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The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:10 pm
by Big Arnold
Two teenagers hand in £5,000 they found at bus station (but 'extremely grateful' owner doesn't even offer a reward)
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Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:19 pm
by sabre_chilli
Story basically reads. Boys find money, boys hand money in, boys happy, owner of money happy. DM not happy because boys didn't get any money for deed.

I laughed when I read the opening paragraph as well
It could be a plot from a film, two teenagers discover a briefcase stuffed full of £50 notes abandoned at a bus station in the middle of the night.
No doubt the DM will report tomorrow that the boys are in talks with Universal Studios for a multimillion pound deal for a series of feature length films and a series of books.... :roll:

FFS DM what's wrong with people just doing the right thing for no personal gain.... Though reading a bit further down you get to what the money was for, paying for his sons tuition fees. Probably why the mail is all over this.... Lazy fucking ungrateful shitty students stealing reward money off children. Were they immigrunts? Terrorists? Labour supporters etc etc

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:20 pm
by Carlos The Badger
Just too tempting.
Why aren't those two pulling a DM Sadface® ?
The situation expressly warrants one so your reporter and photographer are guilty of dereliction of duty.
For god's sake this just makes a mockery of the whole system. I'm appalled!
- Carlos The Badger, In Your Underpants, 6/10/2011 14:17

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:21 pm
by Timbo
My best effort at getting worst-rated:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would.
- Eunice, Cheshire, 6/10/2011 14:11

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:36 pm
by Bails
Timbo wrote:My best effort at getting worst-rated:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would.
- Eunice, Cheshire, 6/10/2011 14:11
I nearly choked on my mungbean and lentil stew!

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:36 pm
by oboogie
Ok Timbo, I'll take you on, here's my challenge for worst rated:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 06/10/2011 14:11 - can I have your grandson's number please?
- Issac Hunt, A bit of balance, 6/10/2011 14:33

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Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 3:43 pm
by Dacre Bleugh
Timbo wrote:My best effort at getting worst-rated:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would.
- Eunice, Cheshire, 6/10/2011 14:11
:lol: :lol: :lol:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 06/10/2011------------------- Can I join in? I'll even bring the eggs and breadcrumbs.
ben dover, woodbridge, 6/10/2011 15:44

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 3:54 pm
by oboogie
Timbo wrote:My best effort at getting worst-rated:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would.
- Eunice, Cheshire, 6/10/2011 14:11
You haven't gone unnoticed :lol: :lol:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 6/10/2011 14:11 ----- So what your saying is if you where 40yrs younger you would do your own grandson. That's probably not what you meant but if I was you I would try and word comments with a bit more care. But I did got a giggle out of it hun.
- simon, sheffield, 6/10/2011 15:20
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Eunice, Cheshire--WHAT? You're sick, woman.
- dee, leeds,england, 6/10/2011 15:16
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That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 06/10/2011 14:11 ---------Eunice, or should I say Dave? That comment was so unbelievably warped I'm not sure whether I should be in hysterics or gagging over the sink.
- Ned, Farringdon, 6/10/2011 14:48
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That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice Inappropriate or what!!! Poor lad - not only does he get no reward but gets lusted after by old grannies too!!!
- Sarah, Newcastle, 6/10/2011 14:48
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That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 06/10/2011 14:11.....What a truly strange comment.
- James, Woolton, Liverpool, 6/10/2011 14:45
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That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 06/10/2011 14:11 === Sorry Eunice, but that just sounds weird.........and wrong!
- Lost For Words, Gloucester, England, 6/10/2011 14:42
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That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, ==== If your grandson is reading this he might want to keep his distance from granny!
- Dave, Leicester, 6/10/2011 14:41
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Why does Ned, Farringdon think you are called Dave?

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 5:02 pm
by bluebellnutter
But I did got a giggle out of it hun.
That...erm...um...wha'?

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 5:16 pm
by oboogie
bluebellnutter wrote:
But I did got a giggle out of it hun.
That...erm...um...wha'?
Simon's got a thing about paedo Grannies. I suspect it's a niche fetish, but I daren't Google it in case I find millions of sites.

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Fri Oct 07, 2011 1:26 pm
by Timbo
The PC zealots in the Daily Mail Comment-Stazi have issued a diktat to have my comment removed. Obviously the result of 16 months of uncontrolled immigration and broken education under 'David' CamEUron.

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Fri Oct 07, 2011 1:27 pm
by bluebellnutter
oboogie wrote:
bluebellnutter wrote:
But I did got a giggle out of it hun.
That...erm...um...wha'?
Simon's got a thing about paedo Grannies. I suspect it's a niche fetish, but I daren't Google it in case I find millions of sites.
It was more because of the way the post goes through at least three tenses in such a short space of time.

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Sun Oct 09, 2011 12:37 pm
by Tom_UK
oboogie wrote:
That tall one looks like my grandson. If I was 40 years younger, I totally would. - Eunice, Cheshire, 06/10/2011 14:11 ---------Eunice, or should I say Dave? That comment was so unbelievably warped I'm not sure whether I should be in hysterics or gagging over the sink.
- Ned, Farringdon, 6/10/2011 14:48
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Gagging over the sink eh, Ned? Bloody pervert.

Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 6:31 pm
by Big Arnold
Father sent home from hospital with a broken NECK after falling two storeys from a ladder and landing on his head


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Re: The happy faces of wronged Mail readers.

Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 8:01 am
by Messianic Trees
The day Meryl Streep gate-crashed our wedding: Actress makes an appearance at couple's special day... dressed as Margaret Thatcher

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I have the feeling that many Mailites have probably fantasised about spending their wedding night with Mrs Thatcher.