janefs wrote:dgeorgea wrote:
So even when we are/trying to be considerate we are a bunch of moaners?
On reading your post, in your case yes, IMO. Read my comment; I did not make a generalised observation. As your carefully explained caring and considerate attitude didn't appear to extend to finding a source of stubbis, here's one.
Re the issue (no pun intended) of dog mess, you are unfortunate in suffering from such unpleasant neighbours.
deek wrote:scamp wrote:Come on, smoking on the street means nothing more than a passing unpleasant smell - one amongst many in our densely populated city.
So...as a non-smoker myself, you'd have no objection to me pis*ing in your drinking water. Surely, nothing more than a passing unpleasant smell.
Bloggie wrote:oh yes, it's the non-smokers getting personal istn;t it. Like hell! it has nothing to do with being a smoker or a non-smoker, it is a hugely selfish act by some smokers who do not have any respect for their fellow planet (dwellers).
I cannot wait until the democratic (in theory) next laws come out that force people to show more respect! to others.
'respecting' a smoker's choice to smoke my arse! stop smoking in my face or I'll set fire to your socks and see if you like it.
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