I am looking forward to the end of facebookers telling me who to vote for and who I SHOULDN'T be voting for etc.
Once we get past the next wave of facebookers going ape shit because their party lost (whoever it is) it'll be much better
I voted and asked had it been busy? The response was much busier than last time.
A fully paid up member of the CRAFT Club
I failed to dive in Antartica
I used to have a handle on life but it broke
It's the ones urging me to "VOTE ********" or "I'm voting *********".
Mostly, I will be voting the other way to everybody I e-know / I'm not imposing my unasked views on other people.
It's almost as rude as ......... queue jumping!
Well, that might be going a bit too far.
FFS. I've only seen one 'funny animal' post ALL DAY!
Last edited by Finless; 08-06-2017 at 04:12 PM.
personally i really struggle with option A, death by pineapple enema or B, large hedgehog. None of the 'manifestos' have a credible calculated costing associated.
Politics now seems less about people of integrity/belief and more like an x-factor style popularity contest, with personal attacks all around. Its actually scary. Still, you cant sit at home and then grumble about the result, so I joined the masses in the "who will do the least damage" gambit
The queue reminded me of this....
Mr B has just been to vote and the man at the polling station said "your wife came in to vote early this morning" .... and I wanted him to think I was playing away