how are you seen by others on BCB?

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks

?

friendly
9
7%
knowledgeable
5
4%
weird
6
5%
bad-tempered
7
6%
intelligent
10
8%
a bully
3
2%
witty
7
6%
a bit thick
1
1%
boring
6
5%
generous
6
5%
a clown
2
2%
great taste
5
4%
terrible taste
5
4%
creative
6
5%
long-winded
8
7%
an inspiration
3
2%
fat
2
2%
bald
1
1%
gobshite
6
5%
old
2
2%
reactionary
2
2%
sexy
4
3%
a kid
2
2%
a Leftie
7
6%
impatient
3
2%
daft
5
4%
 
Total votes: 123

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby hippopotamus » 26 Nov 2017, 18:59

Can I be BCB treacherous or is that too BCB loyal for the likes of me?
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Loki » 26 Nov 2017, 21:05

Fonz wrote:I am...The Fonz



The coolest.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Fonz » 26 Nov 2017, 22:19

Loki wrote:
Fonz wrote:I am...The Fonz



The coolest.

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8-)
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Thang-y » 26 Nov 2017, 22:21

Fonz wrote: 8-)


Not really - that was him on the run up to jumping the shark.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Fonz » 27 Nov 2017, 06:47

Thang-y wrote:
Fonz wrote: 8-)


Not really - that was him on the run up to jumping the shark.


Quite.

Still cool. Everything he did was cool.
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Darkness_Fish » 27 Nov 2017, 09:38

Powerful. Charismatic. Serene.
Like fast-moving clouds casting shadows against a hillside, the melody-loop shuddered with a sense of the sublime, the awful unknowable majesty of the world.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Lord Rother » 27 Nov 2017, 11:51

A bit aloof. Largely irrelevant. Bald.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Lord Rother » 27 Nov 2017, 11:51

Very bald.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby 'OOH YEAH' at Christmas » 27 Nov 2017, 12:21

You’re slightly sexist and have the worst BCB taste of all.

‘Bald’ is the least of your crimes.
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Rayge » 27 Nov 2017, 14:02

Ah, I see the point now. While my earlier post was closer to the way I think, I voted Friendly, Weird, Intelligent, witty, boring, generous, creative, long-winded, old, and a leftie. As to the truth...
Friendly - I don't tend to get arsey with people except when attacked (the cunt Fuery) or when they palpably enjoy it, like you do, John
Weird - I've always been odd/unusual, even as a kid, not out of any contrarianism – my opinions and behaviour seem perfectly sensible to me – it's just the way I'm made. I'm completely untroubled by it these days, in fact my one remaining ambition is to be a minor British eccentric
Intelligent - opinions differ of course, and 47 years of getting smashed on a daily basis probably makes a difference, but I was a child prodigy, and the last time I took a full IQ test (Mensa entrance) I scored 170, more than 3.5 standard deviations above the norm, meaning one in 100,000 or so have a comparable or better score. Doesn't mean I can't be stupid, or anything really, beyond the fact that I can ace IQ tests and puzzles
Witty - on occasions (this not one of them). This was the last of the ten I chose
Boring - I do go on, and can piss people off with over-explaining, which is a tic, and stick to unpopular opinions, which many find boring
Generous - I don't know how many actually think this about me, but the last thing I am is miserly and grasping - with things, money, time and ideas. Sharing is core
Creative - circumspice
Long-winded - as above. I think of it as a virtue
Old - hardly deniable
Leftie - Kill All Tories
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Fonz » 27 Nov 2017, 14:13

Rayge wrote:Ah, I see the point now. While my earlier post was closer to the way I think, I voted Friendly, Weird, Intelligent, witty, boring, generous, creative, long-winded, old, and a leftie. As to the truth...
Friendly - I don't tend to get arsey with people except when attacked (the cunt Fuery) or when they palpably enjoy it, like you do, John
Weird - I've always been odd/unusual, even as a kid, not out of any contrarianism – my opinions and behaviour seem perfectly sensible to me – it's just the way I'm made. I'm completely untroubled by it these days, in fact my one remaining ambition is to be a minor British eccentric
Intelligent - opinions differ of course, and 47 years of getting smashed on a daily basis probably makes a difference, but I was a child prodigy, and the last time I took a full IQ test (Mensa entrance) I scored 170, more than 3.5 standard deviations above the norm, meaning one in 100,000 or so have a comparable or better score. Doesn't mean I can't be stupid, or anything really, beyond the fact that I can ace IQ tests and puzzles
Witty - on occasions (this not one of them). This was the last of the ten I chose
Boring - I do go on, and can piss people off with over-explaining, which is a tic, and stick to unpopular opinions, which many find boring
Generous - I don't know how many actually think this about me, but the last thing I am is miserly and grasping - with things, money, time and ideas. Sharing is core
Creative - circumspice
Long-winded - as above. I think of it as a virtue
Old - hardly deniable
Leftie - Kill All Tories



The ‘kill all Tories’ thing seems a bit ‘Rik’.

Do you not have any friends with any hint of a tight-wing view on any subject? Is it just people who vote Conservative? Or just Tory politicians?

I’ve got friends of all political persuasions, and the idea of wanting to kill folks with opposing political ideas seems a bit ‘Spanish Civil War’ to me. Would you be happy seeing them garrotted, or simply shot in the back of the neck a la The Purges?

