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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34640 on: August 17, 2022, 11:10:07 pm »
The huge price hike at Costa coffee.
I've only ever had hot chocolate from there but it was repulsive. Can tell they really water it down then add a few splashes of milk to it.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34641 on: August 18, 2022, 02:54:42 pm »
Bosses who push, push, push.

Just had to threaten two of mine. They know we are up the wall and always add that bit extra. Had my toolbox in my hand and was on my way to my car. It shouldnt have to come to that but I guess its the way of the world now. In the end I told them I dont speak tory and to leave me alone. Fuckers.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34642 on: August 18, 2022, 03:06:20 pm »
The local chippie being bought over and - inevitably - rapidly going downhill. Had a fish supper last night and fish was dry and the batter like cardboard.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34643 on: August 18, 2022, 05:56:40 pm »
Employers (NHS in particular) making you fill out a long application form instead of just accepting a CV and letter like most places.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34644 on: August 18, 2022, 06:23:26 pm »
Youtube Reaction videos. I don't understand why people are so interested in seeing other people, that they don't know, reacting to their favourite films, music albums or whatever. It can be fun and interesting to see the reaction of a close friend or family member to those things, but the fuck do I care what some dead-eyed dumb frivolous c*nt thinks about it? And the levels of narcissism involved to actually make those videos, jeez. Here's half an hour of ME reacting to YOUR favourite thing, please subscribe. Fuck off!

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34645 on: August 19, 2022, 02:09:54 am »
Dyson air blade hand dryers, put your hand in and all they do is blow all the moisture all over you.
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34646 on: August 19, 2022, 08:15:49 am »
recently switched broadband from BT to Sky to discover Sky have put a content blocker thing on my internet. Fucking gobshites.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34647 on: August 19, 2022, 08:21:23 am »
recently switched broadband from BT to Sky to discover Sky have put a content blocker thing on my internet. Fucking gobshites.



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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34648 on: August 19, 2022, 08:26:12 am »


Wanker  :wanker

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34649 on: August 19, 2022, 08:38:40 am »
The local chippie being bought over and - inevitably - rapidly going downhill. Had a fish supper last night and fish was dry and the batter like cardboard.

Is it just me, or have they put their prices up as well? Just a chippy delivered the other day and it was near £15 when it used to be £12 recently.
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34650 on: August 19, 2022, 09:01:56 am »
Is it just me, or have they put their prices up as well? Just a chippy delivered the other day and it was near £15 when it used to be £12 recently.

I noticed mine had a new menu on the wall the other day with higher prices - Presumably the whole inflation/Brexit thing...
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34651 on: August 19, 2022, 01:20:44 pm »
Youtube Reaction videos. I don't understand why people are so interested in seeing other people, that they don't know, reacting to their favourite films, music albums or whatever. It can be fun and interesting to see the reaction of a close friend or family member to those things, but the fuck do I care what some dead-eyed dumb frivolous c*nt thinks about it? And the levels of narcissism involved to actually make those videos, jeez. Here's half an hour of ME reacting to YOUR favourite thing, please subscribe. Fuck off!

Christ yes. If I see one on my YT homepage then it immediately gets the "Don't recommend this channel" treatment. You sometimes get a clutch of them when a new trailer for something like Star Wars appears (probably see a few about this new GoT show). And they always make those stupid 'shocked' faces for the thumbnail!
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« Reply #34652 on: August 19, 2022, 07:57:34 pm »
recently switched broadband from BT to Sky to discover Sky have put a content blocker thing on my internet. Fucking gobshites.

That's shit. I know my parents have the same thing and I usually bypass it with a VPN if that helps.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34653 on: August 19, 2022, 08:17:10 pm »
recently switched broadband from BT to Sky to discover Sky have put a content blocker thing on my internet. Fucking gobshites.

You should be able to turn it off on the router. Is it not the case that providers have to put it on by default for new customers?

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34654 on: August 21, 2022, 09:05:19 am »
I know there are a lot of driving posts in here (fair few from me to be honest). Itís just the general idiocy of people who also are adamant theyíre in the right, for example:

- Merge in Turn. People who merge hundreds of yards before the merge point and then donít let anyone else ďpush inĒ.
- Speed Limits. People who are driving well below 70 yet pull out into Lane 3 on a motorway.
- Middle Lane Wankers.

