Council crackdown on Blackburn town centre ‘charity workers’

A ’chugger’  approaches shoppers with his business patter

A ’chugger’ approaches shoppers with his business patter

First published in News Blackburn Citizen: Photograph of the Author by , Local government reporter

COUNCIL chiefs are looking at imposing tough restrictions on ‘aggressive’ charity collectors operating in Blackburn and Darwen town centres.

Borough executive board members are looking to crackdown on ‘chuggers’ on its land and surrounding streets before the festive season after complaints from the public.

They fear so-called ‘charity muggers’ are jeopardising their ambitious plans to revive Blackburn town centre.

The move is in response to claims by Charity Aid, which represents volunteer fundraisers, that paid ‘chuggers’ keep hundreds of pounds themselves and deter giving.

Hyndburn and Burnley councils have already taken similar action.

The Public Fund Raising Association, representing professional collectors, said voluntary codes of practice agreed with councils were the way to deal with any problems.

The crackdown has been welcomed by town centre traders’ bosses.

Blackburn with Darwen regeneration boss Maureen Bateson said: “We are looking at tough restrictions on ‘chuggers’.

“We want to control the number of collections, the number of collectors and the tactics they use.

“Some can be very aggressive.

“We are particularly concerned about asking for people’s bank card details.

“People should not be asked to hand over this personal information. It is an invitation for criminals and fraudsters to operate under the cloak of charity.

“Collectors should provide details of the charity’s bank accounts so they can make their minds up at home to give cash direct to the charity rather than the ‘professional’ fundrasiers.

“We can impose restrictions on council land but there are problems with public highways and elsewhere.

“Borough executive board members are looking at how best to bring in controls and licensing.

“We want it in place before Christmas when people are at their most generous.”

Burnley-based Charity Aid claims the practice puts people off giving money to charities and wants it banned.

Its new report includes responses from dozens of councils who regard chugging as ‘aggressive harassment’ of the public.

Chairman Peter Quinn said: “I am delighted Blackburn with Darwen Council is taking action.

“Chugging is paid professionals stopping people in the street to ask for charity donations.

“Chuggers now siphon off more than the first £100 of a donor’s money – without telling them this.

“I believe they now take over £100m a year from donations intended for charity.

“They’ve brought words like intimidation and hard sell into what used to be a noble calling. Volunteer groups are unanimous in opposing it and some have disbanded in protest.”

Blackburn chamber of trade president Tony Duckworth said: “Shoppers really don’t like chuggers. Aggressive collectors upset them. I welcome this action.”

Mark Smith, chairman of the town’s Business Improvement District, said: “This crackdown is a good idea. Aggressive ‘chugging’ deter shoppers from the town centre.”

A PFRA spokesperson said: "We now work with almost 100 local councils across the UK to ensure that where fundraising takes place it is authorised and accountable.

“When councils work with us it gives them a range of powers, such as controlling where and when a limited number of fundraisers can work. It is a tried and tested model that has seen complaints fall in 70 per cent of local areas."

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9:25am Fri 8 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy.
Tough love is the way ahead.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -14

9:32am Fri 8 Aug 14

kitchener2 says...

Can't trust too many "charities" these days. Corruption why greedy politicians and nations has put paid to giving!
Can't trust too many "charities" these days. Corruption why greedy politicians and nations has put paid to giving! kitchener2
  • Score: 30

9:36am Fri 8 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy.
Tough love is the way ahead.
Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you?

So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it?

I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.[/p][/quote]Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you? So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it? I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot. The Seagull has landed
  • Score: 5

9:39am Fri 8 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

All I want is a sausage roll from Gregg's and get bloody chugged about 4 times before I get one!!!
All I want is a sausage roll from Gregg's and get bloody chugged about 4 times before I get one!!! Bellypork
  • Score: 53

9:54am Fri 8 Aug 14

ladysal says...

The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy.
Tough love is the way ahead.
Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you?

So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it?

