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  • #1123724

    Ge

    Oh and just in case people are completely unaware, the Wigan pie muncher claims to be a teacher, who teaches ‘children’. But no, she has NEVER worked in a school of course, the Wigan pie muncher claims to “tutor” privately. Imagine that, it would be like asking a serial killer to babysit your loved ones.

     

    In fact the Wigan pie muncher is a peculiar old biddy who accused her neighbour of climbing her wall (her story) opening her solar light (cheap from Poundland) and stealing a crap 25p battery, screwing the cover back down and climbing back over the wall.

    The Wigan pie muncher shouted and screamed at him for 5 minutes (her words) then realized two days later she hadn’t put the cover on correctly (not very bright is she) and the battery had falled out in her overgrown cesspit of a garden and to this day the Wigan pie muncher thinks it is hilariously funny to abuse her innocent neighbours like that, just imagine living next door to it… Euuuurgh.

     

     

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    #1123726

    Was hoping you were sun tanned to be honest as I love a tanned thigh ;-)  

     

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    #1123729

    Anthem of the Fallen Brexiteer

    And I can’t fight this feeling anymore
    I’ve forgotten what I started fighting for
    It’s time to bring this ship into the shore
    And throw away the oars, forever :cry:  
    :yahoo: :yahoo:   :yahoo:   :yahoo:   :yahoo:   :yahoo:  😂😂😂😄
    #1123731

    it’s beautiful like a white sandy beach with a clear blue sea as you paddle along the ocean shore hand in hand understanding each others thoughts on a road together in true harmony.

    LMAO Ghosty racist, lol @“a white sandy beach”. Shall I compare thee, Badder to “a white sandy beach”, indeed?!😮 I cannot help being whiter than white, I am Norvern. And YOU of all the undead can talk @ Ghosty! ;-)

    :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:

    Ok then a northern tanned beach, actually that sounds even tastier ;-)  

    #1123733

    Ge

    Another tale the Wigan pie muncher shared publicy is how she accused her innocent male neighbour (happily married) of ogling her in her shorts, when I pointed out to her he was probably in shock at seeing a lady in her 60s with a fat arse crammed into a tight pair of shorts she has hated me ever since!

     

    Lol.

     

     

    :yahoo:

    #1123735

    The real consequence of a no-deal Brexit is not short-term shock – it’s a long recession

    Those opposed to no deal need to stop predicting an apocalypse and instead focus on the slow economic destruction it will bring

    A couple of days before the UK voted to leave the EU, the official remain campaign, Stronger In, released a bulletin of what it imagined the news headlines to be the next day in the event of a leave vote. Job losses would ensue, it said; prices would rise, the pound would plummet, and the UK would be stuck in a protracted negotiation process for the next decade. (Tellingly, the issue of the Irish border wasn’t mentioned.)

    Since the vote, sure, life is worse in the UK than it was in 2016 – but it’s hard to pin that on Brexit, as a sense of national decline is at least partly why a majority voted to leave in the first place. Indeed, aside from the parliamentary absurdities of the past three years and the slide in sterling’s value, it’s fair to say that the predicted catastrophe hasn’t really happened. The principal group of people whose lives have been immediately disrupted by Brexit are EU citizens and the victims of increased racist hate crimes. Shamefully, that doesn’t seem to be reason enough to give us pause as a nation – and so we’ve pressed on.

     

    Unite’s briefing was much more consequential and frightening than anything produced by the various pro-EU campaigns

    As Boris Johnson spends yet another day projecting ostensible ambivalence about a no-deal scenario, the anti-no-deal political and media alliance finds itself repeating the final days of the EU referendum campaign by issuing almost daily warnings of social and economic catastrophe. The crescendo of these warnings was the government’s own Operation Yellowhammer documents leaked over the weekend, which foretold instant disruption to medical and food supplies and imports from the EU.

     

     

    This is important because an anti-no-deal Brexit alliance needs credibility with the public in order to talk about a much worse consequence of a no-deal Brexit: a slow-burn recession. A few weeks before the Operation Yellowhammer leak, Unite the Union presented a briefing in parliament on the effects of no deal on British industry. This briefing was much more consequential and frightening than anything produced by the various pro-EU campaigns.