And my all time favourite, the one thatís nearly caused me to crash several times - the speed cameras on the Widnes side of the new Mersey Gateway. Itís a 70mph road, yet for some reason people feel the need to slam on down to 60 (or sometimes 50) for the camera. In both lanes, too.

It honestly astounds me daily how some people get by without crashing.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34655 on: August 21, 2022, 02:14:14 pm »
- Middle Lane Wankers.
sounds a bit dangerous.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34656 on: August 21, 2022, 02:16:36 pm »
sounds a bit dangerous.

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« Reply #34657 on: August 21, 2022, 02:29:01 pm »
On the YouTube reaction vidsÖ

I have found myself watching more and more of them. I love seeing people react to songs. There is a reaction video - a guy, not sure of his job, who primarily loves hip hop and rap - of him listening to Taylor Swiftís folklore for the first time and I am not exaggerating when I say I have watched it over two  dozen times. The journey of him knowing Taylor Swift for her mainstream pop hits and everything that goes with that, to him being visibly shocked and impressed, crying at one stage and by the end declaring it one of the best albums he had heard that year is such a high for me. The girl who ďonly sings songs about breaking up with people in a euphoric, sickly pop formatĒ announcing herself in someoneís world as an incredible songwriter, flanked by some incredible production is just so nice to watch for me. There are quite a few other reaction videos like that but that one gets me. Here is the link if anyone wants to see what I mean.

https://youtu.be/HBGBzKCTnaU

There is also a really young guy in America who has a channel where he reacts to songs he has never heard before. Really classic songs, but he never had the exposure. A lot are British bands/people like Rick Astley, Queen, Joy Division, Depeche Mode etcÖ. I find it quite wholesome and at times really funny as we often have different opinions here on some of the songs. I think he reacted to YNWA too and became a Liverpool fan off the back of it.

Here he is listening to Bohemian Rhapsody for the first time: https://youtu.be/O-ucmYN7v3o

Also, I do watch some food and drink reaction videos too. I like seeing taste tests and stuff like that - Good Mythical Morning is one I have started to watch a lot of.
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34658 on: August 21, 2022, 02:33:20 pm »
I came into this thread to mention SkyQ initially!

Have had it for over a year now and my god it is shite IMO. I absolutely hate it. The second box isnít used that often and so struggles to connect first time when you turn it on. I donít know how to catch up with live TV when you pause it without having to FF. And so other little changes and features I thought Iíd get used to but it still feels dreadful.

I like the additional space and the fact the boxes are physically small but the rest of it is shite for me.
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34659 on: August 21, 2022, 02:45:06 pm »

That's shit. I know my parents have the same thing and I usually bypass it with a VPN if that helps.

I know what a VPN is, but its a bit beyond my Luddite capabilities to use one

You should be able to turn it off on the router. Is it not the case that providers have to put it on by default for new customers?

How mate?

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34660 on: August 21, 2022, 03:46:25 pm »
@Ciara, knew it'd be Jayvee :D

I watch a lot of his 80s reactions. Also AfterWorkReactions for British sitcoms and Father Ted. Like a lot of things, for every decent reactor (for lack of a better word) there are a hundred knobends who scream and shout and play it up for the camera.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34661 on: August 21, 2022, 03:48:52 pm »
I came into this thread to mention SkyQ initially!

Have had it for over a year now and my god it is shite IMO. I absolutely hate it. The second box isnít used that often and so struggles to connect first time when you turn it on. I donít know how to catch up with live TV when you pause it without having to FF. And so other little changes and features I thought Iíd get used to but it still feels dreadful.

I like the additional space and the fact the boxes are physically small but the rest of it is shite for me.

I know thereís a thread for it but thatís interesting. Had been looking at it (have a VERY old Sky box), are there other options without getting Sky Q?

