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Guest 06.09.2011 15:47

Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Somewhat of a consolidation of the conclusions of other thread passim, basically so we can really concentrate on all those people and things that really get on our ****s when we're out and about trying to enjoy the laissez-faire environment that Switzerland offers and that we all value so much.

The list so far is:
  • Smokers
  • People using mobile phones
  • Children
  • Cake
  • Old people
  • Kisses in the workplace
  • SVP adverts
  • Barbeques on balconies
  • SUV-sized babby buggies
  • Jokes about Amy Whinehouse
  • Dogs
  • Religiously-provocative avatars
  • Intolerant people
  • Babies

So, who/what else needs to go to Room 101, to keep the streets decent for the rest of us? :msnshock:

CH_Me 06.09.2011 15:48

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by weejeem (Post 1329127)

So, who/what else needs to go to Room 101, to keep the streets decent for the rest of us? :msnshock:

People that complain about everything.

Guest 06.09.2011 15:50

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
People.

Why can't the world be my own personal playground? :msnmad:

mirfield 06.09.2011 15:50

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
  • Foreigners
  • Swiss
  • English
  • Americans

grumpygit 06.09.2011 15:55

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Fetes de geneva

mirfield 06.09.2011 15:56

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by grumpygit (Post 1329149)
Fetes de geneva

Great jazz alpenhornist.

Guest 06.09.2011 15:58

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by grumpygit (Post 1329149)
Fetes de geneva

Ah yes, thank you, that reminds me -

  • Anyone who would go to an onion festival (an onion festival, ffs :eek: ) has gorra be banned for their own good !!

mirfield 06.09.2011 15:59

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
  • People that start off topic threads in Daily Life so they can get some quick "Thanks" in before they're moved. :rolleyes:


:msnblush:

Guest 06.09.2011 15:59

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
You missed Homeopathy :)

mirfield 06.09.2011 16:00

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

You missed Homeopathy :)
It's there. You just can't detect it.

Guest 06.09.2011 16:01

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by weejeem (Post 1329153)
Anyone who would go to an onion festival (an onion festival, ffs :eek: ) has gorra be banned for their own good !!

Oi! The onion festival was the highlight of the year for us poor benighted souls who were obliged to spend our winters in Burton in Kendal. :msnshock:

Upthehatters2008 06.09.2011 16:03

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
People that post photos of Sunday Roasts , and whatever else Weejeem posts to rub our noses in.

MusicChick 06.09.2011 16:03

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
  • Smile therapy nuissance
  • uhmm.....simplists
  • rice pudding
  • assimilators
  • horse eaters
  • gym goers who don't wash their hands after they pish
  • community unfriendly opening hours
  • gym membership fee
  • zero parking spaces
  • nose buger eaters
  • line cutters
  • pedestrian bumpers

CorsebouTheReturn 06.09.2011 16:05

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Offensive avatars!

:D
Damnit... it was already said (Religiously-provocative avatars)

Tim8803 06.09.2011 16:05

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by weejeem (Post 1329127)
Somewhat of a consolidation of the conclusions of other thread passim, basically so we can really concentrate on all those people and things that really get on our ****s when we're out and about trying to enjoy the laissez-faire environment that Switzerland offers and that we all value so much.

The list so far is:
  • Smokers
  • People using mobile phones
  • Children
  • Cake
  • Old people
  • Kisses in the workplace
  • SVP adverts
  • Barbeques on balconies
  • SUV-sized babby buggies
  • Jokes about Amy Whinehouse
  • Dogs
  • Religiously-provocative avatars
  • Intolerant people
  • Babies
So, who/what else needs to go to Room 101, to keep the streets decent for the rest of us? :msnshock:

?? What's wrong with cake?

EarME 06.09.2011 16:06

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
We have to consider a red card to that guy that roller-blades down Bahnhofstrasse in Zurich every weekend. Those shorts are just way to tight.

PaddyG 06.09.2011 16:07

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Fluffehs.......

Guest 06.09.2011 16:07

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tim8803 (Post 1329174)
?? What's wrong with cake?

It's bad for your teeth...

CH_Me 06.09.2011 16:08

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by weejeem (Post 1329179)
It's bad for your teeth...


..and your waistline

mirfield 06.09.2011 16:08

Re: Room 101 Revisited: Things that need to be banned from public places
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by EarME (Post 1329177)
We have to consider a red card to that guy that roller-blades down Bahnhofstrasse in Zurich every weekend. Those shorts are just way to tight.

Men shouldn't have camel toes.


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