You seem quite avuncular otherwise.
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Rayge » 27 Nov 2017, 14:25

Fonz wrote:
The ‘kill all Tories’ thing seems a bit ‘Rik’.

Do you not have any friends with any hint of a tight-wing view on any subject? Is it just people who vote Conservative? Or just Tory politicians?

I’ve got friends of all political persuasions, and the idea of wanting to kill folks with opposing political ideas seems a bit ‘Spanish Civil War’ to me. Would you be happy seeing them garrotted, or simply shot in the back of the neck a la The Purges?

You seem quite avuncular otherwise.


It's a slogan, Fonz. :) I'm not actually in favour of deliberately ending the life of anything or anyone – I'm a gardener who doesn't kill slugs ffs - but I wouldn't waste any tears on them when they die of natural causes, or their body catches up with their already moribund soul.
And to answer your questions.
No, I don't have any friends who espouse Tory views. I regard such a thing as a deal-breaker when it comes to forming friendships.
Not people who vote conservative, necessarily – many are simply deluded rather than self-serving brigandish scum – but party members (including all politicians, naturally) and their philosophy, certainly. I'd rather they saw the error of their ways, but if not, I'd like to see them shuffle off in some kind of appropriate way - choke on their own bile, get crushed by a huge pile of money, or explode through constipation.

And I'm nobody's uncle :evil: :evil:
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby souphound » 27 Nov 2017, 14:51

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Fonz » 27 Nov 2017, 16:21

Rayge wrote:
Fonz wrote:
The ‘kill all Tories’ thing seems a bit ‘Rik’.

Do you not have any friends with any hint of a tight-wing view on any subject? Is it just people who vote Conservative? Or just Tory politicians?

I’ve got friends of all political persuasions, and the idea of wanting to kill folks with opposing political ideas seems a bit ‘Spanish Civil War’ to me. Would you be happy seeing them garrotted, or simply shot in the back of the neck a la The Purges?

You seem quite avuncular otherwise.


It's a slogan, Fonz. :) I'm not actually in favour of deliberately ending the life of anything or anyone – I'm a gardener who doesn't kill slugs ffs - but I wouldn't waste any tears on them when they die of natural causes, or their body catches up with their already moribund soul.
And to answer your questions.
No, I don't have any friends who espouse Tory views. I regard such a thing as a deal-breaker when it comes to forming friendships.
Not people who vote conservative, necessarily – many are simply deluded rather than self-serving brigandish scum – but party members (including all politicians, naturally) and their philosophy, certainly. I'd rather they saw the error of their ways, but if not, I'd like to see them shuffle off in some kind of appropriate way - choke on their own bile, get crushed by a huge pile of money, or explode through constipation.

And I'm nobody's uncle :evil: :evil:


:)
That's fair enough.

I bet you'd be a good uncle though
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Your Friendly Neighbourhood Postman » 27 Nov 2017, 16:22

Where is the "not" option?
On the whole, I'd rather be in Wallenpaupack.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Deebank » 27 Nov 2017, 18:56

Rayge wrote:
Fonz wrote:
The ‘kill all Tories’ thing seems a bit ‘Rik’.

Do you not have any friends with any hint of a tight-wing view on any subject? Is it just people who vote Conservative? Or just Tory politicians?

I’ve got friends of all political persuasions, and the idea of wanting to kill folks with opposing political ideas seems a bit ‘Spanish Civil War’ to me. Would you be happy seeing them garrotted, or simply shot in the back of the neck a la The Purges?

You seem quite avuncular otherwise.


It's a slogan, Fonz. :) I'm not actually in favour of deliberately ending the life of anything or anyone – I'm a gardener who doesn't kill slugs ffs - but I wouldn't waste any tears on them when they die of natural causes, or their body catches up with their already moribund soul.
And to answer your questions.
No, I don't have any friends who espouse Tory views. I regard such a thing as a deal-breaker when it comes to forming friendships.
Not people who vote conservative, necessarily – many are simply deluded rather than self-serving brigandish scum – but party members (including all politicians, naturally) and their philosophy, certainly. I'd rather they saw the error of their ways, but if not, I'd like to see them shuffle off in some kind of appropriate way - choke on their own bile, get crushed by a huge pile of money, or explode through constipation.

And I'm nobody's uncle :evil: :evil:


:lol:

I have family I strongly suspect vote Tory - no-one anyone here knows I hasten to add - and I reckon the ‘deluded’ thing covers them nicely.

I know you weren’t fishing for compliments, but you are faaaaar from being boring Ray!
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Goat Boy » 27 Nov 2017, 19:06

I KNEW IT
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Deebank » 27 Nov 2017, 19:42

Darryl Strawberry wrote:
Deebank wrote:I have family I strongly suspect vote Tory - no-one anyone here knows I hasten to add - and I reckon the ‘deluded’ thing covers them nicely.


You say that but we all know you mean Copehead.



Oh he’s deluded, sure, but not politically.
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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby Toby » 27 Nov 2017, 20:25

Ah good old Lefties, so sure of themselves as always.

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Re: how are you seen by others on BCB?

Postby driftin » 27 Nov 2017, 20:44

Weird, terrible taste, a kid, and possibly a Leftie. More than likely I’m probably not even on most people’s radars.