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« Reply #34662 on: August 21, 2022, 03:51:06 pm »
@Ciara, knew it'd be Jayvee :D

I watch a lot of his 80s reactions. Also AfterWorkTV for British sitcoms and Father Ted. Like a lot of things, for every decent reactor (for lack of a better word) there are a hundred knobends who scream and shout and play it up for the camera.


Yo, itís your boy JayVee :D

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« Reply #34663 on: August 21, 2022, 03:54:49 pm »
I know thereís a thread for it but thatís interesting. Had been looking at it (have a VERY old Sky box), are there other options without getting Sky Q?

I would be keen to see that thread too? My Husband thinks itís terrible too. I didnít know if we were in the minority or not.

I like some of the features - having Netflix, Prime, Disney, Apple within the system (so one remote), more storage and obviously itís more interactive that the old system but I just find it clunky.
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« Reply #34664 on: August 21, 2022, 04:01:27 pm »
I came into this thread to mention SkyQ initially!

Have had it for over a year now and my god it is shite IMO. I absolutely hate it. The second box isnít used that often and so struggles to connect first time when you turn it on. I donít know how to catch up with live TV when you pause it without having to FF. And so other little changes and features I thought Iíd get used to but it still feels dreadful.

I like the additional space and the fact the boxes are physically small but the rest of it is shite for me.

Weve just had it.  We can only have 3 boxes working at one time, it goes into hibernation between 04.45 - 07:00.  The pause rewind function is shite, 

The interface is crap.

Its rubbish.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34665 on: August 21, 2022, 04:18:04 pm »
I would be keen to see that thread too? My Husband thinks itís terrible too. I didnít know if we were in the minority or not.

I like some of the features - having Netflix, Prime, Disney, Apple within the system (so one remote), more storage and obviously itís more interactive that the old system but I just find it clunky.

Fill your boots.

https://www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=199108.0

Our setup is so old we canít get Netflix and the other paid stuff on the downstairs tv which is a bit shite. More down to me being a charlatan I think.

Not sure if I trust our current wifi which is also provided by Sky but thatís another gripe.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34666 on: August 21, 2022, 04:28:56 pm »
I came into this thread to mention SkyQ initially!

Have had it for over a year now and my god it is shite IMO. I absolutely hate it. The second box isnít used that often and so struggles to connect first time when you turn it on. I donít know how to catch up with live TV when you pause it without having to FF. And so other little changes and features I thought Iíd get used to but it still feels dreadful.

I like the additional space and the fact the boxes are physically small but the rest of it is shite for me.

Don't you just press the Sky (logo) button and it goes back to live?

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« Reply #34667 on: August 21, 2022, 04:39:47 pm »
Fill your boots.

https://www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=199108.0

Our setup is so old we canít get Netflix and the other paid stuff on the downstairs tv which is a bit shite. More down to me being a charlatan I think.

Not sure if I trust our current wifi which is also provided by Sky but thatís another gripe.

Careful with them,  loads of censorship. Weve got the minimum 149 Mbps and its sufficient

Sky Q - its cheaper our bill went from £120 to £95 a month
more storage for downloads and recorded stuff

all in all an inferior product due to it being ran through the internet.


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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34668 on: August 21, 2022, 04:51:53 pm »
Don't you just press the Sky (logo) button and it goes back to live?

When I do that, it just goes to main menu. :/
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« Reply #34669 on: August 21, 2022, 04:52:30 pm »
Fill your boots.

https://www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=199108.0

Our setup is so old we canít get Netflix and the other paid stuff on the downstairs tv which is a bit shite. More down to me being a charlatan I think.

Not sure if I trust our current wifi which is also provided by Sky but thatís another gripe.

Maybe a Firestick is what you need if you donít want to make the change yet?
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34670 on: August 21, 2022, 08:42:21 pm »
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« Reply #34671 on: August 21, 2022, 08:47:20 pm »
I know what a VPN is, but its a bit beyond my Luddite capabilities to use one

How mate?

Here you go - https://usave.co.uk/broadband/guides/how-do-i-turn-off-sky-broadband-shield/

It's not done directly on your router actually, you do it from your online Sky account.

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« Reply #34672 on: August 21, 2022, 09:17:42 pm »
Here you go - https://usave.co.uk/broadband/guides/how-do-i-turn-off-sky-broadband-shield/

It's not done directly on your router actually, you do it from your online Sky account.

