sanctimonious, posturing git, would you ever just feck off?
I am rather looking forward to Matt telling him exactly that, which seems extremely likely if he thinks he is going to warn Matt off.
yeah, yeah, Matt will say it better than I did, all right, sunshine
Your version seemed perfectly good to me.
Terrible episode. I wanted to smack Adam but at the same time I didn’t believe he would dare tell Lilian how to lead her life. Or that she’d take it from him. Or that she would have to be coaxed to eat. If I had a penny for every time someone says ‘You must eat something’ or words to that effect in The Archers, I would have quite a few pennies. Do people really nag at people to eat in real life? Not in my house they don’t. ‘I’m not hungry’ would meet with ‘Oh, OK’ in response.
Yep - AmEx redivivo. The only glimmer of hope is that Noli Prissyqueen might poison herself terminally.
As long as she doesn’t take Freddy with her. Am alarmed to realise that I have a slightly soft spot for Freddy - the poor little bleeder has such a foul sister and awful mother, and his education has been sadly mismanaged but he is not actively unpleasant, just, well, 17, a condition which will presumably cure itself.
Careful, Gus; you’ll be being forgiving of something said by Ben when he finally speaks, if you’re not careful!
No I won’t. He is the fruit of that $%$@ awful, thick, crass, vulgar, stunted, prurient, smug, blinkered, cowshit-beshatten slatternly woman’s stinking womb and I am quite happy for the sins of the mother to be visited on him hot and often*. The same applies to her other two spawn, it should be superfluous to say, but I would really very much hate there to be any doubt on the issue.
*there are those who might call this hypocrisy. I call it still having some standards, some level below which I will not sink.
Don’t hold back, Gus.
I have a soft spot for Fredders. I really don’t want him to be poisoned by any of the toxic characters around him. If he turns out to have a charmed life in the years to come, I shall cheer from the sidelines.
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I really don’t want him to be poisoned by any of the toxic characters around him
[/quote]How about by the local fungi, Soo dere?
Including the local funguy. If he doesn’t stop chuckling, I shan’t be responsible.
When did you start being reponsible dere? (Off-duty, I mean).
But if you are thinking of staving in the Craig skull, I’ll hold yer coat/ yer cape, my tongue, a packet of wet wipes and a massive great bloody party, if any of those would help at all.
Oooh, I do hope that tonight’s little bit of idiocy comes back to bite the posturing ponce on the arse, hard.
And isn’t Ian quite some class of self-righteous little tool?
I don’t think that I’m homophobic: I just particularly loathe Adam and Ian. Mind you, I don’t really see Matt as likely to be particularly homophobic either, except when it is useful to appear so, like this evening.
It’s all getting terribly silly again, isn’t it? Hyphenate-Ed wanting to go out on an O’Connory ‘high’ note? Bah. Gah. Pah.
Does Matt know about Ian planting Nob? Both partners having a history of assault would surely put paid to this terminally tedious SL?
Not if it was a private surrogacy it wouldn’t necessarily. But if the suddenly all-knowing devious evil Matt (they seem to have him channelling Rob all of a sudden, which is tedious of them) manages to nobble potential surrogates by telling them facts, who knows?
I’m all for a messy and acrimonious Adam/Iam split, though.
Oh, and amongst all the rest of the soapiness, didn’t we just have to get that cliché where someone tries to tell someone something but the other someone keeps interrupting so they don’t manage to say it and then it’s too late. What’s wrong with:
It’s a good thing you didn’t hit him.
Well, I did.
What!! You idiot!
I would have enjoyed a nice row, with finger-pointing about Ian having hit Rob.
Interesting, Rob also said that something about who wears the trousers in their relationship. I think it was on the lines of saying the man in the relationship ought to wear them, implying Ian was not a man. Matt says the reverse, that Ian wears them as well as the pinny. I quite enjoyed that line.
Ian brought it up this evening, Joe, congratulating Adam on not doing as he had done.
Yes - but is Matt aware of it? He’d pretty well disappeared by then, I think.