I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.
Seagull, you are wasting your breath. He is a troll, pure and simple. Best thing to do is ignore him completely. He won't go away, but it might get boring for him.

Regarding the article, ban the chuggers. I really don't want to be harassed everytime I take two steps towards the town centre. I do give to charity, having gone past stallls quietly sat out of the way, advertising a particular charity. I got to choose whether I wanted to approach them and I know that all the money I choose to give goes to the charity, because the stall in question was staffed by volunteers from that charity. As the article says, these chuggers just wind people up and make most less likely to donate. Either that, or people are intimidated into giving more than they can afford.
[quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.[/p][/quote]Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you? So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it? I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.[/p][/quote]Seagull, you are wasting your breath. He is a troll, pure and simple. Best thing to do is ignore him completely. He won't go away, but it might get boring for him. Regarding the article, ban the chuggers. I really don't want to be harassed everytime I take two steps towards the town centre. I do give to charity, having gone past stallls quietly sat out of the way, advertising a particular charity. I got to choose whether I wanted to approach them and I know that all the money I choose to give goes to the charity, because the stall in question was staffed by volunteers from that charity. As the article says, these chuggers just wind people up and make most less likely to donate. Either that, or people are intimidated into giving more than they can afford. ladysal
  • Score: 3

10:30am Fri 8 Aug 14

woolywords says...

Isn't the town centre now entirely covered by a CCTV system, that was installed on the premise that it was for public safety?
If this is the case, why isn't it possible to spot these individuals are, within a few minutes of them setting foot in the area and then cautioning them about their actions or moving them on..
...
Failing that, and since these people are 'self-employed traders', why not send round the people from Trading Standards, to become guinea pigs, to test out what their actual approach is?
...
The sad fact of the matter here is that, out there, are some really genuinely needy people, whom are prepared to have a go at making an income for themselves, by selling the Big Issue magazine.
This is where they purchase it out of their own pocket, selling it on and keeping any of the profits they make.
Any changes made to local byelaw has to take these few into account, when making sweeping rules to rid us of the many.
...
The only way forwards, is to compile a list of approved and accredited vendors, that may trade in certain areas of the town, on a fixed pitch. This would make enforcement action by the local authority easier and clearer to all.
In effect, any person from an organisation whom uses 'chugger' methods, would see their right to trade, both individually and collectively, being withdrawn.
...
Personally, I've absolutely no problems with people selling things like boot laces, lighters or anything else, on the streets, as I feel it adds a certain quirky character to the town. Not to mention the street musicians, like that Pan Pipe band, that used to come here every Saturday, all the way from South America, he claimed; to play on our streets. It just makes you, smile..
Isn't the town centre now entirely covered by a CCTV system, that was installed on the premise that it was for public safety? If this is the case, why isn't it possible to spot these individuals are, within a few minutes of them setting foot in the area and then cautioning them about their actions or moving them on.. ... Failing that, and since these people are 'self-employed traders', why not send round the people from Trading Standards, to become guinea pigs, to test out what their actual approach is? ... The sad fact of the matter here is that, out there, are some really genuinely needy people, whom are prepared to have a go at making an income for themselves, by selling the Big Issue magazine. This is where they purchase it out of their own pocket, selling it on and keeping any of the profits they make. Any changes made to local byelaw has to take these few into account, when making sweeping rules to rid us of the many. ... The only way forwards, is to compile a list of approved and accredited vendors, that may trade in certain areas of the town, on a fixed pitch. This would make enforcement action by the local authority easier and clearer to all. In effect, any person from an organisation whom uses 'chugger' methods, would see their right to trade, both individually and collectively, being withdrawn. ... Personally, I've absolutely no problems with people selling things like boot laces, lighters or anything else, on the streets, as I feel it adds a certain quirky character to the town. Not to mention the street musicians, like that Pan Pipe band, that used to come here every Saturday, all the way from South America, he claimed; to play on our streets. It just makes you, smile.. woolywords
  • Score: 18

10:46am Fri 8 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy.
Tough love is the way ahead.
Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you?