    In careful detail, it lays out the thousands upon thousands of jobs that would be threatened by no deal, most of them located in parts of the country that are already struggling economically. Just one example of this is Airbus, which has said it is contemplating relocating its UK sites. Airbus employs half of its 14,000-strong workforce in Wales, the region that currently receives the most EU structural funding in the UK. Shortly after Britain voted to leave the EU, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation found that nearly a quarter of the Welsh population is already living in poverty. On 1 November 2019, life in Wales may not be any different than it is now. But immiserated by the previous recession, long-term deindustrialisation and successive governments that haven’t seemed all that bothered about anywhere outside of the M25, it is crucial to ask whether Welsh communities will be able to withstand the loss of key industries and structural funding. There is no plan for these communities in the event of no deal; their fates are being ignored in favour of spectacular fantasies about traffic jams in Kent.

    The Unite briefing lists a number of industries that will be affected by no deal, laying bare the depth and scale of long-term damage that could be done. The UK’s automotive sector employs 850,000 people, delivering £20.2bn to the economy every year, says the briefing. The food industry employs 450,000 people, with more than 4 million workers employed in the food supply chain. The port of Southampton moves 900,000 UK-made vehicles every year, 60% of which are exports. On and on it goes, and government plans for the sectors listed are completely absent. Unite acknowledges short-term disruption to food imports and so on, but its key message could not be clearer: “The consequences for working-class communities across the country will be devastating and long lasting.” For all the government’s rhetoric about working people and “the left behinds”, what does it really have to say about these risks?

           {[email protected] it is these very people that did vote for Brexit.  Karma}

    “The consequences for working-class communities across the country will be devastating and long lasting.” For all the government’s rhetoric about working people and “the left behinds”, what does it really have to say about these risks?

     

    The reasons for the leave vote are complex and multifaceted, but it was seen by some as offering a solution for the many people in the UK who had experienced a decade of economic hardship since the 2008 financial crisis. The remain campaign eschewed responding to that issue in favour of trying to frighten the public into staying in the EU. It’s now time for the opponents of no deal to learn from the remain campaign’s mistake. If they don’t, the architects of a broken and divided nation may well get away with it again.

    Ellie Mae O’Hagan writes about politics and culture for the Guardian

    “the architects of a broken and divided nation may well get away with it again.” :cry:  

    #1123738

    Ge

    The Guardian is EU supporting centre right, liberal and a Lib Lem supporter (the austerity monsters). The Guardian has spent the past three years relentlessly attacking Jeremy Corbyn on an almost daily basis, if not weekly. The likes of the Guardian and the liberal MSM kept Corbyn out of power in 2017.

    The Wigan pie muncher claims to be a “left wing socialist” when in actual fact she is politically illiterate.

     

     

     

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    #1123740

    Another tale the Wigan pie muncher shared publicy is how she accused her innocent male neighbour (happily married) of ogling her in her shorts, when I pointed out to her he was probably in shock at seeing a lady in her 60s with a fat arse crammed into a tight pair of shorts she has hated me ever since!

    Lol.

    LMAO GEraldine!  You have more bullshite in you than Boris and all the Cons put together lol.

    Until last summer’s heatwave I did not even possess shorts.  Not ones I would be seen in public in lol,@ backgarden sunning only, as for this summer! Well needless to say they quite literally have not even seen the light of day this year lol.  As for him “ogling” me, he does lol!.  He once gave me a Christmas kiss on the cheek in broad daylight around the corner lol. I was not best pleased I can tell you!
    :-( :negative:   :wacko:

    #1123742

    I don’t know why your all arguing about this

    brexiteers are gonna think brexit was the right choice

    remainers are gonna think remain was

    the only thing that’s changed is the 15 to 17  who were denied there choice can now vote and we all know which demographic they fall into

    #1123744

    Ge

    More porkies from the Wigan pie muncher, she also accused her “window cleaner” of inapropriate ‘ogling’ when she went out in a scimpy dressing gown to flirt with him (her words). There appears to be a pattern emerging here, online and offline, the Wigan pie muncher consistantly makes false accusations of inapropropiate behavior by men.

     

    Now off you toddle darling and go to the tax dodging, Oxbridge educated centre right liberal Guardian for all your sources.

     

     

     

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