone rabid and that.

Tell Aunty Bupcakes your best supermarket scrap threads. I loves 'em I do.

brew and biscuit

BupcakesAndCunting Wed 23-Jan-13 20:14:09


Fucking hell, that's my nightmares come real that is.

NicholasTeakozy Wed 23-Jan-13 20:57:14

Yeah it's horrible. Every time I made a funny comment on here she'd post it on FB. I know that doesn't happen often like. It used to under my old name. I was funny then. sad

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 23-Jan-13 21:14:03

If you can't have LeaveitDon you can have "FuckOffChunk" and we'll all know it's you Bup

WilsonFrickett Wed 23-Jan-13 21:21:37

Cheesus, Nicholas can have it. Also my worst nightmare having stuff from here popping up in RL. In fact maybe we should just keep it in reserve ... ::shuddering at the seven circles of hell that would be unleashed if I was outed::

Boomerwang Wed 23-Jan-13 21:25:04

God please don't, I have stuff on here about my boyfriend I wouldn't want him to read. Don't give me nightmares!

Now and then my mum used to snoop around for my name on her pc and come up with stuff that was very close to home... this was years ago when I was stupid and a bit of an exhibitionist...

GetOrf Wed 23-Jan-13 21:26:08

Bups I just laughed at you calling your lovely looking DH a fat faced old gaffer. grin

CheerfulYank Wed 23-Jan-13 22:30:01

<shudder> Nick.

I couldn't nc, it would feel so wrong. Even in RL when I see the word "cheerful" I assume someone's talking to/about me. <self important>

My dh actually posted on mumsnet, under my username!! shock And didn't understand why I was so pissed orf at him. He knows now, though. << cracks knuckles >>

I very rarely see any good supermarket fights, though we did see three very drunk people scrapping in the foyer of Tesco in Greenock. Dh is a meanie and wouldn't let me stand and watch.

BupcakesAndCunting Thu 24-Jan-13 12:07:26

Ha ha GetOrf! He IS handsome but I think his chins enjoyed themselves too much over christmas ifyaknowwhaddamean?! <ignores own Jabba the Hut style figure>

I think I may remember that, STDG. What did he post?

My DH enjoys spectating a fight as much as I do. He will pause and say "Right, pretend you're looking at this" <gets his phone out> "there's a couple about to scrap by the HobNob display" He loves it as much as I do.

It was in an OTBT thread, Bups - and it has since gorn pffft, because it timed out.

Your dh sounds far more fun than mine - can I come with you two and spectate some fights, pleeeease?

BupcakesAndCunting Thu 24-Jan-13 13:18:59

I am SURE I was on it. Were we replying to him thinking it was you?!

Come out with me and Mr Cunting. We have a spectacularly rough Asda round here. Always good for a fight. We'll pack a picnic.

I think he did say, from the get-go, that it was him not me - so there was no intent to deceive, but it still felt Wrong.

Froot shoots and greggs sausage rolls for the picnic, one presumes? grin

BupcakesAndCunting Thu 24-Jan-13 13:46:27

Ahhhhhhh did some posters tell him to stop or else he would get dead? Iremember someone's DH posting and being told off!

None so classy! Bag of chopped up Turkey Twizzlers and a bottle of Frosty Jack!

CheerfulYank Thu 24-Jan-13 14:01:31

It's like in the ould days, takin' a picnic basket and the kiddies to a naice hanging.

I want to come! If I'm ever in the UK I'll make a point of it. "What'd you see on your trip, Cheerful?" "Oh, you know...Asda." grin

My DH wouldn't let me watch a scrap either...he's all reserved and proper like. He shushed me for discussing the budget in the front yard once. hmm

bryonywhisker Thu 24-Jan-13 14:11:34

Two biddies on invalid scooters in our co-op (small shop, bastards should get off and walk) one bumped into the other accidently. Bumpee took offence, reversed and RAMMED the bumper head on. Bumper retaliated. Full on invalid scooter jousting ensued and only ended when one tipped over on its side.
No one intervened. We were all stood with jaws dropped silently wetting ourselves...

CheerfulYank Thu 24-Jan-13 14:32:59

That sounds amazing Bryony grin

BattlingFanjos Thu 24-Jan-13 14:55:15

I have had many proud moments in my life but will never feel totally fulfilled unless i have a supermarket scrap and punch a cake!

Also, not a supermarket but i used yo love going to Mad Harry's with my Granny to buy some crappy, rubber toy on the way back from the butchers!

BupcakesAndCunting Thu 24-Jan-13 15:10:13

CY, my DH will watch a good scrap but once I told a (close) friend what our joint income was. He went this colour envy

Stupid fucking british bastard getting all british about money. Pffft.

CheerfulYank Thu 24-Jan-13 15:37:45

Apparently our (very reserved, very German) neighbor may have overheard. You know, if he were in complete silence in his house with his ear pressed against a cracked window. hmm

acsec Thu 24-Jan-13 21:19:35

I was in Lidl the other week and 2 women were chatting about how one of them had been mistaken for an employee of Primark last time she was in there. A completely unrelated woman overheard and said, in a really narky voice "That's because you dress like someone who works in Primark". I was shock but luckily the 2 women didn't hear but the narky woman then evil eyed them all around Lidl. Strange behaviour.

I don't like it when DP comes to Asda with me because he is someone who will square up to those starting the to-do and doing the trolley barging!

MrsKoala the actress who played the mad Fr Ted neighbour is now a teacher & was DD's first teacher when she was 5! I've made her costumes for school pantos and everything. She's about 30 yrs younger than that character too.

IAmLouisWalsh Sat 02-Feb-13 21:57:34

First day of honeymoon in Cornwall and we were in Tesco for breakfast, because we had been so distracted by wedding we had forgotten to pack teabags etc. as we pondered the selection of lovely items at the cafe, bloke pushed in front off us. DH is a big lad and growled 'Oi, where D'you think you're off to, sunshine?' at the poor old bugger..... I nearly died from laughing, he slunk off and DH spent ages debating whether he should go and apologise.

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