So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it?

I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.
Oooh touchy are we.
[quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.[/p][/quote]Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you? So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it? I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.[/p][/quote]Oooh touchy are we. 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: 4

10:58am Fri 8 Aug 14

shytalk says...

These will be the charity workers who are part of the workfare programme and are forced to be aggressive charity workers so they don't get their benefits sanctioned.. All hoping to get taken on full time on zero hours contracts for the minimum wage as aggressive charity workers. The more aggressive they are then the better their performance figures will be, and the managers and supervisors of the charity companies can show continuous improvement figures on their key performance indicators,.
No wonder no one wants to go near Blackburn lol.
These will be the charity workers who are part of the workfare programme and are forced to be aggressive charity workers so they don't get their benefits sanctioned.. All hoping to get taken on full time on zero hours contracts for the minimum wage as aggressive charity workers. The more aggressive they are then the better their performance figures will be, and the managers and supervisors of the charity companies can show continuous improvement figures on their key performance indicators,. No wonder no one wants to go near Blackburn lol. shytalk
  • Score: 8

11:11am Fri 8 Aug 14

painterman1060 says...

Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Just do what I do walk on and ignore painterman1060
  • Score: 25

11:24am Fri 8 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
[quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-) 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -4

11:47am Fri 8 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

It's the same in Burnley. The entrance / exit to Tesco, Charter walk, outside McDonalds. Virgin have actually set up camp there. I rarely venture into town these days, they are a bloody nuisance.
It's the same in Burnley. The entrance / exit to Tesco, Charter walk, outside McDonalds. Virgin have actually set up camp there. I rarely venture into town these days, they are a bloody nuisance. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 18

12:20pm Fri 8 Aug 14

HelmshoreMan2010 says...

They get one polite 'no thanks' from me and then if they continue they get the finger and a couple of questionable words. I will give every one of them the chance to see I don't want to be disturbed in a polite manner before resorting to being as rude as they are.
They get one polite 'no thanks' from me and then if they continue they get the finger and a couple of questionable words. I will give every one of them the chance to see I don't want to be disturbed in a polite manner before resorting to being as rude as they are. HelmshoreMan2010
  • Score: 21

12:35pm Fri 8 Aug 14

woolywords says...

I've taken to wearing a bag over my head...with two eyes holes in it.
As my previous scary look, that involved a ski mask and sawed-off,
was scaring the wrong people, for all the wrong reasons...
...
I'm off to Gt Harwood, for a few of those industrial strength lagers..
to make my head wobble!
Have a good weekend, all!
I've taken to wearing a bag over my head...with two eyes holes in it. As my previous scary look, that involved a ski mask and sawed-off, was scaring the wrong people, for all the wrong reasons... ... I'm off to Gt Harwood, for a few of those industrial strength lagers.. to make my head wobble! Have a good weekend, all! woolywords
  • Score: 8

12:53pm Fri 8 Aug 14

greenscreener says...

Bellypork wrote:
All I want is a sausage roll from Gregg's and get bloody chugged about 4 times before I get one!!!
A few less sausage rolls and you might be able to outrun them porky :-)
[quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: All I want is a sausage roll from Gregg's and get bloody chugged about 4 times before I get one!!![/p][/quote]A few less sausage rolls and you might be able to outrun them porky :-) greenscreener
  • Score: 11

1:14pm Fri 8 Aug 14

Cindylouise2013 says...

Its annoying when your in town on your lunch hour from work and you get approached even though they arent suppose to approach people who have work badges on and then to top it off, you get home and there at your bloody door!

Ima ll for charity but if I wanted to give to one I would do it off my own accord.
Its annoying when your in town on your lunch hour from work and you get approached even though they arent suppose to approach people who have work badges on and then to top it off, you get home and there at your bloody door! Ima ll for charity but if I wanted to give to one I would do it off my own accord. Cindylouise2013
  • Score: 18

1:36pm Fri 8 Aug 14

Positive_Is_Compulsory says...

ladysal wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy.
Tough love is the way ahead.
Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you?

