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Angryangryangry · 14/12/2019 19:17

At the gates of 10 Downing st.

Never done anything like it before but it seems to me that any standards of decency in Westminster have been lost....


OP posts:

Am I being unreasonable?

838 votes. Final results.

You are being unreasonable
You are NOT being unreasonable
Catmaiden · 14/12/2019 21:06

I share your feelings. Not sure I'd have actually spat, but yes I understand your emotion.

BMW6 · 14/12/2019 21:08

Urgh. You skank.

otterturk · 14/12/2019 21:09


1Morewineplease · 14/12/2019 21:13

Have tried to post a link but failed.

TB is on the rise in UK among those who come from other countries where a national TB inoculation program doesn’t exist. Spitting is a contributing factor.
It used to be an arrestable offence.
Still should be in my opinion .

I’m not sure what you feel that you’ve achieved OP but maybe channel your disdain for the election result into something more positive. Join the local branch of your preferred political party.
Lobby your MP. Start a petition. Write letters to newspapers.

Just don’t spit!

Cherrysoup · 14/12/2019 21:13


TSSDNCOP · 14/12/2019 21:16

You utter scum

notangelinajolie · 14/12/2019 21:18


Gwenhwyfar · 14/12/2019 21:18

"Spitting is a contributing factor."

Only if the spit touches someone else surely?

CharlottesPleb · 14/12/2019 21:20

Did people stop and applaud?

beautifulstranger101 · 14/12/2019 21:26

What an utterly pointless gesture. You know Boris doesnt clean the gates himself right?.... some poor cleaner had to clear up your revolting mess. That'll teach 'em. eye roll

inwood · 14/12/2019 21:28


CareOfPunts · 14/12/2019 21:29

Spitting is absolutely disgusting. YABU

Nicolastuffedone · 14/12/2019 21:29

Does mummy know you’re not in bed?

JemSynergy · 14/12/2019 21:31

Pointless, childish and disgusting.

RedLipstickHighHeels · 14/12/2019 21:31

TB and spitting.only a factor if the person spitting has TB. Tuberculosis is not easily transmitted.

AutumnRose1 · 14/12/2019 21:31

I think infection risk is about airborne particles

But really OP, it’s revolting and just means you’ve obliged someone to clean it up.

RedLipstickHighHeels · 14/12/2019 21:32

Tb droplet transmission,airborne. Low risk in an outside environment

ReanimatedSGB · 14/12/2019 21:33

Well, there you go, OP. Under the new People's Government anything other than grovelling subservience will be severely punished...

(really, some of you, get the fuck over yourselves. A bit of spit doesn't even need wiping up. Sneezing and coughing are more likely to spread germs.)

Angie6868 · 14/12/2019 21:34

You're just throwing a tantrum because you disagree with the result. You sound vile and childish

RedLipstickHighHeels · 14/12/2019 21:36

We are surrounded by microbial virus just sitting there on hard surfaces
doorhandle, on public transport,coffee shop table
And unless your immunosuppressed you’re non the worst for it

kittykatkitty · 14/12/2019 21:36

Honestly these threads are never ending.
It's called democracy!
Try again in 5 years😀

Aquilla · 14/12/2019 21:39

Holy Christ...

MrsAgassi · 14/12/2019 21:44

I don't know what's more pathetic; thinking that spitting in the street is a form of protest or starting a thread about imaginary spitting.

MrsTerryPratchett · 14/12/2019 21:50

It's called democracy!

Nazis were democratically elected. Would spitting on them have been the OMG WORST THING EVER!!!???

The drama on here. I can only assume it's the same people who wash their towels hourly who are so horrified by something millionaire footballers do every five minutes.

TSSDNCOP · 14/12/2019 21:51

Well, there you go, OP. Under the new People's Government anything other than grovelling subservience will be severely punished...

Try harder not to be such a prick.

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