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STOPSCRATCHINGTHECRADLECAP Thu 28-Feb-19 14:28:43

-Wow. You've got too much time on your hands if that's all you've got to worry about.

-LTB

- You sound like hard work

- You're over reacting [about absolutely anything].

- wow. Just wow.

-this has been done before (as will this thread have been).

Anymore standard replies?
I see at least one on every single thread.
It's as though there has to be a Standard Arsehold reply.

Any others?

STOPSCRATCHINGTHECRADLECAP Thu 28-Feb-19 14:29:23

*as this thread will have been.
(Can I pull this dyslexia card for that one?)

Quooker Thu 28-Feb-19 14:30:13

biscuit

Quooker Thu 28-Feb-19 14:30:43

Interesting first post...hmm

janetforpresident Thu 28-Feb-19 14:30:43

No is a complete sentence

It's an invitation not a summons.

JaneyJimplin Thu 28-Feb-19 14:30:51

biscuit

(If the subject of the post is over 50): could they have early signs of dementia?

(If the subject of the post is under 50): could they have autism?

DoneLikeAKipper Thu 28-Feb-19 14:30:55

Call 111. Doesn’t matter if it’s a paper cut or you’ve actually cut your finger off, call 111.

KatnissMellark Thu 28-Feb-19 14:30:59

Could it be autism

Go NC

Pay for a night nanny/cleaner/other home help unaffordable to most

BejamNostalgia Thu 28-Feb-19 14:32:03

Did you mean to be so rude?

janetforpresident Thu 28-Feb-19 14:32:35

Log it with 101

IHaveBrilloHair Thu 28-Feb-19 14:33:32

Could you take in ironing?

Crowdo Thu 28-Feb-19 14:34:38

Flowers

Zoflorabore Thu 28-Feb-19 14:35:06

Just use your savings.

Bananasarenottheonlyfruit Thu 28-Feb-19 14:35:10

You need a spa day

Bananasarenottheonlyfruit Thu 28-Feb-19 14:35:32

Get your ducks in a row

JaneyJimplin Thu 28-Feb-19 14:35:53

Oh yeah, the "no is a complete sentence" malarkey hmm

It is easy to say that on an online forum, but if you're face to face with someone, they often require further reply than one curt word.

"Can you pick Jamelia up from school for me please, because I'm running late?"

"No."

"No? Why not, aren't you collecting Jeffrey and Billy-Bob anyway?"

"No."

"You're not? Why not?"

"No."

"...Are you broken?"

It's presented as the perfect one size fits all assertive response, but it's actually far less effective than talking like a normal person with a wide vocabulary and some manners.

DoneLikeAKipper Thu 28-Feb-19 14:36:22

On money worries or begging threads:

Could you do ironing/babysitting for people?

Just cancel your mobile/tv contracts (yes like they will be ok with you not seeing out your contract because you’re suddenly skint).

Bananasarenottheonlyfruit Thu 28-Feb-19 14:36:47

Nip it in the bud

if it's been going on for months/years on end, it's no longer a fucking bud to be nipped. It's bloomed and died by now

Jaxtellerswife Thu 28-Feb-19 14:37:03

No you shouldn't go to a&e

You can't call an ambulance for that

AGHHHH Thu 28-Feb-19 14:37:33

Sounds like he's depressed / autistic / has dementia

Does he have any redeeming qualities?

No is a full sentence.

Tinkly laugh

head tilt did you mean to be so ride?

BoglingToAswad Thu 28-Feb-19 14:37:38

A&E. Now.

AGHHHH Thu 28-Feb-19 14:37:38

Rude lol

Jaxtellerswife Thu 28-Feb-19 14:37:39

You don't have a mum/dad/ ex/ in law problem, you have a DH problem

EinsteinsArousedSausagesHCB Thu 28-Feb-19 14:38:17

Clearly every CF over 50 has dementia.

Bananasarenottheonlyfruit Thu 28-Feb-19 14:38:48

Do you have to bring Brexit into everything.

acknowledges irony of being the first to mention the B word on the thread, but you get the point

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