So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it?

I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.
Seagull, you are wasting your breath. He is a troll, pure and simple. Best thing to do is ignore him completely. He won't go away, but it might get boring for him.

Regarding the article, ban the chuggers. I really don't want to be harassed everytime I take two steps towards the town centre. I do give to charity, having gone past stallls quietly sat out of the way, advertising a particular charity. I got to choose whether I wanted to approach them and I know that all the money I choose to give goes to the charity, because the stall in question was staffed by volunteers from that charity. As the article says, these chuggers just wind people up and make most less likely to donate. Either that, or people are intimidated into giving more than they can afford.
Never feed a troll, their mouth gets bigger.
[quote][p][bold]ladysal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.[/p][/quote]Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you? So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it? I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.[/p][/quote]Seagull, you are wasting your breath. He is a troll, pure and simple. Best thing to do is ignore him completely. He won't go away, but it might get boring for him. Regarding the article, ban the chuggers. I really don't want to be harassed everytime I take two steps towards the town centre. I do give to charity, having gone past stallls quietly sat out of the way, advertising a particular charity. I got to choose whether I wanted to approach them and I know that all the money I choose to give goes to the charity, because the stall in question was staffed by volunteers from that charity. As the article says, these chuggers just wind people up and make most less likely to donate. Either that, or people are intimidated into giving more than they can afford.[/p][/quote]Never feed a troll, their mouth gets bigger. Positive_Is_Compulsory
  • Score: 9

2:49pm Fri 8 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy.
Tough love is the way ahead.
Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you?

So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it?

I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.
Oooh touchy are we.
Feral child. And a thick one at that. WEEK?

....PMSL
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.[/p][/quote]Week people??? You really are a F***ing idiot aren't you? So cancer reaserch encourages people to be lazy and greedy does it? I repeat.....you really are a f***ing idiot.[/p][/quote]Oooh touchy are we.[/p][/quote]Feral child. And a thick one at that. WEEK? ....PMSL The Seagull has landed
  • Score: -3

2:54pm Fri 8 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant. The Seagull has landed
  • Score: 3

4:22pm Fri 8 Aug 14

the beaver says...

There was a panorama programme on these a couple of years ago they take your first years direct debit donation as commission. And after that they take a percentage for admin all charity bosses are the highest paid chairman in this country. You only have to donate 4% to the cause to be a legal charity. Most donations get lost in wages and expenses. The best careers going are charity based if you are hard faced enough to pick up a fat salary. The police have the power to stop them but for some reason they leave them to it.
There was a panorama programme on these a couple of years ago they take your first years direct debit donation as commission. And after that they take a percentage for admin all charity bosses are the highest paid chairman in this country. You only have to donate 4% to the cause to be a legal charity. Most donations get lost in wages and expenses. The best careers going are charity based if you are hard faced enough to pick up a fat salary. The police have the power to stop them but for some reason they leave them to it. the beaver
  • Score: 7

4:50pm Fri 8 Aug 14

Bellypork says...

greenscreener wrote:
Bellypork wrote:
All I want is a sausage roll from Gregg's and get bloody chugged about 4 times before I get one!!!
A few less sausage rolls and you might be able to outrun them porky :-)
Oink oink.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bellypork[/bold] wrote: All I want is a sausage roll from Gregg's and get bloody chugged about 4 times before I get one!!![/p][/quote]A few less sausage rolls and you might be able to outrun them porky :-)[/p][/quote]Oink oink. Bellypork
  • Score: 6

5:02pm Fri 8 Aug 14

Pittss says...