My Mum and Sister moved in with me during lockdown. 
Mum whats the sky login details?
Dunno, Why?
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34673 on: August 22, 2022, 12:03:38 am »
On the YouTube reaction vidsÖ
There is also a really young guy in America who has a channel where he reacts to songs he has never heard before. Really classic songs, but he never had the exposure. A lot are British bands/people like Rick Astley, Queen, Joy Division, Depeche Mode etcÖ. I find it quite wholesome and at times really funny as we often have different opinions here on some of the songs. I think he reacted to YNWA too and became a Liverpool fan off the back of it.

Here he is listening to Bohemian Rhapsody for the first time: https://youtu.be/O-ucmYN7v3o

This fella is one of my guilty secrets...
Here he is reacting to "Running up that hill"...

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/eaCVFOtpGdM&amp;ab" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/eaCVFOtpGdM&amp;ab</a>

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« Reply #34674 on: August 22, 2022, 12:35:04 am »
Youtube Reaction videos. I don't understand why people are so interested in seeing other people, that they don't know, reacting to their favourite films, music albums or whatever. It can be fun and interesting to see the reaction of a close friend or family member to those things, but the fuck do I care what some dead-eyed dumb frivolous c*nt thinks about it? And the levels of narcissism involved to actually make those videos, jeez. Here's half an hour of ME reacting to YOUR favourite thing, please subscribe. Fuck off!

Depends. I follow a number of reaction channels avidly, but they've grown organically and moved beyond reactions into other areas - like art, gaming etc. I even help out on a channel now, helping someone produce content. Started following her three years ago when she had less than 600 subs. Now she has over 11k. We record gaming sessions together, have done live streaming, and I help moderate her discord channel. It's been great fun. We even encouraged her to set up a Patreon last year.

The channels that peeve me off are the reaction channels that seem to pop into existence, ready made; with an instagram, fbpage, patreon - hell, some even have only fans - all there from the start on a channel that's less than a year old and has, maybe, a dozen videos on it.

Now yeah, the pandemic hit people hard, and many looked for an outlet, so fair enough. And if someone has decided they want to do this thing as some kind of business, then I suppose you have to engage in multiple platforms. But I feel it's more... manufactured. Like some company has set them up, franchise like - given them the kit, told them what to do, and takes a cut of any money they make. It's extremely artificial.  Like a football club suddenly popping into existence with no history, fan loyalty, but can spend whatever it likes and seems to have loads of people suddenly interested in them.

But I love the channels that have been around for ages and just grown. People who have day jobs, lives, and share what's going on. I live alone, and especially during the pandemic, social isolation could be a big problem.

Watching reactions is fun for me, because I feel I'm watching a show with someone. There's a social element to it for me.
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34675 on: August 22, 2022, 01:24:03 am »
My Mum and Sister moved in with me during lockdown. 
Mum whats the sky login details?
Dunno, Why?
 :-[ Nevermind.

Just tell her the channel the router is on is too busy and you're not getting the maximum benefits from it so you need to log in to change it. Sorted  :wave

Or should that be  :wanker  :D
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34676 on: August 22, 2022, 08:52:12 am »
My Mum and Sister moved in with me during lockdown. 
Mum whats the sky login details?
Dunno, Why?
 :-[ Nevermind. 

I'm pretty sure the log in details are on the router normally. On the little sticker with the router password on.

Come on RAWK, we need to work together to get Kenny his dirty material.
We already have shit in the country, and the game of Liverpool fills life with joy. Thanks

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34677 on: August 22, 2022, 09:00:27 am »
I'm pretty sure the log in details are on the router normally. On the little sticker with the router password on.

Come on RAWK, we need to work together to get Kenny his dirty material.

Iíve gone old school a left a couple of magazines in the undergrowth behind his house.

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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34678 on: August 22, 2022, 10:22:56 am »
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Re: The small things in life that really hannoy.
« Reply #34679 on: August 23, 2022, 12:21:03 am »
Losing to the worst Man Utd team in 30+ years. :butt :butt
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