Why, when I walk through the Blackburn Mall, am I accosted by Adopt A Dog, Care For A Cat, Welcome A Whale, Pity A Panda and numerous other silly alleged charities? Week in week out the Mall let them in, why? I am sick of them and it really annoys me when I see someone taken in by their persistent crap. Ban the lot of them for ever.
Why, when I walk through the Blackburn Mall, am I accosted by Adopt A Dog, Care For A Cat, Welcome A Whale, Pity A Panda and numerous other silly alleged charities? Week in week out the Mall let them in, why? I am sick of them and it really annoys me when I see someone taken in by their persistent crap. Ban the lot of them for ever. Pittss
  • Score: 10

5:40pm Fri 8 Aug 14

Reality50 says...

Ban the Muslim Palestine Gaza ones too.
Ban the Muslim Palestine Gaza ones too. Reality50
  • Score: 1

7:02pm Fri 8 Aug 14

phil kernot says...

Some of these charity's the people at the top are on over £100000 a year , can' work out now why these chuggers are out begging now to pay there wages ,,, just google it before you put a thumbs down :)
Some of these charity's the people at the top are on over £100000 a year , can' work out now why these chuggers are out begging now to pay there wages ,,, just google it before you put a thumbs down :) phil kernot
  • Score: 6

7:12pm Fri 8 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
[quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then. 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -9

7:26pm Fri 8 Aug 14

freddibnahsflatcap says...

If I want to give to charity, i will do it privately and direct to a charity. These "charity" workers are on a wage, esp from the well known charities. How much money do the people who actually need it get? It's all a con.
If I want to give to charity, i will do it privately and direct to a charity. These "charity" workers are on a wage, esp from the well known charities. How much money do the people who actually need it get? It's all a con. freddibnahsflatcap
  • Score: 10

7:42pm Fri 8 Aug 14

woolywords says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
Sadly, according to DVLA, that plate does not exist, and was never issued within the last 30 plus years, on transfer either.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]Sadly, according to DVLA, that plate does not exist, and was never issued within the last 30 plus years, on transfer either. woolywords
  • Score: 5

9:28pm Fri 8 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

woolywords wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
Sadly, according to DVLA, that plate does not exist, and was never issued within the last 30 plus years, on transfer either.
I will still be there see you then big man.
[quote][p][bold]woolywords[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]Sadly, according to DVLA, that plate does not exist, and was never issued within the last 30 plus years, on transfer either.[/p][/quote]I will still be there see you then big man. 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -3

9:39pm Fri 8 Aug 14

HelmshoreMan2010 says...

While in my above post I have already said I don't agree with 'chuggers' I have noticed a few people mention wages of high up and even lower people working for charities.

I have worked as a paid manager for a well known charity shop, it was my job to try and manage unpaid workers. That's workers who don't need an excuse to take a day off, workers that come in just for a cuppa and a chat and workers who when you pull them up for a problem they just go to the shop next door for a chat and cuppa.

It takes a skilled worker to manage this and make a shop earn some real money (for the charity) and your not going to find a skilled worker like that for free. If a profit organisation can hire paid workers to earn more than their own wage and make money for the company why can't a non profit organisation.
While in my above post I have already said I don't agree with 'chuggers' I have noticed a few people mention wages of high up and even lower people working for charities. I have worked as a paid manager for a well known charity shop, it was my job to try and manage unpaid workers. That's workers who don't need an excuse to take a day off, workers that come in just for a cuppa and a chat and workers who when you pull them up for a problem they just go to the shop next door for a chat and cuppa. It takes a skilled worker to manage this and make a shop earn some real money (for the charity) and your not going to find a skilled worker like that for free. If a profit organisation can hire paid workers to earn more than their own wage and make money for the company why can't a non profit organisation. HelmshoreMan2010
  • Score: 9

11:03pm Fri 8 Aug 14

greenscreener says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
woolywords wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
Sadly, according to DVLA, that plate does not exist, and was never issued within the last 30 plus years, on transfer either.
I will still be there see you then big man.
In the Reliant Robin registered as 245 P ?
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]woolywords[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]Sadly, according to DVLA, that plate does not exist, and was never issued within the last 30 plus years, on transfer either.[/p][/quote]I will still be there see you then big man.[/p][/quote]In the Reliant Robin registered as 245 P ? greenscreener
  • Score: 4

3:19am Sat 9 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!! The Seagull has landed
  • Score: 2

6:21am Sat 9 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
[quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you. 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -1

7:30am Sat 9 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.

Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.
Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths.
I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you.[/p][/quote]CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak. Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths. I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello. The Seagull has landed
  • Score: 3

7:31am Sat 9 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.

Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.
Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths.
I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you.[/p][/quote]CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak. Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths. I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello. The Seagull has landed
  • Score: 2

9:52am Sat 9 Aug 14

Reasons says...

How about the bucket guys on Whalley range !!
How about the bucket guys on Whalley range !! Reasons
  • Score: -1

10:27am Sat 9 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.

Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.
Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths.
I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.
That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that.

Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post
[quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you.[/p][/quote]CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak. Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths. I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.[/p][/quote]That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that. Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -4

11:22am Sat 9 Aug 14

freddibnahsflatcap says...

Charity shops are just as bad. A lot of the time they are more expensive than buying the same thing new. I like to call of am the joke shop as where they get their prices from I do no know. I was in a charity shop the other day and they had a Queen VHS for 9.99!!!!!!
Charity shops are just as bad. A lot of the time they are more expensive than buying the same thing new. I like to call of am the joke shop as where they get their prices from I do no know. I was in a charity shop the other day and they had a Queen VHS for 9.99!!!!!! freddibnahsflatcap
  • Score: 3

4:10pm Sat 9 Aug 14

The Seagull has landed says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.

Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.
Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths.
I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.
That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that.

Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post
Ha ha ha, brilliant, YOU taking the moral high ground! That's just made my weekend.

The great LT vile troll finally rattled.
I guess having a go at the terminally Ill was a step too far even for you. It's obviously pricked your dirty little conscience and rightly so. You have not one shred of moral fibre in your sorry little body.
Consider yourself totally 100% owned sunshine.
Now jog on and troll elsewhere.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you.[/p][/quote]CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak. Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths. I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.[/p][/quote]That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that. Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha, brilliant, YOU taking the moral high ground! That's just made my weekend. The great LT vile troll finally rattled. I guess having a go at the terminally Ill was a step too far even for you. It's obviously pricked your dirty little conscience and rightly so. You have not one shred of moral fibre in your sorry little body. Consider yourself totally 100% owned sunshine. Now jog on and troll elsewhere. The Seagull has landed
  • Score: 3

4:46pm Sat 9 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.

Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.
Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths.
I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.
That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that.

Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post
Ha ha ha, brilliant, YOU taking the moral high ground! That's just made my weekend.

The great LT vile troll finally rattled.
I guess having a go at the terminally Ill was a step too far even for you. It's obviously pricked your dirty little conscience and rightly so. You have not one shred of moral fibre in your sorry little body.
Consider yourself totally 100% owned sunshine.
Now jog on and troll elsewhere.
You wish
[quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you.[/p][/quote]CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak. Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths. I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.[/p][/quote]That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that. Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha, brilliant, YOU taking the moral high ground! That's just made my weekend. The great LT vile troll finally rattled. I guess having a go at the terminally Ill was a step too far even for you. It's obviously pricked your dirty little conscience and rightly so. You have not one shred of moral fibre in your sorry little body. Consider yourself totally 100% owned sunshine. Now jog on and troll elsewhere.[/p][/quote]You wish 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -5

8:49pm Sat 9 Aug 14

freddibnahsflatcap says...

my favourite is the guy in Blackburn who comes up to you and says "Have you got a sense of humour mate?"
my favourite is the guy in Blackburn who comes up to you and says "Have you got a sense of humour mate?" freddibnahsflatcap
  • Score: 2

7:59pm Sun 10 Aug 14

Can we take a step back says...

Easy enough to solve, all collectors MUST apply to the council for a badge so that they can be checked out.
PCSO's/Police or security guards make regular patrols and unlicensed ones are moved on or arrested.
Simples
Easy enough to solve, all collectors MUST apply to the council for a badge so that they can be checked out. PCSO's/Police or security guards make regular patrols and unlicensed ones are moved on or arrested. Simples Can we take a step back
  • Score: 1

8:44am Mon 11 Aug 14

ladysal says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
The Seagull has landed wrote:
2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
painterman1060 wrote:
Just do what I do walk on and ignore
Another way that usually works.
Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy.
They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason.


:-)
Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious.
I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag.
Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action!

.........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.
Okay then I frequent Blackburn.
Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes.
I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.
No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens.
It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"!
Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!!
Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context.

Looking forward to seeing you.
CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead.

Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.
Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths.
I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.
That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that.

Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post
"General speaking formula" - in the majority of people's definitions, that means applies to every example of a particular item: in this case charities. You are either general and mean ALL charities or your are specific and identify the ones you are talking about. You can't have it both ways. The expression "hoist by your own petard" applies here I believe.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Seagull has landed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]painterman1060[/bold] wrote: Just do what I do walk on and ignore[/p][/quote]Another way that usually works. Look around make sure no one can see then crack them square on the jaw driven from your shoulder so you are getting the full weight combined with the energy. They then tend to leave you alone for the rest if the day, for some reason. :-)[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha. The purpose of being a troll is to wind people up but your last comment is just plain hilarious. I'd love to see you try that one. You wouldn't be able to punch your way out of a wet paper bag. Please tell me which town you frequent and I will happily sign up to be a charity collector there just so I can see you in action! .........ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Brilliant.[/p][/quote]Okay then I frequent Blackburn. Tomorrow I will be going to town to get some new clothes. I will be parking on the mall car park at 13.45 I will be in a merc sports registered no 245 PRA. I will see you there then.[/p][/quote]No you won't be doing any of that because tramps don't buy new clothes and drive cars, they live in shop doorways and go to soup kitchens. It baffles me that you even have Internet access. What other lies are you going to make up today Walter the waster? The man who thinks cancer sufferers are lazy and "WEEK"! Just on the off chance I'll be there though. Bring your wallet you peasant I'm going to chug the Sh1t out of you!!!![/p][/quote]Just to set the record straight. I have NEVER said that cancer sufferers are lazy and weak.. You have taken that out of context. Looking forward to seeing you.[/p][/quote]CHARITY encourages week people to be weaker, lazy people to be lazier and greedy people to be more greedy. Tough love is the way ahead. Macmillan, Marie Curie are cancer charities, your vile post as quoted above states charity encourages lazy people to be lazier. Therefore by your formula cancer sufferers are lazy and weak. Don't try and back pedal now you degenerate crotch sniffer, you've sunk to new depths. I'll be the chugger collecting for Cancer charity. Don't forget to come over and say hello.[/p][/quote]That conclusion is what you have come to all by yourself you have used my formula and twisted it. My formula is general speaking formula. At no point did I say anything about cancer sufferers, YOU did that. Apologies expected now from you are I will report your post[/p][/quote]"General speaking formula" - in the majority of people's definitions, that means applies to every example of a particular item: in this case charities. You are either general and mean ALL charities or your are specific and identify the ones you are talking about. You can't have it both ways. The expression "hoist by your own petard" applies here I believe. ladysal
  • Score: 2

1:31pm Mon 11 Aug 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

You can think what you like . My conscience is clear.
You can think what you like . My conscience is clear. 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -1

9:23am Tue 12 Aug 14

ladysal says...

2 for 5p ridesagain wrote:
You can think what you like . My conscience is clear.
You mean you have one of those? I thought your entire purpose was to wind people up. I just find it amusing when you shoot your mouth off and then have no comeback, so you retreat back into your shell....
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p ridesagain[/bold] wrote: You can think what you like . My conscience is clear.[/p][/quote]You mean you have one of those? I thought your entire purpose was to wind people up. I just find it amusing when you shoot your mouth off and then have no comeback, so you retreat back into your shell.... ladysal
  • Score: 2

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